First of all, this place would be beautiful no matter where it was located. But because of where it is located - in the midst of a rural famland community - it is even more stunning! Jane is an artist and teacher with a flair for design - and a wonderful hostess. While our stay was for one night, it would be even more ideal for several nights at a time. With Richland Center being the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright, there are several samples of his work that tourists from all over the world travel to see, not the least of which is Taliesin in Spring Green (about 30 minutes away). While you're there, you can also visit House on the Rock. Then come back to relax and unwind in the architectural wonder that is Rembrandt and Rutabagas. We plan to return time and time again for a wonderul B&B experience that we will never forget.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the 200 acre farm that I grew up on. Plenty of room for hiking and enjoying nature. B&B us just four miles north of Richland Center, WI, the hometown of Frank Lloyd Wright in the Driftless (non-glaciated) area of WI. Our big hills are beautiful and provide wonderful woodland habitat for deer, turkeys, etc...The area is dotted with spring fed ponds, streams, creeks and rivers. Kayaking, canoeing, and tubing are available through a local business. Hiking and biking trails abound. Fun motorcycle riding roads run throughout the county. Art, music and theater venues. I own and operate Flying Cat Art Studio which is located on my property. Art workshops and sales are featured here. ... more less