Bayfield, Wis. (Oct. 18, 2022) – Queen’s View, Bayfield, Wisconsin’s newest bed & breakfast, located in the former home of the late Mary H. Rice, has officially opened its doors to guests beginning October 1, 2022. Reservations are currently open for year-round lodging. Requests for events are also being reviewed/entertained at this time.
Queen’s View offers lodging for up to 17 guests with options for second and third-floor suites or single rooms. House-made breakfast is provided each morning for overnight guests, who also have use of the first-floor common spaces including the solarium, wrap-around porch, and exquisite gardens. The facility is ideal for family reunions, corporate gatherings, or a romantic and relaxing overnight for one or two people.
“My mother was the hostess with the mostess. My business partner, Margaret Erickson, and I are so pleased to offer the gorgeous views, modern comforts, and relaxing spaces my mother created for others to enjoy,” said Katherine Hayes, daughter of the late Mary Rice and co-owner of Queen’s View. “We’ve done our best to honor Mary by maintaining the whimsy she nurtured and know she would be happy to see the space continuing to welcome all who come through the door.”
“We are elated to be welcoming this new business to the Bayfield area,” said Bayfield Chamber & Visitor Bureau Executive Director Carol Fahrenkrog. “I can’t think of a better use of the space and believe Katherine and Margaret and their team are off to a great start.”
Queen’s View is located atop a hill overlooking Lake Superior in beautiful Bayfield, Wisconsin. Queen’s View provides sweeping views of Lake Superior and the 22 Apostle Islands; 21 of the islands make up the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
The stately Queen Anne home offers a wrap-around porch, curated gardens, shared common areas, and additional outdoor spaces. Queen’s View is dedicated to and operated in honor of the late Mary Huling Rice, Bayfield’s community-appointed Queen, generous philanthropist, entrepreneur, and the life of any party.