Come visit and step back in time at Isadora's Bed & Breakfast. This large beautiful Victorian Queen Anne styled home was built in 1983 for the owner's wife, Isadora. We offer 4 beautifully appointed guest rooms, all with private bathrooms. All rooms have central air, flat screen LCD TV/DVD, and free Wi-FI. We serve a full gourmet breakfast, along with nightly desserts. Complimentary beverages are available throughout the day. Isadora's B&B is located just a short stroll from the quaint West Bend Downtown area. Several fine restaurants are within walking distance. During the summer, Downtown features a fabulous Farmer's market on Saturday mornings, along with "Music On Main" concerts on Thursday evenings. Come visit and let us pamper you!
5 on April 29, 2015
Nicely restored home with excellent rooms and facilities. The innkeepers were very nice, knowledgeable and accommodating and the food was excellent. If I ever stay in the West Bend area again, I will look to stay at Isadora's B&B again and recommend them to anyone going to the area.
3.4 on April 21, 2015
The room was very nice and the food was delicious and beautifully presented in a relaxing, quiet atmosphere. The history of the house and the Victorian décor was very interesting. There are period dresses on mannequins throughout the house. The owner was quietly friendly and knew a lot about the area and where to eat. It’s a short walk to the downtown area.
5 on November 09, 2014
Charming lodgings, well situated, with caring, attentive hosts and gourmet breakfasts. We have stayed there before and will certainly do so again!
5 on October 28, 2014
Great location, perfect hosts, comfortable accommodation and delicious breakfasts!
5 on October 04, 2014
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.
4.8 on August 31, 2014
Nice house and grounds to tour. Loved the porch in the morning.
5 on August 18, 2014
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.
5 on August 04, 2014
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.
4.6 on July 30, 2014
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
4.2 on July 10, 2014
This is a homey place to stay. It is a fun experience to have a meal with other guests and to learn about them.
Atop the grand staircase, lose yourself amidst the ambience of grand Victorian living, surrounded by pink silk,satin, and lace. The furniture pieces are all beutiful antiques. Your restful slumberwill be in a queen-size bed fitted with sultry Egyptian linens. The private attached bathroom has a whirlpool tub/handheld showerombo and boasts the original marble counter cherub sink.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Aunique expression of tailored fabrics surrounds this room with a sunny disposition. The golden oak queen-size bed is equipped with a sidestep. French doors open to a small porch with a bird's eye view of the east yard filled with giant maple trees. An armoire hides the TV/DVD and a handsome collection of Indian baskets. The unattached private bathroom is right nexy door and has a unique claw-foot tub and tiled shower. Robes are provided during your stay.
Nightly Rate: $99 - $99
This early Americana flavor of the bedroom and bathroom provide the entry to a devine linear four seasons sunroom. The room has a comfy overstuffed chair/ottoman and vintage wicker furniture. Enjoy the collection of watercolors by Wisconsin artist Dorothy Reimer. Grab a good book and escape for the day. The antique full-sized sleigh bed has a pillowtop mattress and the attached private bathroom is equipped with a full-size shower.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
This cozy room will remind you of the French countryside. It is located on the third floor of the home. It is filled with antique furniture, classic literature, and English teacups. The bed is full-size and white linens abound. The anattached private bathroom is right next door and has a tub/shower combination. Bath robes are provided during your stay.
Nightly Rate: $79 - $79
Downtown, Small town
Milwaukee, WI (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.) 45 miles
Approximately 1 mile east of Hwy.45 on Hwy. 33 (Washington Ave.). Turn left on 8th Ave. for 1 block. Isadora's is on the corner of Beech St. & 8th Avenue.
Art Galleries, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Washington County Fairpark, Kettle Moraine Area, Ice- Age Trail, Holy Hill National Shrine, Golf, Eisenbahn State Trail, Picnic area, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
Bath robes, Board games, Fireplace, Library, Piano , DVD's, Whirlpool / One room, Bath Robes / 2 rooms, Lots of public space for gatherings
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Hiking trails
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten free