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Welcome to the historic Stewart Inn, a luxury boutique hotel offering a traditional bed and breakfast experience. We invite you to stay with us and experience the romance, tranquility and inviting ambiance of our Inn. Your complete enjoyment, both inside the Inn and within the Wausau community, is our sole passion.
The Stewart Inn is a beautifully restored and comfortably furnished 1906 Prairie style mansion designed by George Maher, one of the founders of the American Arts and Crafts movement. Featuring original chandeliers, sconces, decorative fireplaces and stained glass windows, the Stewart Inn is among the world’s most intact examples of George Maher’s architecture.
The Stewart Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places and was the first property in Wausau to be accepted on the Register. It is on the southwestern edge of the beautiful Andrew Warren Historic District where you will find the Cyrus Yawkey Museum and the Marathon County Historical Museum (both of which prominently feature George Maher’s architecture).
A luxury boutique hotel with bed and breakfast experience
Located in Wausau’s vibrant downtown river district and within five blocks of all the restaurants, shops and businesses, the Stewart Inn is the premiere lodging destination for guests seeking a luxury boutique hotel with bed and breakfast experience. In addition to our gourmet multi-course breakfasts, state-of-the-art technology, luxurious mattresses and fine linens, we offer a steam shower with every room and a nightly wine and cheese reception.
The Stewart Inn is centrally located within Wisconsin and just a few hours from Milwaukee, Madison, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Green Bay, Bayfield, La Crosse, Eau Claire and Chicago.
Whether you come for relaxation, intimacy, business, fun or just a traditional bed and breakfast experience, we are here to fulfill your needs. The Stewart Inn is your luxury Wausau getaway. We look forward to hosting you.