This Victorian farmhouse, located in western WI was once the focal point of a 518 acre horse farm, owned by a lumber baron. A century ago trotters circled the oval tracks at Oaklawn Stock Farm. Today, stay and be enveloped by the quiet comforts of another time. We provide the amenities, including wi-fi, refreshments and accommodation for special diets, to make your visit with us effortless. Come for business, UW-Stout, family, biking the Red Cedar Trail or a show at the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. Enjoy the peaceful screened porch, birds, walking paths, the stillness of a brilliant sunset and the warmth and hospitality that is the true character of such a grand old house.
4.8 on February 11, 2014
I was traveling for business to Menomonie for 3 nights and did not want to stay in a 2 to 3 star hotel. Google searches lead me to Oaklawn. After viewing the web site and initial contact with Maggie, I told our cooperate travel agent that Oaklawn was where I wanted to stay. Maggie matched the room rates to any local hotels. What a beautiful, comfortable home. One of my comments to Maggie was that prior to my visit I had never been called by any Hilton property (which is where I usually stay) to discuss what I wanted for breakfast, what could be done to make my stay more pleasant as well as local restaurants and activities. The home cooked breakfasts were fabulous. The accommodations were very comfortable and relaxing. My next trip to the Menomonie area I will be staying at Oaklawn.
5 on September 25, 2013
We celebrated a friend's birthday in fine style thanks to the help of Maggie the owner of the Oaklawn Inn. Prior to our arrival she made several suggestions for massages, lunch and dinner spots and things to do in general. The inn was comfortable and homey. The breakfast was great. We were treated like very special guests.
5 on August 13, 2013
My family enjoyed staying here very much! Maggie was very welcoming, and the two connected rooms worked very well for our family of five. We also appreciated how accommodating she was about the breakfast menu -- our two boys have mild autism and have a restricted diet while the rest of us enjoyed her fancier homemade fare. I am working on a travel guide for historic lodging and I appreciated the time Maggie took to tell me about the history of this unique place. Sitting for an afternoon on the big porch felt like traveling back in time. It was wonderful! I heartily recommend this place for families, couples, and anyone wanting a charming bnb experience. Sonja Rouillard
4.8 on June 14, 2013
A small professional meeting was made special when out-of-town members stayed at Oaklawn Inn. Breakfast was delightful, and took into consideration dietary needs. Informal discussions on the porch in the rain were a highlight of the meeting.
5 on June 13, 2013
I had such a lovely experience at Oaklawn Inn. The rooms were well appointed and comfortable and so clean, and the porch was even better. We spent a morning meeting in the rain on the covered and screened porch looking out over the trees and lawn. Very peaceful and productive at the same time. Mostly, I appreciate Maggie's attention to the food. I have a fair number of restrictions that aren't always easy to work with, and she contacted me in advance and then prepared a delicious and fresh breakfast that was perfect for me.
Minneapolis, MN (MSP-Minneapolis-St. Paul Intl.) 70 miles
Take I-494 East to I-94, East, to Wisconsin. One hour to exit 41, highway 25, Meomonie. Go south on 25, three miles to downtown. Go east on 12/29, three miles to Red Cedar Street, turn right, south. Go 1/4 mile to stop sign at Technology Dr. Turn left, go 1/4 mile to driveway on left. Lighted sign for Oaklawn.
Board games, CD player, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, TV, Telephone, Washer/dryer , Overnight storage for bikes & motorcycles, Can accommodate special diets
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten free, lactose