Lazy Cloud Lodge

W4033 Highway 50, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147
Innkeeper(s): Carol Tiffany
 
  • Introduction

    Lake Geneva Hotels & Lake Geneva Bed and Breakfast. Two Romantic Getaways in Wisconsin and Lazy Cloud has the best of both!!

    We offer bubbling double whirlpools, blazing fireplaces, loads of candles, and complimentary champagne with chocolate dipped strawberries!

    Lazy Cloud Inn and Lazy Cloud Bed & Breakfast in the Lake Geneva Wisconsin area are the ideal place for your honeymoon, anniversary or romantic getaway.

    Lazy Cloud offers premier Lake Geneva lodging for your getaway. We cater to romantic couples and provide wonderful amenities with luxurious double whirlpools and fireplaces in every suite and room.

    Located in southeastern Wisconsin. Only 90 minutes from Chicago and an hour from Milwaukee & Madison.

    Visit our Lake Geneva Hotel

    Our romantic Wisconsin Inn is located just two minutes west of Lake Geneva. This small country Inn has all the privacy and luxury of the finest Lake Geneva hotels. And all the personal attention of a Bed and Breakfast.  The large, private decks of each suite are a magical place to sip a glass of wine.  Gaze at the stars and enjoy your romantic getaway.

    Lazy Cloud Inn is a small Lake Geneva hotel with nine romantic guest suites!

    Some Lake Geneva hotels offer whirlpools or fireplaces, but most don’t offer double whirlpools in the sitting room with a view of the fireplace!

    Lazy Cloud Inn, a Lake Geneva HotelAnd most hotels do not allow candles or bubblebath. Lazy Cloud Inn doesn’t just allow them — we provide them!! How can you have a romantic getaway at a luxury hotel without candlelight and mounds of bubbles in your whirlpool??

    Located just a couple minutes west of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, you’ll enjoy the peaceful location. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the company of your special someone. So enjoy a sunset boat cruise on Lake Geneva or stroll around the lake or drift away in a hot air balloon ride. Then come back to your romantic hotel suite and indulge in your complimentary bottle of champagne and chocolate dipped strawberries. There are also raspberry meltaway chocolates at your bedside for a midnight treat!

     

    Each of the guest suites at our Lake Geneva hotel have large private patios or decks, with several of the decks almost as large as the suites. Large private decks or patios are also something most Lake Geneva hotels don’t offer, but we do!

    Each outdoor area has a dining area so you can enjoy a romantic dinner under the stars and since we are a couple miles outside of Lake Geneva, you’ll be able to see lots of stars. They also have a glider or porch swing for two. With views of the woods or water fountain in the gardens, this is a great place to enjoy the breakfast that is awaiting you. Pastries, muffins, orange juice and gourmet coffee have all been left in your suite so that you can enjoy it whenever you like.

    Visit our Lake Geneva Bed and Breakfast

    This Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast is located in a secluded area on the west end of Geneva Lake in the small, lakeside village of Fontana. A perfect spot for a romantic getaway.

    Choose one of Lazy Cloud’s individually decorated romantic suites for your next getaway! Each of the suites and rooms at our romantic getaway feature a Jacuzzi for two with a view of the fireplace.

    To make your romantic getaway even more special, we tempt you with complimentary champagne and chocolate dipped strawberries!


    Each suite is decorated in a relaxing country style with a private bath and a private outside entrance. Three acres of gardens beckon you to take a stroll. Or enjoy a nap in our double hammocks.

    In the Lake Geneva area, there is plenty to see and do. Enjoy a sunset cruise on an elegant yacht or a breathtaking hot air balloon ride. Enjoy an outstanding restaurant and our quaint downtown shops. Whatever your pleasure, you are sure to find it in Lake Geneva!

    Lazy Cloud …just choose whether you want to stay at our Lake Geneva hotel or our Lake Geneva Bed and Breakfast because you’ve just found your perfect romantic getaway!

  • History

    The Lazy Cloud Bed & Breakfast building has a great deal of a history behind it. It was built in the early 1920′s as a polo lodge for the Uihlein Family. They owned the Chicago Branch of the Schlitz Brewery Company. The Uihlein’s had about 88 acres in the Lake Geneva area at the time. Some of the rooms were stables for the horses, some of them stored grain. In fact, the Hayloft Suite was actually a hayloft.

