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Help with sleeper house

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Hoping someone could lead me in right direction. My mother-in-law wants to send her husband and son to a resort with a nice sleeper house for a couple of nights. She doesn't have a date in mind yet, but would probably be mid-Jan. Pretty open. Looking for a deluxe sleeper for 2 people, with indoor biff, oven/stove as a minimum. Tv/dvd player, some sort of water supply and generator would be a plus. Price doesn't seem to be an issue. Not looking for a cabin/dayhouse combo. Hoping other FM'ers or resort owners could give me some options. Thanks in advance.

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really dont want a house with a biff in it.most places have them right next to the house outside.and as for running water in it.gotta bring your own water.at zipple bat they have really nice houses.and a shower you can use back at the resort.but they dont have tv,s not sure if any 1 else has tv,s in there sleeper

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Been to Zippel Bay before...it's fine if you have a group of guys that don't care about sitting on a 5-gallon bucket to take a crap, although that's no treat either when it's -20 outside. I had a great time up there! My father in law is kind of a sissy when it comes to roughing it like that. Anyway, the reason I ask is because my wife and I are staying on URL for a couple nights. There is electric generator, indoor biff, ceiling fan, 4 gallons running water, tv, etc. Wondering if anyone knows of anyone in the Lake of the Woods area or even Rainy Lake area that would offer something like that.

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give Riverbend a call, their link is at the top of the page. Their sleepers are new and very roomy. Have not stayed in one jus poked my head in a couple of them while I was passing by to the day house. they do a good job there for sure. Good luck and hang on. Bill

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