Plymouth's many restaurants include fine dining to a casual setting. Tempting entrees include sizzling steaks, Friday Night Fish Fry, homemade pizza, all-you-can-eat buffets, micro-brewed beers and specialty coffees.
History buffs will enjoy a step back in time at the Plymouth Historical Society's Museum; the Wade House, an 1850's stagecoach inn; Herrling Saw Mill, and the Wesley Jung Carriage Museum one of the finest collections of carriages in the Country.
Bikers and hikers alike enjoy the Plank Road Trail, a paved trail that extends from Plymouth east Sheboygan and west to Fond du lac. Contact us if you are interested in renting bikes.
Pampering will be taken to the next level at the Kohler Waters Spa. Visit the spa for treatments that are beyond the ordinary.
Visit the Plymouth Art Center's gallery for rotating art exhibits, plays and concerts.
Nestled in the Northern Kettle Moraine, you will find miles of nature trails. Visit the Ice Age Visitor Center and learn about glacial activity in the area. Climb the 60-foot observation tower at Parnell for a birds-eye view of the glacial landscape of the Kettles. Nearby snowshoe trails and snowmobile trails offer even more ways to enjoy Wisconsin winters!
Racing fans appreciate Elkhart Lake's internationally acclaimed Road America. Located minutes away, Road America races are held May through October and include Indy cars, AMA Motorcycles and Vintage vehicles.
Oshkosh, to the west, is home to EAA Fly In. This event attracts more than 800,000 people and 12,000 airplanes.
The Kohler Design Center, located just east of Plymouth, is a must see 36,000 square foot facility showcasing dramatic kitchen and bath design ideas. Motorists enjoy fall colors on the scenic driving tour through the windy country roads of the Kettle Moraine State Forest.
Within walking distance of Gilbert Huson House are many antique shops, eateries, coffee shops, gift stores and a bike rental shop. Sheboygan, borders Lake Michigan with a lake front promenade featuring shopping and dining.
Contact us for reservation inquiries by phone at (920) 892-2222 or by Email
"Your attention to details goes beyond that of any
place we've visited. Thank you for making our stay so relaxing and enjoyable.
We will be sharing these memories with many others and plan on returning
many times more."
"What a weekend! Abe Lincoln was here and we ate breakfast
Gilbert Huson House is a towering home that was built in 1891. It consists of three stories with six roof gables, a fine example of Stick Style Queen Anne Victorian architecture. The beautifully restored interior boasts original stained glass windows, vintage light fixtures and unique interior shutters.
Our passion is restoring the inn to its original splendor. We are fascinated by the Huson family and have included some history for your reading pleasure.