Escape from your to-do list and retreat to the country! Three warm and beautiful log sided cabins along the scenic Cedar River await you. Located 1 mile west of Charles City, Iowa on Business 218, our new luxury cabins spaciously grace the high banks of the river providing a recreational getaway for family fun, adventure, solitude and wildlife viewing.
Start your morning with freshly brewed hot coffee or tea as you watch the meadow, river and forest awaken from the privacy of your cabin. Take in the sweeping views from your deck or vaulted great room, relax at the secluded Fireside Patio . . .
Located just minutes from Sioux City, Iowa and the lovely Loess Hills is the Inn at Battle Creek. This award winning B&B is just the place for enjoying a relaxing weekend getaway. This charming 19th century inn has been recently renovated to include state-of-the-art refurbishments to complement its old-fashioned charisma. Enjoy the fabulous breakfasts as well as the gastronomical fare available at the inn's restaurants. Also, be sure to sample the famous, hand-crafted cheesecakes made with the finest quality ingredients.
While in Sioux City, be sure to check out the Lewis and Clark Interpr. . .
The Wild Rose Inn is a grand Victorian estate with 13 rooms located in the heart of the Iowa Great Lakes. Nestled in 2.5 wooded acres, it is an ideal private setting for weddings, honeymoons and vacation getaways. Suites offer fireplaces, jacuzzis and entertainment amenities. Experience the picturesque views of the gardens, ponds and wildlife. Enjoy a glass of wine in our Admirals quarters, sitting room or lower level patio. Gourmet breakfasts are served in the formal dining room. These accommodations are available for your entertaining needs.. . .
What makes us stand out? Old-fashioned customer service. While we're not fancy, we do provide a simple, yet comfortable setting where you can borrow books, bake pizzas, buy snacks/ice on the honor system, grill steaks, sit on benches, pet the dog, and just generally make yourself at home.. . .
While staying in Elkader, we hope you will choose our Queen Anne Victorian built in 1892 by local businessman Henry Schoch and lovingly renovated by current owners, Mark and Brenda McConnell. It will grace your presence with it's magnificent woodwork, gorgeous open oak staircase, nine original stained glass windows, and a wrap around front porch on which to relax after a long day of sightseeing in Clayton County. The front parlor with it's fireplace or the gathering room are the perfect spots to unwind and enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day. We are conveniently located with-in walki. . .