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Reviewed 4 July 2016

Having stayed in some really dumpy old hotels in Door County, I was so pleased to have found The Juniper Inn. It's rare to find a place to stay in Door County that is new and updated and clean, and this Inn definitely stands out. It's so well cared-for it looks like it just opened! I will definitely stay here again!

Room Tip: The owner has great restaurant and entertainment suggestions!
Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 29 June 2016

Beautiful, quiet and relaxing, but only a few miles from the business of Door County, just out of Fish Creek. A newer building with charm galore, great layout and it was super clean. Four rooms upstairs, no two alike. I was in the Lilac room, the smallest of the four, but one of my friends was in the Evergreen room (largest) and that was ideal for our happy hours with a view over the valley from both the sitting area or the nicely shaded deck. Thoughtful amenities like a decanter of port in the room, refrigerator for your snacks near the rooms (shared with other rooms), shampoo, body wash, conditioner all supplied. Fresh, warm muffins for breakfast each day with fruit, a unique, cold fruit soup (yum), cereals, coffee, juice. Breakfast area also overlooks the heavily wooded valley and has a fireplace for chilly fall or winter mornings. The comfortable, living/sitting room adjoins the breakfast area. It was a great place to work on my loom on a rainy afternoon. Throughout the inn, there is wonderful original art. Mark, the host, is very accommodating and happy to chat with you, even at breakfast if you wish. He is a great resource for knowledge of the area. Thoroughly enjoyed this inn.

Stayed: June 2016
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Mary N, Owner at The Juniper Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 13 July 2016

So pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay at The Juniper Inn. We hope to see you again in the future!

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Reviewed 23 June 2016 via mobile

We were looking for a nice quiet place to relax while we were exploring Door County. Mark was the perfect host - very helpful and attentive to the details. We especially appreciated the home made healthy breakfast! We would highly recommend a stay here if you are looking for a peaceful, beautifully decorated and quiet place to stay at a reasonable price.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Mary N, Owner at The Juniper Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 13 July 2016

So glad you enjoyed your stay with us and that you found The Juniper Inn relaxing. It is one of our goals to provide a peaceful environment for our guests. Glad you were able to enjoy that.

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Reviewed 19 June 2016

Enjoyed my midweek stay in the Sunflower Room, with a view to the nearby Ephraim wetlands. Nice little deck but rained too much to enjoy being outside. But the view from the room was really great. Lots of nice amenities in the room and the inn. Good location close to Fish Creek, Ephraim and Bailey's Harbor. Mark is as promised "your friendly innkeeper." it was a pleasure to stay at his inn and would recommend this inn to everyone.

  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled solo
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Mary N, Owner at The Juniper Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 13 July 2016

We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay. We hope you have the opportunity to come back and enjoy the Sunflower deck when it's sunny or when we are enjoying one of our numerous light shows over the valley. Mark.

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Reviewed 15 August 2015

Stayed at the Juniper Inn for a spur of the moment getaway and it was the only place with availability. We lucked out! Off the main road and secluded on 7 beautiful acres it is an oasis from the bustle of Door County. Innkeeper Mark is friendly and meticulous and serves a wonderful continental breakfast of cold Swedish fruit soup (be sure and eat the orange and lemon rinds in it - they are cooked and crystallized and are the best part of the soup!) and his homemade granola and cinnamon apple or peach muffins which will have you going back for more. Bring your bike or just plan on hiking the quiet roads and trails around the

The Inn is immaculate to the point of finding yourself tidying up the room before Mark does each morning. He is a perfectionist and it shows in everything from the design of the Inn - gorgeous maple thru out - to the extensive library and movie selections, to the shades drawn on the porch to lessen the heat of the sun. There are 4 rooms, each with its own character and price. We stayed in the smallest Lilac room but when we return - and everyone will! - we will try and get the Red Maple room for $20 more. If you want a jacuzzi or fireplace request the Evergreen room ($100 more) which has the best view or the Sunflower room ($60 more) but for the difference I like Red Maple which has a nice sitting area with a bay window. Other guests (whom you will probably meet at breakfast) mentioned how comfy the beds are but we found the bed in the Lilac room to be a little hard and you have a tendency to roll to the middle. The TV is small but we were still able to see the Packers beat New England in the first preseason game - yay!

Be careful - the water is EXTREMELY hot, but is better than having to let the faucets run a long time before it is luke warm like in standard hotels. Also, I wish we were allowed to regulate the temperature in the room. It has a locked cover over the thermostat set at 73. While that sounds comfortable, we were cold during the day and too warm for sleeping. Otherwise I would have given Junioer Inn 5 stars.

If you're looking for solitude and laid back but sophisticated style, choose the Juniper Inn. You won't be disappointed!

Stayed: August 2015
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