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Four Great B&B's With A Theme
Posted on: 4/28/2008
By Mary Bergin
If you’re looking for a good night’s rest in unique surroundings, here are four of the state’s more unusual settings for small hotels and bed and breakfast inns.
Justin Trails Bed & Breakfast Resort
Hike or play disc golf on the two 18-hole courses on this former dairy farm’s hilly 213 acres. Visitors also can pamper the resident llamas and Siberian huskies, or enjoy the Elroy-Sparta state bike trail. (800) 488-4521.
Thunder Valley Inn
Scandinavian heritage and hospitality fill this quiet 130-year-old farmstead, just minutes from all the action of the Dells. Lively fiddle music accompanies hearty threshing dinner shows. Open seasonally. (877) 254-4145.
Kinni Creek Lodge and Outfitters
Learn fly fishing at this two-story log cabin on Main Street, near downtown and next to the Kinnickinnic River, known for its trout fishing. A spa, riding stables and Crystal Cave are nearby. (877) 504-9705.
Norman General Store Bed & Breakfast and Quilt Shop
Check out quilting supplies, exhibits and classes at the 1870s store, attached to the antique-rich Czech inn. The sandy shores of Lake Michigan are among area attractions. (920) 388-4580.
Mary Bergin is a freelance writer based in Madison. Content produced in cooperation with Wisconsin Trails, www.Wisconsintrails.com. For a complimentary copy of Wisconsin Trails magazine, please e-mail email@example.com.
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