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A 19th-century farmhouse gets the OK from Pewaukee to operate as a bed-and-breakfast inn

The sign points to two of three nostalgia-based businesses on a 2-acre parcel along Bluemound Road and just west of Springdale Road in city of Pewaukee. The Inn, a bed-and-breakfast lodge that features authentic 19-century furnishings and features in an 1850s farmhouse, has begun welcoming guests now that it has the permits and licensing it needs to operate.

PEWAUKEE – One look at an old 1850s farmhouse, with its distinctive Lannon stone exterior and period décor interior, it might seem like a good place to escape the modern world and relax.

John Cameron and Kari Miller-Cameron thought so when they started offering a very traditional, very nostalgic bed-and-breakfast accommodations this summer at the place they called The Inn, a familiar site at N4 W22496 Bluemound Road on the Pewaukee side of the border separating it from the city of Waukesha.

For 28 years, the building served as Miller-Cameron’s antique shop, Just a Little Bit Country, one of a small complex of rustic buildings on a 2-acre site that also included the couple’s home and Jack’s Café.


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