the Coach House still offers travelers a comfortable bed and room, considerably updated in amenities.
Local Lodging Options
If you won’t be staying in one of the five lodging options we have right here at Shake Rag Alley, we can recommend the local lodging establishments listed below, some of which offer room discounts to those enrolled in our workshops. We’ve marked their listings with a gold star of gratitude.
215 High Street
23 steps inn
We offer spacious rooms to fit anyone’s taste. With a well established restaurant down stairs you can enjoy our breakfast, lunch, and dinners. Gray Dog Wine Bar is offered as a place for quiet romantic moments to add to your stay.
308 Madison Street
Arts & Crafts Bungalow room
This lovely 1920’s Arts and Crafts home is perfectly placed in the historic district of beautiful Mineral Point, Wisconsin, nestled in a serene little corner of town where you will feel at home or as far away as you wish. Come enjoy a spacious bedroom suite, private entrance with full access to sunroom seating area, and adjacent private bathroom.
Easy walking distance to downtown and Shake Rag Alley.
526 Fountain Street
Brewer House Inn
This 4 bedroom 1868 Victorian home is a short walk to downtown – a perfect place to get together with friends or family. Features a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, parlor, breakfast room and 2.5 baths. Relax on two porches and enjoy the outdoors on an expansive lawn.
23 Commerce Street
cottages & inn
A beautiful bed and breakfast inn, brewpub restaurant and brewery all housed in a restored stone warehouse, plus two cottages a short walk away on Shake Rag Street. Whether you are here to dine or to stay a night or more, you will enjoy your stay at Brewery Creek.
99 N. Chestnut Street
Experience charm and comfort in the heart of Mineral Point’s historic district, just a short walk to Shake Rag Alley, restaurants, galleries and historic sites. Relax in this comfortably appointed home surrounded by locally inspired artwork or rock quietly on the front porch amid the sights and sounds of a cottage garden.
320 Tower Street
Cothren House Cabin
This rustic log cabin guest house is arguably the oldest accommodation in WI and features an expansive pioneer fireplace, and a roomy loft featuring a queen-size bed
custom-made from local barn wood.
320 Tower Street
Cothren House Cottage
Located on the grounds of the Cothren Estate, this charming 1850s cottage originally served as the summer kitchen for the main house. This stone cottage features two bedrooms (one full, one queen) and an adjoining living room. Amenities include down comforters, plush robes, WIFI, and Cable TV – all just a short, hilly walk to downtown Mineral Point.
535 Ridge Street
The Dairyland is a small family owned motel
dedicated to providing guests with clean
comfortable rooms at affordable prices, and
friendly service every time.
Cable TV, microwave, refrigerator, and laundry.
126 Shake Rag Street
Nestled on 1.3 acres, on Wisconsin’s oldest street, a home away from home awaits you. The house has been updated with modern conveniences but retains its old-world charm and elegance. A well equipped kitchen, five super-comfy beds in three bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and lots of natural light, in a 1700 sq ft house across from a park with tennis courts and an amazing outdoor pool. It is a short walk (4-5 minutes) to Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts and the main High Street.
124 High Street
High Street Suites
Both guest rooms at the little downtown candy store
include a jar of candy! The High Suite is located upstairs
and features a sitting room, king size bed and
sunny bathroom with heated floors.
Below the candy store, the charming Garden Suite
features a gas fireplace, full size bed,
full kitchen and garden patio.
2950 Hwy 39
3 bedroom guest house on 26 acres – perfect for all nature lovers. Maple Wood Lodge features everything you need for a romantic getaway or a friends and family stay. Quiet and remote, yet close to all that Mineral Point has to offer.
121 Commerce Street
Mineral Point Hotel
Mineral Point Hotel is a 5 Bedroom Boutique Hotel located at the edge of Mineral Point’s Historical District and charming Shopping District.
28 Shake Rag Street
Wonderful and quixotic, the Miners Cottage on Shake Rag Street is a short walk away from the main Brewery Creek Inn building. Five minutes tops! This stone Miners’ Cottage has been lived in continuously since it was built about 1836.
Andrew Jackson was still President when Cornish stone masons laid these walls. Now it is yours to enjoy! Maximum occupancy of 4. No children under 12.
17 Shake Rag Street
Springside is divided into two private suites. We call them Side One and Side Two! Each has a private entrance and similar amenities, but different decor. More information and photos are available on the web site to help you choose your favorite side. Maximum occupancy is 4. No children under 12
525 Fountain Street
Moses Strong House
Kick back and relax in a newly restored historic home with all the amenities. Just one block away from downtown shops, restaurants and the opera house. Small enough for a couple, but large enough to sleep a family or gathering of 6 comfortably.
1 Water Street &
318 High Street
Walker House &
Walker House west
One of the world’s treasures, the beautiful Walker House was built in 1836. Rest in one of the 11 cozy lodging rooms, sit in original miners’ caves, warm yourself by a fire in the Pub or one of the outdoor patios. Enjoy a delicious and varied Continental Plus Breakfast, walk in the labyrinth in the Banquet Room, play in the Game Room, and much more. Dining Friday and Monday, 11-2.
A federal style brick building constructed in 1863, Walker House West has one apartment-style unit and is located in the center of Mineral Point.
14 Shake Rag Street
William Phillips House
Discount given to students attending programs at
Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts.