Inn At Lonesome Hollow


(608) 624-3429


15415 Vance Rd,
Soldiers Grove, WI 54655

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As midsummer approaches and the weather warms, a new set of beautiful wildflowers embellish the fields and roadsides. At times the sides of local highways will mesmerize you with color. Nature's gardens are often so much more striking than engineered gardens.

Last evening we witnessed a beautiful sunset over the Mississippi River. Looking west from Lynxville, WI.

Warm weather has again brought a large number of hummingbirds into Lonesome Hollow valley. These guys are amazing to watch from our front patio. We seem to have about two dozen hummers at any one time flying around the front gardens and feeders. If you sit quietly on our deck you'll be within a few feet of these amazing birds and will be able to get photos like this one.

The road less traveled . actually many, many roads less travelled. The Driftless Area is rural with a capital "R". You'll find small dairy farms, only small cities and villages, hills that are unmatched in the Midwest, pristine trout streams, and Amish farms and crafts. This is a place to relax and to forget about the hectic pace of modern life. We'll pamper you with comfortable rooms, warm Jacuzzis, and delicious breakfasts.

Strong thunderstorms rolled through this morning. So wait a couple of days to let the streams clear up before going after beautiful Driftless Area trout. This area has dozens of excellent trout streams that hold brown, rainbow, and native brook trout.

The Inn at Lonesome Hollow offers upscale lodging in a beautiful rural setting. Biking, hiking, trout fishing, and motor touring opportunities abound here in the middle of Wisconsin's famous Driftless Area. We offer more than 5 miles of private hiking trails right in our valley, so enjoy a gourmet breakfast then step right out our front door to enjoy peaceful trails that you will share with only local wildlife.

A misty morning at Lonesome Hollow. Summer is on its way. Flowers are planted; the grass is growing too fast; song birds are singing like crazy; yearling deer are walking around in the open, lacking a mother to guide them.

Last week we drove through the Cashton Amish settlement, about 45 minutes north of Lonesome Hollow. Many Amish farmers were out in their fields - plowing, discing, seeding. The scenes were right out of a Norman Rockwell paining. Large work horses in teams of 4 or 6 pulled the old plows while a solitary Amish man stood on a plowboard behind the team. We stopped at several Amish properties and looked at furniture; bought cheese and candy. These are old order Amish who are very conservative but are welcoming to visitors to their shops.

Last week we drove along the Mississippi River. In Lansing, IA - only about 40 minutes from Lonesome Hollow - there is a lovely city park with a spectacular overlook of the Mississippi River. The river was particularly active that day and we watched this barge pass under the Lansing bridge and make a sharp turn to the right to follow the main channel. We saw an eagle fly past us and watched fishermen work the river. This is a perfect place for a summer picnic.

Spring is in full swing! Our wooded hills are once again green. The trout are biting. And, it's the perfect time to drive through the Cashton Amish settlement. You'll find beautifully hand made furniture, quilts, soaps, bakery, candy, honey, and maple syrup. Couple the trip to Cashton with hiking at the Kickapoo Reserve or Wildcat Mountain Sate Park.

Within the past few days we have seen our first orioles and our first hummingbirds of the year. They must like our spring colors and weather as much as we do. How can you look at either of these two birds - one so remarkable for its tiny size but major migratory ability, the other so remarkable for its outrageous beauty - and not be impressed by Mother Nature. Let us respect and protect our natural world.

More greenery. Crabapples just star, ting to bloom. A few Morel mushrooms are now being found. Turkeys gobbling in the morning and evening. We have planted a few more perennial flowers. May marks the opening of canoeing & kayaking. Newborn colts are frolicking in the fields. Farmers are beginning to sow their seeds. The joys of spring are upon us.

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