Bed and Breakfast in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is the ultimate outdoor-lovers paradise with rolling hills, towering  mountains, lakes, rivers, caves, and ample wildlife. When exploring  everything the Badger state has to offer, you’ll need to pick a lodging  hub.  Why not stay at a bed and breakfast in Wisconsin?

Bed and Breakfast in Wisconsin

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You can relax and rejuvenate. The state is home to a diverse array of  B&Bs such as lavish historic mansions or quaint cottages. Your  lodging choices feel limitless for a weekend getaway but remember that the best book quickly so make your reservations early.

Whether you are seeking a romantic getaway spot or family-focused lodging, you’ll find a variety of unique choices. Soak up the history of Madison or spend a couple of days in Door Country the “Cape Cod of the  Midwest’. No matter what time of year you decide to experience your getaway, Lake Geneva promises adventures with a wealth of unique shops, award-winning  dining, and unparallel lakeside beauty. If you’re a history buff, then  why not stay in La Cross beside the mighty Mississippi? Spend an  afternoon picnicking at Friendship Park and you might catch sight of one of the statuesque riverboats departing on its journey.

Check out Bayfield, the ‘Berry Capital of the State’. Don’t miss Wisconsin Dells for family theme park fun. Without a doubt, the state is alive with  colors, tastes and wonders that are sure to intrigue and excite with an  adventure around every bend. Book a bed and breakfast in Wisconsin today!

    Natural Features

  • Wisconsin is remarkably diverse in its beauty. You can explore sea caves or stand  on the cusp of a towering waterfall. The natural wonders of the state  seem endless. Hike, kayak, bike, fish, boat, and bird watch daily

    The Apostle Islands National Seashore is  home to 21 islands. Take a cruise or use your own boat to explore the  various sites. You’ll encounter waterfalls, stunning shorelines, sea  birds, and an intricate cave system.

    The Cave of Mounds is  considered a National Historic Landmark. Even during the height of  summer, it remains a cool 50 degrees Fahrenheit in its depth. The caves  crystal formations are dazzling to behold.

    The Devils Lake State Park is  home to two very unusual natural features in the state: Balance Rock  and Devils Doorway. Both overlook the picturesque lake and afford  numerous picture opportunities.

  • History

  • Wisconsin achieved its statehood on May 29th, 1848. It quickly started to attract  settlers who came to log the forestlands, mine, and embark on dairy  farming. The flourishing mining industry of the time is why the state is  often referred to as the ‘Badger State’. The regional lead miners dug  deep into the hillsides to form housing rather than construct permanent  houses. People who witnessed the unusual housing behavior dubbed the  miners ‘badgers’ and the moniker quickly spread to the state itself.

    Prior  to the Civil War, the state became an integral part of the Underground  Railroad as many in the state worked to help slaves on their journey to  freedom in the far north of Canada. Nowadays, Wisconsin remains a hug for the nation’s dairy industry and it is also well-known as a major cheddar cheese producer – in fact, Wisconsin residents regularly refer to themselves as ‘cheeseheads’.

  • Activities

  • Wisconsin is a big state filled with activities that appeal to young and old  alike. If you are vacationing with your family and have the opportunity  to visit the Wisconsin Dells, then you’ll want to check out the numerous theme parks in the city. The Noah’s Ark Water Park and the Olympus Water and Theme Park are all exciting stops for water enthusiasts, especially during the  summer months. If crowds aren’t your thing then take the time to explore  the countryside around Wisconsin Dells which was carved ions ago by ancient glaciers that cut through the  surrounding hillside to make unique sandstone formations. Take a  leisurely stroll through Mirror Lakes State Park to truly see the unusual beauty of the region.

    Football  lovers will want to spend the day in the city of Green Bay which is  home to the Green Bay Packers. They’ll definitely want to stop at the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and take the time to enjoy a stadium tour of Lambeau Field. Train enthusiasts should check out the National Railroad Museum. To learn about the local history stop in at the Neville Public Museum.

    Who  says you must travel all the way to Europe to enjoy Swiss Charm? New  Glarus is America’s Little Switzerland! With Alpine-inspired  architecture, the small town was incorporated by a Swiss Colony. It  retains its village-like charm and boasts numerous ethnic festivals  throughout the year. Many people enjoy grabbing a meal in New Glarus  because they can enjoy a wide array of Swiss delicacies.

    Appleton is located on Lake Winnebago. The city is perched above the Fox River. It is home to the Hearthstone Historic House Museum which houses many of Thomas Edison’s original light fixtures. You can also tour the Paper Discovery Center which is an authentic paper mill. Another interesting attraction is the History Museum at the Castle which was the home to Harry Houdini. If you want to soak up the beauty of Mother Nature then stop off at the Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve to check out their nature center and walk the trail system.

    No trip to Wisconsin is complete without visiting the city of Milwaukee. Explore one or two of its many famous breweries and learn about the area’s beer history. If you are a Harley lover then the Harley-Davidson Museum is a ‘must-see’. You can also spend a day at the Milwaukee Public Museum which is home to an amazing large-scale European village.

  • Waether

  • Wisconsin is known for its hot and humid summers combined with cold winters.  Although, the state does have seasonal changes and the trees are lovely  in the autumn as the foliage takes on brilliant hues.

    The  northern and western portion of the state can receive snowfall that can  easily reach 160 inches a year. The rest of the state averages a yearly  snowfall of around 40 inches. Interestingly, the cold climate means  that the snow wills stay on the ground for around 140 days each year.

