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Rooms remain for Cranfest and Oktoberfest weekend Sept. 26-27!


Discover a romantic weekend getaway in the country at Wisconsin's best farm bed and breakfast is an affordable treat!

Featured in Midwest Living magazine and the
Chicago Tribune.

Take a video tour of Brambleberry:

(Please note we have recently redecorated a couple of rooms and changed some room names, but the video is still representative of a stay at Brambleberry. We also have suspended Saturday night dinners until November because of the busy season for the winery.)

A special, unique Western Wisconsin vacation destination

Brambleberry Winery is now open!

Brambleberry is a real Wisconsin bed and breakfast that has been named one of the state's best eco-elegant inns by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Wisconsin's most affordable, romantic country weekend getaway is a one-of-a-kind destination in itself. Our romantic English/Scottish country manor inspired home has all the English Country Roomcharm of a small English country house hotel and provides couples with a blissfully comfortable, intimate, sanctuary retreat in which to relax and reconnect. (No children or pets allowed.)
A whole other world away, Brambleberry has English farm ambiance, complete with the pastoral view of grazing sheep and Scottish Highland cattle.
All guests are welcome to a free wine tasting during winery hours.

We're also the perfect place for that special anniversary, short vacation, murder mystery evening with your friends or a wedding night. We accept bookings for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The B&B is closed Monday through Thursday nights.

Our affordable rates range from $99 to $189, depending on room amenities. All five of our charming guest rooms have private, attached bathrooms. Our Wedgwood and Vineyard rooms are able to accommodate three guests. Whether you're looking for an inexpensive clean room with comfortable bed or an intimate, romantic retreat with double whirlpool, fireplace, luxurious canopy bed, satellite TV, DVD player and movies, we've got it.

Brambleberry Bed and Breakfast's guest loungeBrambleberry is so much more than a typical Wisconsin bed and breakfast. We are a leader in Wisconsin agritourism. We raise Scottish Highland cattle, Scottish Blackface and Suffolk sheep, pigs, chickens and field crops. There are plenty of cute lambs for guests to visit and pet. Here's a video of a lamb being born. Organic produce, a home orchard, small vineyard and maple syrup production are also part of our diverse Wisconsin farm bed and breakfast operation. Because we are a licensed and bonded winery, guests may only consume alcohol they bring with them in their guest rooms.

Experience the peace and quiet of our private nature trails. Peruse our book and video library and munch on a treat of buttery Scottish shortbread. Visit our winery for a free tasting from noon to 7. Our special home-cooked, full breakfast -- which always includes at least one item grown or produced here on the farm -- is the highlight of an enjoyable stay.

From November through March, B&B guests can even make arrangements to have dinner at the inn. Brambleberry is one of only two Wisconsin B&Bs that offers dinner to guests. During the summer and fall months, pizzas, Brambleberry's dining room cheese plates and light snacks are available in the winery until 7 p.m Saturday. The B&B dining room is not open to the general public. Separate reservations for the scheduled Saturday night dinner need to be made by noon Wednesday (before we grocery shop) if you wish to participate. Check out our dinner page for the menu schedule.

During the growing season, Brambleberry serves more organic produce grown on site than any other Wisconsin bed and breakfast. Guests can literally be "in touch" with their food source.

Brambleberry Winery is available for rent for your special event or party for up to 40 people by prior arrangement on Thursday or Sunday afternoons or evenings. Catering can be arranged as we have a restaurant license. We cannot close the winery during normal business hours for private parties.

Just 33 miles north of La Crosse and 15 miles west of Black River Falls, Brambleberry is the perfect place to enjoy all that a La Crosse, Wisconsin and a Black River Falls, Wisconsin getaway has to offer. We're centrally located to arrange numerous day trips. It's an easy drive to antiques, Brambleberry Bed and Breakfast neighbors Amish farmsAmish farms, Arcadia Memorial Park, Brambleberry Winery, Tenba Ridge Winery, Elmaro Vineyards, Sandstone Ridge Winery, restaurants, breweries, museums, golf, hiking in state parks, snorkeling and scuba diving, canoeing and kayaking, Mississippi River boat tours, public hunting, ATV trails, the Cranberry Discovery Center in Warrens, beaches at lakes Wazee and Arbutus and shopping in La Crosse. Enjoy nearly 500 miles of bike trails, featuring Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail, Great River Trail, Trempealeau County bike loop, and scenic motorcycle routes. Winona, Minnesota wineries and the Minnesota Marine Art Museum. In the winter enjoy nearby snowmobile trails, skiing or snowshoeing at the inn. We're located right in the center of the Great River Road Wine Trail. There's so much to do! Check out our area calendar of events.

Brambleberry house takes its name from our numerous blackberry plants, Brambleberry Bed and Breakfast is named after blackberries which grow on our farm called brambleberries in Scotland. We're one of the few Wisconsin bed and breakfasts that sits on extensive rural acreage. Our tranquil 80-acre estate is part of a 600-acre working family farm. We're surrounded by fields, woods, pastures, streams and gardens. Our romantic Wisconsin getaway destination is rated the #1 best lodging choice for 30 miles in every direction. Compare us to TripAdvisor reviews for La Crosse, Onalaska, Sparta, West Salem, Whitehall, Galesville, Holmen, Trempealeau and Black River Falls hotel lodging options. We're just two hours from the Twin Cities and Madison areas, just over an hour from Eau Claire, less than 90 minutes from Rochester, MN. We're only 15 miles from I-94 and 27 miles from I-90. We're a short distance from the Great River Road, just named the prettiest drive in America!

Brambleberry is Wisconsin's premier romantic destination but we welcome other guests, including reunion groups, girlfriend getaway groups and local wedding guests. We do not accept children under age 12. Guests 12 to 17 must be accompanied by a guardian. Guest areas of the B&B are pet-free, but we have a yellow lab in our private quarters and outside. We can't accept guest's pets. We recommend boarding your pet at K-9 Country Lodge. Check-in 4 to 6:30 p.m. Later check-ins can be arranged. Check out is 11 a.m.

Book your romantic weekend getaway at Wisconsin's finest bed and breakfast now!


Upcoming events

Oct. 31: Halloween murder mystery costume party with light refreshments
Nov. 8: Murder mystery dinner -- Sold out
Nov. 22: Deer Hunter Widow Day at Brambleberry Winery
Dec. 6: Holiday Open House at Brambleberry Winery
Dec. 13: Murder Mystery Dinner "I saw Mommy Killing Santa Claus"
Dec. 31: New Year's Eve food and wine pairing dinner
Jan. 17: Murder Mystery Dinner "Death Bemoans Her"
Feb. 14: Sweetheart's Food and Wine Pairing Dinner


How to find us

GPS coordinates

Brambleberry B&B is located at 947 feet above sea level. Latitude is 44 degrees, 12' 06 ".
Longitude is W 91 degrees, 06' 41".

Use the interactive map below to locate us

A Brambleberry B&B Highland welcome

A warm Highland welcome awaits you!

Brambleberry Bed and Breakfast is a member of the following organizations:
Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast Organization Wisconsin Maple Producers AssocationScottish Blackface Breeders UnionScottish Blackface Sheep Breeders' AssociationAmerican Highland Cattle Association

Travel Green WisconsinWisconsin Agriculture Tourism Association La Crosse Area Convention and Visitor's BureauBlack River Falls Chamber of Commerce Trempealeau County Tourism Council Preservation Alliance of La CrosseWest Salem Historical SocietyFarm Stay USWisconsin Agriculture Tourism Association

Brambleberry's blog

2014 lambing season begins
It's been a tough winter
Seeing a honey bee swarm