Door County bed and breakfast inns are popular post-Christmas getaways

By Terry Kovarik


Door County bed and breakfast inns remain popular well after the peak tourism season has ended and as the New Year approaches. Dennis Statz, co-owner of Sturgeon Bay’s White Lace Inn, says the days between Christmas and January 1st will be busy. He says some people are just looking to take a quiet break from the holidays.



Kelly Catarozoli, owner of the Foxglove Inn in Sturgeon Bay, is also seeing a post-Christmas boost in bookings. She says her b-and-b guests like the amenities that are tailor-made for their needs.



And with occupancy rates at 50-percent or more during the days after Christmas, bed and breakfast operators say it’s a nice way to end their business years.

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