Westby, WI, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Westby

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The SpaceA bed & breakfast that combines the right levels of history, comfort, and hospitality. The airy and comforting accommodations of the inn are invitingly decorated with an eye for detail that will pamper you with rest and relaxation. Private baths in all rooms. Full breakfast include in rates. It is a perfect retreat to celebrate an anniversary or birthday, girlfriend's getaway, or enjoy one of our romantic getaway packages. With Westby located only 30 minutes Southeast of La Crosse, you can explore the natural beauty surrounding this area of Southwest Wisconsin in its rolling hills, valleys, state bike and hiking trails, recreational parks, unique rural artisans and shops during the day.
Farmhouse
Excellent
19 reviews
4br Farmhouse
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The SpaceThis beautiful old farmhouse was expanded twenty years ago to add a sun porch and a large living room with windows on three sides. The living room can accommodate all eight guests, for reading, talking, and playing games by the fire. There is also a room with a piano and a ping pong table, a sun porch, and a small reading area off the sun porch where there are also countless games on the shelves for your use. The 10 acre property is bounded by a stream to the south. There are beautiful views of a ridge beyond the stream, and an orchard at the west end. Enjoy dinner outside at the picnic table, or enjoy the afternoon in one of our adirondack chairs, the porch swing or the hammock. The house is on a working biodynamic organic farm - feel free to talk to the farmers, they are proud of what they do! You may even have eaten some of their vegetables if you buy organic produce in Minnesota or Wisconsin! The kitchen is fully functional for cooking for your group. There are four bedrooms - two with queen beds, one with a full size bed, and one with twin bunk beds - and two bathrooms, one with a shower, one with a bath. There is also a queen size futon couch on the first floor that can be folded out to accommodate two additional guests if need be. Guest AccessYou will have access to the whole house. The property is open for your use, except for the farm field, but please do not enter the outbuildings, including the barn and pole barn, except where indicated in our instructions to get firewood and drop off garbage and recycling. Walking the perimeter of the field is a pleasant tour of the east end of the property, especially if you're curious to get a closer look at what's growing. Interaction with GuestsWe do not live locally, but we will be accessible by phone and email, and provide a local contact in case you need more immediate assistance. The NeighborhoodThis property is in the heart of the Driftless region, with its distinctive landscape and thriving Amish community. The house is ten minutes from Westby and its antique stores and great ice cream, and twenty minutes from Viroqua, a center for shopping and dining. Check out the awesome farmer's market in Viroqua on Saturday mornings April through October! We personally are avid cyclists, and this is one of the best areas we've ever been to for cycling. You will encounter amazing routes with great views, hills, and some awesome places to stop for refreshment. This is also a great area for fishing. Consider a day canoeing the Kickapoo River - we'll provide info for canoe rentals - or explore the network of antique stores in the area. And don't forget cross country skiing or hiking in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. All in all, you can't beat this area, and the house provides a welcome place to come back to for relaxation. Getting AroundYou'll need a car in this area, but you can take Amtrak trains to LaCrosse, WI, about 45 minutes away. Other Things to NoteEnjoy our piano, ping pong table, foosball table, barbecue, and hammock, and many nooks and crannies in which to read a good book.
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Interaction with GuestsYour host is Attorney George Wilbur, whose office is downstairs, and his assistant, Dawn. Contact us at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Other Things to NoteQuiet village setting facing Bean Park and close to LaFarge shops, restaurants and pubs. Walk leisurely to Organic Valley HQ, Bergum's Village Grocery, Sisters Place Restaurant, Phil & Deb's Town Tap, Farmers State Bank, the Village Library, a local realtor, two second hand shops, Bean Park, and many other local businesses.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe ranch is the best place to kick back and just be.Actually breathe the clean fresh air and take in the beautiful surroundings we are too busy to see. We are truly blessed naturally, this area is full of ways to experience them, with hiking, biking,canoeing,swimming, fishing, skiing and of course the sight seeing is inspiring to say the least.Just being here is energizing. Guest AccessThe Mielke Way Ranch is 113.5 acres of organic hayfields,pasture and woodlands,all available for you and yours to explore. Nature is abundant here,so get out and take a walk,or for an affordable price Allen can give you a wagon ride or bobsled ride (depending on the weather) pulled by our team of Percherons "Bert and Benny". What an experience that is,going through the woods with the jingle bells! Interaction with GuestsPlease feel free to ask us any questions. Especially Allen,since he has been here the longest and knows the area so well.He can steer you to the best direction for any Amish shop,as he has many of them as his dearest of friends.He also knows where the best burgers in town are and would probably meet you there for just another chance to eat one. The NeighborhoodWe live in a very family friendly area, with a lot of fresh organic produce stands straight off the farm and-when you need a hand your neighbor is always there. Other Things to NoteWe have one bedroom with a double bed and a loft that children love,with two single beds and a full pull out couch that can sleep two. We also have a pack and play for the little ones.
