First time B & B stay...working on my bucket list...this place is absolutely wonderful. Close to everything...knowledgable innkeepers...beautiful historical home..great food and service...Highly recommend as a restful vacay destination.
Sally and Chris were very accommodating, friendly, and attentive. We were impressed. Property is absolutely wonderful and the atmosphere and room were extremely relaxing and comfortable. It was the perfect stay during the races at Road America for us!
My wife and I were looking for something to do for our wedding anniversary. We didn't have the time to do a big trip and living near Chicago makes it pretty difficult some times to find things to do out side of the city. Isadora's B&B was the perfect place. It is run by the nicest people who pay close attention to detail and provide a great atmosphere. The food was amazing and they even went out of there way to accommodate my wife's gluten intolerance. We highly recommend it and plan on returning.
This B & B is definitely one of the best we've stayed in. The house is done in Victorian style to match what was in fashion then. Every detail was attended to. The host and hostess are very friendly and helpful. The breakfasts were delicious. I highly recommend staying here.
This was my husbands first time at a B&B, though I've had many. He loved it and I have to be honest, this one was my favorite. He would rather stay at B&B's in the future instead of hotels. Darrell was there to meet us at the door and made sure there was appropriate parking for my hubby's collector car as we were returning from a car show. He gave us a tour and our eyes were racing to take in all the beauty of this magnificent home. We were treated with dessert and beverages which we enjoyed on the wrap around porch. We watched day turn into night and swung on the porch swing catching glimpses of the fireflies. The room was cozy and had extra touches of period decorations and furniture. The chocolates next to the bed was a nice surprise also. Breakfast was outstanding, better than any restaurant we could have found. Banana muffins, broiled grapefruit, quiche, bacon, fresh orange juice and fruit were served on beautiful china on top of the ornate dining room furniture. Take the time to explore the history and artifacts in this home. There was great time and care in the decorating and there was much to take in. Darrell and Deb was wonderful hosts and we truly hated to leave. Steinie and Lori, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
We stayed here for the proximity to downtown. The inn was quiet and the proprietor was very friendly and courteous. During a brief rain spell, we relaxed on the porch swing and were dry and comfortable. I plan to come back here again.
Warm and comfortable. They offered a wide assortment of reading materials and many places to enjoy them. I was upgraded to a different room which offered more privacy. Breakfast was very filling and delicious.
We spend five nights at this wonderful, historic B&B. Each day started with a fabulous breakfast. The presentation was awesome and the taste was even better. Our room was filled with beautiful antiques and connected to a lovely sitting area. The downstairs parlor and dining rooms were like a living is a museum. And sitting on the porch was so relaxing. Deb & Darrell were tremendous hosts. We highly recommend this wonderful B&B.
Our stay at Isadora's was a spontaneous one. We live in West Bend and have always wondered about the big beautiful house on the hill. Last night my husband said "lets go", we called and they were happy to accommodate us last minute. The house was captivating. The history of the house is so intriguing, I felt like I was being told a bed time story. The owners have an equally interesting one so our stay was restful but quite adventurous for the mind. Loved it!
The French Nook is on the 3rd floor of the house, and stairs from 2nd floor are narrow and steep. Carrying luggage upstairs from 1st floor can be difficult, and no assistance was offered - although in fairness, we did not ask. Room is tiny and has no closet, so unpacking except for socks and underwear (there is drawer space) is not an option. Also, we found the room quite chilly. While it was acceptable for a one-night stay, I wouldn't choose the French Nook again. We stayed in a 2nd floor room on a prior visit and thought it was very nice. Breakfast was tasty and nicely presented, and the innkeepers are very pleasant. The location is ideal. I'd recommend Isadora's to anyone and hope to stay there again - just not in the Nook.
We were only supposed to be stopping through but it was tough to leave. The garden is lovely and lots of outdoor seating is offered. The big antique bathtub is heavenly. The sun porch upstairs is a great place to read. And it's a lot of fun to look at all the vintage clothing and antiques. I didn't get to visit much with the owners but they seem very interesting.
We used Isadora's as a base for the Strawberry Festival and other attractions, and our choice could not have been a better one. Our hosts were charming people. We loved our room with its room overlooking the garden, and every inch of this b&b is wonderful to explore. We'll be back.
What a surprise for Rose to turn 61 and get to sleep in the room called "Country Rose". Since we saw good live music that evening, this became her best birthday. The interior of Isidora's provides all the distraction you need, and the grounds are well-groomed. What a place!