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Oak Park Inn and Historic Hopkins House
18224 Ervin Street
Whitehall, WI 54773
USA
Phone: +1--7155384858
Fax: +1--7155384899
Cellular: +1--7155330335

Linda Mossman and Steven Sendele

English

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Photo Album

Photo Album

Bedroom  of Suite 3 in Carriage HouseThe hillside rooms have 2 queen size beds each.  Room 9, pictured here is done in a barn board motif, with prints from a local artist.  The hillside rooms have private baths and entrances, as well as microwaves and refrigerators and wireless Internet.
Hillside Guest Room 4, two (2) queen beds, private bath/entrance.  These rooms also have refrigerator/microwaves, coffee makers, and wireless internet.Hillside room 6
Rear of the Carriage House.
Gazebo area of the backgardens is a favorite for an afternoon glass of wine, conversation and enjoying the quiet.Fall is an especially haunting time at the inn.  Linda and Steven will gladly share the folklore of Ida Mae and her grave over a cup of morning coffee.
Continental breakfast is served daily in the main house daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.