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Be immersed in historic reverie when you enter our intricately adorned, vintage suites. Exposed brick, hand carved beds, antiques and fireplaces nod to the past while modern amenities ensure a comfortable, relaxing stay. Built in 1884 at the corner of bustling Cedar and Cottage Streets (now Third and Louisiana), this brick vernacular style building has seen more than a century of the towns activity and growth. Among its many early occupants were a tailor shop, an apothecary, a soda fountain, doctors offices, and a clothing store.
Categories: Hotel/Motel/Inn, Bed and Breakfast
2020 Rates: Nov-Apr $120-$185; May-Oct $160-$225 peak season.
In season open 7:30am-7pm.
See our website for hours.
Today, year-round hospitality and delicious food are our tradition. Inn at Cedar Crossing offers the comforts and amenities of a historic inn with all the modern conveniences. The front desk and bakery facing Louisiana Street, is graced by the original pressed tin ceilings. Upstairs, nine elegant guestrooms await your arrival. While each room has its own personality, all provide the perfect getaway. Our restaurant and bar has served Door County residents and visitors since 1989, and is known for quality food, creative entrees and attentive service.
A stroll through the streets finds you amidst interesting shops, boutiques, and galleries, the Door County Historical and Maritime Museums, the library, Miller Art Center, and the market square. Inn at Cedar Crossing is just three blocks from the waterfront and close to numerous parks. You can enjoy sailing, biking, picnicking, beaches, and sunsets. The historically inclined will want to tour through the town’s designated historic districts.
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