Hygge is hot right now. It’s a Danish word for cozy, comfortable and content, and it’s showing up in home décor and travel trends. See how some Wisconsin B&Bs are interpreting the simple pleasures of hygge.
If Pinterest is any indication of trends – and it is – hygge is big. How to hygge, you ask? Create a cozy atmosphere, be present in the moment, partake of simple pleasures, slow down, be thankful, embrace harmony, and carve out time and space for friends. Count us in!
For us, this Danish word, pronounced “hue-guh”, really boils down to “contentment.” And here are inns that have been serving up hygge long before it became a thing:
Real tea and coffee: Lindsay House B&B, Manawa
Candles at breakfast: Garden Gate B&B, Sturgeon Bay
Freshly baked pastries: The Livingston Inn, Madison
A sprig or two of fresh flowers from the garden: Red Forest B&B, Two Rivers
Less-is-more home décor: At The Lake House, Lake Geneva
A reading sanctuary: Castle La Crosse B&B, La Crosse
Conversation nooks: 1810 Emerson House B&B, Beloit
Crackling fireplace: Honeybee Inn B&B, Horicon
Hiking path with picnic spots: Lake Orchard Farm Retreat, Sheboygan
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