One of the world’s treasures, the Walker House includes a 10-room inn with rates ranging from $79-$139…More
The Walker House includes a million dollar modern kitchen which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner (full meals range $10-$16) by reservation only (24-hr. min.)More
Trek International and the University of Wisconsin Platteville found the Walker House to be the ideal venue for their three-day corporate meetings. They…More
Order From Our Kitchen (prepared foods), From Our Pantry (ingredients), From Certified Area Farmers (fresh produce)…More
Why the Walker House for Weddings, Class Reunions, Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners, Memorial Services, Anniversaries, Graduation Parties, Birthdays, Bridal Brunches, Holiday Parties, Girls’ Night Out…? It’s one of the world’s…More
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Gratitude…New Lodging Room…Garth Brooks and Walker House Apologies… More
During the first 10 years of their married life, Kathy and Dan lived in 12 different apartments in 3 different countries. They also traveled throughout the Western world. They understand the exhilaration of travel, the rapid succession of exciting new places, peoples, and cultures. They also know travel requires that family and home be left behind, leading at times to profound dislocation and alienation.
Every detail at the Walker House attempts to counter the alienation associated with travel. The extreme beauty of the landscaping, the Walker House itself, and the people inside the House serve as a “rooting” mechanism, where guests can feel so comfortable and “at home” that they grow temporary roots during their stay. Indeed, the Walker House is striving to become for guests the family away from family and the home away from home.
In their own words, guests describe their experience at the Walker House. Here are some comments that originate from the guest journals placed by the beds in the rooms and from letters and emails we receive related to all of our services.
“Had a great time. Excellent hospitality, great pancakes, and scrambled eggs! To be honest, if it’s like this all the way down to Louisiana, then we’ll be back to the U.S. sooner than later! Thank you both for your warm welcome and all the best for the future.” -M. & C. – Switzerland More