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We have stayed at the Washington House Inn many times over the pat 8 years. The accommodations have always been excellent. The wine and cheese hour and the outstanding breakfast are most welcome. Parking has become increasingly difficult, but we have usually been able to...More
My wife and I spent two nights at this inn which is in the heart of Cedarburg. Friendly welcome. We had room 218 which has a loft where the large whirlpool tub is. Small bathroom with an even smaller sink outside of the bathroom, but...More
We have stayed here many times and we have loved all of the rooms the we stayed in! There is plenty to do in Cedarburg, and all within walking distance of the Washington House Inn. Do some wine tasting or go during cherry time!
Stayed at the Washington House Inn on our recent road trip. It was great. Well kept facilities, good location, friendly staff. Room was very neat with exposed wooden beams. Breakfast was also very good. Would stay again!
We have stayed at Washington House, in Cedarburg, Wisc. on a yearly basis with friends for over 5 years and look forward to returning yearly. The staff is very nice, helpful, and we enjoy the uniqueness of each room. The cocktail hour is excellent offering...More
for some dumb reason, Trip Advisor sent me your question and ask me to answer you. I assume the thing to do is just simply call the Washington House and ask them. Why trip advisor would ask me, someone who stayed there, if... More
for some dumb reason, Trip Advisor sent me your question and ask me to answer you. I assume the thing to do is just simply call the Washington House and ask them. Why trip advisor would ask me, someone who stayed there, if they have meeting rooms, is beyond me and a waste of my time. You aren't wrong to ask, but trip advisor is wasting my time asking questions that are answered by one simple call to the Washington House. Enjoy your stay. Bob