This was our first time staying at an inn and it was the perfect experience. The house is pristine--> it is kept so clean and neat. It is also very green-->areas to recycle. We stayed in the downstairs bedroom which was large and had beautiful décor and a small TV. You can hear sounds from upstairs and some street noise, but not nearly as much as I would have expected as it is on the main road. Breakfast was included and is self-serve, which was nice to have before we had to leave early in the morning. There was a decent selection of coffee, tea, OJ, milk, granola, oatmeal, pastries, and fruit to choose from. Anne, the inn keeper, was very nice and we took her recommendation for dinner and ate at the Boat House which was also very good. Overall I would recommend it to friends and family. It's a quiet and small town, but enjoyed our stay before we took our train in the morning the Chicago.
My husband and I enjoyed an overnight in Winona recently to watch the eagles along the river valley. We stayed at the Village House Inn which is a lovely, renovated turn-of-the-century brick farmhouse with lots of history. Our room was clean and comfortable as were the common areas. The kitchen included a Keurig coffee maker and locally sourced breakfast fixings. Breakfast is DIY which was perfect for us since we wanted to be on the move early in the morning. We would highly recommend staying at the Village House Inn next time you're in the Winona area.
My husband and I were very pleased with our stay at the Village House Inn. It was charming, clean and very charming. The "help yourself" continental breakfast with delicious pastries, granola, coffees, juice and yogurt was perfect. Overall, we had a wonderful stay and a restful night's sleep--much better than a hotel stay.
The Village House Inn was such a welcome gift to my young adult daughter and I who were visiting Winona for the first time. I have frequented B&B's on both coasts but have never been as impressed. The Inn was so clean and well appointed. While preserving the historic charm, the décor mixed old and new while also providing complete functionality and many special touches. The mattresses and bedding were wonderful.The owner, Anne, has covered every detail. We also appreciated that we and the other guests had the house to ourselves after our initial welcome and tour. The Village Inn immediately felt like home and, now that my daughter found an apartment, my husband and I will definitely stay at The Village Inn when we visit!
The B&B is nice and tidy. While I would stay there again in a heartbeat, I would caution light sleepers that that US Hwy 14 is a stones throw from the building, so this could impact your sleep. The continental breakfast was good, and did the trick, but if you're looking for hot food, this is not the place for you.