Stones Throw is located about a mile East of downtown Grand Marais on a private road with just three other homes. We're about a half mile from the Gunflint trail and hundreds of miles of world-class trails. 

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612-236-3777

Take the tour

 

Stones Throw was reimagined in 2005 when a local craftsmen spent nearly 2 years converting a sleepy century-old house into a spectacular Northwoods log home. 

 

  • Stunning views

  • Steps away from 100 feet of  Lake Superior shoreline

  • Gas fireplace

  • 2 rooms with Queen beds, 1 room with bunk-beds (bottom is Full and top is Twin)

  • 2 bathrooms (one with walk-in shower, one with tub)

  • Max occupancy is 4 adults (exceptions for families of 5)

  • Down bedding, choice of down or synthetic pillows

  • Bed linens and towels provided

  • Hair dryer provided

  • Heated floor in upstairs bathroom

  • Cookware and serveware provided

  • Satellite TV upstairs with DVD/Blu-ray player

  • TV with DVD/Blu-ray player downstairs

  • Movie library and games

  • Gas grill (propane provided)

  • 2 car detached garage

The perfect setting
 

One of the unique elements of Stones Throw is the property itself.  The 100 feet of shoreline is comprised of granite boulders and lava formations from billions of years ago. On the East side of the property is a staircase that takes you to a private beach.  The walkable beach is shared by only 3 homes and is approximately 150 yards long.  From the peninsula you'll be able to see downtown Grand Marais in the distance (about a mile away).  Enjoy a lakeside fire at the end of the day...of course, the firewood is included.

It's all in the details
 

At Stones Throw the details matter. We want you to enjoy your stay and we've tried to anticipate your needs.  There are 4 adult bikes in the garage, a telescope to get a closer look at the wildlife and ships, a movie library, and games for those rainy days.  Oh, and we include a complimentary s'mores kit for those evening fires. 

Entryway view