Bed & Breakfast
Having been a Bed and Breakfast since 1996, Wellspring is a Travel Green Wisconsin destination. Plan your next get-away at Wellspring! Enjoy the feeling of heading for the "up north" that’s close to home.
Guests rave about the amazing sleep they get (it’s so quiet), the comfortable beds, the farm fresh breakfast (organic eggs from our own chickens and produce in season from our certified organic farm), getting a bar of homemade herbal soap, exploring the wooded trails, the Milwaukee River, an outdoor labyrinth and watching the chickens or walking over to the quaint Village of Newburg or just hanging out and reading in their room with the comfortable robes provided by Wellspring.
Unique to Wellspring’s B&B is the opportunity guests have of participating in a variety of classes and programs throughout the year, or even trying their hands at some gardening if they so choose.
Another unique factor is the fact that the Blue Heron Room has a Queen bed and a twin for those who wish to bring a child (or for the couple that just prefers separate beds). The Nuthatch Room has a full bed and futon couch that can serve as a twin bed.
Our B&B makes a great gift for birthdays, weddings and holidays. We provide gift certificates and can mail them to you or your loved ones, expressing your sentiments.
Call Mary Ann at (262) 675–6755 or email email@example.com to find out more and to check on availability.
Blue Heron Room - $95 per night for two, $20 more for a third person.Nuthatch Room is $75 per night for two.
VISA, Master Card and Discover cards accepted.
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Wellspring has been a member of Hostelling International since 1990. The hostel is open year-round for either individuals or for small groups. The hostel has 7 twin beds with an adjoining bathroom and shower. A private room is available upon request. The cost is $30 per night, and includes bed, bath, linens, kitchen access, free wifi, and full range of the outdoors!
Many folks from all over the world have cherished the tranquil river, woods, fields, and trails at Wellspring. Learning opportunities abound; guests may choose to participate in a class or workshop held at Wellspring. Get in touch with the earth by doing a little hands-on gardening from April through October. There may be a possibility to garden in exchange for some organic veggies grown on-site.
The mission of Hostelling International is “...to promote the education of young people of all nations, but especially young people of limited means, by encouraging them in a greater knowledge, love, and care of the countryside and an appreciation of the cultural values of towns and cities in all parts of the world.” To learn more, and to purchase a H.I. membership, visit hiusa.org/membership.
To make your reservation, please email Mary Ann: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at (262) 675-6755.
MANY LOCAL ATTRACTIONS – within minutes of the hostel:
State Parks & Lake Michigan Beaches
Biking and Hiking
Winter Skiing, Snow Boarding and Snow Shoeing
Art Communities and an Annual Art Crawl
Music and Ethnic Festivals
Milwaukee with its restaurants, museums and more
We will help you get to these places.
Things to do in the area:
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Cedarburg Bog State Natural Area
Eisenbahn State Trail
Harrington Beach State Park
Hawthorne Hills Golf Course
Ice Age Trail
Kettle Moraine State Forest
Lion's Den Gorge Nature Preserve
Riveredge Nature Center
Sunburst Downhill Ski And Tubing
The Bog Golf Course
Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA)
West Bend Lakes Golf Course
Washington County Historical Museum
Kettle Moraine Symphony
Lac Lawrann Conservancy
Little Switzerland Skihill
West Bend Farmers Market
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