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An Exciting Fall Getaway to Lake Geneva

Romantic fall Getaway in Lake Geneva, WisconsinNow that fall is officially here, it’s time to start planning romantic weekends away to charming towns like Lake Geneva.  Between the water-filled vistas, glorious sunsets, historic mansions, charming boutique shops, delicious restaurants and thrilling adventure, it’s easy to see the qualities that keep visitors coming back year after year. In fact, the charming resort town of Lake Geneva has been consistently ranked as one of the top getaway destinations from overworked city dwellers in both Chicago and Milwaukee.  Pamper yourself amidst the luxury and grandeur of the 19th century’s high society life at our boutique hotel this fall. We go the extra mile to make sure your stay is extraordinary.  Book your romantic fall getaway with us today.

A Perfect Fall Getaway

You can’t beat fall in Lake Geneva.  The wealthy homeowners in their stately mansions ringing the lake made sure there would be a spectacular fall color show every year.  The vibrant hues of red, orange, yellow and green light the shores of Geneva Lake on fire, and draw guests in search of brilliant fall foliage displays in droves.  Before you do anything else in Lake Geneva, take a stunning fall cruise around the lake, and take in the colorful splendor presented by these historic homes.  Lake Geneva Cruise Lines has a variety of fun and interesting cruises to choose from.  If you’d rather stay on land, you’ll get a similar view walking along Lake Geneva’s famous 21-mile Shorepath.  After you’ve taken in fall’s exquisite show, hit downtown Lake Geneva for some shopping.  The Cornerstone Shoppe & Gallery is a must.

Fall Getaway Lake GenevaThose fall evenings come quickly, but there’s still plenty to do after dark in Lake Geneva.  One of the best ways to spend a fall evening is at Yerkes Observatory.  It’s a spectacular place for stargazing on a brisk autumn evening.  If you want to enjoy an evening out, take in a show at the Fireside Dinner Theater or the Tristan Crist Magic Theater, where you’re guaranteed an evening of fun.  Finally, no getaway is complete without delicious meals.  There’s no shortage of delicious restaurants to enjoy during your Lake Geneva excursions, either.  Baker House, a Lake Geneva fine-dining favorite, is housed in a historic mansion built in 1885.  Other popular restaurants include Popeyes, with it’s exquisite lake views, and Sprecher’s delicious Wisconsin beer cheese soup.  You can even dine aboard Lake Geneva’s Cruise Line for a quintessentially indulgent Lake Geneva experience.

However you fill your days, the luxury of Chicago’s Gilded Age waits for you at our boutique hotel. Though there are plenty of lodging choices in Lake Geneva, there are none that will offer you the luxurious experience found at the Allyn Mansion Bed and Breakfast.  The Allyn Mansion is a romantic destination in and of itself, complete with a complimentary massage in select rooms, and a nightly wine and craft beer reception. Book your room with us today for a fall getaway you’ll want to enjoy time and time again.

 

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4 Ways to See Fall Foliage in Lake Geneva

fall Foliage Lake Geneva, WisconsinWith the official arrival of fall just around the corner, it’s time to start looking towards another spectacular fall in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Trees rimming Lake Geneva are already showing hints of their dramatic fall display. Soon, we’ll be surrounded by the vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows that have made fall foliage season in Wisconsin so popular. Whether you want to enjoy the beauty of fall by foot or behind the wheel, you won’t have to go far to see the finest fall foliage Wisconsin has to offer.  Book your room at our Boutique Hotel near the shores of Comus Lake today.  For maximum enjoyment, you may want to consider a midweek stay to avoid the inevitable fall crowds.

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