Looking to escape with your partner? Whether it’s retreating after your wedding, leaving a hectic household, or celebrating a relationship milestone, sometimes you simply need uninterrupted time together to reconnect. These small, secluded cabins are perfect for two.
At Percheron, paradise means absolute privacy. With chalets separated by distance and the elevation of Wisconsin’s Coulee region, you won’t see or hear anyone but your partner and nature. In fact, some of the chalets come with a 4-wheel drive vehicle to get you there.
Each chalet is tastefully designed for couples; you’ll love the two-person whirlpool, two-person shower, and cozy fireplace. No kids or groups are allowed at Percheron, guaranteeing the luxury of peace and quiet.
And to ensure a romantic mood, you’ll receive complementary champagne, wine glasses and a homemade birchwood candle when you arrive.
Schultz’s is a small cabin ideal for couples who want a fun home base in the summer. Located on Dam Lake, the tucked-away cabin boasts private lake access and a sandy shoreline for swimming. Rent a pontoon boat or fish side-by-side from your own pier. The yard is large, with a fire pit to roast s’mores and space to play lawn games. Raise your favorite Wisconsin brew and cheers the good life with your partner.
For a merry day beyond the cabin, tour the nearby Three Lakes Winery.
This secluded Door County fieldstone cottage is all about harmony. The space itself is a converted music studio, as well as a product of its natural surroundings. The beautiful stone walls, timber ceiling, hardwood floors, spiral staircase, cathedral ceiling and two-story fireplace will make you feel like you and your loved one are staying in an enchanted cottage in the woods. Indeed, the Studio is located in a 17-acre woodland refuge.
A short drive brings you to the main resort, where you can use the bikes, boats and beach. Beyond the resort, romantic Door County is waiting, with countless options for fine dining on the water, exploring art and antiques, and seeing live music.
For couples who can’t part with their pup but still want a private setting up north, Hauser’s Bayfield Cabin is an excellent option. The dog-friendly cabin has a wide wrap-around deck, big windows, and a bed you will sink into. Plus, it’s on a quiet road in the woods, perfect for walking your dog and appreciating the natural beauty of northern Wisconsin.
Because Hauser’s is available to rent year-round, you have plenty of options for activities that you and your partner will both enjoy. Hauser’s is near the Apostle Islands sea caves, which you can kayak around in the summer or admire from the trails in the winter. Snowshoes are free at Hauser’s!