Twisted Willow Harvest Feast October 24 October 2, 2015
GOOD FOOD……GOOD COMPANY
Most of our guests would agree that good food and good company are top priorities for a good time. That makes dining at the Twisted Willow while spending time at Port Washington Inn a win/win.
Therefore, we are happy to spread the word about:
The Harvest Feast at Twisted Willow Saturday, October 24th!
Here are some details:
Two separate seatings
Five-course dinner with or without beverage pairings
$59.95 with beverage pairings
$49.95 without pairings
Menu available Tuesday, October 6th
Limited seating; make reservations well in advance
Call Twisted Willow at 262-268-7600
Additionally, each Thursday & Saturday during October The TreeHouse at the top of the Twisted Willow will be the place to enjoy live entertainment.
If you must travel to Port Washington and need a place to stay, take advantage of Port Washington Inn’s multiple night discounts (15% off a two night stay; 25% off three or more nights) and make your weekend extra special.
Port Washington Inn is 3 blocks from Twisted Willow!
Labor Day weekend, the Denis Sullivan Tall Ship, Port Washington Inn: what do they have in common? August 6, 2015
Labor Day weekend is just one month away so make plans now to take advantage of the Denis Sullivan’s presence in Port Washington September 4-9!
CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION ON THE DENIS SULLIVAN
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR STAY AT PORT WASHINGTON INN
Drink in the beauty of July:
1) enjoy parks along Lake Michigan Lions Den Gorge, Coal Dock Park, Rotary Park, Lower Lake Park, Upper Lake Park in Port Washington; Harrington Beach State Park in Belgium
2) hike or bike the Interurban Trail
3) attend Gathering on the Green Music Festival (262-242-6187 for info)
4) participate in Port Washington’s Garden Walk (262-284-1948 for info) or Cedarburg’s Garden Walk (262-349-1147 for info)
5) take in an old-fashioned Friday Night Flick at the bandshell in Port Washington (262-284-5881 for info) t
6) enjoy a Seasonal Produce Cooking Class or a Farm Tasting Tour at Wellspring Education Center and Organic Farm (414-522-6989 for info)
7) learn about the history of Port Washington and its connection with Lake Michigan at the Port Exploreum
8) Visit the Fiber Art Exhibit at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts in Cedarburg (262-349-1147 for info)
9) take a trip back in time at the antique tractor and machinery show at Ozaukee County Pioneer Village in Saukville (262-377-4510 for info)
So much to see, so little time, you say? Then Port Washington Inn’s Stay Longer Special is made to order:
reserve three or more consecutive nights and receive 25% off your entire stay! You will enjoy homemade treats and a full breakfast and excellent coffee (or tea…..) each day of your stay AND you will be situated in the heart of Ozaukee County, in a peaceful neighborhood with views of Lake Michigan and outdoor space to enjoy!
See fireworks from Port Washington Inn June 9, 2015
Around the country, people will jockey for position to watch fireworks in celebration of July 4th. After 19 years as innkeepers of the Port Washington Inn, we tend to take for granted our ability to enjoy Port Washington’s fireworks from the comfort of the inn….or the front porch….or the lawn. We love our location and our guests do, too!
Prime real estate for viewing the fireworks from Port Washington Inn is the private balcony of Grace’s Suite and the sitting room of Top of the World Suite; guests also report viewing fireworks from Dorothy’s Room.
Our Two Nights Are Better Than One Special gives you 15% off a two night stay;
Stay Longer and you receive 25% off three or more nights!
Whether you are coming to Port Washington for an excursion on the tall ship Denis Sullivan (in our harbor July 4 & 5), for charter fishing, canoeing or kayaking, strolling the beach, or exploring the Interurban Trail, you will likely be making plans to return to take in the additional outdoor opportunities you didn’t have time for on your first visit. This is a place rich in history and intent upon honoring its history (visit the amazing Port Exploreum). Good things are happening here; come check us out!
Tall ships have been a main attraction of Port Washington festivals, but this summer the tall ship Denis Sullivan will be visiting Port Washington June 25-29, July 4 & 5, and August 21-23! This is great news as so many of our guests over the years have expressed interest in getting out on Lake Michigan.
Take advantage of the multiple night discounts at Port Washington Inn to fully enjoy the pleasures of Port any time. You won’t want to miss visiting the Port Exploreum (newly opened April 21, 2015). And your tastebuds will be happy if you allow them ample time to savor the flavors of Port (BALTICA BISTRO, DAILY BAKING CO., CHOCOLATE CHISEL are just the beginning!)
Port Washington’s claim to fame has always been its maritime heritage and the presence of the Denis Sullivan pays tribute to that as does the newly opened Port Exploreum. Happily, Port’s architectural history is also being honored by the restoration of distinctive buildings.
Port Washington Inn’s building was originally a home built in 1903 by George & Eva Blessing who moved here from Chicago. They built this lovely home on Sweetcake Hill; the house began life as a bed and breakfast in 1991.
Next week we will begin our 20th season as owners/operators of the inn; over the course of our time here, it has been our mission not only to welcome guests to the inn but also to restore ‘this old house’ and to create landscaping to honor it. We truly feel that George and Eva Blessing created a home with a welcoming presence which we are privileged to share with our bed and breakfast guests. We invite you to Port Washington Inn!