    As you approach the building from North Lakeshore Drive, it has the appearance of a small, brown shingled, cape cod cottage. Not so! You are approaching the side of the massive retreat! The lodge was built to face the polo grounds, which is now a beautiful English garden consisting of gorgeous plantings and shrubs, quaint gazebos and patios, lovely fountains and trickling springs, garden statuary, double hammocks and sitting areas, with life size checker and chess boards! Small weddings and vow renewals are a popular venue at this location!

    Some of the suites were originally small apartments or rooms used for guests and staff. Other suites were stables for the horses, while other suites were used for grain storage. Today’s Hayloft Suite was actually the Uihlein’s hayloft!! The suite’s wide planked, pine floor is original to the building.

    In the early 1950′s a handsome young actor doing summer stock at the Belfry Theatre took care of our property for his room and keep. Today we have a suite named in his honor: The Paul Newman Suite!

    At almost the same time another young man, much less social than Newman, was working on a transcript for his novel. When completed, JD Salinger named the manuscript Catcher in the Rye! His small apartment is now known to us as the Log Cabin Suite.

    Who knows what other stories these walls and grounds have to tell? Please join us as we continue a romantic tale for you… here at the Lazy Cloud Bed and Breakfast!  Call our Lake Geneva Bed and Breakfast at 262-275-3322 to make your reservation now!

  • Guest Comments

    "Another wonderful stay in a perfectly wonderful "get-a-way" with every nuance for detail attended to in remarkable ways!" Judy & Joe - Chicago, IL

    "Thank you so much! This was our first anniversary - it was great. All your help with my hushand's surprise was so much appreciated - not many places and people are that accomodating anymore" Rob & Kat

    "We have been here several times and the peacefulness and beauty of all the getaway rooms have always managed to renew our souls. This room is by far a wonderful "cloud" in the heavens of the Lazy Cloud" Ken & Kris - Elkhorn, WI

    "Thank you so much for the awesome, romantic accomodations and surprising service. The flower bouquet and birthday cake you arranged for my husband to surprise me was terrific!" Reba & Matthew - Warrenville, IL

    "This has been a great time. I think the best is when we had the lights dimmed, candles lit, fireplace going quietly, while laying in the whirlpool tub drinking wine and enjoying Elizabeth's company. I highly recommend all of this except for the part about Elizabeth - get your own girl!" Dan & Elizabeth - New Lond, CT

  • Weddings

    A wedding for all seasons in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

    Is the stress and hassle of planning a wedding finally getting to you? Do you want to skip the wedding and go straight to the honeymoon? Would you rather have an intimate, small wedding with a few family and friends or even just the two of you? If you think this is just a dream, think again. You can have a delightful, romantic wedding while on your honeymoon at Lazy Cloud Lodge in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin! Our staff at the Lazy Cloud would be honored to help you create a most memorable wedding day! Let us do the work as you enjoy this special day and are provided with a cherished memory! We have a variety of wedding packages that will assist you in creating a perfect day in a perfect setting! A wedding can be arranged in as few as three days if necessary.

    • Just the Two of Us is our elopement package designed for those of you who desire the romance, spontaneity, and the excitement of eloping!
    • A Simply Elegant Wedding tailors itself to simplicity without sacrificing elegance.
    • Our Magical Moments Wedding allows the bride and groom to pamper themselves after their ceremony with a beautiful basket filled with special items! This package also includes everything in our Simply Elegant Wedding.
    • The Forever Yours Wedding includes everything in the Magical Moments Wedding, as well as our Bountiful fingertip buffet, and a champagne and chocolates reception!
    • Still the One vow renewal provides a wonderful opportunity to further deepen your love and commitment to one another.
  • Lake Geneva

    Geneva Lake Shore Path

    Enjoy the beautiful lake on a 21-mile hike around the lake!  The trail is broken into seven segments offering views of the gorgeous landscaped estates that were built around the lake.  Free and open all year round.

