Hudson Wilson Mansion
Owner, Tonya Dunn, has been in the food and service industry for 20 years. Her vast experience includes catering and managing a restaurant. In addition, she is involved within the community and you can often find her entered in area marathons.
Hudson Wilson Mansion was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. According to the Rice County Historical Society, Combining a number of architectural styles in vogue at the turn of the century, this house is one of the most intact examples of local architect Olof Hanson’s residential design. The Hudson Wilson Mansion Faribault Bed and Breakfast features a steeply pitched roof, asymmetrical window treatments, and a two-story cut away bay. One of the most striking features of the B&B is the wrap around one-story porch. Hanson designed the house for his long time friend, Jonathan Noyes, who served as superintendent of the State School for the Deaf from 1866-1896. The deaf Hanson graduated from the school in 1881.