When visiting the western part of our state where you will find some of the largest Amish communities, it may take more than one day to visit and explore the area because of the vast amount of Amish stores and businesses. In western Wisconsin, specifically Monroe, Vernon, and Crawford County, there seems to be Amish just a mile or two away no matter where you are.
On our last trip to that part of the state, we had the opportunity to stay at The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI right next to the Kickapoo River. Let me tell you, it was quite a lovely experience. The town of Soldier's Grove is charming and neighbors many Amish communities and The Roth House Bed & Breakfast offers a unique experience with rooms to relax and gather when traveling with friends. The breakfast, made with as many local ingredients as possible, was fantastic.
When walking into this Bed & Breakfast, you feel as though you just took a step back in time. Of course houses as old as this one (built in 1896) have history. You can read all about the history of The Roth House Bed & Breakfast here.
There are 5 different rooms at The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI and in each room you will have access to a private bath with all the modern amenities.
Your stay will not only include one of the gorgeous rooms, but also:
- A country breakfast featuring locally-grown foods
- Complimentary cookies and lemonade each afternoon at 3 pm
- Complimentary wine and cheese each evening between 6 pm - 7 pm
Inn amenities include:
- Off-Street Parking
- Proximity to Park and Kickapoo River
- Wrap-around Front Porch for Seasonal Gathering
- Cable Television (Parlor)
- High-Speed Wireless Internet Service
- Air Conditioning
- Fireplace (Sitting Room)
If you have plans on visiting the western side of Wisconsin, whether it be for the Amish, antiques, or the Kickapoo River, I highly recommend The Roth House Bed & Breakfast in Soldier's Grove, WI.
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