St. Croix Valley Inn is your destination for unparalleled river views. The Inn is a historic building built in 1908, originally a private residence known as the Stoneleigh, constructed with hand-quarried limestone. It was converted into a Hotel in the 1980’s and then a Bed and Breakfast in 2003. It features eight distinctive guest suites. The Inn is perched on a bluff overlooking the beautiful St. Croix River. The panoramic river views are spectacular. Please stay with us, relax and enjoy the views!
Everyday we serve a choice of a hot breakfast or a seasonal gluten-free yogurt parfait, along with fresh coffee and juice. Keurig is available at all times for decaf coffee, tea and ciders. Breakfast is brought out on a tray (room service $10) at a time of your choosing between 8:20 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
St. Croix Valley Inn is a perfect location for that special occasion or celebration, or if you just want to enjoy the warm ambiance of a Historic Hotel. The beauty of the river valley will not disappoint. Enjoy the area hiking, waterfalls, canoeing, kayaking, golfing or ride the local paddle boat, train or bowling in town! Nearby are two local Ski and Snowboard areas along with several cross country ski trails for Winter Fun.
Our beautiful dining room overlooking the St. Croix River is available for rental as well as our Suites. The Inn is perfect for private events including small Weddings, Bridal or Baby showers, family gatherings or corporate meetings. The entire Inn is also available for rental. Please call or email for availability.
The Inn is located in charming Osceola in the St. Croix River Valley on the Wisconsin/Minnesota border less than 40 miles northeast of the major metropolitan area of Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Walkable (only 0.2 miles) to downtown Osceola to enjoy the ice cream shop, coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, retail and antique stores. The downtown overlooks beautiful Cascade and Geiger waterfalls. You can hike the trail system to the river and around town. The Inn is within 10 miles of St. Croix Falls and Taylors Falls. Both towns have beautiful State Parks with trails along the St. Croix River and each their own downtown areas.