We have a friend that is a professional and seasoned travel planner. She has her own company is not working through the Corban Manor Inn, you can contact her at www.mytailoredtravels.com her name is Sharron and she has a couple of fantastic trips planned and has a room for a few more people and thought we could pass the information on to you.
This may be the Trip for You!
Trip 1: Ireland: September 12–20, Scotland: September 20-28
Trip 2: Austria: October 7-15, Czech Republic: October 15-22
Join us for complimentary Austrian wine tastings on Fridays in July, as well as Tuesday July 25th Mingle, enjoy a drink, and learn about our upcoming trips!
The State Fair Grounds are just an easy 12 miles away, great to Uber to. When you stay with us you can enjoy our beautiful Victorian neighborhood, walking along the tree covered streets looking at the Beautiful Mansions from a bygone era. We have fabulous restaurants within just a few blocks and fun bars, coffee shops and privately owed shops for you to enhance the enjoyment of your stroll. If you enjoy biking, the area is great for wither a leisurely ride or a more intensive, invigorating one, if you wish.
If you’re looking at St Paul check out the city’s events calendar at VisitStPaul.com. There is always a lot going on, from festivals to events, music, food, theater…a lot.
While you are with us you’ll enjoy our beautiful Historic neighborhood with the longest remaining continuous stretch of Victorians and mansions in the US. Charming, Romantic walks, beautiful shops and fantastic restaurants within just blocks of our home. You’ll love it. The Xcel is an easy 5 block walk.
You’ll fall in love with St Paul!
See the Cat Video Festival at the CHS Baseball Stadium and stay with us at Corban Manor Inn
St Paul is an awesome place for a vacation or even staycation. There is always a lot of things going on. On August 8th at theCHS Field we have the Cat Video Festival.If you love your cat come stay with us and enjoy the Cat Festivalon August 8th.
Our Beautiful Neighborhood is filled with stunning architecture and fabulous people. With a very short stroll you’ll find yourself at wonderful restaurants and shops.
On your stroll you may see artists painting. Artists, like Rosemary whom we found on Maiden Lane, just steps outside our door at the Inn. Maiden Lane used to be an alley, but as the many of the carriage houses are residences now and/or have flats in them the “alley” is a recognized street-Maiden Lane.
Rosemary is taking classes at theDanMackerman Studio and Maiden Lane-with the Cathedral peeking out above the trees-was finding its way onto her canvas.
Coming to St Paul?Check out Visit St Paul for great events. Watch for the great events held at the German Institute, from weddings to fabulous festivals with excellent brats and beer. This year they are hosting our Oktoberfest at the old Schmidt Brewery(September 16th-18th). The German Institute is less than 1 block from the Corban Manor Inn. Ever wanted to learn German? If so you can learn at the German Institute (go figure). We have friends that have been learning and are getting quite proficient at speaking German.
When you stay with us you are able to walk out the door and enjoy a beautiful stroll through one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in America. The architecture and grace of the Victorian Mansions are spellbinding. They are breathtaking examples of amazing proportions. The beautiful gardens and views will make for a wonderful time. Also, the convenience of shops and restaurants make it easy and enjoyable as you spend your day on your time.
When you stay with us at Corban Manor Inn there are many exciting and interesting things to see and do, all within just a few blocks. From fabulous restaurants and bars, breweries and of course the Xcel Energy Center with it’s endless shows to see. When you step out for a walk and take in the fabulous Victorian Mansions with their beautiful architecture you may run across Wally, the Ice cream guy. He’s waiting for you with his smile and his Dream cycles. When was the last time you had a Dreamcycle?