If you are searching for peace, elegance, and great food, Bischwind belongs to you. History buffs will love eating in the Presidential Dining Room, which has hosted Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Sikorsky, or sleeping in the Roosevelt Bed, almost a twin to the Lincoln Bed in the White House. Four-course breakfasts at Bischwind feature filet mignon, filet of salmon, and much, much more. Be it a romantic interlude or an executive conference, Bischwind has the desired ambience.
Bischwind has rooms and suites with fireplaces, private baths, and Jacuzzi Brand whirlpool tubs plus library and common rooms with crackling fires, executive seating, and terraces overlooking the garden, as well as all the amenities you would expect in an English Tudor Country Manor.
The dam, originally built by ice baron Albert Lewis, continues to captivate all who pass
Your hosts will regale you with stories of Albert Lewis, a lumber and ice baron who built Bischwind in the 1890's, and his historic accomplishments ...all told, you will step back in time and experience the hospitality of yesteryear.