    Apple Barn Orchard & Winery

    W6384 Sugar Creek Road, Elkhorn, WI (262) 728-3266   Fax: (262) 740-0208   Pick your own or already picked apples, fruit wines, apple cider, cider donuts, caramel apples, pumpkins, gifts, pantry items and more.  To find out when Apple Barn Store and Winery will be open visit www.AppleBarnOrchardAndWinery.com for more information.

    Lake Geneva Cruise Line

    Offers a wide variety of sight seeing boat tours on Geneva Lake.  Tours operate from mid-April through early November.  All tours are narrated and offer an up close look at the beautiful and historic estates that line the lake shore.  Available sight seeing tours include the famous US Mailboat Tour, Geneva Bay Mansions Tour, Full Lake Mansions Tours, Ice Cream Social Tour and evening Sundowner Cruises.  Lake Geneva Cruise Line also offers dining tours including a Luncheon Tour, Sunday Champagne Brunch, Sunset Dinner Cruise and Dixieland Jazz Dinner Cruise. The newest addition to the tours is the BLACK POINT TOUR.  For information or reservations, call 800-558-5911 or see www.CruiseLakeGeneva.com.

    East Troy Electric Railroad

    2002 N. Church Street, East Troy, WI. (262) 642-3263

    Historic streetcars, rapid transit cars, and interurbans make a ten-mile round trip between East Troy and The Elegant Farmer- Wisconsin’s largest Farm Market at Highways J and ES near Mukwonago. Regular service begins the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend and continues through the end of October on every weekend. Weekday service operates from mid-June through mid-August.

    Special events include Trolleyfest Weekend in early spring, Model Railroad weekend, and Fall Fun Days, the fall colors riding season, that connects with The Elegant Farmer’s “Cheap Fun” Fall Weekends, with hayrides, pumpkin picking, and many other activities.  The Elegant Farmer also features the best apple pies “you ever hung a lip on”.

    The East Troy Electric Railroad also features award-winning dinner train service, using the railroad’s Art Deco diner twins, Ravenswood and Beverly Shores. www.EastTroyRR.org

    The Elegant Farmer

    1545 Main St., Mukwonago, WI  53149.  Farm Kitchen, Bakery, Deli & Market and family fun.   Featuring simply the best Apple Pie baked in a paper bag, cider baked Ham, Caramel & Cheese Popcorn, jumbo Cookies & Muffins and much, much more.  Family Fun includes seasonal hayrides, apple picking, East Troy Electric Railroad trolley rides and lots more.  For more information, please call (262) 363-6770 or visit www.elegantfarmer.com.

    Lake Geneva Historical Walking Tour

    Historical walking tour booklet available for a minimal fee. Outlines significant features of Lake Geneva. Available at the Chamber of Commerce office.

    Lyons Town Hall

    Downtown Lyons, WI. restored historical building built in 1877.

    Rustic Roads

    A rustic road has natural features along its borders such as rugged terrain, native vegetation, native wildlife, or include open areas with agricultural vistas which singly or in combination, uniquely set this road apart from other roads.

    Yerkes Observatory

    373 W. Geneva St., Williams Bay. (262) 245-5555
    Yerkes Observatory offers free public tours every Saturday throughout the year at 10 am, 11 am and 12 pm. Your tour guide provides a brief talk on the history of Yerkes, astronomical research, and our amazing universe. He will also take visitors into the 90-foot dome, one of the largest of its kind ever built. Here, visitors look at the famed 40-inch refractor, the world’s biggest lens-type telescope, and its impressive 73-foot diameter elevator floor. Note that the dome interior is unheated, and during late fall and winter temperatures inside are as chilly as outdoors. Please dress appropriately.

    Before or after the tour, visitors may look at a time line display on the main floor that covers Yerkes Observatory’s early history and is adorned with dozens of photographs from the 1890′s. Other hall displays concentrate on comets, galaxies, nebulae, and the death of stars. A gift shop offers authentic meteorites, VCR tapes, color postcards, T-shirts, sweatshirts, scientific kits, books, guides to the stars and planets, and many other science and astronomy-related items.

    For more information, visit astro.uchicago.edu/yerkes.

