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Reviewed July 23, 2014
What You'll Get
A hotel functions as a home away from home, an escape from the daily grind, and a storage space for your body for one night. Live a double life with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $198 for a 3-night stay for two in a queen room with $100 dinner credit (up to a $397 value)
- $228 for a 3-night stay for two in a king or deluxe queen room with $100 dinner credit (up to a $457 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 15, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Book by 4/1/14. Travel must be completed by 6/19/14. Not valid for travel before 3/9/14. Limit 1/person, +1 as a gift. Limit 1/visit. Merchant's standard CX policy applies (fees not to exceed Groupon price). Name on Groupon must match ID. Must be 18+ to check in, 12+ to stay. Not valid w/ rwd pts. Not valid 5/24-5/26. King/Deluxe Queen or Queen rooms. Must use promo value in 1 visit. 9.5% room and 5.5% dinner tax not included. Room choice not guaranteed at time of reservation. $15 CC min. for fees and charges. Restaurant closed on Tues-Wed. Valid for 2 people, $20 for each addl person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cable Nature Lodge
Cable Nature Lodge sits on 22 acres of scenic property surrounded by the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in northwestern Wisconsin. Greeted by the lodge's black lab Arwen, inside you'll find a stone fireplace, wood-laminate floors, and vaulted ceilings. Each of the seven guest rooms comes with satellite TV, a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, and complimentary WiFi. On the main floor of the lodge, you can grab a bite to eat at Rookery Pub Fine Dining. The restaurant, rated the area's top restaurant by TripAdvisor, has chefs prepare unique upscale American cuisine such as herb-crusted bison tenderloin and pan-seared pheasant.
In the colder months, visitors take to groomed trails just outside the lodge to go cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. Lodge owner Bill Brakken, a long-time resident of the area, can recommend a variety of activities and point out which squirrels are cantankerous.