The first step to curing the 2013 strain of cabin fever is to leave your house. The second step is to head to a Wisconsin B&B Association member inn and, lo and behold, we’ve got real cabin B&Bs to choose from. In Wisconsin, inns come in all shapes and sizes, which makes finding a unique place to stay a happy endeavor. You have your Victorian mansions, contemporary urban inns, working farms, and cabins. Yes, there are 18 member B&Bs whose architecture is true cabin, from the rough hewn logs to the big front porch to the roaring fire in the fireplace, like Grapevine Log Cabins B&B in Sparta and Tauschek’s B&B Log Home in Plymouth. There are also inns that have cabins, with Justin Trails B&B Resort in Sparta a fine example of that. And inns with the cousin to the cabin – the cottage – like Thorp House Inn & Cottages in Fish Creek.
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It’s about this time every year when we all start feeling a little squirrely. The walls seem to close in and we cringe every time the words “snow” and “cold” show up in the forecast yet again. So is there a cure for the proverbial cabin fever? Strangely enough, the answer may lie in staying at a cabin-style B&B in Wisconsin. Just the act of getting out of the house, exploring someplace new, sleeping under a plump down comforter and waking up to a gourmet breakfast prepared by someone other than yourself may be all the antidote you need to feel yourself again. May we suggest these B&Bs that either are actual cabins or deliver a cabin ambiance: Grapevine Log Cabins in Sparta; Tauschek’s Log Home in Plymouth; Inn at Lonesome Hollow in Soldiers Grove; Justin Trails in Sparta; Lazy Cloud B&B in Lake Geneva; and Bowman’s Oak Hill B&B in Wisconsin Dells.