We have stayed at many B&B’s over time and think this is among the best if not the best. The Inn and the grounds are fantastic and impeccably maintained. Dave and Trudy are great hosts and seem to enjoy their time with their guests. There was really pleasant conversation during what is an impressive nightly wine and cheese gathering and at breakfast with way too many good things to eat. Finally, the official greeters and guides, Samson and Delilah(the resident canines), were great hosts as well for a few days of hiking around the property and Devils’s Lake.
Wawanissee provides the best B&B experience you will ever have. Trudy and Dave spoil you and you will never find another inn to live up to your now heightened expectations. Be sure to ask the canine trail guides, Samson and Delilah, to accompany you on a hike on the inn's private trails.
The Inn and owners, Dave and Trudy, are superb! The location, food, views, hiking and nearby attractions are wonderful. While the Inn was completed in 2004, its design and materials are of such a fine quality that they must be seen to be believed. Family members had much to do with this custom creation and evidence of those ingredients and attention to detail abound. Bartender Extraordinaire, Dave, and Outstanding Chef, Trudy, supplied great drinks, food and conversations. We will return in the Fall to again enjoy all of the Inn's greatness and the colors of the season. Complimentary reviews by others are true. Of the many B&Bs we have visited over the years the Inn at Wawanissee Point has topped our list.
Aside from the stunning view, one will be hard pressed to find better or more hospitable Inn Keepers than Dave and Trudy, they have thought of all the little touches that make your stay so welcoming and pleasant. The Happy hour is warm and inviting and their breakfast is fantastic. One must try some of Trudy's home baked goodies. Dave and Trudy strike a great balance between being approachable and engaging in conservation while leaving you to your privacy and self-reflection. You can lose yourself for hours wondering around the trails on their 42 acres, the solitude and fauna are amazing. One can't help but sit for lengthy time periods on the patio or deck a lose themselves in God's wonder while overlooking Lake Wisconsin and the valley below the property. The Inn at Wawanissee is highly recommended, without hesitation.…
I can't say enough about this wonderful magical place. My husband and I did a three day escape here and we had the best time. The hosts are so kind and warm, the area is gorgeous and Samson and Delilah and wonderful pups you lead you on the right path on the trails. I can't wait to come here again.