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Albany House Bed & Breakfast in Albany, WI

Albany House Bed & Breakfast in Albany, WI

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 405 S Mill Street, Albany, WI, 53502

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    Comments (6):

    1. Susan T.
    We've stayed at a lot of B&Bs over the years, and Albany House is first rate.  Cool house, beautifully appointed without being stuffy, amazing breakfast.  The owner, Margie, is a delight.  This,combined with dinner @ 209 Main in Monticello, was the perfect way to end our trip to Wisconsin.

    26/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Victoria W.
    I think we've been coming to Albany House for almost 10 years -- first to visit family in the area, and now we bring friends with us. Green County provides a nice getaway, and Albany House is the perfect base for us. There are four bedrooms on the second floor and the third floor is a suite (two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a common area). Their website has pictures of everything so you can see the rooms before you make a reservation.

    Albany isn't a well-known destination, but if you want to relax, ride your bike on the Sugar River trail, sample lots of cheeses, visit the best brewery in Wisconsin (or any combination of those things), I would recommend checking out this B&B. The breakfasts are fantastic -- enough to get you through most of the day.

    And now they just opened a cottage (really a vintage bungalow on the Sugar River) across the street with two bedrooms and bathrooms plus a whirlpool tub (in a separate room with a fireplace) and its own kitchen, dining room and living room. It looks really nice (but we haven't stayed there yet).

    30/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Kristin M.
    Our plans for Memorial Day fell through and we decided on a last minute trip to Cheese Country, WI. Originally we wanted to stay in New Glarus, but as we planned this the night before, everything was booked. We chose Albany House over a few other B&Bs in the area because the website was so comprehensive and the pictures were beautiful. It's 30 minutes outside New Glarus, so we still got to see the brewery and eat in town.

    We requested and were given the Joshua Wood Master Bedroom. This was our first experience in a B&B and expected to be overwhelmed with flowers and knick knacks. The room was tastefully decorated and very comfortable.  The King sized bed was really comfortable. The towels were really plush, and the decor was not overwhelming. The lemonade with fresh raspberries was a great welcome treat.

    Breakfast the next morning was the highlight of the trip! Margie had a fruit parfait, muffins and coffee cake waiting for us, but then told us not to fill up because she was working on the main course! The cornmeal pancakes with real maple syrup were great, and the bacon was to die for! She chatted with us at the end of the meal, which was nice. I didn't expect to enjoy eating with strangers, but we met some fellow young Chicagoans and had a great conversation.

    I am recommending Albany House to my family and friends, and will be back. We didn't get to bike or canoe, and I'd love to try them!

    03/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Ken S.
    Can't say enough good things about this B&B.  It's peaceful, tastefully decorated, clean, great out of this world breakfasts & wonderful inn hosts, Ken & Margie.  We stayed in the Cozy Room which had a private bath across the hall...thought that would be an issue, but not at all!  (Not like people hang out in the hallway!)  Common area on main level had a great TV & DVD, too.  Went midweek, so there weren't too many guests which was also nice...however we had wonderful conversations over breakfasts & coffee.  The area has enough to do...even on the rainy days we were there.  (Wineries, distilleries, breweries, creameries kept us busy indoors!)  Ken shared his area favorites which were well advised!

    22/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Cinda S.
    At the last minute my husband and I found ourselves with a free weekend so we decided to look for a place to get away.  We live in the far NW suburbs of Chicago and didn't want to spend all our time on the road getting to our destination.  It was July and most everything on the water was filled to capacity so we began looking into B & B's in WI.  Green County came up in our search and Albany House was highly rated.  We took a chance and were not disappointed.  

    The home sits on about 2 acres, a very peaceful setting, many gardens and a lovely sense of tranquility.  A large front porch with seating, a swing and plenty of mosquito abatement welcomes you!   Our room was one of the bedrooms in the Eagle's nest at the top of the home.  It was comfortably and thoughtfully appointed and decorated. All the conveniences were available and waiting.  

    Breakfast was excellent, Margie is a wonderful chef and Ken made a wonderful server.  We sampled some local cheese and had more than enough food to satisfy us until we were ready for a late afternoon meal.   The guests were delightful, conversation flowed and we all lingered past 10 am just enjoying ourselves.  

    Green County is a wonderful explore and Albany was a wonderful place base to travel from.  We'd go back in a heartbeat, especially as the seasons change so we can see the area in all it's various splendor.  And we'd especially go back to enjoy the hospitality of Margie and Ken and Albany House!

    27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Jacque T.
    Stayed here as last minute plans over Valentine's Day Weekend. (Literally one night)

    I made arrangements with Ken over the phone and he was very professional and pleasant. He also reminded us to try making reservations for dinner and recommended The Dining Hall (noting that it may be already full but to try just in case as it was supposed to be a remarkable spot for a nice dinner).

    Check in time was between 4-7pm. And we arrived around 4-5 pm and was welcomed by Ken. Ken gave us a binder full of restaurants nearby in case we hadn't found a spot and we sat by the fireplace to review our options. (NOTE: All the highly rated restaurants were already fully booked so we settled on a random Swiss restaurant.)

    After dinner, we found ourselves just wanting to relax a little more by the fireplace whilst drinking some wine in the common area and unfortunately it was already off by 10:25 pm.

    The room we stayed in was the Rose Room, which was not far off from the beautiful antique furniture and decorations surrounding the remainder of the house. They also provided some relaxing cd's if we decided to hang out on the room. It was very cold so we notified Ken and he gave us an electric heater. :)

    I believe half of the house is designated as the inn as there are doors that say Out of Bounds or Private. These areas are where Ken and Margie live. I'm curious if their half looks just as quaint as their business part. ;)

    THE BEST PART:

    The breakfast.

    After having a disappointing dinner last night over grease and basically hotdogs, this breakfast was top notch stuff. We sat in the dining room with the other guests and enjoyed food and good conversations while Ken tended to us around in a cute apron making sure we had our coffees filled.

    We dined on (I believe they were) poached pears covered in a sweet cream sauce garnished with raspberries. On the side there were iced poppy seed scones and I think banana nut bread? VERDICT? Picture me kissing the tip of my thumb and forefinger making an OK sign. If I had a handlebar mustache, I'd be saying magnifique!

    The second entree was a creamy quiche topped with mushrooms, sided with broiled asparagus, a sweet pepper stuffed with cheese, and then last but not least maple covered bacon (candied bacon). CRUNCH!

    We checked out at 11am and plan to come back sometime during the warmer seasons when we had more time to canoe and visit the local breweries/wineries and snack on cheese!

    16/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0