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211 North Park Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959
(608) 495-9046


About Parkview


– The Early Years – Circa 1895

The Parkview Bed and Breakfast was built in 1895 by August and Ida Siefert, prominent citizens in Reedsburg’s early days, who emigrated from Germany to Wisconsin in 1873. August Siefert was Postmaster and later Vice-President of the Citizen’s Bank. He helped organize the Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce and was on the library board. The home was the first home built on this block. In 1929 Dr. and Mrs. Lester Groeneweg purchased the home. Dr. Groeneweg, the first chiropractor in Reedsburg, along with his brother, also a chiropractor, used a portion of the home, which included two of the guestrooms, for their practice. There are stories about some of Dr. Groeneweg’s patients being carried up the stairs or crawling up the stairs to be treated by Dr. Groeneweg! One of Dr. Groeneweg’s hobbies was to build lawn ornaments and ponds in the yard using stones and shells. The ponds, windmill, and lighthouse are still a part of the lawn decor. The two-room playhouse still on the property was built for their oldest daughter.

The history of the inn and the background of the innkeepers will make your stay that much more interesting. Your hosts, Neil and Lorraine, purchased the inn May of 2016 and are committed to keeping the Parkview B&B traditions that have been in place for over 25 years.  Hospitality is paramount in the B&B industry and Neil and Lorraine delight in helping to make your stay exceptional.  We look forward to meeting you!

“Your attention to detail & service is excellent & we appreciate how well you took care of us and made us feel like more than guests!” – Mark & Nancy