Historic Trempealeau Hotel, The
Enjoy the natural beauty, while savoring a delicious entrée. Home of the famous Walnut Burger. Diverse lodging: economical, cozy EUROPEAN-STYLE ROOMS to step back in time, DOC WEST LUXURY SUITES with an in-room Jacuzzi and gas fireplace, PINES COTTAGE with kitchenette and spacious outdoor deck, KINGFISHER for simple motel-style rooms just footsteps away from the beach.
Hours of Operation
Lodging available year round. Dining: April 1-Oct 31 open daily. Nov 1-Dec 31 open Wed-Sun. Jan-March Restaurant & Saloon open Fri & Sat 4pm-9pm with live and local music on Saturday nights.
Located on the Great River Road on Highway 35. Five miles south from Centerville or 8 miles on HWY K south to HWY 35. Located 16 miles north of La Crosse, WI on Highway 35. Downtown in Historic Trempealeau Village
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