2419 Lake Shore Dr E Ashland WI 54806
Welcome to another activity-packed season in the Chequamegon Bay
We look forward to helping make your visit pleasant.
Note: Email or call us for availability and rates.
We can hold your room(s) with payment by credit only by phone.
Our legacy is a 1950s simple and
reasonable travel style. Make yourself at home in our small but pleasant and very clean room as a base for your visit. You
have nearby access to necessities, food, beaches, boat launch, and lakefront bike/walking path, as well as enjoyment of the lake in our backyard.
8 guest rooms of 1950s knotty pine. Available: Kitchenette / 1 Queen Bed / 2 Queen Beds / 2 Double Beds.
-- Simple and clean. Coffee, mini-fridge, microwave, hairdryer, TV, Internet. Plus AC &
ceiling fans if the lake breeze isn't enough.
Native shrubs, flowers and trees of the Boreal forest make afternoon shade and bring bird songs to your window.
-- No swimming "pool" , but the biggest
fresh-water lake in the world just outside! Public beaches are within 1/2 mile (walk there on the bike path along the
-- On this
rocky little lakefront there is music and motion of the waves and breezes and the power and
calming influence of the water. Sunset over the lake is yours.
-- No smoking applies in all rooms: a cleaning fee is
charged for smoking in rooms.
--Pet coming along? We allow pets in a specific room and charge a $15 cleaning fee.
Pet Allergies? Let us know, and get a room that hasn't had pets.
|Our back yard - Chequamegon Bay
Our region is a peaceable place;
luxurious wild spaces and a fresh environment. A few minutes on or in the waters of Chequamegon Bay is a fine summer
cool down leavng you refreshed and maybe shivering with goose bumps. While you may hear most about the Apostle Islands
National Lakeshore, many other treasures -forests, waters, wildlife refuge, etc.- have been preserved and are available for
you to enjoy. We are home to many creative artists, harvest festivals
and participatory sport events such as The WhistleStop Marathon, swimming, biking, in-line racing, kayaking, skiing,
sailing, boating, dog sledding as well as traditional fishing and hunting, and snowmobiling. - There is always something to learn here. The Northern
Great Lakes Visitor Center gives a terrific introduction to our past and our environment. Many persons give lectures
and meetings to share their special subjects from stewardship of the environment and sustainable food and agriculture, to
health care and social issues, crafts and special local features of the lands and waters and their inhabitants. A delightful
example is the Bird and Nature Festival that occurs during the birds' migratory season.- The communities on Chequamegon Bay: Cities of ASHLAND, WASHBURN, BAYFIELD, and the Ojibway Red Cliff and Bad
River Reservations, round out life with good colleges, historic districts, indiginous
cultures. music festivals, theatres and a hospital. Local Transportation: Leave your car at the motel and ride the BART Bus to Big Top
Chautauqua, Washburn and Bayfield. (By prior appointment to Big Top Chautauqua - and at other times, know your schedules!).
Bring your bicylcle: the nearby bike path takes you miles throughout Ashland and along the lake . Or put your kayak or
sailboat in down the street for easy access to a lighthouse and Washburn. And if you love walking, hike the
many beautiful forest trails.- So many possibilities!
Visit the Ashland Chamber of Commerce
Bayfield Bound? Find out more...
Big Top Chautauqua - The talented summer music festival at Bayfield.