Every year thousands of people flock to Door County over Memorial Day weekend to spend time with family and friends. Seeing all these people come up to boat, hike, fish, swim and relax reminds me of just how lucky we are to have the freedom to take a 3 day weekend and enjoy life. Here at the Beachfront Inn we are reminded every day that our freedom is a blessing.
As we kick off this 2019 summer season we are looking forward to being your hosts.
and the Beachfront Team
Proud New Owners of the Beachfront Inn Shana and Oscar
As some of you know 2018 was a big year for the Door County Real estate market and the Beachfront Inn property was no exception. August 1st marked a new beginning for Shana Zacek and her Shih Tzu mix Oscar as they officially bought and started running the Beachfront Inn Motel. Shana still plans on keeping things pet friendly, and relaxing for your entire family. Some changes you may have notice is an extended season ending November 25th and reopening April 5th 2019 as well as some easy room upgrades such as new charging docks and painted doors. As with most new owners Shana has so many fresh, exciting ideas and she just can’t wait to get to work! Follow our off season projects on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
We would like to thank the amazing guests that we have met so far. You all have made our first few months a breeze and a blast! We look forward to meeting a whole new group of friendly faces next season. Our online reservation system is open for the 2019 season and we are available via email or phone to help with any question or concerns you may have. 920-839-2345 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our nightly bonfires on the beach will continue! Bring your own S’Mores or purchase a kit through our guest service nook.
Love how this blue pops from the road.
New charging docks in a all rooms
“Super time at the Beachfront Inn. The little things like the beach bonfire each night and the plentiful breakfast adds that homey touch to this family-owned motel. It’s the personal touch that you don’t get when staying in chain motels.”