The Stagecoach Inn. It's right where you'll want to be. Come in, sit down and relax, our friendly staff will make you feel right at home. Arrive as a guest, leave as a friend. Visit the Stagecoach Inn Bed and Breakfast, one of Cedarburg's oldest hotels. Let your carefree getaway begin in our 9 room quaint and historic bed and breakfast. The hotel is right in the middle of everything Cedarburg. Located on main street in the historic downtown, you can enjoy the town's architecture, shops, wineries, brew pubs, cafes, restaurants and cultural events. The inn boasts nine unique, cozy and well maintained rooms. Every space is appointed with period antiques, comfortable beds and private baths. This 1853, restored stone, Greek revival building features four suites. Three include whirlpool baths. A wonderful continental breakfast with a variety of offerings can be enjoyed every morning. After a day of shopping, exploring or just relaxing on our deck, join us in our guest pub, The five20 Social Stop, where you can recount your days experience, mingle with other guests or get tips on the town from the locals. It's the perfect place for a drink before dinner or a night cap as you turn in. We are here to provide a comfortable and warm setting for your stay. Come make memories with us at the Stagecoach Inn, where hospitality is steeped in history.
5 on August 30, 2018
We have a wonderful stay at The Stagecoach. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. We loved having the quaint little bar onsite, as we enjoyed a nightcap before heading to bed. It is also nice that it closes by 10pm and the owners are pretty strict about that, which is respectful to the guests who are staying there. The breakfast is also very nice and they accommodated my gluten-free diet with several options. Other than the breakfast foods, we did not eat there, so cannot comment on the onsite dining. This B&B is definitely our choice, when visiting the cute little town of Cedarburg!
We are so pleased that you enjoyed our Inn! The five20 social stop is really a great place for our guests to socialize with local folks. An added bonus is that we get to enjoy the company as well. Come back and see us again.
- Anne (innkeeper)
4.6 on August 23, 2018
We stayed at The Stagecoach Inn for a few nights before we could move into an apartment in town. The staff were very attentive and full of suggestions of things to do, places to visit, and restaurants to eat at in town. They even have a basket of menues from nearby establishments so that you can plan where you want to eat based on the food you like. They also have partnerships with other businesses in town that provide you with a discount while you stay at The Stagecoach. The owners are very friendly, and the bar area inside is the perfect place to chat and get to know some local residents as well as guests. Our room was very clean and tidy, complete with our own bathroom and shower. And the continental breakfast selection was delicious, much better than you would have at a hotel. We would definitely recommend staying at The Stagecoach!
Thank you so much for the kind words. Welcome to Cedarburg! Come in again and join in the fun with us.
- Anne (innkeeper)
5 on August 15, 2018
After a meeting in Chicago, I had a couple of free days before flying home. I found the Stagecoach Inn online. It sounded charming and was not too far away. The whole experience far exceeded my expectations. The staff was so friendly, welcoming and informative. The room was comfortable, The decor was perfect. The beautiful, historic downtown just completed this delightful stay.
4.0 on July 30, 2018
High School friends met for a great weekend. The bar and music were really fun.
5 on July 30, 2018
We enjoyed our stay at the stagecoach Inn. The central location downtown was excellent, the rooms were clean and quaint, the on-site entertainment and dining was fantastic, and the breakfast was delicious! The wonderful hosts helped us with many special request during our stay, and we’re always happy to help us with recommendations on things to do and places to eat in town. By far the best hospitality we’ve encountered, we will be recommending this bed-and-breakfast to friends and family for years to come! We can’t wait to go back!
3.8 on July 29, 2018
We stayed in Room 4. The owners were great! We will go back again.
5 on July 29, 2018
Comfortable,relaxing,friendly,and attractive setting. Felt welcomed and would definitely stay at The Stagecoach Inn again. Recommend to friends as a high point on visiting Cedarburg!
4.6 on July 24, 2018
We arrived at 2am, on a very rainy night. I had misplaced the owners cell number, and figured that we'd have to find another place as they owners do not live onsite. HOWEVER, their son was there to greet us, and make sure we got settled! And breakfast was very good with an opportunity to meet and thank the owners. And beyond, they made sure we had umbrellas for our walk through town, provided a discount card for several shops, and indicted we could leave our car and use the facilities even though we had checked out. So, YES, we would stay again and highly recommend the Stagecoach Inn.
