Charming turn-of-the century brick farm house with a touch of elegance. Four distinctive guest rooms, each with a private full bath. Book the entire house or reserve a single guest room. Self-serve continental breakfast. Free wireless internet. Handicap accessible.Off-street parking. Surrounded by the spectacular beauty of the Mississippi River bluffs, the Village House Inn is just minutes from the Great River Road National Scenic Byway, historic downtown Winona, and the campuses of Saint Mary’s University and Winona State University.
Overlooking the quaint cottages of University Village, the North room is a quiet refuge. Two large windows provide a view of the setting sun behind the bluffs. Queen-sized bed. Private bath with tub and shower.
Nightly Rate: $129/$90
With sunny views of Gilmore Valley, the South Room is set apart from the other rooms on the second floor and is situated next to a comfortable sitting room. Spacious full bath with tub &amp;amp; shower and an extra closet. Queen-sized bed.
Nightly Rate: $129/$90
With views of St. Mary's University campus, the East Room features two twin sized beds, writing desk, and wicker chair. Pale blue walls, white trim, and white bedding make this room calm and airy. Private bath with tub and shower.
Nightly Rate: $129/$90
The West Room is our largest room, the only room located on the main level, and is entirely handicap accessible. Private door to the adjoining patio. Double closet with sliding doors. Queen-size bed. Private full bath with handicap shower
Nightly Rate: $129/$90
5 on September 02, 2013
We were 7 women who are friends from college that stayed at the Village House Inn. The Inn was absolutely beautiful and very well kept. We were provided with food in the fridge and general kitchen which was meant for breakfast but also provided us with delicious snacks and drinks throughout the day. I am from Minneapolis and have never spent any time in Winona and was very pleasantly surprised by how beautiful that part of Minnesota/Wisconsin is and how much there was for us to do. We had a WONDERFUL weekend at this Inn and will definitely be recommending it to my friends looking for a weekend away!
3.0 on August 31, 2013
This was a very nice place to stay but was lacking the breakfast part of the b&b. It is a self serve breakfast, so you miss out on the charm of the whole b&b experience. The house was very clean and nice and the person we met was really sweet. No dining service. So it was just really a place to sleep with a few sweets left out from the afternoon before. Not so appealing.
Our self-serve continental breakfast is perfect for guests who prefer to eat light and on their own schedule. A breakfast of homemade pastries, homemade granola, oatmeal, Greek yogurt, fruit, juice, and coffee or tea is prepared the night before so that its ready to go for early risers. The patio is a favorite spot for lingering over morning coffee, or just grab a muffin and head out exploring for the day.
5 on August 29, 2013
I had the great pleasure of staying at the Village House Inn with a group of women I went to college with - we reunited this year as we all turned 50! What a charming place to spend time together. We slipped so easily into long ago patterns of talking: roommates in very comfortable rooms, with their own bathrooms, rather than bathrooms down the hall; little groups in the sitting area upstairs; and all of us in the very comfy chairs in the living room. We even enjoyed the grand piano as there was a musician in the bunch. We experienced a place well cared for, with delicous food, and where all details have been anticipated! Because of the comfort and quiet of the Inn, some of our plans changed during the weekend as we just wanted to spend more time there. Our group really looks forward to going back. I have done a lot of traveling for my career and I simply cannot recommend the Inn highly enough!!!
4.8 on August 09, 2013
What a fabulous time I had in Winona MN, when I stayed at The Village House Inn. It was home away form home but more. I went to Winona to attend a training/conference for my home business and made it a "me" time as well. I decided to stay in this B&B instead of the usual hotel. For a price that is slightly lower than the traditional hotel, I have a house with bedroom all to myself on my first night; It's a roomy home, have a huge TV, very well-kept and there's a grand piano. I ended up borrowing DVDs from a local video store; I packed the fridge with food I eat - its was truly home. I love the "fresh" and clean smell of the house. There's Keurig coffee maker and complete with house supplies. My housemaster, Anne and her son and daughter welcomed me and they were very friendly and warm. I locked myself out one night, and help was there right away. Anne is a thoughtful and tasteful host. It was a two night get-away I needed. I came back to my own home, energized and inspired. Thanks for a fabulous experience. I'd like to come back and bring my entire family next time.
4.8 on July 20, 2013
We recently rented the entire house for a family wedding in the area. We could not have been more happier in our choice!! The Inn was spotless! Such history!! The air conditioning was the first thing that greeted us!! It had been a long hot drive and sure appreciated that. Each family member chose their own room and then we gathered together downstairs. Very roomy! We were able to do some outside games together as well. All slept very well as the beds were comfy! We awoke to some yummy treats left by our inn keeper in the morning. It was the BEST spot to stay. We were able to gather as an extended family, enjoy each others company in a very private, lovely setting. Great time was had by all & we would love to return again!
Rochester, MN (RST)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Winona State University, Saint Mary's University, Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Mississippi River, Great River Road National Scenic By-Way, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails
Other, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, Desk, Internet Service, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Hairdryer
Please note: The innkeeper does not live on site.
Surrounded by the spectacular beauty of the Mississippi River bluffs, the Village House Inn is just minutes from the Great River Road National Scenic Byway, historic downtown Winona, and the campuses of Saint Mary’s University and Winona State University. A wonderful place to explore any time of year, Winona offers unlimited outdoor recreation and world-class art, music, theater, and architecture. Each of our distinctive guest rooms has a private full bath. Book the entire house for a private retreat with friends and family, or reserve a single guest room for a romantic getaway. Continental breakfast and free wireless internet. Handicap accessible.
Book three rooms, get the fourth room free! The Village House is ideal for family gatherings or a weekend getaway with friends. A whole house rental includes all four double-occupancy guest rooms¿each with a full private bath, all indoor and outdoor spaces, and a continental breakfast for eight.