Pickwick Inn Bed and Breakfast hosts, Dave & Jane Moyer, invite you to share the charm of their Victorian home. Named after The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens, the Inn pampers you in charmingly decorated bedrooms named for Victorian authors. Antiques, queen size beds, fireplaces and private bathrooms grace each bedroom. Relax in the double whirlpool tub in the Louisa May Alcott or Charles Dickens bedroom. The skylight accents the sitting area of the Arthur Conan Doyle room. The Agatha Christie room displays Agatha's hats. Wake up to a full breakfast of mouth-watering entrees on the large screened porch. East Troy, home of the Electric Railroad, is surrounded by lakes. It is close to the Kettle Moraine Forest, Alpine Valley and Lake Geneva. To see pricing and availability, visit our website, .pickwickinn.
5 on April 22, 2016
As other reviewers have said, the breakfast was delicious and abundant. You won’t need to eat lunch. We didn’t. The home and rooms were spacious, well decorated and very clean. The bed was quite comfortable and the neighborhood was quaint and quiet. The hosts were welcoming, accessible and attentive without hovering. While there are not TVs in the individual rooms, there was a large screen TV in the common room, and there was free Wifi. We had hoped to eat dinner at Ivans, but they were closed on a Monday night, so we went to Mukwonago and ate a delicious dinner at Fork in the Road. A charming alternative to staying in Lake Geneva. And a good value. Thank you Dave and Jane for helping to make our 20th anniversary so special!
5 on April 16, 2016
The owners were so friendly and the Inn has a very relaxing atmosphere. Breakfast was unbelievable. Cannot wait to visit again. Glenn
5 on April 05, 2016
This was our second visit and we decided to try a different room than our first stay this time choosing the Doyle room. Once again, just a fabulous retreat for us, Quiet, clean, comfortable and affordable. The breakfast was amazing and there is a fun restaurant two blocks away for lunches or dinners. You really cannot beat the value the Pickwick Inn offers. We'll be back again.
5 on April 05, 2016
My wife and I visited the Pickeick Inn this spring and enjoyed a relaxing stay plus we got to meet Jane and her husband. They are fantastic hosts and we look forward to visiting again.
4.6 on March 30, 2016
We had a very nice stay at the Pickwick and would definitely go there again. The accommodations were welcoming and comfy and the breakfast was wonderful. Plenty to eat and more!!
5 on March 25, 2016
Friendly Hosts, Quiet, Cozy, will go back.
5 on March 23, 2016
We try to stay at different B&B's but the Pickwick Inn is one of our favorites. Jane and Dave are gracious hosts and breakfast is outstanding. You won't leave hungry. We stayed in the Louisa May Alcott room the first time and the Charles Dickens room this past February. Both are spacious with a fireplace and whirlpool tubs. We came here to decompress (my husband says decompose.) Our favorite room is the library where we get lost in a book and don't feel guilty about it. Ivan's on the Square is a very good restaurant, and don't miss the ice cream parlor, both walking distance from the Pickwick.
4.6 on March 23, 2016
We enjoyed our weekend at the Pickwick Inn. The house was beautiful and tastefully decorated. The hosts were kind and welcoming. Breakfast was delicious and served family style. We enjoyed chatting with the other guests at breakfast.
5 on March 21, 2016
Our second visit was too short, but as equally wonderful as our first. This really is a gem of a place that is a great value for the experience. We highly recommend it.
5 on March 15, 2016
My boyfriend and I had a great time staying at Pickwick Inn. Dave & Jane were extremely accommodating. The rooms were so cute and romantic. Great fireplace and romantic Jacuzzi tub in our room, I recommend the Louisa May Alcott room! And breakfast was delicious!! Everything we could want to fill up before a day of skiing at Alpine close by. Thank you Dave & Jane!
Small town, Village
Milwaukee, WI (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.) 35 miles
From intersection of I-43 (between Milwaukee and Beloit) and Hwy. 20, go west on Hwy 20 about 1 mile, turn left (south) on Division St., turn right on Union St. (second street to right), Pickwick Inn is on the right about 1 1/2 blocks down.
Antique Shopping, Beach, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Electric Trolley, Ten Chimneys- Histori Landmark, Lake Geneva, Elegant Farmer, U. W.- Whitewater, Old World Wisconsin, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, CD player, DVD Player, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, snowmobiling, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade
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