The Green Apple Inn Bed and Breakfast is a charming Victorian farmhouse nestled between the rugged hills of the Kickapoo Valley in Southwestern Wisconsin. Savor our made-from-scratch organic breakfast after a restful night’s sleep on a comfortable natural latex mattress in one of our four guest rooms. Our homestead is carbon neutral and entirely powered by the sun and has many green features. An electric car charging station is available for electric car drivers.
Bed and Breakfast Style
The two story brick farmhouse was built around 1902 by Samuel Green, the first postmaster of La Farge. His grandson, Hallie, was a local band leader and music teacher. Hallie lived on his family homestead until age 98 and died at the age of 101.
Enjoy sitting around a warm fire near the soapstone wood stove. Roam around the grounds as the flock of chickens pasture nearby. During the summer season, check out the vegetable garden and taste fresh strawberries.
Breakfast Style Served
Range of Rates
A 13.5 kW solar array makes our bed and breakfast carbon neutral and excess electricity is fed back to the grid. An electric car charging station is available for guests who bring their electric car.
All cleaning products are biodegradable and phosphate-free. Cleaning supplies and laundry detergent are made on site with biodegradable ingredients. Organic cotton linens and towels are used and chemical-free natural latex mattresses are in all guest rooms. Many pieces of furniture have been refinished or repurposed. The old growth oak trim has been lovingly refinished and linseed oil used to bring out the wood’s natural beauty— instead of toxic finishes. Rooms have been painted using zero VOC paints.
Guests with chemical sensitivities will appreciate the efforts we have made to minimize chemical exposure.
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
The Green Apple Inn is owned by local residents Samantha and Len. Samantha grew up in the hills of Vernon County and Len grew up in the south side of Chicago. We actively participate in our local community and seek to use our talents to improve and strengthen our community.
We are not wheelchair accessible and all guest rooms are located on the second floor of the home.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are not allowed but they can be boarded nearby.
Open all seasons.