A Wilton Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast

Amil’s Inn Bed and Breakfast is nestled in the Kickapoo Valley, two and a half miles south of Wilton, Wisconsin. The Inn is just minutes from the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail, Wildcat Mountain State Park, and the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. Wilton is a small village in a setting of farming and surrounding hills that is located mid-trail between tunnels no.1 and no.2 on State Hwys. 71 and 131, just 15 miles south of Tomah, the entrance to the Kickapoo River Recreation Area. Nearby, visitors will find plenty to do and explore. Things to do include horseback riding, canoeing, antique shopping, cranberry tours, Amish tours and so much more. The setting of Amil’s Bed and Breakfast provides rest, full country breakfasts, relaxation and recreation, making us your ideal Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast getaway.


The Inn

A restored 1910 farmhouse, updated for today’s guests.


Guest Rooms

4 guest rooms await, each with a private bathroom.


The Area

There’s plenty to see and do in the Kickapoo Valley!

This delightful country home was constructed by Amil Reeck and his wife, Whilhelmine “Minne” in 1910. The home has been fully remodeled by Amil’s grandson, David Reeck. David and his wife Anita welcome you into their historic home which captures the allure of times gone by, with the comforts of today. The newly remodeled Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast has four guest rooms, each with a private bathroom. The Reeck family invites you to join them for quality accommodations in the beautiful countryside of Wisconsin’s Kickapoo Valley. Check Availability and Book Today!

What Our Guests Have to Say…It was an incredible stay!!!! I can’t say enough about it!!! It felt as though we were staying with family, and not at a B&B. The food was wonderful! The room was beautiful and homey. The bed was incredibly comfortable, and the area surrounding us was gorgeous! There were trails we could walk on and it has the “old farmhouse” look and feel that I love. We were given a tour and some history of the family and the house. I love old things so I really enjoyed admiring the wood work of the interior of the house. Also, there were so many places throughout the house and on the porch where you could just sit and enjoy some peace and quiet and…..coffee of course. We will certainly be coming back!!!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this place to anybody! You will not regret it whatsoever! Justin S.