hotel
Poor
66 reviews
25br hotel
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Situated in Westby, this motel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Branches Winery, Snowflake Ski & Golf Club, and Jersey Valley County Park. Fortney Underground Theater and Viroqua Country Club are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIf you have up to 8 people rent just 1 condo for $200/night. If you have 9-16 people rent two of the condos for $400/night. If you have 17 to 26 people rent all 3 condos for $600/night. Guest AccessIf you rent all 3 condos for 2 or more nights you will have free use of Conference Center. Interaction with GuestsOwner will see you at check in and check out and will also be available other days if you have questions. Owner lives one mile from the lodge. The NeighborhoodScandinavian Village surrounded by the Ocooch Mountains near the Kickapoo River Valley recreation area, excellent trout fishing steams, bicycle trails, canoeing, hiking, antique shops, museums. Getting AroundSmall airport 5 miles. Commercial airport in La Crosse 45 miles. Half way between Minneapolis and Chicago just 1 hour off Interstate 94. Other Things to NoteConference Center includes event room that can seat 48 around tables, a commercial kitchen for catering company or guests to use for large group meal prep. Also a "guest suite" that is a private bedroom and bathroom for 1 or 2 people that is located next to event room. Guest suite often used for guest speaker at a conference OR for Grandpa/Grandma at family reunions OR for the leader of a groups of bicyclists or motorcyclists.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceYour stay includes homemade baked goods, homemade jam, farm fresh eggs, local milk & butter, and organic juice. Guest AccessThere's a common relaxation space at the entrance of the property with 3 fire pits, picnic tables, tire swings, hammock, and nearby hiking trails. Your cottage also includes a grill, picnic table, and hammock. Interaction with GuestsWe live onsite in a separate property - and other than checking to see if you have questions and get your desired breakfast delivery time, we'll be doing our own thing while you enjoy your stay! The NeighborhoodClose to yarn shops, state parks/lakes, Amish bakeries, wineries, canoeing/kayaking rental, hunting on property, trout streams, scenic motorcycle routes, Sparta/Elroy bike trail, snowmobile trails, snow-shoeing trails, restaurants, and much more! Other Things to NoteYour cottage has a 'local info' book with restaurants, wineries, area activities to enjoy, local emergency services, and pamphlets with day-trip info. Let us know if you need ideas!
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceYour stay includes homemade baked goods, homemade jam, farm fresh eggs, local milk & butter, and organic juice. Guest AccessThere's a common relaxation space at the entrance of the property with 3 fire pits, picnic tables, tire swings, hammock, and nearby hiking trails. Your cottage also includes a grill, picnic table, and hammock. Interaction with GuestsWe live onsite in a separate property - and other than checking to see if you have questions and get your desired breakfast delivery time, we'll be doing our own thing while you enjoy your stay! The NeighborhoodClose to yarn shops, state parks/lakes, Amish bakeries, wineries, canoeing/kayaking rental, hunting on property, trout streams, scenic motorcycle routes, Sparta/Elroy bike trail, snowmobile trails, snow-shoeing trails, restaurants, and much more! Other Things to NoteYour cottage has a 'local info' book with restaurants, wineries, area activities to enjoy, local emergency services, and pamphlets with day-trip info. Let us know if you need ideas!
