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Unwind, Indulge and Relax at Our Waterfront Resort in Door County!
Winter has flown by and Bay Breeze Resort’s 20th Anniversary Season starts the end of this month! Our waterfront resort in Door County welcomes you April 23-October 31.
We have lots of new projects underway, including our most exciting addition in 2015: an electric vehicle charging station! We are already a proud Travel Green Wisconsin Silver Leader. The addition of an electric vehicle charging station compliments the green initiatives we’ve already implemented, such as solar panels for water heating, energy efficient LED light bulbs and a controlled irrigation system. The charging station will be open for use and free of charge to any of our guests this season. We are excited to be the first waterfront resort in Door County to offer this cutting edge convenience to our customers!
Please check our website for more on Bay Breeze Resort. We recently added a spring special: stay two nights and get a third night free! We look forward to hosting you in beautiful Door County.
Summer starts with a visit to a waterfront resort in Door County!
It’s beginning to feel like summer in Door County, Wisconsin. We look forward to a great season ahead! Stay at the Bay Breeze Resort for a memorable romantic getaway or family gathering along the Door County shoreline. Our waterfront resort is conveniently located a quarter mile north of Peninsula State Park Golf Course, Restaurant & Driving Range and a half mile south of Ephraim’s village center, with Wilson’s Restaurant & Ice Cream Parlor and watercraft rentals. Our guest rooms are open seasonally, but you may make reservations year-round at www.BayBreezeResort.com or by calling 920-854-9066.
We Are Certified Tourism Ambassadors!
We are proud to announce all front desk staff are Certified Tourism Ambassadors for Door County! We care about our customers’ experience. The CTA program aims to promote regional tourism by inspiring front-line hospitality employees and volunteers to turn every visitor encounter into a positive experience. To learn more about this national hospitality program, visit www.CTANetwork.com. Look for the pin!
Bay Breeze Resort’s Director of Operations, Rachel Willems (second from left), pictured with Wisconsin Secretary of Tourism, Stephanie Klett (left), along with fellow Door County partners in the Electric Vehicle Charging Station network.
Travel Green Certified + Electric Vehicle Charging Station
Our Visitors are taking note and green practices are informing their decisions on where to stay when they travel. The Bay Breeze Resort recognizes the power of eco tourism! We are a proud Travel Green Wisconsin certified Silver Leader. We’ve currently achieved 71 points out of the required 30 and have committed to installing an Electric Vehicle Charging Station by spring 2015. The Door County Visitor Bureau recently held their Electric Vehicle Charging Station Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and hopes to expand the network in Door County. They are the first destination marketing organization to take on an initiative like this and the ceremony featured special guest, Wisconsin Secretary of Tourism, Stephanie Klett to help launch the charging station network in Door County. We believe a charging station compliments the green initiatives we’ve already put into place at Bay Breeze Resort, such as solar panels for water heating, energy efficient LED light bulbs, linen reuse program, low-flow fixtures on whirlpools and toilets, a controlled irrigation system and marketing materials printed using soy inks on recycled content. (Insert picture of Rachel and girls in this paragraph.)
Ephraim’s 50th Annual Fyr Bal Festival – Saturday, June 21, 2014
Ephraim’s pillar festival, “Fyr Bal” turns 50 this year! Norwegian for “bonfire” Fyr Bal Festival recreates traditions of Ephraim’s early Norwegian settlers celebrating Midsummer’s Eve. Join us Saturday, June 21 for artisans, food, musical entertainment and family activities along the picturesque shoreline of Eagle Harbor. A signature Fyr Bal event, evening bonfires represent the burning of the ‘Winter Witch’ and welcome summer. Fireworks complete the day. A warm Scandinavian welcome awaits you in Ephraim any time of the year, but especially so during Fyr Bal Festival. (Insert bonfire photo with this paragraph.)
New Guest Rooms in 2014
Construction is nearly complete for two brand new guest rooms at Bay Breeze Resort. Both feature their own patio, King bed and Kohler Rain Shower! Both boast beautiful views of Debbie’s award-winning gardens and one looks out to the heated pool and hot tub. We renovated six additional rooms (painting, carpeting, tile and bedding!), freshly updating and redecorating the last of our 29 rooms. It’s a great time to stay at the Bay Breeze Resort!
Outdoor Heated Pool & Hot Tub Open!
Bay Breeze Resort – waterfront resort in Door County
Guests are invited to enjoy the Bay Breeze Resort’s outdoor heated pool and hot tub. It was so great to see so many customers enjoying the facilities over Memorial Day weekend – summer is almost here! The hot tub is the perfect retreat on a cool spring night. Walk across the street to our private sand beach access and Ephraim’s beautiful Eagle Harbor sunsets. (Insert sunset photo of building/pool with this paragraph.)
Our Neighbors Are The Best!
Location is everything! Besides being a waterfront resort in Door County, Bay Breeze Resort is neighbor to Good Eggs Breakfast Cabana, featuring breakfast burritos made-to-order, and the Door County Confectionery, treating customers to mouth-watering chocolates and delicious fudge hand-made in Door County.
Bay View Lodge Kitchen
Bay Breeze Resort House & Lodge Rental: Bay View Lodge
Bay View Lodge is Bay Breeze Resort’s beautiful and spacious 2,000 square foot, three bedroom + den log rental home nestled in the woods on a bluff overlooking Fish Creek Harbor and Peninsula State Park. A perfect Door County home rental for a family vacation or girls’ getaway. Please call Bay Breeze Resort to make your reservation, 920-854-9066. (Insert BVL photo with this paragraph.)