Spacious Victorian home in the Ridge Avenue Historic District. 3 rooms available for guests. Open April 1 - October 31. Full breakfast. Near Trempealeau Bike Trails, LaCrosse, and Winona, MN.
Starting atUS $100 / Night
The Clark House is part of the Ridge Avenue Historic District, a neighborhood of 19th century homes and churches. Cance Park is across the street. The Mississippi River village of Trempealeau , 6 miles away, features the Great River Bike Trail, Perrot State Park, and Trempealeau Wildlife Refuge.
Eugene Clark, a banker and state senator, built the Clark House in 1906. The spacious Victorian home features triple French and pocket doors, turret corners, and a library stocked with over 4000 volumes. A wrap-around veranda, breakfast patio, and gardens on the grounds offer gracious outdoor leisure.
There are 3 guest rooms
. The Isaac Clark Room has a queen bed and private bath, while the Wicker Room and Aunt Millie's Room have full beds and share a bath.
Full breakfast included, Cable HDTV, AC, library.
Policies & Restrictions
Smoke-free, no pets or children under age 12.
Rates & Availability
Open April 1 - October 31, rates range from $90 - $125
One cat lives in the Clark House.
- High Speed Internet
- Television - Free HBO/ESPN
|Isaac Clark Room||US $115||US $125||Private Bath, Queen Bed|
|Wicker Room||US $100||US $110||Shared Bath, Double Bed|
|Aunt Millie's Room||US $90||US $100||Shared Bath, Double Bed|
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Our favorite B&B
Feb 27, 2013 12:45 pm
The house is lovely. The library is extensive. The hosts are welcoming and warm. The scenery in and around Galesville, WI is breath-taking at all times of the year. Take bicycles, if possible, for a glimpse of going back in time when life seemed simpler and less rushed. ... more
Just like home
Feb 27, 2013 10:51 am
We had a lovely time staying at the Clark House. The proprietors are lovely couple, and helped us feel right at home. Breakfast was always wonderful and ample. The rooms are beautiful, the library welcoming, and the shaded front porch on a quiet street,... so inviting on a summers afternoon. The owners have really payed attention to maintaining the details of this historic home.
Truly lovely.........we'll visit again. ... more
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