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe business of our toilet out of the way, lets get down to all the good points. There is not another inhabited structure that can be seen from the cabin (full disclosure: there is a farmhouse and barn that can be seen from some parts of the land). Full kitchen, including microwave. WIFI that is actually faster than my business class in the big city… who would have thunk that they can do it right out here in BFE?!? (and talk about a show stopper: when live streaming a business meeting with the prairie as a backdrop, a pair of hummingbirds zipping right past between you and the computer!) Air conditioning, as well as wood burning stove. Indoor and outdoor showers (yes, it is well worth it to let it all hang out while taking a shower having a view of one of the most pristine prairies in the state!). Fire ring for campfires, an outdoor hammock chair perfect for reading while keeping an eye out for wildlife on the prairie. A telescope one can use for viewing the planets or the moon depending on the lunar cycle. There is a Weber charcoal grill with a rotisserie collar. And of course, for your pooping pleasure, the composting toilet, which we call the Throne. The land: what can one say about this unique plot of land? This is one of the most beautiful prairies that there is to experience. The berm across the road is a prairie remnant, meaning never tilled, the soil itself is crunchy, it feels completely different from the restored prairie in the valley. From the top of the berm there is stunning views of the valley. The land boasts thirteen distinct ecosystems including a vernal and an oxbow pond, Oak savanna, 220 foot high hills with hardwood forests including a rare stand of hemlock trees. There have been over 130 native prairie plants catalogued on the land. Intersecting the valley is the West Fork of the Kickapoo River, a Class A catch and release fly fishing stream, purportedly, I am informed by the fly fisherman who fish here, has been one of the best in the world. We have fly fisherman from all around the world who travel to the Coulees to test their skills, there are many to choose from in the area for those inclined. We have mating pairs of Bald Eagles, Red Tail Hawks, Belted Kingfishers and American Woodcock (the goofiest looking bird one has ever likely seen. Their brains are upside down, crazy(!), which begs the question: do they think the ground is the sky?). Other frequent visitors include Great Blue Heron, Sandhill Cranes, Wild Turkey, Turkey Vultures, Pheasant, Osprey, Owls assorted waterfowl and many species of raptors. But wait, there are smaller birds too! Cardinals, Baltimore and Orchard Orioles, Rose Breasted Grossbeak, Downy, Hairy and Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Goldfinch, Bluebirds, Barn and Tree Swallows, and Red-winged blackbirds to name a few. There are daily Hummingbird wars. Deer are plentiful, as well as the occasional Coyote, Red Tail Fox, Beaver, Otter and Muskrat. A fisherman told me of sighting a Wolf den a couple of years ago down valley, a mother with three pups. This spring there was a new den in the side of the berm that I believe from its shape was a Badger’s new condo. In the spring the Peeper Frogs at the Oxbow Pond can be downright deafening. The bugs on the prairie are truly so astounding in scope and number that I will not even go into cataloging them here, except to say that I often leave the two lights on the south face of the cabin on from before sunset, then come back to examine the buggies after dark. Interestingly, this being a healthy prairie, there are so many critters that eat mosquitos that there are virtually none… I can boast that I have been bitten by a mosquito only three times in over eighteen years. That is not to say that there are not bugs that will bite, but I have truly never bothered to put bug spray on. Gnats can be a pain, but putting a little dab of real vanilla extract behind your ears keeps them away (there’s your DYI fact for the day). At times there are hundreds of dragonflies hovering over the prairie feeding, they hang out normally by the pond. Lightening Bugs come free of charge for your nightly viewing pleasure. Butterflies and Moths? Forget about it! They are all over! The land is bisected by a sparsely traveled county trunk road, some days there are more Amish clip clopping down the road than cars. Local attractions: The Kickapoo River is twenty minutes away, one of the most beautiful little rivers I have ever canoed. It is the only river in North America, purportedly, to flow north, south, east and west. It boasts stunning undercut forty foot limestone cliffs around every few curves. Visit Amish farms to check out their wares, everything from amazing rugs to maple syrup to free range chickens and Amish bakeries are scattered throughout the coulees. Viroqua is a lovely little city. One might think this a sleepy farm town, but they would most definitely be mistaken. Due to the hippy commune that eventually became Organic Valley (the largest organic farmer’s co-op in the world) and a Waldorf School, Viroqua is an eclectic burg with a crazy mix of farmers, rednecks, the Amish with hippies and new age practitioners to boot. Peppered throughout the Coulees are a surprising number of world class artists and musicians sending their kids to the Waldorf School. Viroqua boasts a fantastic organic grocery store, a consignment co-op store with all sorts of handmade goods and art and a surprising number of new age home businesses such as hot rocks massage and Reiki. There is a local winery that has very good pizza, not so much the wine, in my humble opinion. There are a number of good restaurants, and even old style supper clubs in the area for those inclined to eat out. In the summer and fall vegetable stands are