A Victorian Bed & Breakfast
John Falk was the builder of this victorian home and was a land barron that had built many of the downtown buildings located just 2 blocks from the bed and breakfast. Sturgeon Bay’s Historical downtown district is where you will find quaint shops, Third Avenue Playhouse, art galleries, fine dining and scenic waterfronts. As you enter the Garden Gate you will be welcomed by a friendly innkeeper with a smile. She will take you on a tour of the two parlors where you will find sparkling leaded glass windows, original hardwood floors and woodwork, lace curtains and antique filled rooms, where all guests can enjoy the parlors to relax or converse with other guests. The gorgeous foyer has a grand stairway with a quote on the wall that reads “May all who enter as guests, leave as friends.”
Charming Breakfast Every Morning
Innkeeper Robin Vallow Welcomes Guests in the Foyer
The English Lavender Room
The stairway leads to four guests rooms all which include private baths. The featured room is the English Lavender, which is a romantic escape for lovers to unwind in the double whirlpool or sip on wine on the private balcony under the stars where you can make great memories to last a lifetime. At the end of the hallway you will find complimentary bottle water, soda, nightly desserts and fresh coffee for those early morning risers.
All guests are seated in the dining room at 9:00 a.m. for a charming breakfast by candlelight with soft music and great conversation. Your breakfast is freshly prepared by the innkeeper every morning with locally sourced ingredients, which may include fresh fruit, muffins, scones, pancakes, waffles, quiche, an egg dish and of course tea, coffee or juice. “Breakfast Is Our Signature.”
Sturgeon Bay has a marvelous farmers market which is held on Saturday mornings from May to October where handmade crafts, fresh fruits, vegetables, cheese, maple syrup and many other locally produced products are available.
As seen in "Fun in Wisconsin" Spring-Summer 2020