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My wife and stayed at the Washington Inn for a weekend getaway. We were more than pleasantly surprised and we both agreed that we will be coming back very soon.
After checking in and getting settled we went to the complimentary wine ans cheese reception....More
My wife and I spent two nights at this inn which is in the heart of Cedarburg. Friendly welcome. We had room 218 which has a loft where the large whirlpool tub is. Small bathroom with an even smaller sink outside of the bathroom, but...More
5 star's across the board - room was great, great location in Cedarburg close to shopping, restaurants, coffee shops, etc. Staff was very friendly, the breakfast was outstanding, and the room was very clean! Highly recommend!
We love this place. It is a very old building that still offers the old charm with new amenities. Our current room is two stories. Exposed original wooden frames accent the room beautifully. The service is impeccable and the town is very quaint and romantic....More
Cedarburg Wisconsin is a quaint town north of Milwaukee. Its main street is filled with coffee shots, wine shops, art and craft stores. A river runs through it (literally). Sound idyllic? It pretty much is. There is a B&B to match, making for a potentially...More
Response from bobviking | Reviewed this property |
for some dumb reason, Trip Advisor sent me your question and ask me to answer you. I assume the thing to do is just simply call the Washington House and ask them. Why trip advisor would ask me, someone who stayed there, if... More
for some dumb reason, Trip Advisor sent me your question and ask me to answer you. I assume the thing to do is just simply call the Washington House and ask them. Why trip advisor would ask me, someone who stayed there, if they have meeting rooms, is beyond me and a waste of my time. You aren't wrong to ask, but trip advisor is wasting my time asking questions that are answered by one simple call to the Washington House. Enjoy your stay. Bob