With stuffed heads of game on the lobby walls and antiques in all the rooms, Cliffbreakers feels like an old hunting lodge--the sort of place Teddy Roosevelt might have hung up his rifle for a night's stay. Don't be fooled. This hotel and restaurant perched on a high bluff over the Rock River was actually built in the 1990s. Book a room with view of the river and you'll find no need to turn on the television. The hotel, which has 105 guest rooms, is understandably popular for business meetings, weddings and other social events. Guests enjoy complimentary breakfast in the full-service restaurant. Rooms are $99 to $400 a night.