Countryside Farmhouse Rental Next to a Vineyard in Muscoda, Wisconsin
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In the first bedroom, guests will find a queen-size bed, a window that provides a view of the vineyard, and French countryside-inspired decor. The second bedroom contains a queen-size bed with a pillow-top mattress. The third bedroom features a queen-size bed, a sitting area with a full-size mattress, and a 50-inch electric fireplace on the wall.
In the bathroom, guests will find a two-person jetted bathtub, a separate shower, a toilet, and a vanity. Linens and towels are provided. The fully equipped kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, a microwave, a coffeemaker, a toaster, a breakfast nook, and ample cabinet and counter space. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, a television, and a DVD player.
Outside, guests will find a large deck with seating and a stone patio with a fire pit. Next, to the farmhouse, they will find a vineyard that contains 16 acres of more than 30 varieties of grape-vines, eight acres of fruit trees (including apples, pears, and peaches), and over two acres of blackcurrant shrubs.
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- Queen-size bed
- Child's bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water
- Air conditioning
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
- Washing machine
- Dining table
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- Sound system
- BR/DVD player
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
About five miles to the south, guests will encounter the Wisconsin River and the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway—a 95,000-acre state park that runs along both banks of the river. Here, guests will find even more beautiful scenery, fishing spots, hiking trails, and opportunities to go kayaking, canoeing, and boating. At nearly 430 miles long, the Wisconsin River is the largest river in the state, winding its way from the Lake District through Muscoda and ultimately feeding into the mighty Mississippi River, which is about 45 miles to the west of the site.
About 28 miles to the west, guests will also find the Kickapoo River and the Kickapoo River State Wildlife Area that surrounds it, offering more opportunities for outdoor recreation. Other attractions in the area include the Pine River Recreational Trail (seven miles north) for off-road biking, hiking, kayaking and canoeing, the American Players Theater, the AD German Warehouse, the Starlite 14 Drive-In movie theater, and the Scenic Byway of Highway 60. The area is also home to a variety of special events such as the Muscoda Morel Festival, the Richland County Fair, the Southwest Wisconsin Wine Trail, and the Wisconsin High School Rodeo.
The location is about an hour and a half from Madison (where the nearest airport is located), two hours and 30 minutes from Milwaukee, and four hours from Chicago and Minneapolis.
- Wildlife watching
- Wine tasting
At the nearby Wisconsin River, Kickapoo River, Pine River, and various streams in the area, guests can go tubing, canoeing, and kayaking as well as fishing for trout, catfish, walleye, bass, and sauger. The beautiful scenery surrounding the Wisconsin River can also be enjoyed via the Scenic Byway of Highway 60, which winds alongside it.
Theater enthusiasts can attend play performances at the American Players Theater while movie lovers can watch films at the Starlite 14 Drive-In movie theater. History and architecture buffs can visit the AD German Warehouse—the only warehouse designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Guests who enjoy hiking and horseback riding can hit the trails at the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway. Cyclists will find a 15-mile trail that passes through four different ecosystems and goes over 15 bridges at the Pine River Recreational Trail. Birdwatchers will have plenty to keep an eye out for, with many species of bird frequenting the area, including hawks, eagles, orioles, grosbeaks, and hummingbirds.
Depending on the time of year in which guests visit, they can also attend special events in the area, such as the Muscoda Morel Festival, the Richland County Fair, the Southwest Wisconsin Wine Trail, and the Wisconsin High School Rodeo. Last but certainly not least, wine lovers can take a tour of Weggy Winery, which is right in the backyard of the farmhouse and only a few minutes away by foot.
Those who would like to experience the hands-on producing of maple syrup can come by at the end of February through the beginning of March. During this time, Ron will be tapping and collecting sap from our maple tree grove, boiling down the sap and watching it turn into delicious, pure maple syrup!
Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check-out: 11:30 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared