Everything about the rooms at this B&B are first class, down to the furnishings, bedding, robes and the deluxe bathroom with plenty of luxurious towels and enough towel bars to hang thenm on. Rooms are spacious and comfy. Worth mentioning is the varied lighting in the room, both direct and indirect, which can be adjusted to set a nice mood. The bathroom in Room 6 is huge, with a double whirlpool, and fragrant bath salts are supplied for that special treat.
Beware there is no elavator, only stairs up to some 3rd floor rooms. We heard no noise at all from the restaurant and kitchen below, as the walls are very thick limestone from this renovated brewery built in the 19th century. If I had a gripe at all, it would have been nice if the owners had invested a little more in a larger TV to accomodate the great satellite connection.
The room is a little pricey for the location. It would be priced just right in a medium sized city, but for Mineral Point is a little much.
The staff is friendly and accomodating. The restaurant on the ground floor is top notch and recommended as one of the best in town. The breakfast served to guests is simple continental, but the pastries are wonderful, as the hostess uses dough imported from Denmark to create some great breakfast treats. Also included with breakfast is cereal, toast, hard boiled egg, fruit and yogurt.
Mineral Point is a cute, but small town. I felt like I was in Mayberry and expected to see Andy Griffith. Perfect location for a quiet, romantic getaway, but unless you're in town during an event, don't expect much to do. There are some fine art galleries on the main street. And nearby is Taliesin and House on the Rock.