Kick back and relax in a newly restored historic home with all the amenities. Just one block away from downtown shops, restaurants and the opera house. Small enough for a couple, but large enough to sleep a family or gathering of 6 comfortably.
Experience small town life in this beautiful home located in a historic neighborhood. It features a fully equipped kitchen, living and dining rooms, three bedrooms and two baths. The house is let out to only one guest or group per night and is priced for a couple to enjoy.
The cozy one-bedroom home is located on a quiet street. Recently renovated to add modern conveniences while maintaining its charm. With a patio and surrounded by rock gardens. Walking distance to Opera House, shops, galleries, and restaurants.
We offer spacious rooms to fit anyone’s taste. With a well established restaurant down stairs you can enjoy our breakfast, lunch, and dinners. Gray Dog Wine Bar is offered as a place for quiet romantic moments to add to your stay.
This 4 bedroom 1868 Victorian home is a short walk to downtown – a perfect place to get together with friends or family. Features a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, parlor, breakfast room and 2.5 baths. Relax on two porches and enjoy the outdoors on an expansive lawn.
A beautiful bed and breakfast inn, brewpub restaurant and brewery all housed in a restored stone warehouse, plus two cottages a short walk away on Shake Rag Street. Whether you are here to dine or to stay a night or more, you will enjoy your stay at Brewery Creek.
This rustic log cabin guest house is arguably the oldest accommodation in WI and features an expansive pioneer fireplace, and a roomy loft featuring a queen-size bed custom-made from local barn wood.
Located on the grounds of the Cothren Estate, this charming 1850s cottage originally served as the summer kitchen for the main house. This stone cottage features two bedrooms (one full, one queen) and an adjoining living room. Amenities include down comforters, plush robes, WIFI, and Cable TV – all just a short, hilly walk to downtown Mineral Point.
The Dairyland is a small family owned motel dedicated to providing guests with clean comfortable rooms at affordable prices, and friendly service every time. Cable TV, microwave, refrigerator, and laundry.
A stone walkway leads you through an arbor of honeysuckle to this 1800s miners cottage. Enjoy the private deck, enclosed by a 30 foot bluff, providing privacy in the middle of downtown. Queen size bed, king size whirlpool and fireplace. Private bath and continental breakfast.
Both guest rooms at the little downtown candy store include a jar of candy! THe High Suite is located upstairs and features a sitting room, king size bed and sunny bathroom with heated floors. Below the candy store, the charming Garden Suite features a gas fireplace, full size bed, full kitchen and garden patio.
Lori and Joe Bartol welcome groups to enjoy the majestic splendor of the Mansion as an unconventional getaway for creative retreats and gatherings. Guests are free to enjoy and use all rooms and facilities within the house, including the kitchen, formal dining room and third floor creative studio.
3 bedroom guest house on 26 acres – perfect for all nature lovers. Maple Wood Lodge features everything you need for a romantic getaway or a friends and family stay. Quiet and remote, yet close to all that Mineral Point has to offer.
A Territory Mansion. Built in 1839, before Wisconsin was a state, the limestone house features original pine floors, painted wood finishes and 6 over 6 windows. Enjoy the stately, Greek Revival style home with gardens and a patio for relaxing. 2 rooms.
Come stay in a converted 1912 Wisconsin one room schoolhouse. Modern on the inside with two bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs and a beautiful light filled main room with a full kitchen.
Dwell Magazine, 2014 and HGTV “You Live In What?”, 2015.
A great place to stay when enjoying all that southwestern Wisconsin area has to offer. Indoor Pool and Whirlpool, complimentary continental breakfast with waffles, free wireless high-speed Internet, guest laundry, Whirlpool Suites with microwave and refrigerator, Meeting and banquet facilities for weddings, reunions, business functions, and other events. Exit 40 just off Highway 151.
In the 1800s, stagecoaches would roll to a stop here. Today’s travelers are offered comfortable beds and considerably updated amenities Three rooms each have a private bath and a commons room offers a fireplace and free WiFi. Located on the beautiful grounds of Shake Rag Alley.
Centrally located on Shake Rag Street in charming Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Two self-catering and furnished suites each with 2 bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens, living rooms, wifi, cable tv, central air-conditioning, organic bath amenities and comfortable bedding await you. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places Within walking distance of restaurants, shops, historic sites, theatres, art studios, parks, and recreation trails.
An adorable 1865 cottage only a block from Downtown Mineral Point. The house has one full bed on the main floor and two twin beds upstairs. Fully-equipped kitchen, bath and sitting room. Free WI-FI. Family friendly.
Look for the reclaimed furnishings and historic artifacts creatively placed throughout this 1840s stone apartment tucked into the lower level of a downtown building. The fully equipped kitchen/dining area, queen size bed and a bathroom with shower and claw foot tub provide a charming, comfortable and unique lodging experience.
RV sites, family and group sites, electric & water hook-ups are available. Also a rustic cabin for rent as well as tent sites. Showers and dump station. All overlooking the beautiful landscape of southwest Wisconsin. Just 12 miles from Mineral Point
Enjoy a restful stay at the Travelers Inn during your visit to Mineral Point with amenities that include a mini fridge and microwave in room and use of laundry facilities, close to shopping and downtown with special pricing for extended stay guests, we look forward to seeing you soon.
10 lodging rooms in one of Mineral Point’s most unique places. Built in 1836 as the railroad hotel, the stone building remains a landmark and a great place for your home away from home. Dining for a couple or a large group is available by 24 hour reservation.