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Ice Age Trail Pick up Offered at Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast

Scene from Ice Age Trail, Northern Kettle Moraine Forest, in SpringJust 40 minutes north of Milwaukee, Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast is situated on the edge of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. This romantic Wisconsin bed and breakfast is nestled in the woods and has private wooded trails on the property for the guests to enjoy. But for those who have more time or choose to be more adventurous, there are many trails nearby that can be traveled on for miles.

 

One such trail is the Ice Age Trail. This is a national trail that is built and maintained by a local chapter of volunteers. The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a thousand-mile footpath — entirely within Wisconsin — that highlights these Ice Age landscape features while providing access to some of the state’s most beautiful natural areas. This trail passes just miles from Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast.

 

As your hosts at Hidden Serenity B&B we want to make this wonderful walking trail truly enjoyable for you, our valued guest at our luxury inn. As an added amenity to our guests, and with prior arrangements made, we provide trail pick up within a 30 mile radius for a $25 fee.

 

The Kettle Moraine is an extremely beautiful area of the state and the trails within the system are gorgeous as well as invigorating. With our trail pick up you can enjoy your day and there is no need to stress about getting back to your car or our inn. In fact, when we arrive to pick you up, you will be greeted with a cool refreshment and other treats that will be a perfect ending to an awesome day (included in the package).

 

After a day on the trails, our guests can enjoy a massage in our new mini spa room. Let our certified massage therapist work out those tight muscles and sore joints. Imagine a day on the trails, a late afternoon massage, dinner at a local fine restaurant, and the evening in our cozy beds. Wake up to a hot gourmet breakfast before starting out on a new adventure. Now that sounds like a memorable getaway!