Three Oaks Guest Inn

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Entire residential home hosted by Kara

  1. 7 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Three Oaks Guest Inn was built in 1915. It is a cozy, furnished home with all its original oak woodwork, columns, built-ins & open stairway.

See all 4 of our listings for the whole house or the 3 individual rooms.

Bedrooms & bathroom are upstairs.

The space
Welcome to beautiful Valley City, North Dakota, 'City of Bridges' and Gateway to the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway.
We hope you choose to make us your 'home-away-from-home' during your visit!

Three Oaks Guest Inn was built in 1915. It is a cozy, fully furnished home with all its original oak woodwork, columns, built-ins & open stairway. Choose from 3 comfortable bedrooms.

The nicely decorated dining and living rooms, and fully furnished, modernized kitchen, make it perfect for either large or small groups...quiet family vacations, small meetings, bridal and baby showers, graduation receptions, birthday celebrations, girlfriend/scrap-booking/quilting getaways, family reunions, hunting groups,or any other sort of friendly get-togethers .

Three Oaks Guest Inn is a true 'home-away-from-home', however, like most 100+ year old homes, THE BEDROOMS AND BATHROOM ARE ON THE 2ND FLOOR. Also depending on the season, temperature, and humidity, there may be an occasional squeaky floor or door.

A second stairway goes from the backyard to the basement, where there is an extra kitchen sink, counter space, and laundry facilities. This makes it ideal for hunters.

There is a huge lot for outdoor activities, and several flowerbeds to check out.

We are within an easy walking distance to downtown restaurants & pizza places, the Barnes County Historical Society Museum, churches, parks, hiking trails, and grocery stores, and other shops. Valley City is on the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway and Three Oaks is one block off the North Country Trail.

Relax on the bank of the Sheyenne River and watch the birds, animals, and turtles or light up the fire pit for a memorable evening.
Three Oaks Guest Inn has cable TV, wireless internet, and central air, but bedrooms and the family-style bathroom are all on the 2nd floor, so it is not handicap accessible.

Rent the main floor for a few hours for a meeting or to celebrate a special occasion, or rent the whole house for a night or a more.

Weekly and monthly rates are available for extended stays and vacation rental. Bringing your own towels and linens will get you the best long term rates.

There is a $10 fee per person, per night over 6 people.

Airbnb collects only the 5.5% state sales tax. Local sales and lodging taxes of 5% are due at check-in.

Guests have use of the house and yard, including the outdoor BBQ grill.

What this place offers

Garden view
River view
Waterfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable/satellite
Free washer – In building
Free dryer – In building
Central air conditioning

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4.64 out of 5 stars from 15 reviews

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Where you’ll be

Valley City, North Dakota, United States

Besides being on the river, we love the tall trees, large yards, older houses, friendly neighbors, and the overall peace and quiet of our neighborhood.

Hosted by Kara

  1. Joined in October 2010
  • 67 Reviews
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I am married with 3 grown kids, 5 grandkids, and had 2 furbabies who both passed from very old age in the summer of 2105. We adopted a new fur baby in the spring of 2016 whom we are thoroughly enjoying. I like to read, garden, bake & do crafts. Hubby & I are involved in ham radio, and enjoy woodworking and working on our old houses. My favorite saying is one I learned in high school. "Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans".
I am married with 3 grown kids, 5 grandkids, and had 2 furbabies who both passed from very old age in the summer of 2105. We adopted a new fur baby in the spring of 2016 whom we ar…

During your stay

We try to be there to greet our guests when they arrive, but if for some reason we can't be there in person, we ask them to call when they arrive so I can give them a 'phone tour'.

Depending on the guests, We may only visit long enough to go thru the basics of where things are, or if they have lots of questions or an interest, we can show them around outdoors, talk about the house's history, the guest's and our own families & backgrounds, were to go and what to see in our town, area, or state, or anything between. We can visit for a few minutes to a few hours, and are only a phone call away to answer any other questions.

We live next door, so if there are any questions or problems, just let us know.
We try to be there to greet our guests when they arrive, but if for some reason we can't be there in person, we ask them to call when they arrive so I can give them a 'phone tour'…

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House rules

Self check-in with keypad
No smoking

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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
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