The Parkview b&b
is situated half-way between Chicago and Minn
eapolis and just miles from Baraboo, Spring Green, and the Wisconsin Dells areas. Reedsburg beckons lovers of history, nature, biking, canoeing, art, theatre, and scenic beauty. Here you will find that life’s crazy pace really does slow down.
For those of you who enjoy discovering the area….don’t miss:
The 400, Elroy/Sparta, LaCrosse River, Great River Bicycle Trails, Devil’s Lake and Mirror Lake State Parks, International Crane Foundation, Carr Valley Cheese Factory, Cedar Grove Cheese Factory, Wollersheim Winery, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, American Players Theatre, House on the Rock, Mid-Continent Railway Museum, Amish communities, Reedsburg Country Club and many other courses for golf enthusiasts, and Wisconsin Dells.
Parkview B&B, an 1895 Queen Anne Victorian, opened in 1989 in the Park Street Historic District of Reedsburg, WI, one block off of Main Street across from City Park.
Named after the first owners of the house, the Siefert Room offers beautiful maple floors, a four-poster, queen-size comfortable bed, ceiling fan, desk, private bath with shower and enticing views of Main Street. This room also has a day bed perfect for traveling with friends or when three people want to share a room.
The Brass Room has a queen-size brass comfy bed, restored hard-wood floors, a family heirloom antique dresser, ceiling fan and a warming fireplace welcome you into this ivy and brass accented room. Your private bath, original to the house, features a tub and shower.
The Garden Room is a delightful light and airy guest room offers you views of both the Reedsburg City Park as well as Main Street. Donna, with the help of a friend and her mother, made your sunflower quilt that embellishes the antique oak bed with matching dresser. Your hide-a-bed love seat converts easily to sleeping quarters for a third person in your room. This room shares a hallway bath with the Groeneweg Room.
Welcome into our blue and beige room, the Groeneweg Room, overlooking Reedsburg City Park and offering you a cozy queen-sized bed, a family heirloom dresser, restored hardwood floors and ceiling fan. It also has a quilt made by Donna and her mother. This room shares a hallway bath with the Garden Room. It is named after the second owner of the home, Dr. Groeneweg, Reedsburg’s first chiropractor. It has a great view of City Park across the street.
When staying at a B&B, in addition to the overall ambiance of the home, your private guest room is your own private haven. The innkeepers at Parkview B&B, Donna and Tom, have restored the original rooms to offer you today’s comforts amidst yesterday’s ambience. If you desire, open your windows for fresh air and let the crickets lull you to sleep. Donna still line dries your sheets (weather permitting) so that you get that old-fashioned freshness when you climb into bed. All room rates include wake-up coffee or tea and Donna’s fabulous home-cooked breakfasts, a culinary delight you will not want to miss!
Donna, a home economist, takes pride in preparing delicious, creative, homemade breakfasts while using seasonal, fresh, local, quality ingredients. Our breakfast sausage is made locally and we grow vegetables and herbs in our garden that are used in breakfast menus.
Breakfasts always includes juice, seasonal fruit, a main egg dish or pancakes, waffles or French toast and breakfast meat and hot beverages and ends with a surprise.
Special dietary needs? No problem just let Donna know in advance.
Policies & Restrictions
Children: Please Inquire
Pets: Sorry no pets
Smoking: We are a smoke-free inn
Rates & Availability
Siefert and Brass Rooms with private baths - $109/double
Garden and Groeneweg Rooms with shared baths - $89/double
Wake-up coffee or tea is available prior to a full, homemade breakfast. Donna, a home economist, prepares breakfasts, including special diets, using local products as much as possible. Strawberry French Toast is the signature entree during strawberry season. Rhubarb, strawberries, asparagus and if you are really lucky, Tom may have found morel mushrooms that may be included in the spring breakfast menus. Summer menus use the abundance of local foods. Cherry Muffins from our own tree, and raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and vegetables from local sources are common ingredients. Fall breakfasts may include Cranberry Scones, Apple Pancakes, Pumpkin Waffles. Guests often comment on the great breakfasts.
Approximate Travel Times from Various Cities
Chicago: 3-4 hours
Twin Cities: 3-4 hours
Madison: 1 hour
Milwaukee: 2-3 hours
Reedsburg is located sixty miles north of Madison, WI and fifteen miles off Interstate 90/94 on highways 23/33. Parkview is on Park Street that intersects with the Main Street a block north of the business district.
From the Interstate: Take HWY 23 exit to Reedsburg at exit 89. Once in Reedsburg at the fourth stoplight take a right onto Park Street. Parkview B&B is on the corner to the left.
10% discount for 3-day stays and business guests