Brewery Creek Inn is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Mineral Point, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a kitchenette and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Brewery Creek Inn guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Mineral Point's popular cafes such as Red Rooster Café, Gray Dog Deli, and Pointer Cafe, all a short distance from Brewery Creek Inn.
Should time allow, Pendarvis, Mineral Point Railroad Museum, and Wantoot--Modern American Art and Craft are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Mineral Point!
We loved our stay at this bed and breakfast. Room 2 was very spacious and romantic. It’s easy to walk around the town of Mineral point from Brewery creek. The owner was very helpful and the bed was very comfortable. We are looking forward to staying here again.
We have eaten there quite a few times and have been very pleased with the food and the service there. It's a very friendly atmosphere and everyone there is so pleasant to deal with. We would highly recommend the Brewery Creek Inn for a great evening out!
Quite satisfied in a couple of earlier visits when we stayed in the main building at a rate that was a bit pricey but acceptable. For this trip, we were advised that all of those rooms were booked but we could be accommodated in their nearby Springside cottage. The rate would be $178 including a simple breakfast delivered to the cottage. At check-in we were directed to the cottage with an explanation how to find it and where to park. We found the parking spot and after searching around and a phone call back to the office, getting directions from a nearby cottage neighbor, we found it. It is a decent little cottage. There were no towels in the room. We searched around and found a door outside that led into the basement utility room. We found towels and helped ourselves. We discovered in the kitchen, bath, and bedroom crawling bugs about 1” long. As we killed what we found underfoot, more would arrive. We must have disposed of a dozen or more. The promised breakfast was not delivered until we called about 9:00 AM.…
Adorable 1800s vintage accommodations during a 2-night House On The Rock trip for two couples. I would stay in the John Tregaskis Cottage again, but you could hear everything between the two units so I’d only do the whole cottage with a small group again. We stayed in Unit 1 & everything was sparkling clean & the bed was comfy. Bathrooms were cute but bathtub/shower (in both units) need renovation. Check-in at the Brewery Bar was unusual but also kind of fun. Limited vegetarian options in town for me and my husband, so we ate at the brewery 2 or 3 times during our short stay: great food and beer! If the Inn was dog friendly, just my hubby & I would come back sooner.
The room we had was very cozy with a gas fireplace, small screened TV as not to distract from the cozy setting. Pleasant sitting area and comfortable bed. Jacuzzi bath with the option to add scented mineral bath powder to enhance your relaxation. We were on the third floor. We did not need to worry about an elevator so not sure if they have one to get to your floor. Coffee maker was in the room but they also have a continental breakfast on the second floor in a very nicely decorated dining room. Boiled eggs, fresh orange juice, cold cereals, freshly made scones and bread, fruit, coffee and tea among a few other items. Staff was very helpful and accomodating. Very earth friendly Inn with both garbage and recyclable baskets in our room. Clever interior decorating incorporating the original rock walls.…