ubiquitous. Days are best spent doing some of the above then retiring for cocktail hour to the Naked Lady Pool on the river, eating appetizers and drinking cocktails, watching the trout rise and the swallows bounce off the water as they feed, keeping an eye out for large avian visitors. As the sun lowers towards the horizon it is BBQ time! Light a bonfire and watch the stars come to life. For the patient it is sometimes clear enough to spot satellites crossing the sky. Often, depending on the dew point (I’m guessing here) a fog will come creeping up from the river, sometimes so thick that one cannot see the prairie just twenty feet away! Have no fear though, it may be totally clear just a half hour later. Ah, what a way to spend a day! Rinse and repeat! Things we have seen on the land: My parents once watched as an Osprey swooped down and grabbed a trout out of the river, then as it rose a Bald Eagle stole the fish from it in mid air. That’s some Nature Channel sh*t there! Once while sitting at the bend in the river having cocktails a Great Blue Heron flew in and started feeding not fifteen feet in front of them. After coming back to the cabin from dinner out they gasped as they drove into the valley, it was glowing with not tens of thousand, but hundreds of thousands of fireflies, the entire valley pulsing in unison with their ethereal glow. I have witnessed frog balls (epic, amazing and sometimes tragic all at once… look it up!) Had an American Woodcock flush not a foot from in front of me from its nest. I knew exactly where it was and came back the next day to photograph it. It was so well camouflaged that I could not find it! I have photographed butterflies that are so drunk on pollen that when they got on a flower that wasn’t as pretty as I would like, I give them a little bump on the butt to get them to go to a better flower right next to it. I have witnessed the fledge flight of a baby Bald Eagle. Once while sitting in the Naked Lady Pool with the water up to just below my nose, a mother Muskrat swam up river to bring some grass to her two little babies. They sat there, not eight feet from me, munching away! I have not only seen but heard meteorites and have seen two blow up right above me. After hearing the small crunch of a leaf being stepped on I turned to see two fawns, born earlier that morning, stagger on their wobbly legs, right up to me and sniff my pant leg. The Milky Way is painted across the sky on new moon evenings and I have sighted Jupiter, Saturn and Mars through the telescope. Once, at three in the morning in the winter there was Aurora Borealis so astounding, whirling to a nodule in the southeast, that I got dressed and drove up to watch them from the ridge. I have had heat lightening blasting so loud and close that it shook my innards. Once there was a forty foot tall fire devil dancing across the prairie, shrieking so loud we had to plug our ears, as we did a prairie burn. Approximately an hour before sunset there is a noticeable change in the fragrance of the prairie, it is as if every flower on the land has exhaled at once! At peak the prairie is a virtual sea of flowers both in the valley and on the berm. I once staked out a yard square space that had 14 different species of flowering plants within its bounds. We have seen these and so many other amazing occurrences here. And you no doubt will see none of these, for this is nature. But the good news is that this amazing place is smack dab in the middle of Mother Nature Central… who knows what she may share with you? We will be renting this gem for only two times this year, for a full week both times. One will be around the traditional peak prairie flower season, the other, peak Autumn color season. This is an estimate based on past year’s experience, not a science, we do our best. I understand that some may look at what we are charging for a week and think it too expensive. In our defense I will say that we are not just renting a cabin, but an experience of communing with nature. This place is magical, and for me at least, is the sanity that allows me to fight the good fight in the big city. For full disclosure: my parents are getting up there in years and maintaining all this prairie (derned hard work, believe me!) is becoming too much for them. 72 of these 76 acres are for sale. It is entirely conceivable that the two renters this year will be the last to ever have an opportunity to tromp over all of this stunning acreage. We are using the proceeds from this rental to finance the sale of the land. Please check the calendar. As a prerequisite of my work, often I must have my phone and sound on my computer turned off… please be patient regarding me replying Be well!!! Michael
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast
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Return to a Simpler Time...to an award winning "Best in the Midwest" bed and breakfast that combines the right levels of history, comfort, and hospitality. Your best-value in local lodging with free breakfast, free wireless internet, guaranteed comfort, private baths,safe and easy accessibility to rooms, free cable and movies. Free trip planner consulting and 18+plus years of experienced hospitality with a personal touch. Here is how this happy guest reviewed their stay; "What a great place to stay! An atmosphere of warmth and coziness that traditional hotels simply can't match. The owner was willing to provide advice as to favorite spots and sites in the area. Unique and personalized travel experience. Historic and decorated very uniquely. Very nice breakfast. Marie was so very nice and helpful." Located 30 minutes from La Crosse explore the Elroy-Sparta bike trail, the Cashton Amish community for an assortment of goods, or shop the towns tucked in the hills and valleys of Southwest Wisconsin.
