Heritage House Bed and Breakfast
Voted the No. 2 Bed & Breakfast in North America
Best to Recommend to Others
402 6th Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN 56301

Innkeepers: Jerry & Deb Middelstadt
Did You Know...
... Heritage House Bed & Breakfast hosts historic tour and tea events for groups up to twenty? Guests tour the main floor living areas as well as the second floor suites and bedrooms while the innkeepers share historical and architectural facts. Tea follows in the dining room where guests are invited to gather around the elegantly set dining table and indulge in the treasured Victorian past time of tea, treats, and good conversation. For more information give us a call.
Wedding at Heritage House Bed and Breakfast

... Heritage House Bed & Breakfast has hosted four to five weddings every year since opening? We have been the location of choice for couples wanting to gather with a small group of friends and family to exchange vows in a uniquely elegant and historic setting. With room for up to 40 wedding guests, Heritage House is the perfect place to celebrate this special event in an intimate setting. Call for details on how we can assist with your special day.
... Heritage House Bed & Breakfast has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982? The house was built for $6,000 to $7,000 in 1903-1904. Of special interest to the National Register are such architectural features as the unique 8 foot diameter leaded glass window in the front parlor, thought to be the only round window of its kind in the region, and its solid granite foundation quarried from local sites. Also significant is the carriage house which was built in 1895 and served as warehouse, barn and carriage house for the original owners, John & Elizabeth Bensen. The brick structure with gambrel (barn) roof lines on all four faces is also believed to be the last of its kind in the upper Midwest.
Ebert & Emma Johnson Anniversary

... The innkeepers of Heritage House Bed & Breakfast have an unexpected tie to the house discovered while researching the home's history. The second family to own the house, Ebert & Emma Johnson, and the innkeepers have an unusual connection that surprised both families. It has become a favorite story to share with our guests and we look forward to telling you!
... Heritage House Bed & Breakfast was a featured site for "Breakfast with KARE" in February of 2004? Kim Insley and crew arrived at 4:00 am to begin a morning of live filming that aired in time for Valentine's Day. It was our first experience with live TV and to say the innkeepers were a bit nervous would be an understatement. However, the pro that she is, Kim made us look good and the entire experience was a lot of fun. KARE 11 showed clips of the entire house filmed previously along with the live portions aired throughout their morning news broadcast.
... Heritage House Bed & Breakfast was the location for filming two documentaries? The first was filmed in a number of locations including Australia, Europe, Israel, and here in St. Cloud, Minnesota. A film crew chose Heritage House as the site to film their interview with a local historian for a feature film that aired on Showtime in the summer of 2000. The second film crew arrived in February of 2004 to set up filming for a documentary that aired on ESPN the summer of 2004. Members of the 1980 Olympic Hockey Team were interviewed at various locations around the country including Heritage House where both John Harrington and Phil Vrchota sat down to talk about their experiences as members of the famous team.