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Eagle Centre House Bed and Breakfast

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signWelcome to the EAGLE CENTRE HOUSE                                            Bed and Breakfast, located in Eagle, Wisconsin,                                                                          

Eagle Centre House Bed and Breakfast is an authentic replica of an 1846 Greek Revival style stagecoach inn, situated in the scenic Southern Kettle Moraine. We offer comfortable, romantic B&B lodging in Eagle near Old World Wisconsin Outdoor Museum and the Southern Kettle Moraine State Forest.

From the front parlor to third floor bedrooms, you will enjoy the splendid collection of carefully assembled period antiques. For pure relaxing pleasure, two second floor chambers feature double whirlpool tubs and fireplaces. All four spacious guest chambers have a private adjoining bath.  Groups of 5 couples or up to 14 individuals may be comfortably accommodated by accessing another, fifth bedchamber also with private bath. (Not pictured, please inquire.)

A full, candlelight breakfast is included and served  in the dining room adding to the romantic  journey into the past as breakfast is served on “Tea-Leaf” Ironstone china (c. 1855 plus). Take your time, eat hearty. It will be a memorable experience.

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  • Member:
  • Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association
  • Eagle Business Association
  • Featured In:
  • “Country Living” magazine
  • “Midwest Living” magazine
  • “Wisconsin Trails” magazine
  • “Romantic Homes” magazine
  • “Recommended Country Inns of the Midwest” — guide book by Bob Puhalah
  • “Chicago Home & Garden” Magazine
  • “Jessie Walker’s Country Decorating” Book
  • “Wisconsin Bride” Magazine

"We very much enjoyed meeting both of you and everything about our visit at Eagle Center House! We had a wonderful time at Old World Wisconsin (who should put you on the payroll, with your historical continuity). Eagle Center House was almost like staying at an OWW inn (except for the AC and indoor plumbing, thanks!)."
-Bill & Mary Ellen Schmelzer