Viroqua Heritage Inn
In the style of a small town boutique hotel, The Viroqua Heritage Inn is comprised of two 1890’s Historic Landmark Homes each named after local distinguished founding residents…Eckhart and Boyle. These award winning, Victorian era, five-star properties are located on large, corner lots directly across the street from one another. The quiet residential neighborhood offers guests a restful respite from everyday busy life in an elegant and notoriously luxurious setting.
217 & 220 East Jefferson Street
Viroqua, WI 54665
Two 1890’s Historic Landmark Homes
About the Inn
The Inn is popular all year round for both business and getaway travelers. It is conveniently located one short block from Viroqua’s National Downtown Historic District and just six blocks from our East Side Historic District.
On the first floor you will find two large common areas for relaxing and socializing and our coffee pub with fresh ground (Wonderstate) coffee and teas provided daily. Guest refrigerator. Outside is a lovely front porch, back deck, gazebo, pond, firepit and chickens with coop.
This gorgeous restored Queen Anne Victorian home is open as an Inn from June 1 to December 1. In the off-season, rooms are available for long term lodging. The second floor has a lovely balcony where you can enjoy the gardens and have a view of downtown.
A Fresh Approach to Relaxing //
The Inn is ideally located to enjoy six downtown restaurants, four museums, our city park (Eckhart Park with a community-built playground), Pleasant Ridge Waldorf School, Youth Initiative High School, the Landmark Center, the Driftless Book Store (used books), seasonal farmers market, indoor public market and numerous interesting shops.
Make a Reservation
Contact us today to book a room!
Explore the Driftless Region
Nearby, you will find recreational opportunities galore. They include hiking around lakes (Sidie Hollow Park & lake, Esofea Park & lake) and in the Kickapoo Reserve (8600 acres), biking (road and mountain), fishing (one of the top 10 trout fishing areas in the country), ice fishing on lakes or the Mississippi River, canoeing/kayaking the famous Kickapoo River, hunting, golfing at the Viroqua Hills Country Club, skiing, sledding, picnicking, ice skating, lots of spectacular motorcycling and much more. Shopping in the downtown district is diverse.
The West Fork of the Kickapoo River is cited by anglers as some of the best trout fishing in the Midwest.
The Kickapoo Valley Reserve has an extensive system of rustic trails for equestrians, bikers, and hikers.
Kickapoo Valley has something to offer all bikers. Unsurpassed beauty to be found with every bend in the road.