Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts & Inns
Welcome to WisconsinThere is no denying that cheese is one of the main reasons we all know and love the midwestern state of Wisconsin. And for a good reason. It produces most of the cheese in the U.S.! But, there is so much more. Wisconsin is full of sparkling cities and lakes, as well as dramatic outcroppings and lush green spaces. Its glacier-smoothed landscape and waterways make it a year-round playground for outdoor enthusiasts who love everything from rafting and hiking to hunting and fishing. When planning your trip, be sure to select the best bed and breakfast in Wisconsin to call “home” during your stay. We offer several options that are so endearing, you may want to extend your trip so you can experience them all!
Things to See & DoThe only thing you may associate with Wisconsin more than cheese is the famous football team the Green Bay Packers. The love for this championship team runs deep, and the only way to gain an appreciation for this fervent spirit is to attend one of the regular season games at Lambeau Field. Other top attractions you must see for yourself include the kitchy House on the Rock, as well as the naturally beautiful Devil’s Lake and the Apostle Islands sea caves. A drive that is worth taking is down the Wisconsin Great River Road with over 250 miles of beautiful scenery. Visitors and locals alike always enjoy seeing a glimpse of the incredible views of Lake Superior while in Wisconsin. If you’re interested in arts, history, and culture, you can tour buildings designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, visit one of its many incredible historic sites and museums, or attend an arts or music festival. Depending on the time of year you visit, you can check out the Wisconsin Dells’ many water parks for some wholesome family fun.
Where to Eat & DrinkThe top three things you need to sample during your visit include the trifecta of beer, brats, and cheese. But where do you go? Usinger’s in Milwaukee has the “best bratwurst,” according to USA Today readers; New Glarus Brewing in New Glarus has the best beer, according to Beer Advocate; and L’Etoile restaurant in Madison is recommended for its menu of farm-to-table cheeses by Travel & Leisure readers. Madison’s food scene is not one to pass by with many local chefs teaming up to create some of the best cuisine in the state. Stop by Graze in Madison to get a taste of some of the most incredible dishes in Wisconsin with ingredients sourced from local farms in the area. Your taste buds may have you traipsing across the state to sample the best of the best, but it will be well worth it!
Best Time to VisitWisconsin is billed as having four seasons of fun, and we totally agree. Spring and summer are perfect for fishing, boating, hiking, birding, and paddling. You can expect warmer, humid temperatures during this time which makes it perfect for visiting the Wisconsin Dells and the nearby water parks. Meanwhile, fall and winter are for leaf peeping, football, and extreme sports. The winter months tend to be very snowy and cold, so be sure to bring along appropriate clothing if you plan on making a trip in the winter. No matter what time of year you visit, be sure to find time to sit back, relax, and enjoy your getaway to the Upper Midwest.
Where to stay: Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts & InnsThe Wisconsin bed and breakfast lodging experience is one that appeals to the traveler who is looking for a place that provides comfort and relaxation as well as luxury and attention to detail. We’ll leave deciding the best bed and breakfast in Wisconsin up to you. But we’ve given you a few to peruse for starters. Scroll down to see which Wisconsin inn, boutique hotel or B&B fits your travel personality best. Then check availability and book your favorite room to set the wheels in motion for a memorable trip to Wisconsin.
Fish Creek, WI
Baileys Harbor, WI