• A One-Night Stay for Two in a European Inn Room, Sundays through Fridays
• Full-Service Breakfast or Brunch for Two
• Bottle of Wine and Turndown Service with Chocolates
• Tour and Tasting of Six Wines at The Highlands Sportsmen's Club Winery
In Port Washington, elegant antebellum archways and Greek Revival-style verandas invite visitors to slip into another era. Home to the largest collection of pre-Civil War buildings in Wisconsin, this easygoing town is teeming with historic storefronts, family-owned inns, and charming museums. Nestled on a natural harbor at the mouth of Sauk Creek, downtown's 220-slip marina hosts a steady stream of boaters, eager to cast off into the calm waters of Lake Michigan.
Since 1889, the iconic Port Washington Breakwater Lighthouse has shined nightly on Lake Michigan's Wisconsin shoreline. But it's another historic beacon—the Port Hotel Restaurant and Lounge—that is this lakeside community's brightest star.
Thirty minutes north of Milwaukee, this beautifully restored 1902 hotel radiates luxury. Rich period décor adorns each of the ten rooms, with many boasting intimate fireplaces and four-poster beds. All rooms are outfitted with satellite TV, DVD players, Kohler Water Haven showers (sometimes with whirlpool tubs), fluffy terrycloth robes, wet bars, and king or queen beds draped in European bedding.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 30, 2013
Port Hotel Restaurant and Lounge
Lighthouse Views and Vintage Rooms
- from $149