L'Auberge de Livingston est une maison à couper le souffle mettant en vedette neuf cheminées, plafonds d'onze pieds premier étage, accès au lac et de superbes détails architecturaux à l'intérieur et l'extérieur. Les caractéristiques de maison spacieuses, magnifiquement aménagées au deuxième étage. Avec salle d'eau privative, foyers de travail et service de ménage quotidien, cette auberge est un agréable répit pour ses invités. Le Livingston Inn Bed & Breakfast combine le confort relaxant d'une majestueuse maison historique tout subtilement offrant de nombreuses commodités modernes. Tous les invités sont servies en pleins petit déjeuner tous les jours et peut profiter d'une connexion Wi-Fi, TV câblée, films en ligne et livraison quotidienne de journaux locaux et nationaux. À proximité de l'aéroport, du centre, le Capitole de l'État, State Street et le campus de l'UW-Madison, The Livingston Inn est l'endroit idéal pour les voyageurs d'affaires ou de loisirs.
5 sur décembre 26, 2014
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful, relaxing trip at Livingston. Dave was incredibly helpful and a gracious host; he gave us great recommendations for how to explore the city and was very considerate. We had such an amazing time at Livingston - it was the perfect winter getaway, with the cozy, warm rooms and gas fireplaces. We cannot wait to return!
5 sur novembre 04, 2014
I've stayed at the Livingston Inn for 2 weeks and everything's been great. It is quite, breakfast is amazing and varies everyday, people living there are all very kind and would do anything to help you. The property itself is an old victorian house very well preserved, has a fireplace in all the rooms and the atmosphere inside is really nice. It is located only 15mins walk from downtown and is close to several good restaurants. Lake Mendota is directly accessible from a rear-garden path where one can simply sit over a pontoon and enjoy the beautiful view. Overall, I strongly recommend the Livingston Inn to anyone passing by Madison.
5 sur août 19, 2014
We stayed in The Livingston Inn March 2014 and had an amazing time. Peggy and Dave are wonderful! the food, conversation, accommodations - everything was top notch:) Lots of laughter too - we will definitely re-visit The Livingston Inn in the future:)
5 sur août 04, 2014
My wife and I recently spent three days at the Livingston Inn in Madison, Wisconsin. I initially selected the Inn due to the positive reviews that I saw online and also due to its proximity to the lake. We were not disappointed at all. Our room (Mendota Room) had a view of the lake which was also very appealing. Here are some comments for potential B&Brs: The best part of our stay was by far the owners Peggy and Dave Furlan. We felt like we were part of the family by the time we left. We were greeted around 4 PM by Dave and he talked with us for over an hour. He even gave us each a drink. We have stayed in B&Bs all over the US and we have never had owners take such an interest in us. Peggy was so warm and friendly. She asked us what we wanted to eat for breakfast. The last day she made delicious Swedish Pancakes. Every day we had muffins, eggs, bacon, yogurt, fresh fruit (blueberries and strawberries), granola, orange juice, and coffee. It was a great way to start every day. Peggy even sat down with all of us and talked with the people that were staying at her B&B. Every evening they supplied us with a beverage (wine or beer) and they had cookies or candy for us at the end of the evening. The B&B itself is a beautiful redecorated mansion that used to house the first two mayors of Madison. It is centrally located; a few blocks from the Capitol, right next to the lake, one block to a few restaurants and one block to the city bike rentals. Madison has bike rentals all over the city. You can rent a bike and ride it to different locations; check it in and sight see. Then you can get back on another bike. If you’re older like me, you can bike a little and then walk the rest. The only critique that we had was the room was a little warm in late July. However, we communicated this to Peggy and she supplied us with a fan. The mansion has central air, but each room did not have their own AC. All in all 5 out of 5 stars.
5 sur mai 26, 2014
What a find and what luck! On a last minute lark we decided to overnight in Madison and had the good fortune to stay at the Livingston Inn. Dave could not have been more welcoming and hospitable. Our room and the house were luxurious Victorian and a real retreat from our busy week. Dave knows his town and was extremely helpful with dinner reservations and current attractions. We enjoyed his company and conversation of shared experiences and acquaintances. We only missed meeting his other half, Peggy. I guess we'll just have to go back!
