The Audobon Inn

Price reduced for quick sale. 16 room inn with private baths plus guest quarters with two rooms and two baths.
Business Information
Up for sale is an excellent opportunity to own a part of history. The property is situated on approximately 8,838 square feet of land and is located within immediate proximity of numerous dining outlets and the nationally known Horicon Marsh. The Audubon Inn was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1996 and continues to receive national acclaim, named one of America’s 54 Great Inns by National Geographic Traveler Magazine. The Inn was built in 1896 and went through a multi-million dollar renovation in 1996. The Inn now attracts leisure and business travelers from all over the world. Located in Dodge County, the Audubon Inn benefits from the location of numerous manufacturing facilities in the area with the leading employer, John Deere Works, employing over 1,000 people. This is an active business with good revenue, loyal customers, a seasoned staff, a nicely designed web site and good Internet marketing already in place. This unique business opportunity offers five revenue streams with numerous more available - Restaurant - Bar - Banquets & Meetings – Special Events & Trips – Hotel. Revenue stream expansions and potentials include: take out service, off premise catering and hotel mini bars. The hotel is the preferred property for many major companies including John Deere and also a favorite among leisure travelers to the Horicon Marsh. Included in the sale is a great business, fantastic real estate location, and living quarters for an owner/operator, or rentable for extra income. The owner has invested in all the right things to make this a turnkey opportunity. Now, it’s ready for the right, energetic owner to come in and take the business to the next level. Don't let this opportunity pass you by!

Price: $785,000
Rooms: 16
Baths: 20
Restaurant: Yes
Year Built: 1896
Contact Information
Location:  Mayville, WI
Phone: 815-289-1248
Reason for selling
Looking for other challenging projects.