We welcome you to Springdale Inn! Our 97 acre paradise is a world away, yet close to Madison and all good happenings! Blessed with a south-facing hillside of native prairie and oak savanna, abundant wildlife, an enchanting hardwood forest, and a pristine bottomland creek, we are only 25 minutes to downtown Madison, and 8 minutes to EPIC in Verona and Mt. Horeb. We offer you the best of ALL worlds. Take in all that Madison, Mt. Horeb, and Spring Green have to offer! Summer festivals and events abound, including the Art Fair on The Square, the Taste of Madison, and art, music, and community fairs in our surrounding area. Our air is pristine, our views pastoral, and our miles of hiking trails offer you opportunities for wildlife watching, an invigorating run, or the full body delight of a refreshing dip in our creek on a hot summer afternoon. Picnic under one of or ancient Burr Oak trees, and enjoy the inimitable taste of wild raspberries and blackberries. When night falls, watch the stars come out to play! Founded in 2012, we at Springdale Inn are proud to be a GREEN B&B! Our mission is to provide a premier hospitality experience for our guests while living lightly upon our precious earth.
4.6 on July 25, 2016
This was my first time at a B&B and I was a bit leery of how it would be. My fears were put to rest within minutes of arrival! Springdale is not only located in absolutely beautiful country, but the building and decor blend perfectly with the peaceful setting. The Innkeeper, Nancy, is not only welcoming, she is interesting and a great cook! I stayed six days and wish I could've stayed another six!
5 on July 19, 2016
If you would like a preview to the Prairie Views within this region of Wisconsin, Springdale Inn is a lovely place to begin. This site boasts over 55 acres of prairie flowers (compass plant, purple cone flower, rudbeckia, cup plant) that can be seen from any window. The owner Nancy Hylbert is a wonderful host: the B & B is spacious, rooms are immaculate, and breakfast is delectable. We visited there prior to attending the Prairie Enthusiast picnic. From Springdale it is easy to make stops at other prairie sites: Shea Prairie in Blue Mounds, Parrish Savanna & Pleasure Valley Conservancy near Brigham and Blue Mounds Park, Pleasant Valley Conservancy near Black Earth, and Rettenmund Prairie also in Black Earth. Springdale Inn is a superb overnight destination from which to enjoy many walking/hiking activities.
5 on May 28, 2015
Hey! City Dwellers! Tired of the daily concrete development wrapping around you? Looking for a change of pace? Springdale Inn B&B offers a soft, green landing for your weary psyches. Floor to ceiling windows bring the outside in or hike, bike the area. Just sitting and absorbing the natural world for awhile on one the large porches is okay too. It's all good. And if the rain rolls through the area? Relax! There's lots to do inside with family and friends in the comfortable common spaces including board games, pool table, and ping pong. Our stay there last Sunday (May 24, 2015) was delightful. We'll be back for sure.
5 on October 27, 2014
Springdale Inn is amazing. We primarily stay at B&B's when we travel and out of all B&B visited, Springdale Inn is our favorite. Accommodations are clean. The service is outstanding. The entire B&B is gorgeous. The walking trails, through a newly restored prairie, afford a nice opportunity to see the night sky and a beautiful ancient Oak Tree. The B&B is in a great location as its in close proximity to various hiking trails, various restaurants, night life, etc. Nancy's approach to guests is of the best we've encountered. She was the most gracious and went out of her way to accommodate our early morning schedule. We have never, before, been treated so kindly. If you are looking for a place to stay in, or near Verona, stay here. There is no need to look any further.
5 on October 08, 2014
This was our first B&B and we will definitely be going back when in Madison area. The Sunrise room was wonderful (pictures don’t do it justice) and it had all the bathroom amenities you could need. The house is new and very clean, and Nancy and her staff made us feel welcome the minute we arrived. The breakfasts were amazing!! Nancy made homemade french toast, crepes, cinnamon rolls, egg bakes - all made with local and organic ingredients. Along with the breakfasts, they served wine, cheeses, cookies, and tea/coffee throughout the day. The views and the property were also a wonderful surprise. Even though it was a little chilly we explored the property trails/creek. I would highly recommend Springdale Inn to anyone. Thank you Nancy and staff for making our trip better than imagined!!
4.6 on October 06, 2014
This nugget was found by accident and by luck and I am thankful for it. My company normally uses the corporate hotels in the area, however, due to no vacancies set me up at this B&B. For being my first experience at a B&B it was a delight. As I explained to Nancy, it took me back "many" years to my childhood of growing up on a farm. The hardest part was sleeping in since I did not have to muck the stalls or feed the animals. "Nancy" the owner is very friendly and comforting... almost like talking to a long lost friend. If ever in the area, and under my control, I will definitely be back.
