Finding an ideal charming bed and breakfast in Wausau does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Everest Inn Bed and Breakfast, a nice option for travelers like you.
Everest Inn Bed and Breakfast is a charming bed and breakfast offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you like pubs, Everest Inn Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located near Hiawatha Restaurant & Lounge, Wausau On Water, and WOW Family Entertainment Center.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum (0.5 mi), Isle of Ferns Park (0.9 mi), and Athletic Park (0.8 mi), which are some popular Wausau attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the bed and breakfast.
Everest Inn Bed and Breakfast looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Wausau.
Great experience! I've stayed in probably 10 or so B&B's and this was tops. Dave greet us after a long day of travel and activities and we were beat. The following morning the wonderful smells made their way up to the Silverthorne room where my son and I stayed. Walking into the kitchen the spread was awesome with EVERYTHING freshly cooked/baked. Lori must have gotten up very early. We had just gotten 7" of snow and Dave was out snowplowing the walkway's, drive way's, and even went out and cleared the parking lot where we were parked. The pathway along each car door was a super nice bonus. The amenities were clean, comfortable, and just fit. The conversations with the owners (Dave and Lori if you haven't figured that out by now) were very pleasant and they made a point of engaging with each and every guest. Top notch. Oh - and the place is for sale. I hope whoever purchases this can keep the wonderful tradition.…
I stayed in this B&B for two weekends and just love it. There is nothing pretentious about it--the inn keepers are warm, friendly and run a lovely, cozy establishment. The place is huge, with over 9 guest rooms. It is decorated in Victorian style with lots of great tchotchkes and period pieces. Snacks were always available as were the innkeepers who took great delight in chatting with us and the other guests. They have a blank wall there, too, filled with autographs of the past celebrities and other happy guests who have stayed there. Its close to downtown, so we walked there to find some great restaurants.
Just had the pleasure of staying at this great place again. We hadn't been here for a couple of years; but Lori knew just who we were. When we arrived, we walked in the back door, and no one was around. There was a personal note welcoming us to the Everest; and there was a pineapple cake on the counter, with plates and forks at the ready. While we were eating Dave and Lori came in. It was like a happy reunion. After catching up, we went up to our third floor room. I can see where some people might think it's a bit of a climb; but, at 70, I had no problem. My advice, if you cannot climb stairs don't book a room in a 19th century mansion. A motel 6 might be more to your liking. Then we asked for Lori's recommendation for a place to eat. She suggested that we would most likely enjoy the Jig. Lori was spot on as you can see in my review of this great restaurant. Climbing the steps was a bit more challenging with very full stomachs. We had been in this room once before. The bed was comfortable; and we could open the windows and use a small fan. Slept like the proverbial log. Next morning Lori had potatoes, an egg dish and oatmeal for breakfast. To demonstrate how eclectic this place is, my wife and I always get to meet other guests. There was a young Mongolian couple there this time. It was very cool to meet them. I cannot believe there are people out in the world who are petty enough to find something to complain about this outstanding place. I my opinion, this is the best place to stay in Wausau.…
A grand, historic Wasau home located in a quiet, historic, residential neighborhood, just a few blocks from downtown shops and restaurants, and an easy walk to the Historical Society. Rooms are inviting and filled with antique furniture and collected historic objects. One of your hosts is a professional chef with many years experience. She provides a custom cooked breakfast to accommodate you dietary needs and preferences. Aware of delicate Midwestern sensibilities, the chef tends to avoid the hot and spicy, but if you are adventurous we recommend you try to convince her to prepare something with New Orleans influence. Competitive rates, particularly for couples. Most rooms designed to fit one to two people. Silverthorn room on the third floor provides plenty of space for a family of 3-4. Wifi signal is strong on all floors, and the internet service is good.…
Staying at the Everest Inn is like coming home! Lori and Dave’s hospitality and charm make you feel like one of the family! We only missed last year out of 10+ annual trips to Birds in Art. Beautiful area and walking distance to great shops and restaurants!