Onalaska, WI 

Lumber Baron Inn

 
421 2nd Ave N
Onalaska, WI 54650-2506 US

(608)781-8938
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Rates: $89 to $149
Total Rooms: 5
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (3 reviews)

Description

Circa 1888. Feel pampered during a stay at Lumber Baron Inn overlooking Lake Onalaska. Built in 1888, this restored bed and breakfast has retained its historic integrity and original details while offering modern comfort and ease. Browse the gift shop, relax on the porch or on a lawn chair facing the water. Play billiards in the game room. A stocked guest refrigerator is provided. In the evening, gather by the fire with a sherry in the sitting room/library. Select one of the guest bedrooms that features a fireplace and a whirlpool tub. Start the day with a four-course breakfast elegantly presented on fine china, crystal and linens. Bird lovers will be thrilled with the many varieties to watch in this scenic area of Onalaska, Wisconsin.Location: City/Urban and Waterfront.

Room Detail

Violets Room
Violets room has not a violet in it, but was named after the former owner. It overlooks a small portion of the Lake and the River. It is a combination of royal blue and white and white wicker furniture adorns this room. It is the inn's famous room in that it has been featured in the Smucker's Catalog for five years running.
Type of bed: Queen

 
Eastlake Room
While the Eastlake Room does sit east of the Lake, it was so named because of the style of the house. It is decorated in mauve and blue and features a huge mahogany sleigh bed. It also has a small view of the Lake and the River. This room will pamper you with a five and a half foot clawfoot tub that sits in the room.
Type of bed: King

 
Chatalaine
While the Eastlake Room does sit east of the Lake, it was so named because of the style of the house. It is decorated in mauve and blue and features a huge mahogany sleigh bed. It also has a small view of the Lake and the River. This room will pamper you with a five and a half foot clawfoot tub that sits in the room.
Type of bed: Queen

 
The Lumber Baron Room
This room is named after Frank Nichols, the builder of the home. A large room done in dark blue,green and burgundy, it features a double Jacuzzi that also sits in the room. This room has a TV with cable and also features all the original shutters on the windows. It's a must for a romantic getaway.
Type of bed: King

 
My Ladies Chamber
The room is done in soft peach, yellow, and sage. It is a very light and airy room and features the original shutter. Antique furniture highlights the coziness of the room.
Type of bed: Queen

 


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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $89 to $149
Payment types accepted include Master Card, Visa and Personal Checks.
Rooms: This property has 5 total guest accommodations with private bath and 2 conference rooms.
The types of beds available include King and Queen.

Policies

Cancellation: All cancellations should be transacted by phone. If cancellation occurs more than 1 week prior to check-in date you will receive your deposit in full by check. If less than a week you will receive a voucher for a free room night during an off- peak period, for whatever your deposit amounted to. If less than 48 hours, you will lose your deposit.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, We do special things for Weddings and Anniversarys.
Types of meals: Full Breakfast, Full Gourmet Breakfast and Snacks/Refreshments.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Modem Hook-Up, Reading Lamps, Ceiling Fans, Central Air, Clock Radio, Television, Turn-Down Service, Hair Dryer, Bathrobes, Bath Amenities and Iron/Ironing Board.
Amenities On Site: Bicycles, Parlor Games, Copy Machine, Phone, Fireplace and Gift Shop.

Activities

Events Hosted: Family Reunions, Seminars, Meetings, Weddings and Romantic Getaways.
Other Activities: Antiquing, Art Galleries, Beaches, Bicycling, Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Skiing Downhill, Sports Events, Major College, Tennis, Water Sports, The Great River State Trail is behind our house for biking, walking and jogging.

Historic Interest

All the woodwork is original as are the lights and the stained-glass windows.
Historic Awards: National Register (Applied), National Register (Granted), State Register (Applied), State Register (Granted), Local Register (Applied), Local Register (Granted), National Historical Site (Applied), National Historical Site (Granted), State Historical Site (Applied), State Historical Site (Granted), City Historical Site (Applied) and City Historical Site (Granted).
Historic Memberships: Local Historical Society and City Historical Society.