4.6 on July 24, 2018
Was very nice. No complaints. Will definitely stay again in future.
5 on July 24, 2018
Very friendly atmosphere great staff great location
Located on the 2nd floor, in the front of the building, Room 1 is bright with sunlight from two windows looking out on main street views. The wardrobe is one of the heaviest in the Inn, made of iron wood and discovered at a nearby farm auction. Room 1 opens up to the hallway to the coffee station. The window there was used in the late 1800's to pull the luggage through to avoid carrying trunks up the narrow stairs.
This cozy room is always a favorite featuring round windows, which are a unique feature of Greek Revival style, and the wonderful lines of the contoured ceiling. Skylights let in the morning sun . A queen bed and the small twin, which is actually an antique hired man's bed add to the uniqueness of Room 7. It seems to draw guests with it's positive energy.
The reading area in this room, which faces the main street, was once part of the housekeeper's small bedroom. When the 3rd floor stairs were moved to be less steep, the small room became part of Room 8. The two round windows are original to the building. Many of the walls are still intact with original plaster and the pine floor boards reminding one of times gone by. This room has a queen bed, a couch and a large whirlpool tub just waiting for guests to enjoy.
One of the original rooms on the 2nd floor, Room 2 faces the main street. During the restoration most of the plaster walls were able to be saved. In the late 1800's this room would have been a favorite with great views of the street and the stagecoach arrivals. As the stagecoach arrived, luggage would be pulled inside the second floor through the window since the stairs were too narrow for the guests trunks. Today the room includes an antique wardrobe, a wingback for reading, and a queen bed.
Room 3 is located on the 2nd floor toward the back of the building. The twin beds are a favorite for a mother/daughter or father/son or friends traveling together on Cedarburg adventures. The end table was found at a nearby antique shop and the beds from a friend's estate sale. The headboards were built by the current owner. The room opens up to the hallway near the coffee station.
One of the original rooms on the 2nd floor. The pine wardrobe was found at a local estate sale. A cozy room with a lovely wing back chair make it very inviting for our guests. All the room doors on the 2nd floor with the exception of Room 5 are original to the building. They were stripped of their paint and refinished. The 2nd floor hallway has original floors, walls, and marks of many travelers.
In 1983 when the building restoration began the area where Room 5 is today was the only bathroom for the 2nd & 3rd floors. It contained an old claw foot tub and a pedestal sink. The faint mark on the stone wall shows where the old roof line used to be. Today as you enter Room 5 there is an antique writing desk, two comfortable chairs for reading and a whirlpool tub for relaxing. The queen bedroom is in an adjoing room with the windows facing the back of the Inn. The view includes the old feed mill in the distance.
This spacious room was part of the 2nd phase of the restoration. The tall ceilings follow the roof line and give the room a pleasant openness. A comfortable queen bed and an antique sleigh bed adorn the room. The cherry wardrobe was found in a basement in Port Washington. The corner whirlpool was brought in through the back window by a lift during construction. Two wing back chairs give the room a comfortable appeal.
Our lovely suite located on the first floor is a two room suite. Ideal for playing cards or games with friends staying in one of our other rooms. It's also perfect for additional guests as there is a queen bed, a twin bed and a full size pull out sofa in the suite. A special point of interest is the tamarack beamed ceiling. It was uncovered after removing 3 layers of false ceilings. Relax in this wonderful room after a day of exploring in Cedarburg.
Historic District, Downtown, Small town
Milwaukee, WI (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.) 27 miles
4 miles West of Interstate 43 on Hwy C to Washington Avenue.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Night life, Cedar Creek Settlement, Cedar Creek Winery, Cultural Center, Hamilton Historic AreaCovered Bridge Park, Pioneer Village, Riveredge Nature Center, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Sports venue, Tours, University, Winery, Zoo
Other, Historic Inn, Pub
Board games, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Copier, Ironing Board, Parking, Piano, Private entrance, Telephone , Pub
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Located in Downtown, Shopping
Low fat We are able to accommodate gluten-free if we are notified in advance.