We’re new to Door County and had no idea where to stay. We relied on tourism books and the internet to find a place to meet our needs. We booked a one bedroom/bath suite with a pull out couch, kitchen and a washer dryer. Unit 2 by the pool. The pool is small but clean.
To check in, you have to go around the corner to pick up your keys at the Cedar Creek Inn. Due to COVID19, the keys were in an envelope taped to the door. There is a box next to this door to drop off your keys when you leave.
They do not offer maid service at this time, but you can leave your trash and dirty towels outside the door in the morning for replacements and a new trash bag each day. When you leave, you are responsible for cleaning all dishes, putting them away and bringing your trash to the dumpster, or you will be charged a service fee. Check out is at 10 am.
The hotel is right next to the marina and we were able to see a fantastic private fireworks show from there. Also walking distance to Founders Square and other shops and restaurants on Rte 42.
I would definitely come back here!
We had a Db Queen room on the 2nd floor. The room did have enough room for 4 adults. The balcony was a nice touch to sit on at night. The only draw back was the bathroom. The bathroom was on the small size and did not work well for 4 adults, however it would be fine for 2 adults. The property is on the water about two-three blocks from the main street.
A friend & I went to Door County for a last-minute getaway, and had trouble finding a place to stay. When someone suggested this place we were not excited about staying at a motel, but were pleasantly surprised. On the pro side: It was a newer row-style cottage, very clean, with 1 bedroom, 1 bath, and living room/kitchen combo with a fireplace & tv. The location was great -- across from the Marina and a quick walk to downtown Fish Creek's restaurants & shopping. No view from the room, tho. Ithad a fridge, microwave, sink, cupboards with cups & plates, coffee maker, and cafe-style table for 2. Cons: the room might be ideal for a couple, but for 2 friends, the Jack & Jill-style bathroom (1 door to the bedroom, and another door to the living room where there was a pull-out couch) was not great; we both prefer a bathroom with 1door. Also, the old-style, metal-frame, pull-out couch was awful. There are many very comfortable sleeper couches on the market today. Shame on the motel for furnishing their pretty cottage with an uncomfortable, old-style sleeper couch. Overall, there were more positives than negatives, but this place would probably be best for a couple sharing the bedroom.
Clean, comfortable, quiet. Nothing fancy, but our motel room offered a mini fridge. It also had the smallest wall-mount TV I’d ever seen—sufficed for catching the sports results and weather. We weren’t looking for a resort experience, just a night of good sleep, and that’s what we got here.
Located next to the harbor(you can throw a rock onto the ramp) this older renovated motel is within walking distance of everything in Fish Creek: 150' to launch ramp. 100 yards to Pelletiers or the Bayside; 250 yards to the Blue Horse, less for the shops.
We had a ground floor room - large, nicely appointed, baseboard heat and in-wall A/C although open the two doors for the breeze off the bay and no need, nice TV, outdoor pool, gas grilles, center courtyard parking. Cost per night about area avg.
Honestly, I was impressed by the quality of the renovation which the housekeeper said was 5 years old and the place was much better than I had expected. The place was spotless, staff efficient and friendly. Cedar Court Inn, next door, manages the place and their office is where you get keys and pay.
What confuses me is that the suites and cabins are up for sale - I'm assuming like condos. Are people going to buy them with an operating motels at their front door, or would the pitch be like other condos renting them out when not being used by owner?
Yes, we'll stay here again if we go back.