White Gull Inn
Established in 1896, White Gull Inn has provided accommodations with character and unforgettable dining to generations of visitors to the Door Peninsula. The antique-decorated rooms, suites and cottages are meticulously maintained and many feature working fireplaces and double whirlpools. Famous for hearty breakfasts, the inn serves three meals a day to guests and the general public. White Gull Inn is famous for their traditional Door County fish boils, served Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from May through October and on Friday evenings the rest of the year.
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