    Rainfall  in the state averages 35 inches and the northwest portion receives the  most significant amount of rain. June is considered the state’s rainy  month. Thunderstorms are intense and occasional tornadoes do occur.  Certain areas of the state are prone to flooding, especially in the  spring and summer months.

  • Things to do

  • Wisconsin is well-known for its many things to do. Spring Green is a small village with a lot to do. Tower Hill State Park is an authentic 1800s shot tower and smelter house that you can tour.  You can even head into the 90-foot tunnel down to the collection pool.  Cedarburg

    The city of Cedarburg is a history  lover’s dream mecca. It is home to over 200 historic buildings, many of  them stunning limestone. Take the time to meander down the main street  to hugely appreciate the architecture.

    Baraboo is another historic town that was home to the Ringling Bros circus. You’ll definitely want to check out the Circus World Museum when visiting the area.

    Lake Geneva has the reputation of being a resort city that sits alongside Geneva  Lake. You’ll see many Gilded Age mansions that dot the lakeside Shore  Path. The area was once home to such notables as Conrad Seipp, a Chicago  area beer magnet. Take the time to explore the Big Foot Beach State Park where you’ll find hiking trails and birding opportunities.

    No trip to Wisconsin is complete without exploring Door County which is an iconic location in the United States. It is home to a picturesque long shoreline and numerous parks. Explore Nicolet Beach or check out Potawatomi State Park. If you are a biking enthusiast, then you’ll love the many bike trails that crisscross the area.

    Many visitors to the state want to take a day to explore Madison, the Wisconsin Capital. Spend a day at the Henry Vilas Zoo or reserve an afternoon to go shopping along State Street.

  • Food and Drink

  • Food and drink are big in the state of Wisconsin.  In fact, some regional favorites stand out as incredibly unique such as  beer brats and cheese curds. The stat has a reputation for being  America’s Dairyland so you will find an assortment of dairy-based foods  such as unique cheeses and frozen treats like whipped custard. Also,  beer is big in the state with numerous microbreweries. The state’s large  German and Irish population is detectable with the many restaurants  that focus on each culture’s particular ethnic foods.

Bed and Breakfast in Wisconsin FAQ

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  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Wisconsin?

    It’s hard to choose the best Wisconsin bed and breakfasts because there are many outstanding lodging choices. If you are looking for a romantic Victorian country beauty then check out the White Lace Inn. It is a lovely bed and breakfast North Wisconsin based located by the shores of Sturgeon Bay. This romantic bed and breakfast in Wisconsin truly stand out with its 18 guest bedrooms decorated in pristine antiques and fireplaces.

    Westphal Mansion is a southern bed and breakfast in Wisconsin.  The Tudor style home sits on a hill overlooking Hartford. It is within  walking distance to unique shops and dining. Without a doubt, the bed and breakfast central Wisconsin gem is sure to become a favorite lodging choice any time you are in the area. It is without a doubt one of the best b&bs for nature lovers.

    Franklin Victorian Bed and Breakfast has been a favorite in Sparta. Many guests have gathered around the dining room to enjoy the kinship but recently the innkeepers announced the closure of the house bed & breakfast on November 1st. However, perhaps soon new owners will take over and reopen the lovely establishment

    If you are looking for a lake view and breakfast Wisconsin lodging choice then check out the Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast. Located on the edge of Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest, you can hike on the nearby trails or enjoy everything  that Lake Michigan has to offer. Be sure to visit the local wineries and  tasting rooms. At the end of a long day, enjoy languishing in one of  the private custom-designed baths or play a game of pickleball on-site at the lighted court.  You'll want to make reservations because this establishment books up well in advance and is a favorite country inn. If necessary, you may have to wait for a cancellation.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a bed and breakfast in Wisconsin?

    The amenities of a bed and breakfast in Wisconsin are truly diverse. At most establishments, you’ll enjoy a morning  gourmet breakfast and daily linens. Many also feature a community hot  tub, private baths,  private hot tub, or soaking tubs to relax in after a long day of  exploring. If you are travelling with FIDO, always check to make sure  the B&B is pet friendly. Also, families often enjoy having a private entrance to avoid disturbing other guests. Virtually all bed and breakfasts feature Wi-Fi so you can stay up-to-date on business and other important computer necessities.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Wisconsin?

    So, you have decided to visit Wisconsin whether for a vacation, a quick getaway, or business/pleasure? You’ll want to consider staying at one of the state’s many B&Bs. You’ll find a wide array of guest rooms to meet your unique state. Romantic getaways are especially nice at the quaint establishments, in fact, elopements  are common as people get caught up in the mood of staying a fairy-tale guest house.

    Many bed & breakfasts are family-friendly with several amenities for young and old alike. The friendly innkeeper of each establishment can offer tips on things to see and do in the region.

    The diversity of B&Bs means that there is something to fit every taste. If you want to stay a Victorian home or something more modern with a whirlpool bath, you’ll find what you are seeking. Also, with the COVID-19 pandemic, most B&Bs are taking extra steps to ensure your safety during your stay.

  • How can I get around Wisconsin?

    Wisconsin is home to eight commercial airports. Many bed and breakfasts offer airport transfers if they are located close to the international airport where you will be flying in. You’ll need to check in advance to see if the service is provided. If not, then you can always  opt to either rent a car or take a taxi or some other rideshare service  such as Uber to get to your lodging, Wisconsin B&B, or one of the many vacation rentals in the areas