The Brewery Creek Inn includes five rooms on Commerce Street, the Springside Cottage, and The Miners' Cottage both on Shake Rag Street. Our Restaurant is in the Commerce Street building. The Brewery Creek Craft Brewery occupies the rear of the building on Commerce Street. Three reasons to visit! Check out our Lodging Specials and restaurant menu on our web site.
5 on November 29, 2013
Stayed in room 6 and it was just perfect!
5 on November 25, 2013
We are usually not big fans of Bed and Breakfasts as we like our privacy. But, we felt perfectly comfortable at Brewery Creek. The common breakfast area was comfortable and convenient. The staff were very accomodating and we felt more like fellow residents instead of guests. The rooms were quiet and the old building had a great "feel" to it. We could not have enjoyed our stay more! Tom and Sue.
4.8 on November 19, 2013
Ours was a simple one-night get-away for an old married couple who just needed an escape from the kids for 24 hours. Living in the Madison area, Mineral Point is far enough from home to feel like a mini-vacation, but close enough should we need to run back home to relieve a sitter. First, let me say that we are fans of Mineral Point and have enjoyed several visits to the area over the years. The galleries are a draw, as is the old used book store right next to the Brewery. We've even enjoyed a few dinners at the Brewery in the past. Knowing how much we've enjoyed the restaurant and the service there, it was a no-brainer to book a room there too. Truth-be-told, being a family on a budget, the prices were steeper than we're used to. But the accommodations were stellar and well worth it! We arrived just before 8 pm with the full knowledge that the restaurant stopped serving at 8:30. I was a little nervous about arriving so late -- it was Friday Fish Fry night, afterall, and I thought it would be difficult to secure a table. When we arrived, the owner greeted us pleasantly, took us to our room and gave us a little tour of the building. We were soooo impressed with how well the rooms had been built. Clearly, this was a major investment, both in restructure and in decor. Very well done! Surprisingly, our room was advertised as the smallest, yet it was quite spacious with an electric fire place in the bedroom and a massive whirlpool tub in the bathroom. We settled in and went back downstairs where a table was waiting for us. The menu is quite extensive. We had a hard time deciding what to order! May I suggest the charbroiled chicken with the Kentucky Bourbon sauce and carmelized onion? Yowza! We topped off our mini-vaca with a drive to Spring Green and a show at American Players Theater. Couldn't have been better!
4.6 on November 13, 2013
We stayed in a cabin built in 1836 for miners in the mining/railroad town of Mineral Point, Wisconsin. The cabin has all the modern conveniences, (including wifi and cable tv) , and is very clean and well maintained. There are several rooms, some added later than the original, but all quaint and comfortable. The restaurant at Brewery Creek serves four different and tasty home brewed beers. The food and service is excellent. Friendly atmosphere. Relaxing stay. Good base for tour of the town. Scott and Deb Wycherley, Townsend, WI
4.0 on November 03, 2013
My husband and I and another couple with whom we enjoy traveling, spent two nights in the Brewery Creek historic cottage which has been transformed into a cozy B&B duplex. We were greeted at the Brewery Creek Restaurant by a very congenial host, a clever breakfast basket and the keys to the cottage. It was fun to explore both units of the duplex and we were all very pleased with the accommodations. The beds were comfortable, the private bath facilities were spotlessly clean and there was plenty of hot water! We were within easy walking distance of all of the activities of downtown and were impressed by the friendliness of everyone we encountered. We would highly recommend Brewery Creek Inn.
Countryside, Small town
Madison, WI (MSN-Dane County Regional) 50 miles
FROM MADISON WI: Take US-18 W/151 S toward Dodgeville, Platteville and of course Mineral Point. Continue on US-18 W/151 S about 40 miles US-18 W will head into Dodgeville. You will continue on US-151 S to Mineral Point. Take the Mineral Point Exit (exit 40). Turn left at the bottom of the ramp. You will travel on the old highway toward town. Turn Left at WI 23/WI 39. There is a Citgo gas station on the corner. This is also Commerce Street. Down the hill, as you enter downtown, five roads come together. Keep going straight. A few blocks on you will find us. We are the last building on the left. Bright red doors. 23 Commerce Street.
Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, American Players Theater, House on the Rock, Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesen, Pendarvis State Historical Site, Governor Dodge State Park, Mineral Point Railway Museum, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Brewery Tours, Brewery Tours, Brewery Tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Country Inn, Guest Cottage
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Private entrance, Radio, VCR, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Kitchen facilities in each Guest House suite., Full service restaurant on site., Micro-brewery on site., Inside bicycle storage
Deborah and Jeff Donaghue
Design and making of jewelry; photography, mycology, cycling, Indian Calligrapgy
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Full restaurant.