In this motel style building we have a variety of rooms, which we have named either after railroad lines or Minnesota fish. On the upper level, the Bullhead room has two separate bedrooms, each with a double bed. In the living room there is a single bunk bed and a café booth. Then, the Crappie and the Grayling rooms have one double bunk bed, one single bunk bed, and a half bathroom. These three rooms share a shower room located in the hallway. Around the corner, the Messabe has three bedrooms, a half bathroom and a café booth. Two of the rooms have a double bunk bed and a single bunk bed. The third room has a double bed with a single upper bunk. The Messabe also shares a large bathroom with a double sink vanity and separate rooms for the toilet and shower with the Northfield and Milwaukee Road rooms. In each of these rooms there are two double bunk beds and two single beds. The room that is attached to the north end of the upper level is the Jewelry Store. (This is where the jewelry store of Mary’s father, Marco, was formerly located.) It has a double-bed bunk bed, full bathroom, and a private entrance.
On the lower level are the Perch, Walleye and Sunfish. These three rooms have the same floor plan as the Crappie and the Grayling. Around the corner, the Soo Line and the Canadian Pacific rooms have the same floor plan as the Northfield and the Milwaukee and they share a bathroom complex. (All of the rooms in the Great Northern are Tier 2, except the Jewelry Store, which is Tier 3.)