The Juniper Inn was honored to be named by Fodor's as a Door County "hotel favorite" in March 2013. The Inn is located on 7 private acres of natural surroundings, just down the road from Peninsula State Park. The elegant, country style of the Inn, tranquil rural setting and lovely views offer guests the perfect place to kick off their shoes and relax. Photos of each room, rates and policies are on our web site.
5 on July 02, 2013
My husband and I had a three night stay at the Juniper Inn and totally fell in love with this place. The Inn keeper was such an interesting man and we found great pleasure visiting with him The room was welcoming and the morning breakfast were yummy..Thanks so much for the time to relax and get time to ourselves..
4.8 on October 28, 2012
This was our second visit to the Juniper Inn and it was even better than we remembered. Lovely rooms and site. Innkeeper Mark is a splendid host. We were warmly received and by the end of our brief stay we felt we were saying goodbye to a dear friend. Highly recommended.
4.6 on October 14, 2012
A sudden, mid-week visit found our former favorite haunt unavailable. I always state that things work out the way they're supposed to, and we're glad we found the Juniper Inn. Great accomodations, super freindly host and a beautiful, serene setting. We will be back.
4.6 on September 04, 2011
Nice, recent construction specifically as a B&B. Rooms nice, in near center of Door County. Very helpful suggestions for things to do in the area that fit us well.
4.2 on July 25, 2011
The Juniper Inn is an outstanding place to stay. The Inn is clean, the service is great, the rooms are pretty, and has many beautiful touches.
4.0 on September 23, 2010
As we drove down Maple Grove road under the canopy of tree boughs, we realized that we were comfortably off the main road, yet close enough to Fish Creek where you can shop and dine yourself silly. We walked in, rang Mr. Sneen's doorbell, and from the instant he answered the door, he made us feel like we were home. He showed us to our room, and the reason we picked this inn initially is that it was not cluttered with antiques like most others (which generally makes me claustrophobic.) We were in the Maple Room, and not only could I breath but I could actually move around comfortably. It was a room I wanted to sit in, not escape from. In the span of ten minutes, Mark offers tenants cookies from a cookie jar, and sherrie in your room. And if you have never been to Fish Creek and need ideas for eateries, listen to his recommendations because he never steered us wrong once, even when we were looking for something to do. His breakfasts are a great time to meet the other tenants; Marks sometimes talks as well. He takes the time to get to know you. You have to try his granola mixed with the fruit soup. It's awesome. My wife and I enjoyed our stay a lot. You will too if you are truly looking for an escape, and not a place to watch HI-Def TV or sit in front of a computer all day.
5 on August 08, 2010
Reasons why this place is great: 1). Rooms are beautiful and clean. 2). The location is gorgeous. 3). Mark, the Innkeeper, is one of the friendliest person you will ever meet. 4). The breakfast is outstanding. 5). The prices are very affordable. I highly recommend the Juniper Inn
5 on July 13, 2010
The owner/inkeeper was wonderful. Very warm, friendly and interesting. He was never intrusive, but always around when we needed him for advise, directions, info, etc. Just perfect. The room was warm, inviting and spotless. Brandy at the bedside?? Classy! The view: forget about it! The juniper grove is burned in my head -- and, oh, the quiet and peacefulness of swaying trees, woodpeckers and whip-poor-wills! Am I in a B&B or an 18th century novel! Breakfast was simple -- and OH those daily home-made muffens. Mark outdoes himself daily! How he manages to convey country charm in a modern wood and glass home is beyond me. Perfect design. And a library! Books, DVDs. And a porch, did I mention the porch...and that's if you don't want to sit on your OWN porch/deck. I could have just spent three days napping on that deck. Believe me when I tell you that this is a little gem tucked away just outside of those cute little towns...just a mile in from Fish Creek. You, the stars, the night sounds. Why go anywhere else when in this neighborhood. The price was right. Give this place a chance if you can get in. Richard (R&R, Los Angeles)
5 on June 29, 2010
The Juniper Inn is a fantastic establishment! My wife and I felt like we were right at home. The In-keeper was very friendly and extremely generous. I would recommend this B&B to everyone. Don't miss out...it is a real treasure of Door County! :)
Green Bay, WI (GRB-Austin Strauble Field) 75 miles
Turn right out of the airport parking lot. The road you are on becomes Highway 43. Follow it to the Highway 57 'Sturgeon Bay' exit. Take Highway 57 through Sturgeon Bay. The road will eventually split into Highways 57 and 42. Take Highway 42 north through Fish Creek, toward Ephraim. Look for the Ephraim town sign. The next road on your right is Maple Grove Road. Turn onto Maple Grove Road. The Juniper Inn is 1 mile down on your left. You will notice our red copula and the Inn's sign on the big oak tree out front.
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