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Washington House Inn is located in the middle of historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin. The Inn is convenient to the many shops, eateries, and scenic Cedar Creek. The rooms are filled with antiques, comfy beds, fun afternoon wine and cheese, and a delicious continental breakfast with homemade...More
This is the second time I've had the pleasure of staying at the Washington House Inn. I was charmed last year and was charmed again this year! Even though I was there on business had an hour or so before the shops closed to browse...More
Arrived on a Friday night, plenty of parking available. All of the information was ready for us to browse around town or just stay in our room for the night. The room was very clean and cozy. Our room was on the second floor of...More
blocked out 10 rooms for a wedding. what a wonderful place. so very very clean. staff so professional. really cared that we were there. rooms just lovely.
price is higher than standard hotel, but this not a standard hotel. Plus it's next to so much...More
First it must be mentioned that Washington House has the friendliest staff around. We arrived into Cedarburg late and needed a place to eat. The evening staff-person told us of a good restaurant nearby, helped us order in food, opened the breakfast area so we...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