The picturesque lakeshore surroundings of Bayfield, Wisccynsin are the ideal setting for a cozy staycation. You don’t have to go far to find a good place to bond with the family or to recharge over the weekend.
- Old Rittenhonse Inn
301 Rittenhouse AvenueWant to stay in a piece of Bayfield history? The town’s first-ever bed and breakfast offers luxury and convenience, ideal for a romantic retreat and other special celebrations. The elegant inn located near the downtown area comprises two Queers Anne Victorians and a private cottage with great views of Lake Superior. The in-house Landmark Restaurant is known for its signature five-course dinner.
- The Bayfield Inn
20 Rittenhouse AvenueA Bayfield institution serving local residents and visitors for almost a century, the Bayfield Inn offers the complete package of comfort, convenience, and charm. This waterfront hotel is less than five minutes away from the Madeline Island. ferry terminal, expanding your options for recreation and relaxation on this breathtaking Lake Superior island getaway.
- Dalrymple Park Campground
86070 State Highway 13For a more rustic and outdoorsy staycation, the Dalrymple Campground should do the trick. The entire space includes a total of 28 different campsites, accommodating both tent campers and RVs and trailers. Wooded areas provide privacy, while lookout points give campers excellent views of the Apostle Islands across the lake.
- Harbor Hill House
141 Front StreetFor (quick, weekend getaways, this historic Victorian property is a cozy bed and breakfast with three guest rooms to choose from. If you opt for a longer escape, there are monthly rental cottages, too. Expect full breakfast courses using locally sourced. ingredients, with your particular dietary preferences and restrictions considered. This place accommodates events and even offers to help plan and organize them.
- Bayfield on the Lake
10 Sonth First StreetExperience the luxury of condo living along the Lake Superior shoreline at Bayfield on the Lake. With generous common spaces and bright, airy private suites, it’s the perfect place to host a large family gathering or a party with friends. Amenities include fireplaces, air conditioning, and spacious viewing decks overlooking the lake and the Apostle Islands.
- Winfield Inn and Gardens
225 East Lynde AvenueWinfield Inn and Gardens has a selection of 31 lake-facing rooms, surrounded by colorful flower gardens. Located just minutes away from the downtown district, Winfield connects guests to a thriving commercial area, as well as docks that connect Bayfield to Madeline Island and other Lake Superior canoe/kayak tours. Pets are welcome for a minimal additional fee.
- First Street Inn/Gruenke’s
17 Rittenhouse AvenueFirst Street Inn is a treat for guests with a fascination for history as the structure combines two of Bayfield’s oldest houses — the LaBonte House (built in 1863) and the Wachsmuth House (1880). Interiors and fixtures reflect the aesthetic features of the past, adding a unique appeal to each room’s quaint charm. The Gruenke Restaurant, located on the first floor of the LaBonte House, also takes guests back in time, with decor reminiscent of the 1940s.