Walking distance to downtown shops & eateries. Minutes to Elkhart Lake, Kohler golfing & the Kettle Moraine State Forest.
Our Inn is not a museum, nor a gift shop or chain motel, it is your home-away-from-home. Whether relaxing on the front porch, or in one of the parlors, walking along the Mullet river in Huson Park, or dining at a Wisconsin Supper Club, you will enjoy the comforts of the Huson House.
The Huson family were early settlers of Plymouth. Gilbert operated a farm implement and feed business known as Huson Bros. & Timm. At one time Gilbert's parents, brother 's Henry and George, all lived in homes within 2-blocks of each other on Collins street. Gilbert and Susan raised 3-children, Clara, Mary and Willard, in their new home. Gilbert retired after the home was constructed and remained there until his death in 1917. The home remained in the Huson family until the 1940's.
The Gilbert Huson House - bed & breakfast Inn is located in a residential neighborhood of historic homes. Walking distance to the quaint downtown, minutes to Elkhart Lake, Kohler, hiking and sight seeing. 5-guest rooms, all with private baths, full breakfast weekends, continental week days. Wireless internet, off-street parking. Guest rooms accommodate one to two people.
Parnee's Room - named after Gilbert's mother, this room faces the front of the home with its decorative Victorian circle. Double bed with your own private detached bathroom, with the convenience of a pedestal sink in the room. $105 plus tax.
Willard's Room - named after Gilbert & Susan's son. Enjoy the tree top views of Huson Park. An ornate Eastlake style bed, private bathroom & shower. $115 plus tax.
Susan & Gilbert's Room - Susan & Gilbert built the home in 1891. Spacious and airy, this room offers a queen bed and full private bath, tub & shower. AC available. $135 plus tax.
Mary's Room - named after Susan & Gilbert's daughter, an ornate Eastlake bed and antique furnishings, make for a comfortable stay. Full private bath, tub & shower. AC available. $135 plus tax.
Helen's Room - named after Susan & Gilbert's granddaughter, small and comfy, a private porch is attached to the room. Queen bed, private bathroom & shower. AC available. $120 plus tax.
Breakfast is served in the dining room. A time which is convenient for you is determined beforehand, though breakfast is not served after 10:00 a.m. The Innkeeper decides the menu for each breakfast, which typically starts with fruit and/or yogurt, a sweet, followed by something baked. Please alert us to any dietary needs at the time of your reservation. We do our best to accommodate guest needs. Once a guest came down for breakfast and shared his multiple food allergies which we were unaware of. Unfortunately we were not able to attend his funeral. Just kidding!
The Inn is located in a residential neighborhood of historic homes. Across the street is the forested Huson Park & Tower. A paved walking path meanders along the banks of the Mullet river and is a hidden jewel. The downtown, designated as a historic district, offers quaint shops, antique stores, a cheese store, quilting shop, music store, coffee shops, eateries, a museum, an art's center, and more. Hand painted murals grace many of the buildings and a historic walking tour will introduce you to local architecture. The train station has been converted to a restaurant offering a Wisconsin supper club experience. Plymouth is known as "The Cheese Capitol of the World." The Dairy & Heritage Center, located in an 1875 jewel of a building, with interactive displays, gifts, grilled cheese sammitch's & soups, and a variety of delectable cheeses to purchase, all from local cheese factories.
The Kettle Moraine State Forest, with miles of trails, winding roads, wildlife and foliage, is beautiful any time of the year. Parnell Tower, in the heart of the forest, offers fantastic views of the country side. The Ice Age Trail will take you through areas where glaciers once covered northern Wisconsin. Elkhart Lake's nationally known Road America Race circuit is minutes away. Kohler's famous golf courses and Design Center are also close by. Wade House and Wesley Jung Carriage Museum will take you back to life in the 1860's. The Sheboygan County Marsh and observation tower, tallest in the state, offers fantastic views as well as a restaurant, located in the park. An extensive bike trail extends from Sheboygan to Plymouth to Greenbush. The Sheboygan County airport is a few miles to the east.
