Best known as Cedarburg’s first inn, founded in 1846 by Conrad Horneffer, our Wisconsin bed and breakfast offers 34 incredible guest rooms with beautiful original details and luxe amenities like spacious beds, relaxing steam baths, walk-in showers, and cozy fireplaces. To keep the unique history engrained within the modern renovations we did, we chose to name each room after Cedarburg’s first settlers, along with keeping some of the timeless features from the past. While we could go on and on about what we offer, we want to take the opportunity to tell you about the historic charm of our rooms.
For historical preface, this room was named after one of Cedarburg’s first settlers, Edward Blank who served as the second postmaster of Cedarburg in 1853. This dreamy suite is perfect for romantic Wisconsin getaways with its ideal first-floor location, private entrance, cozy fireplace, classic French doors leading to a steamy whirlpool tub for two, and its lovely textural characteristics. You and your partner will feel intimately secluded and may never want to leave!
Gerard Wurthmann was an early Cedarburg sign painter. To keep up with his theme of artistic creation, this room incorporates stunning architectural features with a rustic country feel. When you first walk through the doors you will be enthralled by exposed ceiling beams, stone walls, and a country pencil-post, king-sized bed. There is also a large sitting area with a queen sleeper sofa, providing space for more family members to enjoy on your Wisconsin vacation.
Fred Asche was a stonemason and miller who helped to build the only flouring mill powered by wind in the area. With that said, it is only fitting that this room is lined with exposed stone walls to honor the matchless designs of Asche’s age-old masonry. Beyond the stonework, this space offers shuttered windows with a downtown view, a fireplace, king bed, and an oversized whirlpool tub and shower. You don’t have to be a stonemason to appreciate the beauty and comfort of this room.
Dr. Frederick A. Luening and his brother built the Grist Mill on Cedar Creek, while also practicing medicine as a local doctor. Just like the amazing dual talent of Luening, this room offers guests a truly magnificent place to stay during their Wisconsin vacation with dual living spaces. Comprised of two levels, guests will revel in the wrought-iron circular staircase, natural wood, brick, and stone features throughout this unit, along with an abundance of greenery, making for a very tranquil and healing stay. There are also two fireplaces, a large whirlpool tub, downstairs living area, loft, and wet bar. You will not want to pass up this enchanting deluxe king suite, especially if you’re planning a couple’s retreat.
Juergen Schroeder, a prominent historical figure in Cedarburg, built our quaint Schroeder House and ran the general store located south of the house. This timeless room sits on the first floor, offering guests a queen bed, bay window breakfast nook, and a warm fireplace. As a bonus, this room features gorgeous hand-painted murals which surround a marble-lined, jetted tub in the room. This is truly remarkable space for a Wisconsin honeymoon or anniversary trip.
While all of our suites have a story to tell, we wanted to point out the fan favorites. It’s important to remember when choosing your room, it’s not just about picking a bed to sleep in for the night, it’s about the comfort, luxury amenities, feel of the room, and even the historic significance it has. When you stay at our Cedarburg bed and breakfast, you can rest easy and relax all while enjoying the historical bliss of your room. Which room will you choose to stay in?Book Now