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Token Creek Eco-Inn, Madison WI
3919 Gray Road
DeForest, WI, 53532, WI
(608) 513-0016
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Token Creek Eco-Inn a Madison Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast

Token Creek Eco-Inn is a tranquil, relaxing bed and breakfast situated just five minutes north of Madison WI and about 15 minutes from downtown Madison.

The Bed and Breakfast Inn is located near the headwaters of Token Creek, where we offer all the convenience of being near Madison Wisconsin without all the hustle, bustle and noise of the city. The craftsman style Inn features three luxury bedrooms, each with its own private bath, and is the perfect place for a romantic get-away, or a retreat in the country with the city just minutes away.   At Token Creek Eco-Inn, we are focused on sustainability in everything we do. Join us for our gourmet breakfast, or interesting workshops related to sustainability or tour our permaculture property that includes water catchment systems, pastured chickens, the Madison Area Permaculture Guild's hoophouse and gardens, honey bees and Julie Engel's Coney Garth Project pasturing rabbits.

Activities our guests enjoy include:

  • the Dane County Farmers Market around the Capitol Square in Madison WI, the largest producer only farmers market in the country
  • beaches on the Madison lakes, kayaking and canoeing
  • a dinner or lunch cruise on the Betty Lou Cruise boat on either Lake Mendota or Lake Monona
  • Farm tours including nearby Sassy Cow Creamery
  • hiking at the UW Madison Arboretum
  • Biking around the lakes on Madison's many bike trails
  • Wine, beer or cheese tours
  • Wollershiem Winery is just a short drive away - join in the fall grape stomp or some of their other monthly activities
  • Carriage rides in downtown Madison, or at a location of your choosing
  • Microbrewery tours: Madison is riddled with microbreweries and even a nano brewery!
  • Madison restaurants with fresh local organic food, many vegetarian and vegan to choose from.  We have a gluten free restaurant list for our guests, over 40 places to eat in Madison!
  • touring small local farms including nearby Sassy Cow Creamery
  • the Spring Green area and Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin and House on the Rock
  • Tour Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the Madison area
  • American Players Theater in Spring Green
  • take in a UW Madison Football game at Camp Randal Stadium

In Winter, top things to do near the Bed and Breakfast Inn and Madison are:

  • Reserve the snowshoes at the Inn for your winter outing.  Please request at time of booking.
  • Snowshoeing at Token Creek Conservancy just one mile away.  The cold springs are stunning in the winter, creating what looks like blue snow around them!
  • Token Creek County Park, just 5 minutes away, offers extensive lighted cross country ski trails in both track and skate skiing as well as miles of seperate snowshoeing trails.
  • Horse drawn Sleigh Rides!
  • Indian Lake County Park has incredible views and a historic 1857 chappel.  See it all from the cross country ski trails and snowshoeing.
  • For conditions on all area cross country ski trails, as well as maps click to this link.
  • Downhill skiing is nearby at Cascade Mountain Ski Area and Devil's Head Ski Area.

Token Creek Eco-Inn Features

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 34" HD flat panel TV's and DVD players in every room.   DVD library for guests to use.
  • Full gourmet breakfast made with local fresh ingredients, many are organic; gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan and other special diets accomodated
  • Complimentary beverages and snacks
  • Central heat and airconditioning
  • Concierge service – restaurant reservations, area activities
  • Inn décor features the work of local artists
  • Outdoor seating on the deck and shady cabana
  • Stone Fire pit
  • Walking paths
  • All natural, non-toxic cleaning products are used
  • Energy efficient building
  • Purchase 100% renewable energy
  • Compost food and paper waste
  • On-site Permaculture gardens and orchard with apple, pear, cherry, plum and peach trees
  • High capacity rain water collection system for watering the gardens. Our chickens even have their own drinking water collection system.
  • Plans to add on-site renewable energy such as solar hot water and a small wind turbine
  • Resident kitties share the innkeepers private space.  So you won't see them while you are here unless you run into them while you are outside!