A group of people in a garden at Toll House Bed and Breakfast.

Toll House Bed and Breakfast

About The Inn

Experience Old-World charm at our 1900 Victorian Bed and Breakfast, located 2.2 miles from Lake Michigan. Five minutes from downtown shopping, dining, museums, biking and walking along Mariner's Trail. Private baths with walk in showers, Wi-Fi, and access to relaxing porches. Warm hospitality and lively conversation are promised over a delectable breakfast!

All of our guest rooms have been designed with your comfort in mind. Our rooms include private baths, with walk in showers, comfortable queen beds, and all the modern amenities to fit our travelers needs.

Why is it Called the Toll House Bed & Breakfast?!

Turn back the clock and imagine that the road in front of the home is made from planks. Appropriately called Plank Road, it ran from Manitowoc toward Green Bay, and was one of the last private toll roads in Manitowoc County. A toll gate and house were situated in front of the property. Those passing by on foot paid a toll of 5 cents and horse drawn-wagons paid 10 cents. Polish immigrant Anton Chrapikowski purchased the farm in 1884 and three years later, bought the plank road. He ran the toll road until it became public in 1899. The sophisticated home, built shortly after, became commonly known as the Old Plank Road Toll House. Its history lives on with opening of the Toll House Bed & Breakfast.

2004 Menasha Avenue, Manitowoc, WI, USA, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220