The Fargo Mansion Inn is a Queen Anne Classic structure listed on both the National and State Registers of Historic Places. With its inviting wraparound porch and intricate fretwork, situated on almost a one acre lot, the Inn certainly makes a statement of its own. The Fargo Mansion Inn is perfect for your getaway no matter the reason. A romantic anniversary, a birthday celebration, visiting family, riding the Glacial Drumlin Bike trail, or to just relax and unwind. Located in the city of Lake Mills, just a half-hour from Madison, one hour from Milwaukee, and two hours from Chicago, the Fargo Mansion Inn is conveniently located in Wisconsin's Southern Gateway. Nestled on the shores of Rock Lake, one of the states's cleanest freshwater lakes, the Mansion offers swimming, boating, fishing, skiing or sailing. The city offers shopping, dining and an extensive calendar of year long events.
Welcome to our romantic Sturgeon Bay ~ Door County Wisconsin Victorian Bed and Breakfast inn with 18 inviting guest rooms in four turn of the century neighboring homes furnished in antiques, queen or king size Victorian beds, oversize whirlpool & fireplaces. We invite you to experience our world of gracious elegance, sincere hospitality, and attention to detail and quality in cozy rooms and extravagant suites. Explore Sturgeon Bay, Door County from your luxurious Bed & Breakfast hideaway. Wander garden pathways surrounding and connecting each of the four turn of the century homes that make up the White Lace Inn... When evening comes, climb into a canopied plantation bed, or an ornate Victorian Bed, luxuriously dressed in soft linens, a down comforter, and lots of big pillows... watch the fire in the fireplace weave its relaxing magic... pour a glass of champagne and step into a bubbling whirlpool bath for two as you listen to your favorite CD on the stereo. And please don't miss our home cooked breakfast.
Nestled on North Pinckney Street in downtown Madison, Wisconsin, minutes from Madison’s Capitol Square, lies the city’s most charmed historic site replete with a refined boutique hotel—the Mansion Hill Inn. This hotel, originally crafted by Alexander McDonnell, the builder of Madison’s second capitol building, is etched with elegance and finesse dating back to 1857. A recent restoration by an Old World Craftsman breathed new life into the hotel's ten tasteful guest rooms, exquisite bar and decadent parlor. Much like the serenity of Mansion Hill exists right alongside the hustle and bustle of downtown Madison, the glorious 19th century artistry and design of this historic hotel are complemented by luxurious modern comforts. The Mansion Hill Inn is your home away from home, and your well-being is our primary concern.
Escape to the Washington House Inn, where casual elegance and historic tradition meet. As our guest, discriminating travelers can luxuriate in one of our enchanting, unique rooms. Begin your day with our deluxe continental breakfast, then take a stroll through our historic downtown in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. The Washington House, Cedarburg Wisconsin’s first inn, was founded in 1846 by Conrad Horneffer. Born in Germany in 1815, Horneffer emigrated to the United States in 1836 after learning the saddler’s trade. According to a book written about the city’s history, Horneffer came to Milwaukee in 1843 and fashioned the first leather trunk ever made there. He later settled in Cedarburg, built the Washington House and opened the first harness shop. This three story, cream city brick building operated as an inn until the 1920’. Today's Washington House Inn has been completely updated to provide an oasis of relaxation and pampered comfort as a romantic getaway.
Dreams of Yesteryear Victorian Bed and Breakfast is just a couple of blocks from the banks of the Wisconsin River, and a few minutes stroll from historic downtown Stevens Point, in the heart of Wisconsin. The Queen Anne Victorian house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1901 by J.L. Jensen, it was designed by architect J.H. Jeffers, who is famous for having designed the Wisconsin Exhibit for the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Dreams of Yesteryear B&B has been beautifully restored and each room is decorated with antiques and Victorian style. But guests will enjoy all the modern comforts, including wireless high-speed internet and cable television. No stay is complete without a delicious gourmet breakfast, including such delights as pecan or strawberry-stuffed French Toast, blueberry pancakes, or eggs Benedict among other morning treats.
Experience a rare glimpse of "Ages Past" in this 1898 beautifully restored former Catholic Rectory. Carl and Barbara purchased the rectory in 1996 and painstakingly restored the home to it’s original grandeur. Chandeliers from Belgium and antique furnishing dating back to the 1600’s completed the restoration. A stained glass skylight welcomes the sun to the oak staircase each afternoon. Ages Past Historic Country Inn Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful relaxing get-a-way. We have six elegant Cashton, Wisconsin lodging rooms; all have private baths with claw foot tubs and showers. A lounge for our guests has a selection of both reading and video materials. In your room you will find warm terry robes and comfortable slippers. Our gourmet European Wisconsin restaurant was added in 1997 featuring such delicacies as Duck in fig sauce, Lamb Chops, and Beef Wellington. Snacks and soft drinks are available to our guests. Whether you choose breakfast in bed, in the dining room or on our large front porch, you will never leave hungry.
In the National Register Historic Village of Rural, the Crystal River flows to and fro and through the old swimming hole, then spills over the dam and winds its way under five bridges. Before quietly slipping out of town, it glides past and around more than 14 mid-1800 homes and buildings. Nestled in one of these serpentine loops you’ll find the Crystal River Inn, a premier bed and breakfast of Waupaca, Wisconsin – in an 1853 farmstead setting. Our farmstead exudes country charm on "Rustic Road 23" four miles south of Waupaca in Central WI. We serve fresh vegetables from our garden, harvest local wild fruit and make all our jellies and jams, purchase local food and services. We delight in catering to special diets, particularly gluten free and vegetarian. Come any time of the year and enjoy rest and refreshment of body, mind and spirit!
The Rochester Inn, a historic hotel of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin invites you to experience the charm of a bed and breakfast inn which boasts luxurious two story suites. Located near Sheboygan, Wisconsin as well as Kohler, Wisconsin, this Wisconsin bed and breakfast inn offers private baths, Kohler whirlpools, and in-room breakfast service. We are also happy to serve your in our lobby, or in the garden during the summer months. We invite you to discover historic Sheboygan Falls. This "Main Street" community offers meticulously renovated city blocks, quaint shops, and a selection of restaurants with-in walking distance of the inn. You will enjoy the nostalgic nature of this charming small town. Visit Sheboygan's lake front, stroll the village of Kohler, WI, or golf one of many championship golf courses throughout the area, just a few ideas to complete your special getaway.
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