It’s a county, a peninsula, and one of the state’s most popular tourism spots. If you’ve never been to Door County, then let’s rectify that right now. Along with sand dunes, sailing, arts and culture, it’s also home to more B&Bs than any other county in Wisconsin. Think of it as the Cape Cod of the Midwest.
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Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you should close the door on a Door County getaway. Quite the contrary! The tranquility, easy pace, serene scenery, good food, artful finds and, of course, the largest concentration of B&Bs in the state should tempt you this time of year. Here’s a wonderful story from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on the best winter attributes of Door County, with some well-earned accolades for White Gull Inn and Thorp House Inn and Cottages.
Travel + Leisure Magazine has just come out with its list of America’s 10 best inns for fall color, and our very own White Gull Inn in Door County made the list! It won’t be long before the state’s summer landscape palette of myriad shades of green morphs into a more colorful palette of reds, golds and yellows, making it a pretty wonderful time of year for a Wisconsin B&B getaway. By the way, a perennially favorite color combo in Wisconsin will always be green and gold (Packers kick off the NFL season tonight), so think about a pilgrimage to Green Bay to visit Lambeau Field. Green Bay-area B&Bs will be happy to host you.