A family wedding brought me to the area and I found the Red Forest Bed and Breakfast with a Google search. What a great find it was! The house was easily found in a beautiful area of Wisconsin. The home is beautiful and comfortably furnished. Breakfast each morning was delicious and the other guests talked about all of the interesting activities in the area. The hosts were gracious and welcoming. I would highly recommend the Red Forest Bed and Breakfast anytime you're in the area. You can't go wrong!
Three night stay in a charming setting. Enjoyed the parlor and upstairs bedroom. Well appointed. Quiet. Excellent breakfast. Meet some interesting travelers. Good location for our adventures
A local gem. 52 Stafford is in a renovated corner of the historic Henry C. Laack Building in Plymouth, Wisconsin. The staff is welcoming, and accomodating. The Irish pub in the lobby is a great place to relax and visit. Food is excellent.
This was our first visit and will most likely not be our last. Very nice rooms and super good breakfast. Found lots to do in this area. Brought our bikes and did 2 days of biking on 2 super nice paved trails. Visited a cheese factory and found lots of places to eat at. Very nice.
We had a very relaxing time. Thank you for taking care of everything we might need. We enjoyed the wonderful breakfast outside in your beautiful garden! We're so glad we came across your b&b. Truly a great spot for a peaceful stay!
While planning my fishing trip, I stumbled upon Tauschek"s B&B on a lark. I was fortunate (and I REALLY DO MEAN FORTUNATE) enough to land a room on a Thursday night during a racing weekend. Steve and Mary Jane both made me feel at home, and gave me the chance to meet their beautiful pup Harley. The breakfast was excellent, and the local hiking and fishing is well worth the visit.
What's inside that glowing jewelbox of a building? Jewels! The beautifully appointed two-story rooms offer a restful atmosphere. After a good night's sleep, you saunter downstairs and meet the warm smile of the charming young innkeeper who whips up a perfect jewel of a breakfast - not a meal that tries to hard or cheats with sweet toppingstoppings. Like the inn itself, the experience is more wholesome and authentic. The little jewel of a town does its part too: charming and authentic. Overall, the inn imparts an experience that you can take home with you and look forward to another refreshing visit.
WOW! What a fantastic place. Our first B&B and what a wonderful find! The breakfasts were amazing and even were able to offer delicious, multiple selections, and Gluten free menu for my diet!! Even fresh pressed orange juice. Totally spoiled and pampered on this trip! As far as cleanliness....IMMACULATE! Not one dust speck to be found anywhere! We'll be back Father Wind :)
The place was nice and the food was good. The only detractor was that it had no elevator and the front stairs lead you into the area where people eat meals. It is a bit like using the lobby of an old hotel as the restaurant. It was not a problem, it was just unique. Service was excellent. Food was very good.
The house and rooms are nice enough. I've stayed in B&Bs before, but the sound from other rooms is much more easily transmitted than I expected. The bed was a disaster. Every micro movement resulted in the entire bed wiggling and squeaking. Neither of us could sleep well. I suspect there was something amiss with the frame or something loose which could have been fixed. However, the owner's attitude was that 'you just can't please everyone' instead of 'what can we do to make your stay more comfortable'. We drove back home after the first night with no apology or compensation. We felt like unwanted house guests rather than paying customers.
This was our first time at a B & B and we picked a great place. Good breakfast, clean room and great bed. Plenty of suggestions on sights to see and very nice people. Allowing us to use the kitchen and items on our own for coffee, etc was very convenient. Thank you for a great first time experience!
Our stay at the Rochester Inn was really lovely, and if we could have stayed longer we would not have hesitated for a second! The hostess at the Inn was polite and respectful of our privacy, and the room we stayed in (the Trowbridge room) was delightful and elegant. Our breakfast in the morning was delicious, and we wished we could have spent another night. My husband and I will definitely come back to enjoy a longer stay in the future so that we can experience another room and hopefully get a chance to relax in their garden patio with nicer weather!
We had an awesome stay. Everything was amazing. We felt like we were in the Northwoods with it being so relaxing. We had tons of fun walking Harley (or maybe Harley walked us). We will for sure be back to enjoy the other rooms. Thank you Mary Jane and Steve for your hospitality. God bless!!!
We had the pleasure of staying two nights at the Rochester Inn. This was one of the top experiences that I have had on a getaway. Everyone we spoke with during or stay was friendly, knowledgeable and easy to ok to. I actually felt like I was at home. This is definitely on my list to stay again.
We have been visiting the Elkhart Lake Wisconsin area for the past couple of years. Each trip we like to book a room at Tauschek's B & B Log Home. The home is open and inviting to all guests. The rooms are comfortable, spacious, very private and spotlessly clean. Our breakfasts have always been appealing to the eye and taste. The breakfast area is bright, cheerful and inviting for the guests. In this home you feel like family because Steve and Mary Jane are wonderful hosts.
We stayed at the Red Forest in January, and we couldn't have asked for a more comfortable place to stay in winter. Our room was lovely, we read in the little fireplace nook, had wine before dinner in the parlor, and, because the game table was out for refinishing, we played board games in the dining room with the owner's blessing. Kay and Alan were perfect hosts. And "Trivers" is a fun town with miles of beautiful trail along Lake Michigan.