Room 9

Room 9 is so popular that Dan and I have never had a chance to sleep in it. Someone is always booking it when we’re planning to sleep over. Our guests, then, will have the final words on this room. Four reasons regularly surface as to why guests love this room: privacy, art scheme, bed size, and bathroom. Privacy. The room is not only an end room, but it’s at the end of the hallway. No one but the Room 9 occupants ever go that far. Art Scheme. In southwestern Wisconsin, painted quilt patterns decorate numerous barns. Guides even organize day trips for tourists to view these barn quilts. Room 9 pays homage to barn quilts with four colorful framed barn quilt patterns and a real quilt decorating the room walls. Bed Size. The California king bed is huge, much longer and wider than a regular king bed. Bathroom. It’s right around the corner, and, unless the House is full, serves as a private bathroom for Room 9 guests.

One day, when we’re feeling like a king and queen, Dan and I will book Room 9 for ourselves, even if we have to pay for it.

Here are more details:

This 9’ x 16’ corner room contains walnut wood flooring, a California king bed with built in drawers for storage, open dresser, free-standing towel rack, clock radio, chairs, night table, writing desk, blackout shade, and swing-arm lamps. At the Walker House, all lodging room desks, night tables, picture frames, and art rails are handcrafted on site, and the wood (maple, walnut, cherry, oak) is harvested within a 30-50 mile radius. You can control your personal comfort with a 3-speed overhead fan, A/C, or electric baseboard heat (screen panel also available for window).  You will feel right at home with amenities like original art on the walls, extra blankets, night light, and room journal to record your thoughts. You can share your experiences with loved ones via complimentary Wifi throughout the Walker House.

Maximum occupancy-2.

There are three shared bathrooms on the Third Floor.


To Reserve this Room Check Availability