One of the most famous La Crosse landmarks is now open to the public for the first time in it’s 125 history!
The Castle features five guest suites, for up to ten guests, who enjoy a large breakfast served daily in the grand dining room of the historic home. Visitors will also appreciate the property’s central location and beautiful grounds in a neighborhood with many amenities. The owners live on premises and enjoy having visitors from all over the country and indeed all over the world.
As an upscale Bed and Breakfast, Castle La Crosse will be a new tourist destination for La Crosse and the Coulee Region that offers the unique experience of spending the night in a grand 19th century home like no other in the area. “The more that we have to offer, the more we’re going to appeal to a bigger market and the more we’re going to bring in a variety of people to the area”, said A.J. Feels, Executive Director with Explore La Crosse.
The home, built in 1891 for lumber baron Nymphus B. Holway and his family, is one of the most photographed and recognizable properties in the region – inside and out. With a solid stone facade and turret rising three stories, it is a dream come true for travelers to spend the night in such a gem. Every morning Chef Brandon Rigger prepares a sumptuous breakfast for guests, using local and organic fruits and vegetables in a region known for family and sustainable farms.
The Castle welcomes you to come see for yourself why so many people say Castle La Crosse Bed and Breakfast is “our own Downtown Abbey”. For reservations or inquiries, call Innkeeper Billy Bergeron at 844-726-5808 or visit their website www.CastleLaCrossebnb.com