It’s Always the Right Time to Visit Door County, Wisconsin
Door Country, Wisconsin is a wonderful summer retreat with 300 miles of shoreline along Lake Michigan and Green Bay. The area is also quite lovely during the cooler months. A visit during autumn or winter offers many surprises.
Everyone is welcome at the ADA-accessible Feathered Star Bed and Breakfast in Egg Harbor. This barrier-free inn has large bathrooms and roll-in showers. Explore the three-acre property, then get cozy next to the warm fireplace in your room. Each accommodation showcases a different quilt pattern or technique. The village celebrates fall with pumpkins, scarecrows, and other decorations during the Pumpkin Patch Festival in October. Visit the Shipwrecked Brewery Restaurant for local brews all year long.
Enjoy in-house music from Random Orbit, an acoustic folk music group, on Thursday evenings at White Lace Inn in Sturgeon Bay. This inn is comprised of four neighboring turn-of-the-century homes with romantic guest rooms. Soak in a whirlpool bath for two as you sip champagne. A different breakfast entrée is served each morning in the Main House. More than 700 couples have said “I Do” at this inn. Join them by having an intimate winter ceremony in the parlor.
Active and retired military are honored with special discounts under the new management at The Barbican in Sturgeon Bay. All of the guest rooms have a sitting room and a double whirlpool tub. Stay in your comfy pajamas and let the innkeepers deliver a homemade hearty breakfast to your room. Located in the historic waterfront district, this inn is only one block from downtown and the Bay. Brave the cold as you ice fish for perch, trout, pike, and whitefish.