Wisconsin welcomes you to the beautiful and romantic Honeybee Inn Bed and Breakfast in Horicon!
Honeybee Inn is just 45 minutes from Milwaukee, Madison, and Oshkosh Wisconsin. We are 25 minutes from West Bend, WI and 14 minutes from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. We are located about 8 blocks from the Horicon Marsh and just under 2 miles to the Wild Goose State Trail.
The Honeybee Inn Bed & Breakfast in Horicon Wisconsin is the perfect place for romantic getaways, birding, reunions, business stays, anniversaries or just to enjoy the superb Horicon Marsh Wildlife area in Dodge County.
Spring and fall bring massive migrations of waterfowl, with nearly 500,000 birds stopping at the marsh to feed and rest on their way to warmer climates.
Winding channels, open water and expansive wetlands are yours to explore. Just minutes from the Inn.
The Wild Goose State Trail runs for 34 miles along the western edge of the Horicon Marsh.
YUM YUM Breakfast
In the morning, you will awaken to the delightful aroma of a delicious, classic breakfast, which you may eat on the beautiful screened in porch in good weather, or by the delightful fireplace in the elegant dining room.
Conveniently located near Horicon Marsh, the largest freshwater cattail marsh in the United States
FROM HORICON MARSH
FROM NEAREST INTL AIRPORT
“From the moment we walked in until we left, we felt at home. The room was amazing, the breakfast was amazing. The bed was amazing. Kristen makes sure that you are well taken care of while in her home. Will definitely be back!”
“Magnificent Victorian mansion with lots of history, beautifully landscaped yard, wonderfully furnished with period furniture but todays’ amenities. Interior woodwork is incredible and the stained glass breathtaking. Rooms comfortably appointed all with pvt bath. Fully stocked library that is fascinatingly eclectic – something for everyone. And the best part of all – a charmingly accommodating hostess who greets you at the door with warm cookies. Breakfast was superb and the conversation, delightful. We will return.”