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Was able to get a lovely room on short notice. Have stayed here before with my husband, but got away by myself this time. The nicest, best run inn I’ve ever stayed at. Owners, Rita and Dave run the place professionally, but with earth and...More
A very nice and well managed B&B. Rita and Dave will take your comfort very seriously. Coffee and breakfast was excellent. A self service beverage bar for afterhours tea is also available and was very welcome.
This was my first B&B experience and my only fear is that Dave and Rita set the bar way to high for my future exploration. Dave and Rita provided an amazing B&B experience, from the beautiful home all the way down to freshly home grown...More
Thank Robert M
Response from RitaNelson, Owner at Port Washington InnResponded 14 November 2017
We note with chagrin how long it has been since we have posted a management response. The calendar turned, weather changed from fallish to wintry, and we shifted our attention to preparing the yard and storing the outdoor furniture for the winter. As I write...More
My wife and I were in Port Washington to fish and do some tourist stuff and we could not have chosen a better place to stay! From the treats outside our door to the wonderful breakfast, it was all good. We stayed in Dorothy's Room...More
We spent a long weekend at the Port Washington Inn for my husband's birthday. Rita and Dave Nelson are wonderful hosts and the B&B is beautifully furnished and decorated. We had the third floor suite which had an excellent view of Lake Michigan from the...More
Thank Margery N
Response from RitaNelson, Owner at Port Washington InnResponded 19 August 2017
A fringe benefit of the innkeeping profession is meeting delightful people. Sometimes our guests' journeys to the inn have been an adventure; this birthday weekend began with the adventure of dodging thunderstorms aboard Harleys. Other guests arriving that stormy afternoon were driving a vintage Jaguar....More