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Findlay's Holiday Inn
$725,000Cash Flow: $72,000
Findlay's Holiday Inn

Washington Island, WI

Findlay's Holiday Inn is a 16-unit inn with a 120-seat restaurant. It is located on the waterfront of Washington Island at the tip of the Door County Peninsula in Wisconsin. The business consists of two properties, referred to as the Holiday Inn and the Holiday Too, totaling 4.45 acres and an incredible 322 feet of shore frontage. Open year round, Holiday Inn is known as an "Inn for all seasons." The accommodations run from the rustic weathered barn board and old timbers of Holiday Too to the deluxe Scandinavian country home atmosphere of Holiday Inn. Each room has its own character and often returning guests often request a particular accommodation. Early morning risers can find a steaming cup of coffee in the dining room. A blazing fire in one of the living room areas welcomes guests in the evening for a relaxing chat with new friends at the Inn.

Charming Door County Getaway Opportunity
$1,495,000
Charming Door County Getaway Opportunity

Door County, WI

This charming Door County getaway is situated on 2.46 acres with approximately 267 feet of waterfront and 286 feet of highway frontage. The sandy beach, the cottages, suites and motel rooms give their guests sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the real world. This facility offers travelers everything they need to relax and enjoy a wonderful vacation, weekend getaway or honeymoon in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin. This property consists of a 19-room motel with a bar and restaurant, owner’s quarters, and four cottages that include an additional five rental units. Each of the five units includes a kitchen with full-size refrigerator, pots, pans, dishes, silverware, small appliances, microwave and outdoor grills. Satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, telephone, pillows and blankets are also included. Door County offers amazing scenery in every season. In the spring, Cherry and Apple blossoms put on their show and the forest floors are covered with trillium and forget-me-nots. In the summer, they get to enjoy the many parades and festivals and take in the sun and great water activities. Fall is a time to enjoy the bounty of all the orchards hard work.


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