Roth House Bed & Breakfast

The Driftless Area of Southwest Wisconsin is a special place. Untouched by the glaciers that turned most of the midsection of America into flatlands and prairies, the Driftless Area features wooded hills, sparkling creeks, and a meandering river called the Kickapoo. Within this special place is a special house, a fine Victorian built in 1896 by one of the area’s leading citizens. And now, this house has been restored and reborn as a bed-and-breakfast—a gracious inn that offers all the charm of the past and all the amenities of the present. The public rooms on the main level of the house offer places to gather for conversation or to enjoy quietly. Perfect in any season is the large sitting room with its fireplace and grand piano. At the front of the house is a cozy parlor, with an overstuffed leather chair and ottoman, couch, and wingback. Just the place for reading, or if you want to acknowledge the current century, watching television. The dining room is a great place for getting to know your innkeepers and fellow guests. The large table is a requirement for the delicious breakfasts served each morning. And you can look out the large window, with its decorative stained-glass crown, toward the banks of the nearby Kickapoo River. Each of the guest rooms in The Roth House has a unique personality, suited not only to the person for which it was named, but also with a mind to the guest who will occupy it. Whether you want an elegant suite or a cozy room, The Roth House has an accommodation that is perfect for you.

Hours of Operation

Open year round.