We visited Cedarburg for an anniversary weekend and decided to stay here. We had a very small room facing the street, but it was all we needed. Very, very clean and tastefully decorated. Reasonably priced. I liked that they had a good selection of teas and hot chocolate in a basket outside our door. It was a very quiet town and a very quiet inn, again exactly what we needed. The staff was very accomodating as far as helping us select a restaurant for dinner. They had all the menus from the area for us to review and gave some good local advice about where and when to make reservations. There is a place near by where I went for a massage and I highly recommend it. It was called Touch of Heaven and I think her name was Mary? I myself am a massage therapist and can tell you this was one of the best 90 minute massages I've had. The place was a short walk out the back door of the inn. My only complaint about our weekend here is about the breakfast part of the bed and breakfast. It is not a unique problem with this b&b as I have noticed that many bed and breakfasts seem to skimp out on the breakfast part nowadays. It was a continental breakfast consisting of cereals, some pastries, juice, cofee.. it was enough for us to at least have something in our stomachs before heading out the door but some good food would have made our stay complete and more memorable. I'm not talking about a cooked to order breakfast but maybe some type of an egg casserole or something easy like that? I would stay here again though because it is comfortable and and well priced. It's also great that it is right on the main strip. We enjoyed walking right out the door on to the streets of this cute little town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Stagecoach Inn offers 9 comfortable guest rooms furnished with period antiques, private baths, plus a continental breakfast. Three suites feature whirlpools and spacious rooms with queen beds. Located in the heart of historic Cedarburg WI, you will enjoy walking beautiful Washington Avenue to art galleries, antique shops, fine restaurants, parks, wineries, the Cedar Creek Settlement and more. ... more less