Victorian Rose Garden Bed & Breakfast is a gracious 1886 Folk Victorian home nestled in the Fox Valley. Visitors enjoy restful accommodations, Parlor with grand piano, Great Room with a cozy fireplace, Library, and inviting Porch, Patio and Garden. A complimentary full breakfast is served in the dining room. Each guest room is uniquely inviting. Contemporary amenities compliment every room's history and antiques. The elegant Presidential Chamber features a king bed, private bath, and fireplace. Miss Alicia's Room, Lady Teresa's Room and Sir James Room each have a queen bed, private bath, and pleasant touches of color. Whether guests are vacationing, traveling for business, relocating or celebrating a special occasion, they can enjoy a myriad of attractions, restaurants, shopping, fitness opportunities and business resources nearby, as well as parks, lakes and rivers. A well-tended bike path is minutes from our door. A variety of year-round and seasonal packages are available
Soft beige, rose and blue invite a restful night in a Queen bed. Private bath. All rooms have air conditioning and ceiling fans and cable television. Complimentary refreshments provided. Free wireless DSL.
Nightly Rate: $104/$104
Elegance permeates this romantic room featuring a King bed and fireplace. Private bath with clawfoot tub, separate shower, bidet. Small in-room refrigerator. All rooms have air conditioning and ceiling fans and cable television. Complimentary refreshments provided. Free wireless DSL.
Nightly Rate: $159/$159
Wicker, Battenburg lace and floral prints bring a sense of garden to this bright room with Queen bed, daybed, and private bath. All rooms have air conditioning and ceiling fans and cable television. Complimentary refreshments provided. Free wireless DSL.
Nightly Rate: $104/$104
queen bed, private bath, cable tv, ac, wireless dsl, ceiling fan, complimentary beverages, full or continental breakfast
Nightly Rate: $104/$104
4.6 on December 03, 2013
Service was outstanding. Coffee or tea or both outside our door when you get ready to start the day. Every effort was made to make us feel welcome.
5 on November 06, 2013
My boyfriend and I had a very enjoyable stay at the Victorian Rose... We stayed in the Presidential Suite...very elegant, charming and nostalgic. I felt like a movie star as I got ready at the fancy vanity that was in the room. So many restaurants near by within walking distance, you can't go wrong. Breakfast was lovely at an elegant dining table with fancy stemware & tea cups...very Victorian and it made you feel like you were 'Somewhere in Time' - just like the movie...I highly recommend it for anyone...it's truly a wonderful escape back in time...
5 on October 28, 2013
We were in Algonquin to attend a memorial service for a family member. At this sad time it was comforting to spend the night in this homey and peaceful place. The house is just lovely and our room was quiet and welcoming. Breakfast was delicious and we enjoyed talking with our fellow guests for a few minutes.
5 on October 21, 2013
Stayed three nights in this beautiful B&B. Hospitality was over the top as were the room and the meals.
3.4 on October 10, 2013
This was a weekend away from "city life" for us. While the setting was relaxing, and the house lovely, my husband and I are used to a king-sized bed at home, and the double or queen in the room left us not sleeping well at all. This is not the B&B's fault, but just something that effected our stay. We were also reminded quite frequently that we were not in the city any more. The house had some sort of Biblical verse framed or embroidered in about every room. What was really disconcerting, however, was a personal postcard on their refrigerator that showed a family stocking a car with supplies, including rifles, and the text read "Preparing for the Opocolypse"--the "O" being the Obama campaign logo. I understand this was not just a business, but their home; but, it was very off-putting and made this former Obama campaign worker feel very unwelcome. In a setting such as a B&B, there is a lot of chatting with the innkeepers, if you're around the house. This conservative sentiment came out during conversation a couple of times, with the chef saying to us that "no one is more discriminated against more than the white middle-aged man." I do understand, again, that this is their home and their private business. But as liberal city folk, we did feel pretty uncomfortable at times during our stay. Lastly, it's a very quiet setting, with rooms close together. So if you're there for a romantic weekend you may feel... uh, stifled? The home was lovely though, and aside from our obvious differences, the two ladies who ran the operation were very sweet.
Chicagoland, Small town
Chicago, IL (ORD-O'Hare) 35 miles
Upon leaving the airport, follow Interstate 190 towards Chicago. Stay right and take exit for Interstate 90 West to Rockford. Bear right up onto the ramp entering 90. You will continue on through the toll booth. Exit 90 at North Route 31. Take Route 31 North approximately 7 miles to the town of Algonquin. Turn West (left) on Washington Street (two blocks North of the Mobil station at Huntington Drive). Victorian Rose Garden Bed & Breakfast is in the second block on the right. Off-street parking is available.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, County Fairs, Minor League Baseball, Medieval Times, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Casino, Museums, Theater, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Piano, VCR, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi