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Welcome to the Coho Motel, located in the beautiful region of Kewaunee, WI, near Lake Michigan. Accommodations include spacious rooms that overlook the harbor. Amenities include free high-speed wireless internet, cable TV, mini fridges, and a grill area.
The room was spacious and clean. There is a beautiful view from the back patio. A grilling area with grills and picnic tables are provided. Just moments away from the harbor. If you are in town for salmon fishing, you will want to check it...More
We stayed here for two new nights and loved this place. We stayed in one of their suites which is upstairs. You get a gorgeous view of the valley and side views of Lake Michigan. We had two queen beds, microwave, refrigerator and a very...More
great place to stay, rooms clean and large, great view, easy to get to, friendly staff, have stayed here before and will stay again when back in town, average price for rooms, just don't have a free breakfast, but most hotel their breakfast is not...More
Very nice motel in Kewaunee that is close enough to local attractions to be convenient, but still in a quiet location. Many rooms available are first floor for easy access. Your room key will actually be a physical key.
We had a double bedroom (room...More
I recently stayed here on a motorcycle trip and it is a nice motel. It is a bit older, but was clean and smelled nice. They have a room that is nice for 3 people. But it was a little pricey. Maybe just because of...More
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No. In fact, if you bring in a pet and they find out, I think they will charge you an absorbent fee. If it’s a service dog and you have all your documentation in order, they can’t deny you. Hope this helps.
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"Maybe an upper level room would offer a better view of lake Michigan as well as the back marsh area."