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Recent Southwest reviews

  • Excellent getaway for a large group

    "Went with 5 others up for our annual fall fishing trip on the Mississippi. Home is huge with plenty of space for a large group. Home is well appointed with everything you need for a relaxing getaway. Very quiet location. Hot tub is out of this world. We will be back!"
    Guest: RTSECharger Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 29, 2014
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  • Wonderful getaway!

    "We had an amazing long weekend at this clean, lovely and secluded cabin. Our cell phones worked fine, although we tried not to let too many people know that! Joel was very helpful and responsive. The kitchen had everything we needed, wood stove kept the cabin toasty warm, and the hot tub with gazebo roof was quiet and relaxing - perfect in light fall rain. The fall leaves were gorgeous, as was the scenery along the Mississippi River. A beautiful spot for a weekend away from the world!"
    Guest: Kathy K. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014
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  • Comfortable spacious cabin in a peaceful setting

    "We rented this cabin for a quick reunion among young families. We found it to be the perfect place to unplug from our devices. Our nature-loving kids had a blast running around the spacious yard, exploring Sugar Creek and trying out the refreshing spring-fed swimming hole out back. The adults had fun grilling each night and the kids enjoyed roasting marshmallows for S'Mores in the fire pit. In the morning we got our exercise by walking up the road to the top of the mountain…what a view!! As we were only there for a short weekend, we didn't get to try out biking or canoeing but I could certainly see that it would be a blast. The house was wonderfully appointed with all the utensils, pots and pans we needed, including a working coffee maker! The large kitchen with generous island was a pleasure to cook in. There were plenty of comfortable beds for our crew along with all the blankets we needed. The kids enjoyed unwinding to Disney movies in the basement at the end of each night, what a great collection! The owner was wonderful to work with and very prompt in seeing to any detail. Thanks again for opening your warm and inviting home to us!"
    Guest: mountain gal Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • An absolute slice of heaven!

    "Our family stayed at the secluded grove for a week over the 4th of July. It is a beautiful log cabin located up on the ridge. Very quiet and peaceful. Beautiful views of nature, and at least a million stars in the sky nightly. The cabin is large. 3 very nice bedrooms, and comfortable beds. The loft is large enough to add a queen blow up mattress if need be. Huge family room on the lower level with dish tv and high speed internet. The craftsmanship of the house is gorgeous. 2 clean modern baths. Big kitchen with everything you would need. The living area is open with vaulted celing and there is a fireplace in the corner to add to the whole cabin experience. This property is clean and well taken care of. The lawn was mowed, and the 6 person hot tub was clean. The property has an amazing wrap around deck that our family lived on, very nice. The managers are great people who will literally roll the red carpet out for their guests. We have stayed in their properties before and will continue to do so. Our vacation was a wonderful experience, and this home and the location were the reason why."
    Guest: Ham Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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Southwest Travel Tips

Attractions near Southwest Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

If you have an interest in pioneering history, you will find many interesting landmarks and places to visit in southwest Wisconsin. At the Pendarvis Historic Site, you can see the area where many settlers made their homes in the 1830s and 1840s. It is located in Mineral Point. In Casseville, you can visit the Stonefield Historic Site that played an important role in Wisconsin's history. Just west of Mount Horeb you can visit the community known as Little Norway. Wine lovers can tour the wineries in the area. Many of the estates hold regular events and host festivals throughout the year. Some of the more well-known wineries include Spurgeon Vineyards and Winery; Wollersheim Winery; and Oakridge Vineyard and Weggy Winery. At all of these wine farms, you can sample some of their award-winning wines. Another interesting place to visit is the historic Potosi Brewing Company. The visitor center has an interesting collection of brewing memorabilia and there is also a gift shop where you can buy souvenirs. The Taliesin near Spring Green was once the home and studio of well-known architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Today, students continue his legacy at the architectural school located on the grounds. The House on the Rock is one sight that must be seen. It is an architectural masterpiece.

Getting to Southwest Wisconsin Cabins

The best way to access southwest Wisconsin is by road. The area has good road links with the rest of Wisconsin as well as the neighboring states of Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota. By road, it is approximately an hour's drive from the cities of Wisconsin Dells, Dubuque and Madison. The nearest major regional airport is located in Madison. Alternatively, you can also fly into Milwaukee which is just a two-hour drive away. If you cannot find a direct flight into either Madison or Milwaukee, then you may consider flying into Chicago in the neighboring state of Illinois. Even from there is it not a far drive to southwest Wisconsin. It only takes about three hours by road. If you are flying in from other destinations, you will need to hire a car to get to your vacation destination. There are several reputable rental firms located at the airports. If you are traveling in peak season, it is advisable to reserve your rental car in advance.

Seasons to Visit Southwest Wisconsin Lodging

Southwest Wisconsin is a great destination to visit at any time of the year. It is a community that has a full calendar of events taking place throughout the year. These include theater performances, art festivals, sports activities and much more. In the summer months, there are many outdoor events that attract a host of different visitors. Mountain biking events, vintage car festivals, art exhibits and family fun days near popular spots like Castle Rock Lake homes take place just about every weekend. When the seasons change and it starts to get snowy, it is the opportune for even more fun. Christmastime in the southwestern region is a particularly special time of year. There are Christmas markets, fun skiing, snowboarding events and plenty of good food and drink to go around.

Travelers to Wisconsin Vacation Rentals in the Southwest

Southwestern Wisconsin is a great family vacation destination. No matter what your interests are, it is almost certain that you will find something to entertain the kids while you travel and explore the region. In the summer months, you can enjoy hiking and other outdoor activities. In the winter months, there are skiing and other snow sports to be enjoyed. History and architectural enthusiasts will find many interesting places to visit.

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