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This 25 room Victorian Mansion is filled with an unbelievable collection of nostalgia. 2 suites available with private baths, and brass beds with feather quilts. Full breakfast. Open all year. 1 suite has a full kitchen, private entrance.

Location: 704 Ash ST, Baraboo Wisconsin 53913 Telephone 608-356-5273

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Baraboo) Frantiques Showplace
(Baraboo) Gollmar Guest House
(Richland Center) Lamb's Inn Farm Bed and Breakfast
(Montello) Lazy Inn Bed and Breakfast
(Montello) The Lazy Inn
(Beaver Dam) Victorian Bed & Breakfast

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