Facilities at Wisconsin House
The bed and breakfast is situated within easy reach of Hazel Green. Rates at Wisconsin House are likely to rise soon due to inflation - search your dates now to see live prices and lock-in our very best rates.
The proprietors at Wisconsin House, Hazel Green, assure you a warm welcome, offering great value accommodation with eight pleasantly appointed rooms, offering 4 B&B deals on selected nights, including nearby parking, plus complimentary in-room & common area WiFi.
Offering eight rooms for the comfort of the weary traveler; most with private bath. Hearty, full breakfast served each morning. Most conveniently located for visiting all the attractions of the Tri-States -- Galena, IL is just 6 minutes away, Dubuque, IA 15 minutes, and Platteville, WI 20 minutes.
Common Inn areas available for relaxation or recreation include: the Parlor, with stuffed furniture and television; the Pub with card table; and the Library with wicker furniture. For your outdoor enjoyment: The Porch, Veranda, Crawford Garden and Gazebo, or just enjoy a peaceful stroll through town.
By 1824 the lead miners had moved north from Galena digging into what would become Wisconsin. Their first settlement was Hardscrabble, soon renamed Hazel Green.
In 1846 lead mining was booming. Hazel Green was a bustling town on the stage coach trail from Milwaukee. That year the town saw the opening of its second inn, the Wisconsin House. Soon the boom moved westward and the railroad replaced the stage coach. In 1853 Jefferson Crawford bought the inn as his family residence.
Foremost amongst the miners of the Hazel Green District, Jefferson Crawford was a community leader and friend of U.S. Grant. They often visited together. General Grant is last known to have visited at the house in August 1868, at Jefferson Crawford’s death.
In 1876 a tornado swept through Hazel Green, and leveled most of the town. The native oak timbers of the house proved to be as strong as rumored, and the house was among the few left standing.
For much of its history, the inn was the home of Miss Helen Crawford, Jefferson’s granddaughter. Miss Crawford taught at the local high school into the 1950’s. Much beloved by her students, many of the townspeople share wonderful stories about her. Miss Crawford died in 1958.
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FAQ's for Wisconsin House
Is there free parking at Wisconsin House
No, free parking is unavailable at Wisconsin House.
Does Wisconsin House have non-smoking rooms?
Yes, Wisconsin House has no smoking rooms for your comfort and convenience.
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This page was last updated on 4 October, 2022.