Other
1br Other
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The SpaceQuiet Setting yet comfortable distance from town. Guest AccessAccess to the areas pictured. If you need access to the kitchen space, we can share. Interaction with GuestsI will be available if needed. The NeighborhoodCountry setting with trip into town a few miles away. Getting AroundYou can travel here by train, car, or fly in nearby. Other Things to NotePan, is a cat. He does not venture in the guest rooms. Very clean environment.
Retreat
Excellent
3 reviews
1br Retreat
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A cozy place to rest, or adventure into town or onto a nature trail. Near Viroqua (5 miles), Kickapoo Reserve (15 miles). On site 3 trails with 8 acres of old woodlands. A outdoor fire pit or indoor wood stove to suit your warming preference. Serene setting for quiet and BEing. Close to and suitable for Fishing, Winter Adventures, Music or Nature Wondering.
Cottage
2br Cottage
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Timber coulee cottage If you’re looking for a peaceful retreat with the finest trout streams right outside your back door, look no further than Vernon County, Wisconsin’s Timber Coulee Cottage. This newly remodeled home with full amenities is nestled among the breathtaking bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley. Dozens of highly rated trout streams flow through the immediate area, including Timber Coulee Creek, which is located just past the fence gate. Enjoy the large screen porch, bright and sunny interiors, and spacious, shady yard with all the conveniences of home in a truly serene setting. Only a short drive to Viroqua, Westby and La Crosse means endless possibilities for recreation, entertainment and relaxation during your stay at Timber Coulee Cottage. Keywords: Country, peaceful, retreat, serene, timber coulee, vernon county, trout fishing
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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Cozy 2 bedroom upper apartment fully furnished. Sleeps 4. Queen bed and 2 twin beds. Full bath with tub & shower. Includes all linens & towels. Washer & dryer. Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher. Off street parking. A few minutes from bike trail, Mt. La Crosse Skiing, Amish Country, 2 local wineries, Snowflake Ski Jump, and Norwegian Syttende Mai Celebration. Shopping, antiques, and maple syrup tours.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
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One bedroom upper apartment fully furnished. Sleeps 2. King size bed. Roll-away available upon request. Full bath with walk-in shower. Includes all linens & towels. Washer & dryer in building.. Fully equipped kitchen. Off street parking. A few minutes from bike trail, Mt. La Crosse Skiing, Amish Country, 2 local wineries, Snowflake Ski Jump, and Norwegian Syttende Mai Celebration. Shopping, antiques, and maple syrup tours
Cabin
2br Cabin
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NEW gorgeous open floor plan barn cabin for rent. Beautiful Kickapoo Valley location with excellent fishing and wildlife right outside your door. A quiet place to relax yet close to many activities for the whole family. Bike Trails, Kickapoo River Canoeing & Kayaking. Spring brings the ephemerals. Wildflowers push their way through the leaves on the forest floor, and with them, the delicacies of spring—morel mushrooms, fiddlehead ferns, and ramps. Hundreds of bird species begin their migration up the Mississippi Flyway and through contiguous forests. Trout fishing begins and turkey hunters prowl the woods. The Driftless Area is known for its trout streams. Class I streams like Timber Coulee that flows from Westby through Coon Valley towards Chaseburg, or the West Fork of the Kickapoo River, flowing through Bloomingdale and Avalanche, have the type of high quality waters to sustain natural populations of brook and brown trout. Road Touring A favorite activity of both visitors and residents is a leisurely drive through the countryside, along roads that wind through farmsteads, natural areas, and small towns. Whether the lacy green of early spring, the greens and golds of summer, the riot of fall colors, or the still white of winter, the colors and hues of the landscape are definitely worth the trip and you will always remember your Wisconsin road tours in the Driftless area. The Driftless Wisconsin Road Tours Experience You can enjoy the small family farms, the traditional barns (fast disappearing), and the dairy herds that graze up to the forest’s edge. You can drive along a river’s edge, and see sand hill cranes in a courting dance, or bald eagles filling the trees like regal ornaments. You can stop in a small town for a bite to eat, shop for a hand-crafted art object, or fill a bag to the brim with local produce.