Wisconsin is known for its supper clubs and we have a few close by. These places are just timeless. A brandy old fashioned press, relish tray, cheese & sausage, pickled beets, herring, and a big-ol steak or prime rib, a few things which make for a Supper Club experience which you won't soon forget. And you won't leave hungry! A little tipsy? Perhaps!
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125 miles north of Chicago - 50 miles north of Milwaukee - 60 miles south of Green Bay - 6 miles to Elkhart Lake - 12 miles to Kohler. I-94 to Milwaukee then I-43 north to Green Bay. At Saukville, exit 97, Hwy. 57 north to Plymouth. Hwy. C (Mill's Fleet Farm) left or west to downtown Plymouth. Collins street runs parallel with the downtown street named Mill street. Just as you are nearing the downtown veer to the left onto Collins street. Two blocks to the Inn.
315 Collins St, Plymouth, WI 53073, us
A moist & delicate coffee cake creates wonderful aromas for those early morning risers.
1/2 cup softened butter
1 cup sugar
1 cup sour cream
2 cups flour
1-1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tea. salt
1 tea. vanilla
Beat butter & sugar until light & fluffy. Add eggs & sour cream. Sift dry ingredients & add to creamed mixture. Pour 1/2 of the batter into a greased 9x13 pan. Cover with 1 can of pie filling (examples: peach or blueberry or apple). Spread remaining on top. Sprinkle with a crumb mixture made of 1/4 cup softened butter, 1/2 cup flour, 1/3 cup sugar & 1 tsp. cinnamon. Bake in a 350* oven for 45 minutes.
Make traditional bread pan size loaves or mini tea breads. Wrap up nicely for gift giving or eat on your own. This is a wonderful dessert bread.
3 cups all purpose flour
2-1/4 cups sugar
1-1/2 tbsp. poppy seeds
1-1/2 tea. baking powder
1-1/2 tea. salt
3 eggs lightly beaten
1-1/2 cups milk
1 cup vegetable oil
1-1/2 tea. vanilla extract
3/4 cups sugar
1/4 cup orange juice
1/2 tea. vanilla extract
1/2 tea. butter extract
In a large bowl, combine first 5 ingredients. Add eggs, milk, oil & extracts. Pour into 2 greased loaf pans or multiple mini loaf pans. Bake 350* for 60 minutes (large pans). Cool completely in pans. In a sauceoan, bring all glaze ingredients to a boil. Pour over breads in pans. Cool for 5 minutes. Remove from pans and cool completely on a rack with wax paper below to catch drippings. Freezes well.
An easy and delicious breakfast or dessert casserole using buttery croissants, a cream cheese mixture, and fruit of your choice. A new favorite at the Huson House.
4 large croissants cut up into cubes (about 6 full cups)
½ cup fresh or frozen blueberries
½ cup fresh or frozen raspberries
8 ounces cream cheese, softened
2/3 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
¾ cup whole milk
Lightly coat a 9-inch square pan with cooking spray. Place croissant pieces in the pan. Scatter the blueberries and raspberries over the top. In a medium bowl with an electric mixer, beat cream cheese and sugar until combined and smooth. Add in the eggs and vanilla and beat until well blended. Gradually add milk, beating well after each addition. Pour mixture evenly over croissant pieces. Gently pat down with a wooden spoon so all the pieces are coated. Let rest 10-15 minutes.
Preheat oven to 350*. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes or until set in center and golden brown. If top starts to get too brown toward the end, cover with foil. Serve warm with powdered sugar sprinkled on top. We make two-pans or double the recipe and bake in a 9X13 cake pan. If baking in glass set your oven at 325*.
We offer reduced rates if you are returning to Plymouth to attend a family funeral or memorial service. Call for details and availability.
PHS alumni planning reunions are encouraged to contact the Plymouth Education Foundation. In addition to getting the word out to classmates, the foundation can provide guidance in planning reunion events. Reunions can include a tour of the high school, and/or Riverview school for those graduating before 1967. Tours may also include the LTC-Plymouth Science & Technology Center and the Food Science & Agricultural Center. Contact the foundation at info@@plymoutheducationfoundation.org or 920-892-2661 ext. 1008.