Duluth home to the best B&B in U.S.

TripAdvisor is naming the A.G. Thomson House in Duluth the best bed and breakfast in the country. KARE 11 reports the historic B&B was built in 1909 and was named after the second owner of the home. The winners of the 10th annual Travelers Choice Awards were based on customer reviews from around the world.
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TripAdvisor is naming the A.G. Thomson House in Duluth the best bed and breakfast in the country. KARE 11 reports the historic B&B was built in 1909 and was named after the second owner of the home. The winners of the 10th annual Travelers Choice Awards were based on customer reviews from around the world.

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