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Clark House Bed & Breakfast
Victorian Graciousness in "The Garden of Eden". Eugene Clark, a state senator, built the Clark House in 1906. The spacious Victorian home features triple French and pocket doors, turret corners, and a library stocked with over 4000 volumes. The Clark House is part of the Ridge Avenue Historic District, a neighborhood of late 19th century homes and churches. The Mississippi River village of Trempealeau, 6 miles away, features the Great River Bike Trail, Perrot State Park, and Trempealeau Wildlife Refuge. 3 Units. Full Breakfast, Cable TV, AC. Smoke-Free Facility.
Hours of Operation
April 1 - October 30
Dining: Near Clark House Bed & Breakfast