The Southeast Region of Wisconsin offers travelers incredible natural beauty and contrast. From Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s largest city, and clear up and down the shore, long stretches of Lake Michigan shoreline stir the imagination and coax one to retreat and wander the beaches. When the glacier moved diagonally through our beautiful state some 10,000 years ago, it gifted Southeast Wisconsin with a myriad of rich resources. Our lakes, dramatic valleys, and high, forested moraines have delighted eager tourists for more than 100 years.
Explore Southeast Wisconsin
Milwaukee has long been knowns for its cultural and ethnic diversity. Also impressive of the city is a strong collective support for the arts, hence the continued abundance of live theater, musical productions, ethnic festivals, and Summerfest, the world’s largest music festival.
Moving on to just east of Plymouth, the Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest begins in Glen Beulah and runs south down to Kewaskum. Not surprisingly, this magnificent state park is a major destination for many, with over 200 miles of hiking, nature, horseback riding and cross-country ski trails available.
Over in Eagle, Old World Wisconsin is a living history museum which honors the pioneers who settled Wisconsin. Fifty-five historic structures remind us of pioneers. Also nearby to Eagle is the Southern Kettle Moraine State Forest, with more than 150 miles of hiking, biking, and cross-country ski trails for year around enjoyment.
Rejuvinate Yourself at These Southeast Wisconsin Inns
While exploring the rich culture of the southeast part of the state, there are several options available to make your visit one to remember for a lifetime. Stay at one of our member inns in the area!
Hamilton House B&B, Whitewater
Walk to downtown shops and restaurants or stroll along our neighborhood streets as you admire the diverse architecture of historical buildings when staying at Hamilton House B&B. Enjoy a picnic during a concert at the lakefront park. Drive a short distance to a variety of entertainment and shopping options. Whether you like the excitement of mountain biking or the tranquility of sunbathing, you can discover a wide range of outdoor activities nearby.
Hidden Serenity B&B, West Bend
Hidden Serenity B&B is nestled in the woods next to the famous Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary. Enjoy a game of pickelball on their court and hiking trails or get out into the beautiful Kettle Moraine State Forest for skiing, hiking biking or activities on the many nearby lakes. Stay to find adventure, return to comfort, come away refreshed.
Sheridan's B&B and Bay View Studios, Cudahy
Sheridan's B&B and Bay View Studios is located on Milwaukee's South Shore where guests will enjoy Lake Michigan's beaches, nearby parks, golf courses and the popular Oak Leaf Trail, perfect for walking, biking or cross country skiing.
Inn at Pine Terrace, Oconomowoc
The Inn at Pine Terrace is one of the last and largest of the Victorian mansions still standing in Oconomowoc today and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated in the heart of Lake Country, the city of Oconomowoc sits on 3 major lakes: Lake Fowler, Lac La Belle and Oconomowoc Lake.
Eagle Centre House B&B, Eagle
Guests of Eagle Centre House B&B can relax and enjoy the best life had to offer 150 years ago enhanced with today's finest amenities. The inn is located in the Southern Kettle Moraine (including Lapham Peak) and 3-miles from the forest headquarters boasting miles of hiking, biking, skiing and horse trails, and is only 1/2 mile north of the Wisconsin State Historical Site "Old World Wisconsin", an outdoor history museum.
The Muse Gallery Guesthouse, Milwaukee
The Muse Gallery Guesthouse is conveniently located a mile from the shores of Lake Michigan and mid-distance between the airport and downtown Milwaukee. They are the lovely yellow house with the gardens on the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Winchester Street in the heart of Bay View – Milwaukee’s trendiest neighborhood.
Katherine Holle House, Watertown
Katherine Holle House, and Watertown, offers an eclectic assortment of fun things to do. From their bowling alleys and skating rinks, to art classes and theatre productions. From library events to the Civil War Era 1st Brigade Band, Watertown has it all.
Westphal Mansion Inn B&B, Hartford
The Westphal Mansion Inn Bed & Breakfast is a short distance to area Parks, Kettle Moraine Pike Lake State Park, Ice Age Trails and Holy Hill; just a short walk to unique shops, restaurants, Schauer Art's Theater of the Arts, and the Wisconsin Automotive Museum. The inn is a Local Historical Landmark site. It is a restored, 1913 English Tudor mansion perched on a terraced triangular hill, overlooking Hartford's Historic Downtown.
Victoria-On-Main B&B, Whitewater
The Victoria on Main B&B is a 1895 Queen Anne Revival home located in Whitewater’s National Historic District. Enjoy everything staying here has to offer: hiking in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, swimming or boating on Whitewater Lake, attending plays at the Young Auditorium or the Fireside or eating at one of our fine restaurants.
The innkeepers of Southeast Wisconsin cordially invite you not only to stay at their B&Bs, but also to come explore our quaint villages, invigorating cities, and beautiful lakes and parks. We are confident you’ll love it here.
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