Our Amenities Help You Feel at Home

Door County Bed & Breakfast AmenitiesWarm hospitality, inviting rooms and delicious food are our tradition. The Inn at Cedar Crossing offers the comforts and amenitites of a historic inn with all the modern conveniences. The guest lobby faces Louisiana Street and is graced by original pressed tin ceiling and antiques. Upstairs, nine elegant guestrooms await your arrival. While each room has its own personality, all provide a perfect getaway. Our restaurant, favored by locals and visitors alike, has served Door County since 1989 and is known for quality food, creative entrées and attentive service. As an overnight guest of the inn, you will receive extra special treatment. In the morning, enticing aromas from the kitchen bring you downstairs for homemade muffins and scones, and a full hot breakfast with a choice of two breakfast entrées each day. It’s a great time to share vacation experiences with other guests or to discuss the day’s activities. In the evening, the Gathering Room becomes a relaxing spot to enjoy a parlour game, find a good book, write in the journal or plan the next day’s activities. Fresh baked cookies, coffee, herbal tea, or fresh lemonade, iced tea and soft drinks are offered each afternoon.

Spectacular Door County

Described as the Cape Cod of the Midwest, Door County is a rare combination of natural beauty, maritime history, and visual and performing arts.

With over 300 miles of pristine coastline dotted with 10 lighthouses dating from 1836, Door County’s maritime history is everywhere. From the shipyard tours during the Festival of Blossoms to the lighthouse tours in the summer, there’s something to enjoy any time of the year.

Door County also boasts 5 state parks, 19 county parks, 2 state wildlife areas and several private non-profit conservation organizations.

Equally significant to the spectacular culture of Door County is its dedication to fostering the visual and performing arts. Throughout the peninsula, more than 100 galleries and studios feature artists-in-residence and the oldest residential summer theatre in the United States.

Seasonal festivals abound throughout the peninsula. Sturgeon Bay sponsors Harvest Celebration, Steel Bridge Songfest, Jefferson Street Jazz Festival, Wild West Fest, and Fire & Ice each year, to name a few.

From sunrise to sunset, the peninsula has activities and adventures year round. Come for a weekend or a week to experience the sounds, sights, and scents of this beautiful county. Pick an apple or swing a club, row a boat or snowshoe through the woods, enjoy a roaring fire or hike a primitive trail. Door County is a wonderland waiting to be experienced.

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