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The three guest rooms at Windmill Farm are nestled upstairs. One room has a private bath and the other two rooms share a bath. Enjoy the wood burning fireplace in the common room or get lost in a good book in the library.

The home dates to the early 1900s and was built in the Dutch style. Until recently, it had been a true working Wisconsin farm. The barns and silo remain as well as the windmill and well house. Memories of children running and playing in the fields and fresh mown hay still remain. One can imagine the hams and sausages in the upper room of the well house. Down below ground level in the same building, one would have found vegetables stored for the winter.

The Inn lends itself well to creativity—painting, writing, contemplation. Since there is no television, the quietness of the Inn is perfect for relaxing and rejuvenating one’s self.

Your visit includes a full breakfast served in the dining room, kitchen or on the front porch. Your Inn hosts are Ed Fenendael and Frank Villigan.

Ed has been an artist for over 35 years. He teaches at the Kansas City Art Institute as a visiting faculty member and teaches several workshops in the United States, Mexico and Europe each year. Ed’s work can be seen at Windmill Farm in the Morning Mist Studio/Gallery in the historic barn. The studio/gallery is open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each season (mid-May through mid-October and by appointment). Ed’s work has been in many national shows and was named Door County Master Artist of the Year in 2008. Now a permanent resident of Door County, he offers classes in his studio at Windmill Farm. Take a moment to visit Ed’s Watercolor Excitement web site.

Frank has a great background in fine antiques and has great pieces for sale at Lupine Antiques at Windmill Farm in the historic barn.  In addition, he brings to the Inn an extensive knowledge of landscape design.

Listen to the sound of the windmill. A peaceful sound. Take in the pastoral vistas and remind yourself where you are. Quiet, tranquil, beautiful, and nostalgic…this is Windmill Farm.