    Lake Geneva Museum

    818 Geneva Street, Lake Geneva. (262) 248-6060
    Step onto the brick pavement and step back in time.   Walking along our “Main Street” you can not only peek into historic stores, homes, a school room and other places, but you can actually go into them for a close up look at furniture, clothing, tools, machines, merchandise, photos and other artifacts of daily living.   Take this stroll and you will get a real feel for life and lifestyles in the late 19th and early 20th century in the Geneva Lake area.                                                       

    Open May through October:
    Spring & Fall, – Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.
    Summers, – Thursday thru Monday.
    1:00 to 5:00 p.m.  More information about Lake Geneva Museum

    Old World Wisconsin

    Hwy. 67, 12 miles north of Elkhorn. (262) 594-6300
    Any day of the spring, summer, and fall – only thirty-five miles from Milwaukee – expect to find yourself immersed in historical scenes of farm and village life re-created by real-life characters out of the past. Farmers still ply fields with antique farm implements lugged by teams of oxen and horses. Women and children work side-by-side on chores that change with the season – from planting gardens in the spring to stocking larders in the fall. Farmsteads and settlements representing German, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Polish, Yankee, and African-American pioneers dot nearly 600 acres of rolling, wooded hills as unspoiled as the land that greeted the first settlers. And an 1870′s crossroads village tells the story of small-town life in America’s Heartland. Come discover a place where history truly lives and breathes. Come home to Old World Wisconsin.

    Open daily May 1 through October 31. Admission – $11.00 for adults.   For more information and to find out about special events, visit their oldworldwisconsin.wisconsinhistory.org

    Webster House

    Elkhorn. (262) 723-4248 or (262) 723-5788.
    Local history. Open May 1 – September 30, daily  – Thursday through Sunday, 1 PM to 5 PM

    Nestled on a quiet street in the city of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, the Webster House Museum is a well maintained white clapboard house. The composer Joseph P. Webster once owned the home. Both the structure and its famous owner played an important part of the history of Elkhorn. According to museum records, the Greek-revival style cottage was constructed in 1836 and was originally located in Elkhorn’s public square, now known as courthouse square. The building served as the federal land grant office, selling land to Walworth County pioneers before Wisconsin became a state in 1848. The building originally measured 18 by 22 feet and was only one story. The land office was abandoned in 1840 and later moved to its present site at the corner of Rockwell and Washington Streets by LeGrand Rockwell, one of Elkhorn’s first settlers.

    For more information about the Webster House click here, then click on “About Us”, then “Webster House Museum”.

     

  • How to Find Us

    From Milwaukee
    Take I-43 South and exit at Hwy 67 (Exit #25)
    Turn left off of exit onto Hwy 67 South.
    Go to the first stop sign and turn left onto Hwy 50 East.
    Go 2.7 miles. We are on the right.
    (Takes about 45 minutes)
     
    From the Chicago area
    Take I-94 or Hwy 12 North to Hwy 50.
    Go west on Hwy 50 to Lake Geneva.
    Go all the way through Lake Geneva.
    When Hwy 50 becomes a 4 lane highway again, go about 2 1/2 more miles and we are on the left.
    (Takes about 1 and 1/2 hours)
     
    From Madison
    Take I-90 East to the Highway 11 East Exit.
    Take Highway 11 East to Delavan.
    In Delavan, turn right onto Highway 50 East.
    Go about 6 miles and you will come to a stop sign at the Highway 67 intersection.
    Continue straight. Go another 2.7 miles on Highway 50 and we are on the right.
    (Takes about 1 hour)
     
    From Rockford
    Take I-90 West to Beloit.
    From Beloit, take I-43 North to Delavan and exit at Highway 50.
    Turn right onto Hwy 50 East.
    Go about 4 miles and you will come to a stop sign at the Highway 67 intersection.
    Continue straight. Go another 2.7 miles on Highway 50 and we are on the right.
    (Takes about 1 hour)
     
    From Janesville
    Take Highway 11 East to Delavan.
    In Delavan, turn right onto Highway 50 East.
    Go about 6 miles and you will come to a stop sign at the Highway 67 intersection.
    Continue straight. Go another 2.7 miles on Highway 50 and we are on the right.
    (Takes about 40 minutes)
 
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