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Nice setting but terrible service. The morning of our arrival we received a text message saying there would be a note on the door for us. When we arrived that evening there was no note and door locked. After lots of knocking we finally roused...More
I wanted to plan a Girls' Getaway so was pleased to find Four Mounds, and specifically, the reasonably priced and super rustic/cozy Marvin Gardens cabin. When I arrived, I couldn't have been happier. This cabin is situated close to the fantastic restaurants and coffeshops of...More
We wanted a late winter get away and picked NE Iowa for a weekend get away with no plans or reservations.
Wanting to do a B&B staring in Dubuque we found 4 Mounds and made the call to reserve a night.
On our way to...More
Our family stayed at Four Mounds for my parents 50th surprise weekend. What an amazing place! The rooms are all large and well kept. The living room had a real fireplace and a large screen television. The staff was extremely friendly. The breakfast was more...More
We wanted to spend time in Galena, but extended our search towards Dubuque to find the perfect restful spot that was only a short beautiful 25 minute drive away. Four Mounds had it all. There are 2 lovely historic homes, each with a variety of...More
Our family has used both houses many times for family reunions, and we have all ages there. As previously stated it does not have rubber bumpers, or outlet covers, but as long as your mindful they are great places. My niece... More
Our family has used both houses many times for family reunions, and we have all ages there. As previously stated it does not have rubber bumpers, or outlet covers, but as long as your mindful they are great places. My niece was their two summers ago as a infant, and she survived !!
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"We stayed in the room over looking the Mississippi and the rock garden"