Originally built in 1886, Manderley was the home of David and Adda Howie. David was a coal merchant, Civil War veteran and a prominent member of Milwaukee Society. Adda, known as “Lady Howie”, was a published author, lobbyist, and world famous innovator of dairy farming techniques. The house is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places for outstanding architectural significance.
4.6 on August 24, 2013
Never considered myself a B&B person but always wanted to stay at one. So on a road trip to watch the St. Louis Cardinals, we decided to stay at Manderley. Andy and Marie could not be nicer. Marie is a GREAT cook.....not okay, GREAT and I consider myself a good cook. Breakfast was outstanding every day. Located in a not so great neighborhood, but located easy to get any where in Milwaukee. If you are a B&B person.....you'll be very happy. Make sure you say hey to Rufus.....he rocks!
4.6 on July 24, 2012
We stayed 3 nights in July 2012 and found this to be a great B & B.
5 on June 01, 2011
This B&B was great all-around. We enjoyed a lovely Memorial holiday weekend stay at Manderley while taking in a few games at Miller Park. Conveniently located near downtown & other local attractions, it was extremely easy to get to. Both myself & my fiance were very impressed with the craftmanship, detail & hardwork that went into restoring this beautiful victorian home. From top to bottom, beginning to end - this was the most enjoyable stay we've had at any B&B. The owners, Andrew & Marie were so welcoming & very knowledgeable about the homes history. We definitely plan on staying at Manderley again.
Milwaukee, WI (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.) 9 miles