Whitefish Bay Farm B & B

Savor the country quiet at our restored 1908 farmhouse settled on 80 acres of woods and farmland where we raise white and naturally colored Corriedale sheep. Light filled comfortable guest rooms--with king or queen sized beds and attached private baths--feature quilts, handweavings and original artwork. Abundant homemade breakfast. Guest farm tour (weather and schedules permitting). Seasonal Art Gallery on premises. Next to Whitefish Dunes State Park. Open May 1 to Oct 31.

Categories: Bed and Breakfast


Rates: $135 per night, 2 night minimum stay

Winter Hours

Closed in winter


  • 4 Bedroom
  • Adults Only
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bed Linens furnished
  • Central Heating
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Full Breakfast
  • Hair Dryer
  • Non Smoking
  • Private Baths
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone-Common Area

More Information

Welcome to Whitefish Bay Farm -- a refreshingly different B&B -- where comfortable rooms, good food, warm hospitality and friendly sheep await your visit.

The old fashioned charm of wood floors, wide baseboards, sponge painting and wainscoting combines with the modern amenities of an attached private bath, comfortable chairs and good reading lamps. Each air conditioned guest room is simply and individually decorated and offers a peaceful place to relax and renew your sense of well being. The Trillium Room is pictured on this site. To view the other rooms and get a further description, visit our homepage at

In the morning, you will come downstairs to the common room for breakfast (pictured on this site). While seated around the Scandinavian style table, you will have an opportunity to meet and chat with other guests. All items on the changing menu are made "from scratch" each morning. Many of the fruits, most of the vegetables and the "farm fresh" eggs on the menu are grown on the farm or produced locally.

After breakfast each day (weather and schedules permitting), B&B guests are able to join us for a farm tour and an opportunity to meet our friendly sheep. The tour includes information about the history of the farm as well as information about wool production and general sheep farming including managed intensive grazing.

From mid-May through mid-October, the Art Gallery exhibits pottery, fiber work, handweavings, plus naturally colored and naturally dyed yarn from our flock of sheep. We spin and weave the wool from our sheep into heirloom blankets, scarves, collectible teddy bears, and other handcrafted items. Handspinning, handweaving, natural dyeing or other fiber related activities occur daily.

We proudly invite you to spend a few days, a week or a weekend at the B&B where you may experience the peace and beauty of the farm and savor the country quiet. Let us help you make your stay at Whitefish Bay Farm and in Door County a truly relaxing and memorable one.

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