Originariamente costruito nel 1886, Manderley era la casa di Davide e Adda Howie. David era un commerciante di carbone, veterano della guerra civile e un membro di spicco di Milwaukee Society. Adda, noto come "Lady Howie", è stato un autore pubblicato, lobbista, e di fama mondiale innovatore delle tecniche di allevamento da latte. La casa è ora quotata al Registro Nazionale dei luoghi storici di eccezionale importanza architettonica.
4,6 su agosto 24, 2013
Never considered myself a B&B person but always wanted to stay at one. So on a road trip to watch the St. Louis Cardinals, we decided to stay at Manderley. Andy and Marie could not be nicer. Marie is a GREAT cook.....not okay, GREAT and I consider myself a good cook. Breakfast was outstanding every day. Located in a not so great neighborhood, but located easy to get any where in Milwaukee. If you are a B&B person.....you'll be very happy. Make sure you say hey to Rufus.....he rocks!
4,6 su luglio 24, 2012
We stayed 3 nights in July 2012 and found this to be a great B & B.
5 su giugno 01, 2011
This B&B was great all-around. We enjoyed a lovely Memorial holiday weekend stay at Manderley while taking in a few games at Miller Park. Conveniently located near downtown & other local attractions, it was extremely easy to get to. Both myself & my fiance were very impressed with the craftmanship, detail & hardwork that went into restoring this beautiful victorian home. From top to bottom, beginning to end - this was the most enjoyable stay we've had at any B&B. The owners, Andrew & Marie were so welcoming & very knowledgeable about the homes history. We definitely plan on staying at Manderley again.
Milwaukee, WI (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.) 9 miles
Camino, Jacuzzi, Accesso a internet , TV, VCR, Wi-Fi, Internet via cavo
Andrew and Marie Parker