Telemark Lodge One Step Closer to Becoming Year-Round Destination Once Again
HK Hospitality Management, a Florida company with years of experience in hospitality management and hotel ownership, has signed an agreement to buy the 1,000-acre Telemark property in Cable, including its 215-room lodge, cross-country ski trails and a downhill ski hill, according to an article in the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
HK Hospitality says this is the final agreement before closing on the deal, which they expect to be done shortly after the new year. They plan major investments to renovate the property as well as making it a year-round tourist destination.
“HK officials say the amenities will include downhill and cross-country skiing, golf packages, concerts, food and wine events, film festivals, destination weddings, a corporate training and conference center and banquet facility,” according to the Pioneer Press article. “The company also plans to buy an adjacent 500 acres to add golf courses and lake access to the now land-locked property in southern Bayfield County.”
Officials with the company say their renovation and plans will all be in place in time for the 2019 Birkebeiner Ski Race.
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