Are you heading out this holiday season to visit family and friends in Wisconsin? If you feel like too much togetherness is just, well, too much, here’s an alternative: Stay at a Wisconsin B&B. Just call ahead to see what December openings are available. Lots of Wisconsin B&Bs really go all out for the holidays…an added bonus if you love designer decorations and Christmas-y breakfast items, and who doesn’t!
Archive for December, 2009
Curfews at B&Bs, fact or fiction? Fiction! You can stay out as late as you like and, to prove this point, there are inns that wholeheartedly encourage late-night star gazing. Like Sunnyfield Farm B&B in Camp Douglas, located on 160 acres of farmland. And Cooksville Farmhouse Inn, 20 miles from Madison’s city lights with a wonderful view of the night sky, especially in the winter. In the community of Rio, the Mill House Inn, set on 40 country acres, offers prime viewing for shooting stars. And there’s Lindsay House B&B in Manawa, where travelers can take in a beautiful starry view away from the haze of city lights. Owner Judy Trull often jokes with her guests that they need not feel like teenagers who have to rush home before Mom locks the door. So stargaze as late as you like!