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Went to check in front desk said place had ghosts. I blew it away. In the middle of the night, someone tried to get in room by turning door handle. I went to check and no one was there. Then I heard walking needless to...More
We were in Green Bay for a college basketball game and stayed overnight at The Kewaunee Inn. (Packers had a game scheduled; all rooms in G-B were booked.)
Admittedly, it's one of the largest Bed & Breakfast establishments I've stayed in. The hotel is quite...More
Having lived in the surrounding area nearly a half century ago... it was more than wonderful to return with a nights-stay at the former Karsten Hotel. The age of the hotel dates back to 1912 and has maintained much of its original decor. We found...More
Having exhausted any chance of getting a hotel in Green Bay for the game, we trolled the internet and found the Kewaunee Inn. I am so glad we did. The price was very affordable and the hotel was full of great history. As we entered,...More
Breakfast cooked to order, beautiful views of Lake Michigan. Close to Green Bay for Packers game (from Cleveland) today against the Browns. Went up into Door County for awesome fall views! The Clearing(Ellison Bay) was a very nice 2 hour walking tour that was stunning!...More
US$ 91 - US$ 118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I only stayed here once for my wedding. There's nothing around the hotel, which I knew when I stayed, but figured it didn't matter because I wouldn't be checking out the town. It is a short, about a 2 block walk, to a nice... More
I only stayed here once for my wedding. There's nothing around the hotel, which I knew when I stayed, but figured it didn't matter because I wouldn't be checking out the town. It is a short, about a 2 block walk, to a nice beach with a park. The hotel always does have a nice covered porch out front with tables & chairs set up.
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"We hear room 310 is the room to get, although we stayed in Room 301, which was really nice."