Places to Stay

Columbus, Wisconsin, offers a variety of lodging options, including hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, and campgrounds, catering to different preferences and budgets. Here are some of the best places to stay in Columbus, along with their amenities:

Hotels & Motels

Boarders Inn & Suites

BoardersIndoorPoolThe Boarders Inn & Suites by Cobblestone Hotels – Columbus offers our guest the amenities and services they need with 24-hour Seattle’s Best Coffee Service, Complimentary Breakfast, Guest Laundry, Fitness Center, High Speed Wireless Internet Access, and so much more! At the Boarders Inn & Suites, you will receive, “Big City Quality, Small Town Values…” each stay. Make your reservations today.

                  • Modern Rooms
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Business Center
                  • Fresh Breakfast

Bed & Breakfasts

H.A. Whitney Inn

HAWhitneyInnThe HA Whitney Inn Guest Rooming House/Bed & Breakfast opened in July 2018. It is conveniently located 1.5 blocks (2-minute walk) from the Amtrak station, restaurants, Wisconsin’s largest Antiques Mall, and historic downtown Columbus, Wisconsin. The Inn caters to non-smokers and no pets, except service dogs.

  • Comfy Queen bed
  • Fully stocked modern kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Off-street, private parking

The Quaint Home

TheQuaintHomeFireFeatureLooking for something cozy? The Quaint Home is a short-term rental for business professionals, traveling nurses, family vacations, bridal parties, and weekend getaways. This three-bedroom home is perfect for a peaceful place away from the busyness of life. Enjoy the small-town feel while being within walking distance of restaurants and antique shops. This home was built in 1920, so it has quite a bit of character and a cozy feel. Enjoy the weekend with family and a comfortable place to stay in Columbus, Wisconsin.


Astico Park

Astico Park (100 Acres) consists of developed and natural areas on the historic Danville Mill Pond of the Crawfish River about three miles east of the City of Columbus in the southwestern part of Dodge County. The park is split by the river and connected by the historic Ninabuck and Scofield Bridges. The main park entrance is just south of Hwy 60 at N3620 Hwy TT. The park features 61 river's edge and upland campsites including riverside campsites with 50-amp service available, Astico Castle Playground, a restroom/shower facility, a dump station, picnic areas and shelters, shoreline and wooded hiking trails, large open play fields and an expansive river shoreline which provides good canoeing and fishing opportunities in a scenic setting. A canoe launch and canoe/kayak rentals are available.