35 scenic acres, a working hobby farm, greet you. 3 state bike trails, mountain biking, motorcycle routes, hiking, water sports, birding, antiquing, skiing,exploring, and close by Amish community entertain you. Cozy beds, peaceful nights, great breakfasts restore you.
4.6 on June 26, 2017
This was my first time trying a b&b. Since we live in an, albeit small, city it was a great experience to enjoy the farm life, with many animals vying for our attention, and a truly quiet evening without stress, traffic noise, etc. Kids are allowed to stay too, so it would be great for kids who haven't ever experienced farm living in their lifetime. They can walk with many goats, chickens, roosters, ducks, llamas, sheep, pigs, a calf, among other animals. Everyone is also given the opportunity to milk the goats, and bottle feed the babies. Plus, the only sounds at night were the frogs croaking and insects outside the open windows, which was nice for a change. Plus, awakening to birds chirping and roosters was nice. Well worth our time while staying in this area, and price was comparable to a hotel room.
Thank you for your kind review! We appreciate you staying with us!! We hope to see you again soon. Thank you.
- Cindy (innkeeper)
3.8 on November 24, 2016
The hosts were quite congenial and helpful. Location is a bit off the beaten path. Nice room and nice amenities.
5 on September 08, 2016
We had a great time staying at Rainbow Ridge Farms. We were a bit hesitant because we have a 2 and a 3 year old. But it was great! The kids had a fantastic time at the farm playing and feeding the animals. The inn keepers Donna and Cindy were great as well. It was a great relaxing weekend getaway for our family. The kids didn't want to leave they had so much fun!
2.6 on August 10, 2016
This bed and breakfast is on a working farm. The owners have other concerns than catching dust bunnies and cobwebs. The green room was comfortable but very small. The bathroom was tricky to shower in with a shower over tub. Breakfast included eggs and ham from the farm.
3.0 on July 31, 2016
A sweet, low-key farm, good for kids and those wanting to get away from it all. Breakfast is continental, which was disappointing, especially with those just-picked eggs. Not as clean as a hotel, but it's a farm! Cozy spaces and nice atmosphere.
4.4 on July 31, 2016
We chose Rainbow Ridge Farms as an overnight get-away because of the uniqueness of the venue. The farm is located in the Driftless bluff area of Wisconsin. They not only have pigs, chickens, ducks, a donkey, 2 llamas (for security!), but a large variety of goats, some quite unique. We were just in time to watch the milking of the goats. After that, it was suggested we might want to hike up the bluff behind the farm to watch the sunset and as we set out, we were accompanied by about a dozen goats. There's a "monkey tree" at the top of the hill which the goats wasted no time in climbing. The view from up there was spectacular! We then sat on the deck overlooking the small pond in behind the house and watched fire flies dance about. It was truly magical! In the morning, we sat on the deck and enjoyed some delicious coffee and then joined the other guest and Cindy at the breakfast table for a yummy and filling continental breakfast complete with eggs that had been gathered the evening before. Our bed was super comfortable and we slept like babies. Very fun and interesting visit to the farm! Cindy and Donna are wonderful hosts!
4.8 on July 10, 2016
Everything was just great and met some really interesting people at the fabulous breakfast. Wonderful hosts! Hope to see you again soon!! Thanks again.
3.8 on July 07, 2016
We did not expect so many kinds of animals and to be able to see them up close. Donna and Cindy are so friendly and share their knowledge freely. Highly recommend a stay.
5 on June 27, 2016
We really enjoyed our stay at Rainbow Ridge Farms. The owners were very friendly and fascinating to talk with regarding the farm and a host of related topics. The rooms were quiet and comfortable. The breakfast was excellent, with delicious eggs straight from the farm. Our kids enjoyed helping out on the farm and getting to know the many interesting and unusual animals (like the llamas). It was a truly interesting and insightful stay. Would definitely go back again. Good luck to the owners at the State Fair!
4.6 on June 06, 2016
Our stay at Rainbow Ridge Farms was the perfect way to take advantage of the hiking, biking and enjoying the scenery. Friendly hostesses and a fantastic setting.
Working hobby farm, Countryside, Rural, Small town, Wine country
La Crosse, WI (WSE-La Crosse County) 8 miles
From I-90. Take exit 4 and follow Hwy 53 North approx. 1 mile. Exit at Sand Lake Rd. Turn right. Go one mile and turn right on CTH S. Go one mile. The road will make a very sharp right. Halfway thru the curve, turn left. Next, turn right on Hauser Rd. We are the second farm on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Extreme sports, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Large Amish community, Creamery (cheesemaking), Raptor Center, Goat Farm, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, University, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Other, Homestay, Farm
Air conditioning, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Hairdryer, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Fishing, Hiking trails, goat milking, kid/lamb feeding, egg collecting, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails