Turn of the Century Lodging and Resorts
Last Updated: 1/20/2015
Want to visit a timeless getaway with your loved ones? The renowned Wisconsin lodges and resorts listed below have been flourishing for the past century and continue to expand alongside their growing customer base. With indulgent amenities that match their grand histories, these resorts offer the perfect combination of tradition and relaxation.
Lake Lawn Resort, situated on the north shore of Delavan Lake, was originally built in 1879 and has had a rich history for the past 130 years. However, the story of Lake Lawn begins far before it was purchased by the Mabie family and used for the winter headquarters of their circus. Once, Lake Delavan had been Lake Waubashawbess, as the beauty that is now Lake Lawn Resort was once home to Native Americans for over six hundred years until a claim was staked by Col. Samuel F. Phoenix near what is now the fourth green on the golf course in 1836. Since then, Lake Lawn Resort has transcended beauty by offering top tier amenities such as a full service spa and over two hundred lakeside acres of stunning land.
Heading to the Northwoods? Escape to the Ross’ Teal Lake Lodge to experience the charm of the old with a taste of the new. Situated on the quiet Teal Lake, this historic lodge with eighteen spacious guest homes will offer the perfect retreat for friends and family. With a stunningly beautiful 18-hole golf course and home-cooked meals, this lake lodge has been wowing visitors since the 1920s.
Looking for the ideal year round vacation spot? Check out Lakewoods Resort on Lake Namakagon! With a full service marina, onsite restaurant and bar, a world-class golf course, and countless other lakeside accommodations, the Lakewoods Resort has been charming visitors for over one hundred years.
In operation since 1892, the Sayner Lodge peacefully sits off the sparkling water of Plum Lake. Froelich’s prides itself on its well-manicured grounds, heated outdoor pool, sandy beach, flower garden, and playground. There are bicycles for your access with numerous bike trails, as well as hiking trails and riding stables. Watch the sunrise and set after you spend the day relaxing on the water’s edge.
Year after year people head to Voss’ Birchwood Lodge, which has been open since 1910. Overlooking the bay of Spider Lake, Voss’ is the gem of Manitowish Waters. With countless amenities including full service breakfast and evening dining, as well as a cocktail lounge and service bar, Voss’ Birchwood Lodge offers the perfect spot for a weekend getaway.
If you find yourself looking for a place to stay in Door County, look no further than the Edgewater Resort. With consistent rave reviews, this cottage getaway offers a stunning view of Lake Michigan. For the past one hundred years, the Edgewater resort has been satisfying their patrons and beckoning a prompt return.This entry was posted in Resorts & Lodges