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Beautiful B&B. Room was lovely and clean. Super comfortable mattresss. Wine and cheese served in the early evening and breakfast was very good. Staff was welcoming and kind. Highly recommend for any occasion or for just a romantic or girls weekend get away.
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
This historic inn was a fun place to stay while my mom, my fiancé, and I were visiting family in Cedarburg. We appreciated the option to have a room with multiple beds, and we enjoyed the delicious breakfast. The breakfast is buffet style with small...More
On a recent bicycle trip through Illinois and Wisconsin, we had the great pleasure of staying at this historic inn. The inn is located in the center of town and is amazing. The rooms, although not overly large, are extremely comfortable and clean. The beds...More
I have been booking stays here for 25+ years- still wonderful, reasonable and a beautiful place. The amenities for the price can't be beat and the atmosphere is very relaxing. I love the sauna and all the wonderful walks you can take in the area.
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