My partner and I recently stayed at the Juniper Inn and the experience exceeded our expectations. This was the perfect sanctuary while visiting family in the area. The property is absolutely beautiful, clean, comfortable, excellently located/tucked-away, and has that natural wood/Scandinavian look and feel that situate it nicely in Door County. The Maple Room was perfect for our needs (minimal amenities, since most of our time was spent visiting family) but one of the rooms with a balcony and that faces the woods would be a worthwhile upgrade when we return. The decanter with sherry liquor next to the bed with two glasses is a classy touch. The innkeeper, Mark, not only provided a simple yet wide variety of homemade selections for breakfast (the fruit soup with granola was perfect), but he clearly went out of his way to interact with guests and to make them feel comfortable and informed during their stay on the peninsula. We were initially curious, being a gay couple, as to the level of acceptance for LGBT guests. We were surprisingly pleased with the level of openness and acceptance from the innkeeper and the other guests. This was such a nice place to stay and is now on the radar for all of our family and friends that visit Door County. Thanks Mark!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Juniper Inn was honored to be named by Fodor's as a Door County "hotel favorite" in March 2013. The Inn is located just down the road from Peninsula State Park. The Inn's tranquil, rural setting and lovely views offer guests the perfect place to kick off their shoes and relax. ... more less