The Rosenberry Inn B&B offers accommodation in a beautifully restored century home. Each of the rooms is outfitted with many antiques, comfy beds, and warm quilts. In addition to a private bathroom, each room includes a little refrigerator and coffee maker with coffee and tea supplies. CD stereos are also provided, as are ceiling fans and air conditioning for your convenience. For the wellness and safety of our guests and family, smoking is not permitted inside buildings.

We have a lovely dining room on the first floor where we serve an exquisite full breakfast each morning. Our library is located down the hall, where visitors can read or watch TV while snuggled up by the fire.

The First Floor

Rosenberry Suite

The accommodation in this suite can accommodate up to four people. An antique queen-size iron bed is placed near the window seat in the main area, while two single beds are located in the adjacent room. A pleasant sitting space with a fireplace opens out from the French doors to your morning coffee. TV and VCR

Samuel Landfair Room

This room features a dark green floral print that compliments the queen-size carved oak bed. Use the small window to see when your carriage arrives. TV

The Second Floor

Marvin Rosenberry Room

This room has lots of light, a pressed tin ceiling and a fireplace with an adjacent built-in bookcase at the top of the Inn’s beautiful oak staircase. Relax on a tall queen sized bird’s eye maple bed.

Katherine Landfair Room

With a wood burning fireplace, queen sized bed and wall of windows, our most spacious room offers plenty of sunlight to enjoy your early morning coffee with a view of Franklin Streets historic homes. TV

Katherine White Room

The Peach room features walls stenciled in a delicate peach tone and an elegant old Eastlake queen sized bed, all surrounded by pressed tin ceilings. The large bathroom has a vintage claw foot bathtub and pedestal sink. Marble tops the dresser, adding a touch of luxury to this cozy space.

Florence Rosenberry Room

In a small room, the furniture is in white. The modern design and layout make this living space appealing to a wide range of audiences. A pair of vases with lavender and ivy decorations complete the look.

Except for holidays, corporate rates and single rates are accessible in the main house on Sunday through Thursday nights.

The Devoe House a quiet, romantic getaway

In addition to the Inn’s primary home, we have a second house across the street called the Devoe House. William Devoe built this house for his wife Adelaide in 1868 and it is Marathon County’s oldest standing structure on its original site.

Each room in the Devoe House is equipped with beautiful antiques, a pleasant bed, and warm quilts. Each room also includes a sink, small refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker with coffee and tea supplies. Color televisions, VCRs, and CD stereos are available. For added convenience, air conditioning is provided.


The Devoe House has a room on the first floor that is available to guests. The Karen Miller Suite is decorated with antique Victorian furniture, lightly stenciled walls, and a tin ceiling. Two Victorian floor lamps provide lighting near the love seat situated close to the wood burning fireplace. In this suite, guests can relax in the king sized side-by-side whirlpool tub


The second floor is more spacious, with a rustic atmosphere. walls are forest green paint with one pink wall as an accent to separate the pine floors from the beamed ceiling There’s also a suspended swing for two near the wood burning fireplace, which would be perfect for setting //the mood// surrounding the king sized side-by-side whirlpool. Plus, there are windows on all sides of this room that provide fantastic natural lighting!