5 on October 06, 2014
I accompanied my fiance on his business trip to Verona for training on the Epic campus. The campus was only a 5 minute drive for him and we enjoyed fantastic breakfasts together- french toast, quiche, and homemade crepes! This bed and breakfast was a refreshing retreat for us. Beautiful views and serene atmosphere all orchestrated by the warm welcoming owner, Nancy. This little jewel definately enhanced our trip to WI.
5 on September 02, 2014
Once we found the place, we had a great experience. The place was beautiful, clean and comfortable. Breakfast on the deck was marvelous.
5 on August 23, 2014
Nancy is a most welcoming hostess, whose bubbling generosity is only matched by the splendor of her "Pocket Prairie". This 2012 B&B is designed for energy efficiency, which basically means there are giant south facing windows that let in radiant natural light throughout the house. Our Sunrise Room was clean and comfy, and the bathroom offered high quality soaps and lotions; there were even soft robes to snuggle in while we took in the view. We enjoyed a magical walk through the prairie, down to a burbling creek; Birding from the large hilltop patio overlooking the countryside; and breakfast, what a breakfast! Nancy and her grandson brought us coffee, and fresh cherry juice, a starter of vanilla yogurt with berries, then came the organic crustless quiche she made with fresh veggies from her garden, and finally mini cinnamon buns! For all this, we paid the same amount you'd pay for a decent king suite in a hotel. This is a singular B&B run by a singular woman, do yourself a favor and see it for yourself!
5 on July 22, 2014
Nancy is a great innkeeper. Her home is just beautiful. I could sit all day and view the beautiful meadows and wildlife. Her attention to detail was surprising. Can't say enough about such a nice Bed & Breakfast
The Sunrise room will delight your senses with its long-range views of the rolling hills and valleys of Southwestern Wisconsin. Enjoy your private bath with a sweet antique tiger oak vanity and solo soaking tub. In the cooler months, you will be warmed by the sun's welcome rays, in this well-designed passive solar room.
Nightly Rate: $200 - $200
Nightly Rate: $200 - $200
With a pastoral view of the countryside, the Sugar River Room is sure to delight. Its passive solar design will warm your body and your spirit on the coldest of winter's sunny days. The luxurious shared bath is footsteps away, and features a two person soaking tub, and a gorgeous antique vanity.
Nightly Rate: $180 - $180
Nightly Rate: $180 - $180
The Robins Nest is dedicated to our feathered friends, and has a view of the woods and sunset to the west, and the expansive sky and hilltops to the north. The luxurious shared bath is footsteps away, and features a two person soaking tub, and a gorgeous antique vanity.
Nightly Rate: $160 - $160
Nightly Rate: $160 - $160
Springdale Suite, located on our first floor, is a delight to the senses with an expansive private bath, featuring a two person soaking tub, double sinks and a walk-in shower. Our guests who do not want to navigate stairs love our Springdale Suite!
Nightly Rate: $220 - $250
The Garden Room is on our lower walk-out level, and features a large south-facing window looking out upon one of our most wonderful gardens! The shared bathe is just across the hall, and features a walk-in shower and a spa bench.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $140
Madison, WI (MSN-Dane County Regional) 25 miles
From Madison, Milwaukee or Chicago, take 12/18 (the Beltline) to the Verona Rd. Hwy 18/151 exit. Turn left on Verona Rd. Verona Rd. turns into Hwy 18/151. Continue on Hwy 18/151 for 13 miles. When you see the sign for Hwy J, move into the left lane, so you will be ready to turn left on Erb Rd. (There is a small green Erb Rd. sign on the right, and Erb Rd. only goes to the left.) Proceed down Erb Rd. for 1.3 miles, and look for our Springdale Inn sign and fire number on the left, 2160 Erb Rd. We wish you a pleasant journey, and we look forward to greeting you at Springdale Inn!
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Other, Homestay, Farm
Alarm clock, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Movie library, Piano, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Workout facility , Complimentary Yoga and Meditation
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Complimentary Yoga and Meditation, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Table Tennis
I have finally found my niche as Innkeeper of Springdale Inn! I am a life-long student of Environmental Stewardship, Eastern Philosophy and Green and Healthy Living. I enjoy prairie and oak savanna restoration, gardening, cooking, bird watching, meeting new people, and silent sports including hiking, snow shoeing, and swimming. I practice and teach gentle hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Wisconsin Cherry Crepes
Delectable crepes filled with Wisconsin cherries, and served with Wisconsin cream cheese and pure maple syrup from Wisconsin!