If you spent December cooking, baking, cleaning, decorating, shopping, wrapping, hosting, caroling, and cleaning again, you’re likely at what we call the “crashing” stage. Meaning, you need a winter getaway to recharge the batteries and to embrace the tranquility of the winter season ahead. That’s where cabins and B&Bs come in. These types of lodging destinations pair naturally with silent sports like snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Ahhh, peace and quiet, and still fun.
For B&Bs, Inn at Wawanissee Point with its expansive grounds and incredible views to Lake Wisconsin is perfect for couples or groups of friends. History buffs and circus fans will relish the chance to stay at the Ringling House Bed & Breakfast in nearby Baraboo. Bowman’s Oak Hill Bed & Breakfast, LLC is charming and secluded. Plus a wonderful breakfast is prepared for you at each of these inns – no cooking, yay!
As for cabins, oh my, the choices span classic and cozy log cottages to spacious homes beautifully appointed.
We’d be remiss not to mention the many winter resorts when thinking about an escape to Wisconsin Dells this time of year. Perfect for a couples getaway with plenty of activities included right on property.
Try a midweek escape when the pace is perfectly serene.