#1 Double and Twin bed, shared bath, WIFI

4.51

Private room in guesthouse hosted by Judith

3 guests, 1 bedroom, 2 beds, 1 shared bath
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Fine food and quaint lodgings are what Greunke's Inn is known for in the Bayfield area (and well beyond!) This 137 yr old Historic Inn is located in the heart of downtown, 1 block from Lake Superior

The space
#1 Double and Twin bed, shared bath, WIFI. Located on the second floor of Historic Greunke's Restaurant at 17 Rittenhouse Ave. A room reminiscent of the early days of Greunke's. Located in the heart of downtown Bayfield, one block from Lake Superior. We are within walking distance to the Apostle Island Cruise Service and Madeline Island Ferry Line. We are also a Big Top Chautauqua shuttle stop.

Where you'll sleep

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1 double bed, 1 single bed

What this place offers

Wifi
Free parking on premises
High chair
Hair dryer
Long term stays allowed

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Bayfield, Wisconsin, United States

Fine food and quaint lodgings are what Greunke's Inn is known for in the Bayfield area (and well beyond!) This 137 yr old Historic Inn is located in the heart of downtown, 1 block from Lake Superior

Hosted by Judith

  1. Joined in July 2019
  • 353 Reviews

During your stay

ayfield, Circa 1865. An ambitious young man, of French-Canadian descent, secured the property at 17 North First adjacent to the Hotel, for his residence as well as vocation. Nazar LaBonte, some years later heartened by his own as well as the village’s success, set out for St. Paul. Along with a contingent of businessmen and entrepreneurs, LaBonte convinced the railroads of the peninsula’s potential. Part of the deal was a commitment that would take 6 years to meet. As Nazar helped organize the labor, the railroads provided the resources.

In the meantime, the LaBonte House welcomed its first guests. Numbers swelled the village into a town. The boarding house and the LaBonte family residence, between the Hotel Bracken and Whisker Wachsmith’s tobacco shop was doing brisk business.

Today, stepping in Greunke’s is like stepping back in the ‘40’s. The Coca-Cola memorabilia, the working Wurlitzer and old soda fountain counter conjure images reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell cover on the “Saturday Evening Post.”

Today these historic buildings are combined into Greunke’s First Street Inn.
ayfield, Circa 1865. An ambitious young man, of French-Canadian descent, secured the property at 17 North First adjacent to the Hotel, for his residence as well as vocation. Nazar…
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House rules

Check-in: 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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