Parkview B&B, located in the historic Park Street District,is one block behind Reedsburg's downtown business district. The curved front porch is one of the unique features of the house. In the summertime, there are concerts in the park across the street from Parkview B&B.
Guest parlor where one can enjoy the player piano, books on local activities and interests, visit with other guests, enjoy one's morning coffee, or just relax.
Siefert Room has a private bath and a daybed and fireplace. It is named after the family who built the home. The room looks out into Second Street and one of the two ponds built by the second owner of the home.
One will find ivy and brass accents in the Brass Room that has a hardwood floor. The queen-size bed has a brass headboard. A dresser from Tom's family is in this room that has a view toward Park St. The attached private bath is the original bathroom of the home. It has a tub with a shower in it. An addition to the room is a fireplace
Another guestroom overlooking City Park with a view toward Main Street is the Garden Room . Donna made the sunflower quilt in this room. The room has an antique oak bed and a dresser plus a hide-a-bed love seat for a third person. The bath is shared with the Groeneweg Room. This was one of the rooms used as a chiropractic room during Dr.Groeneweg's practice in the home.
Groeneweg Room - queen bed, maple floor,overlooks City Park.
Shares hall bath with Garden Room
Breakfast at Parkview is one of the delights of guests' stays. Donna, a home economist, is always searching for new and interesting recipes to use in the breakfast menus. The menus change with the seasons and are tailored to guests.
Breakfast at Parkview B&B features local and seasonal foods if possible. Donna, a home economist, is always searching for new and unique ways to delight the guests' taste buds!
One of the twp ponds that were built in the 1950's by Dr, Groeneweg, the second owner of the house.
Tom and Donna Hofmann invite you to share in the warm hospitality in their 1895 home located in the Reedsburg historical district, one block north of the beautifully restored down town across from City Park. Relax on the front porch or in the guest's parlor where you will find games, a player piano, old record player and friendly conversation with other guests or your hosts. Notice the beautiful woodwork, leaded and etched windows, a suitor's window, and unique hardwood floors and original hardware in the home.
There are four bedrooms located on the second floor each with queen beds, two with daybeds. The bedrooms all have tray ceilings and ceiling fans. A pot of freshly brewed coffee or tea is outside your bedroom door as you awake in the morning. Donna, a home economist, enjoys preparing special, seasonal breakfasts for her guests. Breakfast includes juice, fruit, a main-dish, meat and breads. In the spring menus feature rhubarb, strawberries, or maybe Morel mushrooms, if Tom is successful in locating them in the woods. In the spring and early summer a guest favorite is Strawberry French Toast. Summertime breakfasts include homegrown raspberries and blueberries, and other seasonal fruits. Fall and winter menus feature apples, cranberries or pumpkin. There are many attractions in the area such as the 400 Bike Trail, located four blocks from Parkview B&B connecting with the Elroy/Sparta Bike Trail. Other bike trails are west of Sparta providing more than one hundred miles of trails. Antique shops, a six-plex movie theatre, and a variety of restaurants and shopping are found in Reedsburg within walking distance of Parkview B&B.