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MainStay Suites provides rooms in Madison. 8.1 mi from University-Wisconsin Madison, the property is also 6.8 mi away from State of Wisconsin: State Capitol Building. Large room. Comfortable beds. Excellent shower. Mini kitchen with full size refrigerator. Great for family with young children or business traveler.
Boarders Inn and Suites by Cobblestone Hotels - Evansville is located in Evansville. This 2-star inn offers a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge and free WiFi. This was the closest hotel to the location where we were attending a horse show that had space. The manager was very accommodating in adding days to our stay at the last minute. Although there are not many restaurants nearby because this is a small town, the Night Owl Sports Pub and Grill was excellent and very close.
Located in Madison, 4.3 mi from University-Wisconsin Madison, Country Inn & Suites By Radisson Madison features an indoor pool and free WiFi. A buffet breakfast is served each morning at the property.... Great breakfast choices. Room was very comfortable
This is a beautiful town. We came up to ice fish and we had a blast on Lake Kegonsa. We also went to some downtown area bars and the Viking Brew Pub which was a very fun time. I would recommend coming up to this town to anyone looking to have a fun and relaxing time.
Museum is wonderful. Everyone friendly and helpful. Street construction made walking difficult. Limited parking...our tires were marked before we had been there an hour.....made us feel unwelcome. Main highway 51. Goes through Main Street.
Asked to please have check-in at 2 o'clock instead of 3 as we came in from out of town and the wedding we were attending started at 3:30. Called a week before and they would not promise anything, so we didn't want to take a chance that we'd be able to get into the rooms on time and therefore, had to travel in our dress clothes which was not our choice but couldn't take a chance.
You can tell it is a historic town, as it looks older, despite the new stores/developments that are being built. Downtown seemed lively, with great shops and eateries sprinkled throughout. There is some charm to the town, and I can respect the community trying to keep the Norwegian heritage alive, but the mixing of the old with the new brings a kind of depression or shadow over the town...kind of like the messages are getting mixed...keep progressing or keep looking back? The old railroad station was cool and the beautiful historic section after that (the houses).