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Property LocationWhen you stay at Thorp House Inn & Cottages in Fish Creek, you'll be in the historical district, within a 5-minute drive of Sunset Beach Park and Peninsula State Park. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 4.4 mi (7.1 km) from Eagle Harbor and 7 mi (11.3 km) from Stone's Throw Winery. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Historic Noble House - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
- Fish Creek Public Beach - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- Lake Michigan - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
- Sunset Beach Park - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi
- Eagle Trailhead - 1.3 km / 0.8 mi
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Great stay at Thorpe House
Reviewed 26 november, 2021
We loved the Lark cottage - cozy, everything you need, easy walk into town. Very comfortable in November with fireplace. Plenty of room for our family to visit for drinks and snacks. Full kitchen was handy for our breakfasts and leftovers. We’ll be back!
LOVED every minute of our stay @ Thorp House
Reviewed 24 november, 2021
We chose Thorp House for our annual girls trip and it did not disappoint. We stayed in the Quail Cottage it was clean, quiet and the perfect size for the 4 of us to eat, drink, and catch up. Matt (the owner) was so friendly and helpful, we wanted to stay another couple of days. We will most definitely be back! I can't wait to return and stay in the Inn with my husband....(the breakfast scones smelled fabulous!)
Peaceful Stay at Thorp House
Reviewed 16 november, 2021
My husband and I were looking for a quiet getaway and we got just that. We visited Door County after the busy season in November and it was perfect. The Thorp House Inn was fantastic. We stayed in Maria. The bed was super comfortable and the room size was good. The breakfast in the mornings was phenomenal and the owners were very accommodating, friendly, and helpful.
Great Stay at Thorp House Inn & Cottages - Will Assuredly Return
Reviewed 10 november, 2021
Our stay at Thorp House was excellent. We stayed in room "Maria", one of the smaller ones, but it was plenty spacious for us. The queen size bed was very comfortable and we had clean sheets every night for our three night stay. The owners, Matt and Darlene, were very hospitable. It was obvious that being inn keepers is not just a job; they like what they do and easily engaged in conversations at breakfast and are genuinely very friendly. The breakfast is continental, but I consider it high-end continental. We had an excellent quiche, breakfast burrito, and another egg dish on different days, bakery made scones, great coffee, etc. They put out some excellent home made cookies at night. Those cookies hit the spot with a night time cup of coffee or an early morning coffee before breakfast. There is not a microwave or a refrigerator in the room; however, that is no big deal as there is a microwave and refrigerator in the downstairs "snack area". They have a wonderfully inside sitting room and a big front porch with comfortable chairs for enjoying the outside. The house is a landmark historic house and it has the charm and elegance one would expect of an historic house - a very comfortable place to relax. It does not have a lake front view, but if it did, the price would be, I am sure, much higher. Despite not having a lake view it has an excellent location on a dead end street and it is in walking distance to town and the shops and restaurants. It is also in walking distance, a little less than a mile, to Peninsula State Park and the local Catholic Church. Peninsula State Park is a beautiful place for a hike and a picnic lunch. You can buy a box lunch at Julie's Park Cafe located at the entrance of the park. We rode our own bikes in the park on Saturday and rented electric bikes at Nor-Door, across from the park, on Sunday. The electric bikes were a lot of fun. It was easy to go 18-20 miles an hour on the electric bikes and we did about 15 miles in our one hour rental. Nor-Door rents Trek Bikes. They buy new bikes every year and sell their summer used bikes at the end of October for a very good price. They sold Verve 2 disc bikes for $430. We saw a play, "Naked Radio", at Northern Sky Theater; we really enjoyed it. We recommend checking this place out. For dinner we went to a fish boil at White Gull Inn - excellent. If you like pie, then be sure to check out Sweetie Pies. Go to their website and see what you need to do to ensure you get the pie you want. Nearby Grassies in Sister Bay is a great place for lunch. We had a fish Rueben - outstanding. Besides being a comfortable, friendly, relaxing place to stay, Thorp House Inn, is very close to the above "favorite places' that added to our memorable stay. We will assuredly return.
Fish Creek B&B
Reviewed 7 november, 2021
Fall visit to Door County was made all the more enjoyable by our 3 night stay at the Thorpe House. Delightfully restored and immaculately clean this historic home is within a 3-5 minute walk of all to see and do in Fish Creek. In addition to the proprietor’s personal attention to our needs they have a well curated list of restaurants in the area, taking the guesswork out of dinner plans.