Hawks View Cottages, Lodges & Suites in Fountain City, WI, has been a memorable getaway destination for 20 years. Located just across the Mississippi River from Winona, the cottages, lodges, and suites at Hawks View are nicely spaced along the rugged bluff side, so now more than ever, guests can enjoy contactless visits to one of Wisconsin’s most beautiful places. Comfortable deep woods lodgings and dramatic views of the Mississippi River are made even better by Hawks Views’ proximity to the historic river town of Fountain City.
For your getaway, pick from cottages like Cooper’s Hawk Cottage, which sits at the uppermost part of the bluff, or Goshawk Cottage, which is nestled in the high center of the bluff. If you’re looking for accommodations that are wheelchair accessible, look into Marsh Hawk Cottage, which sits on the lower tier of the bluff.
If you’re looking for even more space, go with one of Hawks View’s lodges instead, located just one mile north of downtown Fountain City. With two levels, no view is a bad one. Plus, each of the bedrooms has its own private deck, perfect for morning coffee or a quiet afternoon read.
During your visit, make sure to hop right next door to Seven Hawks Vineyard, where guests can taste award-winning wines in the tasting room and wine bar (samples are always free of charge). All of Seven Hawks Vineyard’s wines are made from 100% estate grown grapes and the vineyard is planted with nearly 17,000 northern hybrid grape vines, making it one of the largest vineyards in the Upper Midwest. For a more intimate stay at Hawks View, consider of the one-bedroom studio suites located above the tasting room.
Between the secluded location, the natural light flooding into living space, and the breathtaking views of nature, staying with Hawks View Cottages, Lodges & Suites is not unlike staying at a “magical treehouse,” as one past guest has described it. You can read more stellar reviews from past guests here. After you’ve read all the highlights, chances are you’ll want to visit sooner rather than later.