Bed & Breakfast – Art Gallery – Farm, Sheep & Wool
At Whitefish Bay Farm the past meets the present. The farm incorporates a bed and breakfast, an art gallery and a large flock of sheep. Hosts Gretchen and Dick Regnery proudly invite you to spend several days, a weekend or a week at their Door County, Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast. The restored 1908 American Foursquare farmhouse has been open as a bed & breakfast since 1991. The Art Gallery, located in the granary barn, offers a unique collection of original artwork including handweavings, handspun yarns, hand dyed yarns using only natural dye sources, and pottery on display and for sale from mid-May until mid-October. Weaving and handspinning occurs daily during the season, as the wool from the sheep is used to create one-of-a-kind items that are a pleasure to own. Established in 1904 and settled on 80 acres, this farm in Door County, Wisconsin uses sustainable agriculture practices for raising white and naturally colored Corriedale sheep, whose wool is marketed world wide. During a morning farm tour, guests at the Bed & Breakfast may meet the friendly sheep and observe the many facets of sheep raising.