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It is a joy to return here year after year. It is always beautiful spotlessly clean and inviting. The cheese and wine offering in the late afternoon is scrumptious. All those working at the inn really love what they do.
My wife and I spent two nights at this inn which is in the heart of Cedarburg. Friendly welcome. We had room 218 which has a loft where the large whirlpool tub is. Small bathroom with an even smaller sink outside of the bathroom, but...More
Washington House Inn is a lovely place to stay. Everything about our stay was perfect. Staff were very professional and helpful. The facilities were very clean and inviting. The food for the five o’clock wine and cheese and the breakfast time were delicious. The beds...More
I cannot say enough positive about this place. The rooms are quaint and lovely, the staff is gracious and helpful, the charm is beyond description, the bed linens elegant, the room itself clean, the location could not be better . . . and the breakfast...More
We stayed here while our kids were out of town. It was a restful, clean, and romantic place to experience. The history of this place is lovely. The town is so quaint and walk-able anywhere from the hotel. They even had a colored washcloth for...More
for some dumb reason, Trip Advisor sent me your question and ask me to answer you. I assume the thing to do is just simply call the Washington House and ask them. Why trip advisor would ask me, someone who stayed there, if... More
for some dumb reason, Trip Advisor sent me your question and ask me to answer you. I assume the thing to do is just simply call the Washington House and ask them. Why trip advisor would ask me, someone who stayed there, if they have meeting rooms, is beyond me and a waste of my time. You aren't wrong to ask, but trip advisor is wasting my time asking questions that are answered by one simple call to the Washington House. Enjoy your stay. Bob