Established in 1896, this white clapboard inn is tucked away in the scenic bayside village of Fish Creek on Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula. Antiques, fireplaces and meticulously restored and exquisitely decorated rooms, suites and cottages provide a warm and romantic atmosphere.
Several suites feature double whirlpool baths. Renowned for award-winning breakfasts, sumptuous lunches and candlelit dinners, the inn is famous for its traditional Door County fish boils, featuring locally caught Lake Michigan whitefish cooked outside over an open fire. With its back to a bluff and its face to the bay of Green Bay, Fish Creek today is a stroll around village with historic buildings housing numerous art galleries, shops and restaurants. A natural harbor filled with majestic yachts in summer separates the village from Peninsula State Park, Wisconsin’s largest and most beautiful park. Within a few minutes of the inn guests will find spectacular sunsets, theater, music festivals, antique stores and every imaginable recreational activity, from golf and fishing to paddle boarding and kayaking.
Inn Amenities: Free Onsite Parking, Gardens on Property, Green Environmentally Friendly, Restaurant On Site, National Historic Registry, Wine/Spirits Available,
Food & Wine
Breakfast at the White Gull means waking up to the aroma of freshly baked coffeecake arising from our bakery. Homemade granola, hash browns and cherry-stuffed French toast are only a few of the selection that helped make the White Gull Inn winner of Good Morning America's Best Breakfast Challenge. A full breakfast is included with every stay. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are open to the public. Our chefs use only the freshest ingredients, sourced locally whenever possible, and prepare each meal carefully to order. Entrees at our quiet candlelight dinners feature fresh "catch of the day" whitefish and other regional specialties. The White Gull is known for its traditional whitefish boils. Picture yourselves on our patio, watching freshly caught Lake Michigan whitefish being cooked over an open bonfire as our Master Boiler explains the history. Inside, enjoy the fish, served with melted butter, red potatoes, coleslaw, fresh baked breads and our cherry pie a la mode for dessert.
Meals Offered: Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner
Restaurant on Premises: Open to the public
Special Diets Accommodated: Vegetarian , Vegan , Gluten Free , Yes
Breakfast Service: Full
Breakfast Seating: Individual Tables
Alcohol Permits: Beer , Wine
Dining Amenities: Complimentary Afternoon Tea/Refreshments , Complimentary Snacks , Complimentary Early Coffee Tea
Rooms & Suites
Accommodations With Character As in many historic inns, our rooms and cottages come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from standard rooms to deluxe suites and cottages. Over the years, we've added to the original antiques and decorated rooms with coordinating prints and fabrics that maintain the warm, turn-of-the-century flavor. However, comfort is strictly up to date, with new mattresses, air-conditioning, fireplaces, modern plumbing and little touches that make your stay as comfortable as can be.
Accommodations: Cottages, Suites
# of Rooms: 17
Beds: Twin, Queen
Room Entertainment: Cable TV, DVD Blu-Ray Players, Video Library
Handicap Accessible: Limited
Room Amenities: Air Conditioning, Alarm Clocks, Antique Furnishing, Fireplace, Hair Dryer, Ironing Boards, Private Deck, Telephones
Internet Service: Wireless, Complimentary
Front Desk/Security: OnSite
Corporate Rates: No
Inn Amenities: Free Onsite Parking, Gardens on Property, Green Environmentally Friendly, Restaurant On Site, National Historic Registry, Wine/Spirits Available
Location Type: Small Town/Village, Coastal
Minimum Stay Required: Weekends
Innkeeper's Pets: No Pets
Smoking Policy: Smoke Free
Family Friendly: Yes
Weddings & Events
Wedding/Events Capacity: 1-19