Midwest Living Review
There isn't a better place to enjoy the beauty of this region than on the wraparound porch of this Queen Anne mansion. Capping a grassy knoll in a neighborhood of 19th-century homes, this 1892 mansion claims the distinction of being Bayfield's best-known B&B and a renowned restaurant. There are luxe rooms and suites with fireplaces, steam showers and whirlpool tubs. No TVs. Plan to have dinner here at least one night. The two-course meal (averaging $39) satisfies, but the $55 five-course feast is splurge-worthy. From $125, including Continental breakfast. The hot breakfast is worth the extra $11.