• Private baths
  • Hair dryers
  • Ironing boards/Irons
  • Free Parking
  • Luxury soap
  • Shampoo, conditioner, body lotion
  • Refrigerator available in Tap Room with complimentary beverages
  • Radios
  • Complimentary wireless Internet provides access for live video streaming
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Our Guest Rooms

We appreciate your DIRECT BOOKING and YOU save money.  Rather than going through a third-party site call 262-363-4700 or book on-line on our website.

Eagle Center House boasts authentic antique furnishings throughout, including all  4 bedchambers. 

  • A generous full breakfast is included in the chamber rates. 
  • It is best to make last-minute reservations by phone. Phone reservations can be made daily between 9am and 10pm. Online reservations, either by email or through the availability calendar can be made at any time.
  • We have some 2-night minimum stays on Saturday nights in the summer season and on Holiday Weekends.  PLEASE ALWAYS INQUIRE as some booking configurations allow a one night stay.

Master Queen Whirlpool Bedchamber

Situated at the top of the open staircase on the second floor, this romantic, spacious chamber, at the front of the house, overlooks the woods to the east. A camel back sofa and upholstered chairs provide a comfy place to curl up and read. The fireplace may be used to generate additional heat or just for ambiance. A massive queen size rope bed, circa 1830, awaits you. Antique social lithograph prints adorn the walls while adding a romantic touch. An oversize closet for your belongings also provides additional bed pillows and blankets. The large, adjoining bathroom decorated with a mural in the Rufus Porter style, boasts a double whirlpool tub truly big enough for two and a separate shower.

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Guest Whirlpool Bedchamber

This spacious chamber is situated at the front of the house, with a view to the north and west. A camel back couch and love seat offer a comfortable place to sit and relax. The fireplace may be used for additional warmth or just for ambiance. This romantic chamber boasts a majestic double bedstead of burled walnut that is the focal point of the room. The chamber is appointed with other complementing antique furnishings, including Currier & Ives lithos of beautiful ladies, which adorn the walls. The whirlpool bath adjoining the chamber features a double whirlpool tub truly big enough for two, and a separate shower.

"Authenticity is the major word for this B&B. It is beautifully done and leaves no "gaps" in quality.

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Pamelia’s Bedchamber

Tucked in the third floor of the east side of the house, is a spacious dormitory like bedchamber with two antique, full size rope beds and complimenting furniture. An upholstered, wing back chair and comfy rocking chairs offer seating in quiet seclusion. The adjoining bathroom is bright and generous enough in size to feature a shower, wash stand, pedestal sink, commode, and you. Period prints add interest to the chamber. This bedchamber can accommodate up to four people.

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Caren’s Bedchamber

At the top of the open stairway on the third floor, west side, is Caren’s bedchamber. Here you’ll find two antique beds: one, a full-size rope bed, the other, a 3/4-size rope bed that still boasts its ropes for a spring. This chamber provides sleeping space for up to three people. A trundle is tucked under one of the beds but it is too tiny to sleep in! The décor is from an era past, yet a pair of comfortable, upholstered wing back chairs are provided. The adjoining bath features a shower, wash stand, pedestal sink, and commode.

Environmental Friendly

Eagle Centre House is extremely aware of the importance of being “green.” We decorate in period-appropriate and authentic antiques, thus preserving finely crafted furniture, ironstone china, ingrain carpet and decorative household décor crafted in the 1800’s.

The significant portion of our land, approximately 12 of our 20 acres, are in a perpetual conservancy. They adjoin an additional 8 acres owned by the Waukesha County Land Conservancy protecting a total of about 20 acres of Prairie Oak Opening. The endangered kittentail plant, prairie smoke and pasque flowers are in abundance. There is a walking path just out the front door.

We compost and use vegetables, herbs and garnish from our garden.

In the winter, our wood-burning stoves are used as a supplementary heating source.

Eggs are fresh from a local farm and organic foods are used as often as possible.

We’ve been recycling for years.

We have a low-water-usage washer and energy-efficient dryer.