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5br Other
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Located 5 miles west of La Farge, Wisconsin in the heart of the Kickapoo Valley is lodging by the day or week on a 300 acre beef ranch. At all times of the year there is a population ranging from 50-300 head of cows and calves. The bunkhouse is a renovated 100 year old two story farmhouse with 2 baths and 5 bedrooms. It sits atop a high ridge overlooking the Kickapoo Valley below. It's located only a few miles from the Kickapoo Valley Reserve and borders the Mississippi Valley Conservatory. It is not a luxury rental, rather a clean, old farmstead in a beautiful ranch surroundings. If you are looking for a reasonable place to stay while you enjoy the rural atmosphere, this could be the place for you. It is fully furnished and available for a small or large group. Have a clean place to stay while you tap the resources of the area. Hunting, trout fishing, bicycling, snowmobiling, skiing, horseback riding, kayaking, outdoor activities are all available in the area. Simply bring your own food and beverages. Sit out in the backyard and enjoy the scenery while grilling out on outdoor grill or around an open campfire. Firewood will be provided. All linens, cooking utensils, kitchen and eating materials, stove, refrigerator, towels, housekeeping materials are provided. No TV or internet at this time, just peace and quiet. Fine restaurants, all denomination churches, hospitals are close.
Cabin
2br Cabin
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Newer Rustic Cabin with modern amenities. Large open kitchen/dining/living area. Private bedroom on main level with queen log bed and direct access to bathroom. Bathroom has large, beautiful, tiled shower. Roomy loft area with one queen log bed and two twin beds. French doors open to a covered porch area with room for lots of entertaining and relaxing. You can hear the soothing sounds of Bear Creek from the porch and the fire pit (firewood provided). Beautiful views all around! Arrangements for pets possible.
Bedroom
4br Bedroom
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The human need to renew contact with the natural world is one of the reasons guests return again and again. The woods, fields and the variety of livestock and wildlife all provide reasons to relax and reconnect in a unique setting. This cottage house can accommodate 2-8 guests. It offers a full kitchen, dining room, 1.5 baths, two separate bedrooms each with a full bed, one separate bedroom with two twin beds, and a living room with couch/pullout bed. Stay includes homemade baked goods, homemade jam, farm fresh eggs, local milk & butter, and organic juice. Both cottages on the property are fully furnished with bed linens, bath towels, full kitchen, full bathroom, plus a wood-burning fireplace and furnace for cold weather. This cottage has a porch across each end and a porch swing on the east-side porch. The cottage yard is filled with trees, flowerbeds and a small organic orchard. There is a picnic table, a grill and a hammock in the yard. Wild turkeys and other wildlife are often seen from the cottage porch. Trillium offers an unusual opportunity to relax and unwind in the peaceful beauty of our 85-acres of organic fields, woods and tree-lined brook. Open since 1984, we feature two private cottages in the Driftless Region. Near: Kickapoo Valley Reserve, Kickapoo River (offering canoeing & kayaking), snowmobile trails, cross-country skiing, parks/lakes, antiquing, trout fishing, hunting, yarn shops, Amish bakeries, motorcycle routes, restaurants and dining.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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Cozy 2 bedroom upper apartment fully furnished. Sleeps 6. Two Full beds and Futon. Full bath with tub & shower. Includes all linens & towels. Washer & dryer in bulding. Fully equipped kitchen.. Off street parking. A few minutes from bike trail, Mt. La Crosse Skiing, Amish Country, 2 local wineries, Snowflake Ski Jump, and Norwegian Syttende Mai Celebration. Shopping, antiques, and maple syrup tours.
Cottage
2br Cottage
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Trillium offers an unusual opportunity to relax and unwind in the peaceful beauty of our 85-acres of organic fields, woods and tree-lined brook. Open since 1984, we feature two private cottages in the Driftless Region. Stay includes breakfast. Near: Kickapoo Valley Reserve, Kickapoo River (offering canoeing & kayaking), snowmobile trails, cross-country skiing, parks/lakes, antiquing, trout fishing, hunting, yarn shops, Amish bakeries, motorcycle routes, restaurants and dining. The human need to renew contact with the natural world is one of the reasons guests return again and again. The woods, fields and the variety of livestock and wildlife all provide reasons to relax and reconnect in a unique setting.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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My place is located in downtown Westby. Near Bike Trails, World Class Trout Fishing, Cross Country Ski Trails, Snowmobile Trails, Amish Tours, and Local Shopping. The apartment in newly renovated and fully furnished. It is also above a wonderful and beautiful cafe with great homemade food. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).