My wife and I were looking for a weekend getaway for our anniversary, and came across this B&B that was near the Kohler Food & Wine Experience that we wanted to attend. The Inn is not far from Plymouth, Kohler, or Elkhart Lake, but it is definitely rural with lots of farmland and woods. The grounds are immaculate, and with the fall colors just pulling into the driveway was a nice experience.
The Inn has three rooms upstairs, and I believe one large room downstairs. The entry is right at the foot of the stairs, so you don't have to walk through the common areas or kitchen or anything to get to your room, which we found appealing. The rooms are spacious, and ours had a small balcony so we could have morning coffee outside (although the weather did not cooperate for that). The decor was very nice, and there was a video library available as well as a nice CD collection. Beds were comfortable, and the shower was really nice - we did not use the jacuzzi tub and so can't report on that.
Breakfasts were very good - a nice quiche the first morning and wonderful blueberry French toast the second morning, with breakfast sausages both days. Each breakfast starts with fruit and yogurt, and there are juices, tea, and coffee available as well. Unlike some B&B's, each couple was at a different table, which gave a more restaurant-like feel to it. It also means that you can come down for breakfast anytime between 9 and 10:30 rather than at a set time.
The hosts (Kim and Jean) were very nice, and they put out wine and cheese each afternoon at 5:00 with excellent cookies a little later.
All in all this was a really nice place to stay and I recommend it for any B&B people out there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Victorian farmhouse in a tranquil setting just outside Plymouth, WI. Close to Elkhart Lake, Kohler, Sheboygan's lakefront and Kettle Moraine trails. Each room has either a queen or king size bed, fireplace, private bath and private porch. Most rooms have double whirlpools. Wine, snacks and homemade cookies each evening and a full, hot breakfast every morning. ... more less