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Reviewed October 6, 2007

Mineral Point is spilling with historic sights--I can't think of a better way to immerse yourself in the past than to actually stay at a historic property...The Coach House at Shake Rag Alley is an extremely comfortable, welcoming, quiet, and charming guest house that I would highly recommend to anyone visiting this fascinating little city! The staff was very helpful and friendly; our room was impeccably clean and comfortable (the air-conditioning was up and running for an unseasonably hot October weekend!); the decor was simple, elegant, and inviting, and the artwork throughout the building and in our guestroom showcased the talents of local artists. Each of the 3 rooms has a private bath--ours was really clean as well. The location of the property couldn't be better--the grounds of Shake Rag Alley alone have beautiful winding pathways of rustic brick, elaborate gardens, historic architecture, and even a beautiful outdoor theatre. There are plenty of areas to just sit and take in the gorgeous scenery. Beyond the property, within walking distance, one can easily get to Pendarvis or any of the numerous sights in Downtown Mineral Point.

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 20, 2007

Stayed at the Shake Rag Alley coach house last weekend.

Authentic, quaint and friendly, with a *great* bed. Large, cozy, brick-floor livingroom on the first floor w/fireplace. On 2 acres of historic grounds. There is alot of great lodging in that funky town, and this is one of the best. You won't be disappointed.

  • Stayed: March 2007, traveled as a couple
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