Posts Tagged ‘Midwest Living Magazine’

See Which B&Bs Garnered “Best of the Midwest”

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

The editors of Midwest Living have just released their annual “Best of the Midwest” issue and we offer hearty congratulations to these highly deserving member B&Bs:

Where to eat in Bayfield: Rittenhouse Inn. The editors called it one of their all-time favorites with wraparound porch and luxe rooms.

Where to stay in Door County: Door County Lighthouse Inn, Eagle Harbor Inn and White Gull Inn all made the list!

Top kid-friendly stops in Wisconsin: Rainbow Ridge Farms B&Bin La Crosse, thanks to what the editors call a “go-ahead-and-get-dirty-attitude.”

Rainbow Ridge Farms B&B in Onalaska is very kid-friendly!! In every sense of the term!

See Which Wisconsin Inns Made Top 30 List in Midwest Living Magazine

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

We just received word from Midwest Living Magazine that four of our member B&Bs are included in their list of the region’s 30 Best Bed & Breakfast Destinations. The magazine’s writers spent more than a year researching B&Bs, staying at inns all over the Midwest. The inns were secretly graded on decor, the owner’s approach to hospitality, quality of the room amenities with private baths a requirement, quality and presentation of the homemade breakfast, and general atmosphere. So, in the words of Midwest Living writers, we congratulate these inns who represent the best of the best in B&B travel:

McCormick House Inn in Hayward, WI – At this 1887 Victorian, patrons enjoy pillow-top mattresses, Egyptian cotton sheets, preprogrammed iPods, and English-style gardens.

Old Rittenhouse Inn in Bayfield, WI – Stately Queen Anne architecture meets modern amenities at this Inn which overlooks Lake Superior.

Inn at Cedar Crossing in Sturgeon Bay, WI – An on-site bakery churns out locally famous morning buns.

Honeybee Inn Bed and Breakfast in Horicon, WI – Guests of this Victorian come to relax on four-poster feather beds.