As a vacational travel destination, Door County, in Wisconsin offers recreational and sporting activities for tourists. During your stay in Door county peninsula you can go for either expensive place or explore dozens of family run mom-and-pop motels.
Voyageur inn owned by small family offering for an affordable price the hospitality and warmth of a country inn, with pleasant room atmosphere, private deck, a small pool in the backyard, a kitchen for guest, a living room with fireplace. You will be surprised at the service offered by Voyageur .There are more than twenty mom-and-pop motels with TV, fridges, chairs and clean rooms, cost you about $100 during summer. The other seasons you will get this accommodation for much less price.
Even very small motel offer facility of a website, flat TVs and Wi-Fi. The owners will be continuously updating the rooms. The owners are well aware of the fact if their lodgings are not up-to the expectation of tourists, they would choose some other place. The motel and café bought in 2010 by Solomons, is in an enviable location on peninsula state park, a very short walk to downtown, each room is priced at $96.
Robins Nest Cottages, run by Robin Klatt, down the street, knows very well that the guests want comfortable bed at low rates after the activities such as swimming, Kayaking and bicycling. Kurt Grube, owns Sister Bay’s Bluffside Inn which is truly constructed on the bluff which was previously known as Shady Hollow with many tiny cottages, now offers as variety lodgings at minimum rates. The Village View inn is typical motel having rooms and above office, all rooms cost more than ninety eight dollars.
As waterfront lodging always attracts tourists, there is short supply of lodgings. They have become expensive as it includes a beach scenic boat rides, play ground, gazebo where free concerts are arranged, and get kayak for rent.
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