5 sur février 03, 2014
Peggy was great - she was very friendly and helpful. We loved the Inn - the rooms are beautiful - we loved our fireplace! We will be staying here next time we go through Madison.
4,8 sur octobre 19, 2013
Peggy was a fantastic host! The house was beautiful and the fireplace in our room was very romantic. The homemade breakfast was delicious.
5 sur août 15, 2013
On the spur of the moment we decided to come to Madison WI to celebrate our anniversary. We were lucky enough to find a room available midweek in the beautifully restored Livingston Inn. Peggy was a gracious and friendly host, making us feel welcome and giving us suggestions on things to do and places to eat in Madison. Although the sunset was obscured that night by clouds, it was a bonus to be able to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet that being by a body of water seems to bring. Having brought our bikes along we rode around Lake Monona the next morning after a lovely breakfast. We look forward to a return visit!
5 sur juin 06, 2013
We had a perfect time at this wonderful B&B in Madison Wisconsin. Our hostess, Peggy, was more than kind with her helpful hints if it was finding the perfect restaurant for us to eat or getting us a glass of wine at the end of the day. Her breakfasts were fantastic. I wish I had some of the bacon right now! Honestly, this was the best B&B we have every stayed in! Libby Mitchell and Jim Herity
Le style néo-gothique de l'Auberge de Livingston s'inspire de la maison de Pickering à Salem, Massachusetts. Le plafond voûté et lin fond d'écran de la salle de Pickering transmettent la grandeur de l'origine architecturale. La salle offre l'intimité de l'ancien serviteur ’ s quarters et comprend un salon séparé. Se sa salle de bain spacieuse vante d'être la première installation intérieure dans la ville de Madison. Vous apprécierez un lit Queen-Size, cuisinière à gaz décoratif et salle de bain privée comprenant une douche délicieuse avec les vaporisateurs pour le corps.
Prix par nuit: $159 - $250
Toute l'année, vous pourrez dans le lac Mendota salle regarder Ouest et profiter d'une scène du rivage du lac Mendota vers le campus de l'UW-Madison. Une deuxième grande fenêtre offre un siège côté fenêtre en coussins donnant sur le jardin de devant. L'intimité de cette salle est accentuée par son propre escalier hors le salon arrière. Vous apprécierez un lit Queen, foyer au gaz et salle de bain privée avec une douche avec jets pour le corps.
Prix par nuit: $175 - $300
Nommé en l'honneur du constructeur de cette maison de glorieux, la salle de William T. Leitch se trouve au centre de la maison à monter le grand escalier central. La chambre dispose de riches tons Bordeaux, beaux meubles anciens et une grande baie vitrée donnant sur le jardin de devant. Vous apprécierez un lit Queen, foyer au gaz et salle de bain privée avec douche.
Prix par nuit: $159 - $250
Selon la tradition locale, le propriétaire original, William T. Leitch, a augmenté de saules le long du lac Mendota provenant de boutures de Napoléon ’ tombe s à Sainte-Hélène. La chambre de Willow comprend papier peint fleur comme Monet, un lit Queen-Size et un manteau de cheminée magnifiquement conçu autour de la cheminée à gaz. La salle de bains privative, à l'origine une zone de stockage pour les jupes de hoop, contient une douche spacieuse avec vaporisateurs pour le corps.
Prix par nuit: $159 - $250
Stories tell us the last prominent family in our home, Gordon and Dolly Harman, resided in this room as their bedroom, becoming the perfect vantage point to hear their daughters trying to sneak in late at night. Guests will find the Harman Hideaway Room up the staircase off the back parlor in a special place toward the back of the house. The room features a window looking out to Lake Mendota along with a queen-size bed, beautiful gas fireplace, and private bath featuring a delightful rainfall shower with separate hand-held wand.
Prix par nuit: $159 - $250
Ville, Centre ville, Proche lac
Madison, WI (MSN-Dane County Regional) 5 miles
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Zone naturelle, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Jeux de société, Clothes dryer, Parking, Téléphone, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Equipé pour les mariages , Free health club membership
Climatisation, Réveil, Internet dans la chambre, Bureau, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Internet, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi
Pistes cyclables, Canoë, Pistes de ski de fond, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Shopping, Excursion
Peggy and Dave Furlan