The man who built the Lighthouse wanted guests to feel as if they were soaring above the Mighty Mississippi. His goal was to enjoy the expansive vistas all year long and surround himself with wildlife and natural goodness. To accomplish this feat, the builder found the perfect spot high atop the bluffs and created a house built around a lighthouse. Tucked away in the woods, it is easy to get lost in the quiet and solitude of this breathtaking valley located between Eastman and Seneca, Wisconsin.
Whether relaxing on one of three decks or slowly gliding on a rocker by the fire, you will find a sense of peace and calm as you escape the daily grind of everyday life. Absent are the sounds of city life as you immerse yourself in the rich scent of dewy mornings watching deer and turkeys frolic in the yard.
You will awaken to the smell of fresh brewed coffee and a professionally prepared breakfast that will delight all of your senses.
Lose yourself in the moment as you watch bald eagles soar above you in the valley and hear the trill of tree frogs and songbirds just outside your window. Clear your mind as you meditate in the new Finnish sauna and in the winter, plunge into the snow to invigorate your body!
To honor Patti's heritage, this home is named Latarnia which means lighthouse in Polish.
Now their forever home, Joseph and Patti want to welcome you.
Hospitality runs in their blood, often inviting people to their home for one of Joseph's incredible meals and some of Patti's scrumptious treats.
Located between Seneca and Eastman and just minutes away from the Mississippi River and countless regional experiences and excursions, everyone will find their own special way to experience the Driftless during their stay. Think of this as your home base as you explore nearby sites in Iowa, Minnesota and Southwest Wisconsin.
Patti will inquire about your goals for your time in the Driftless Area and will provide options that fit your family's personality as you head out on adventures big and small nearby.
Visit our EXPERIENCES page to learn more about the area.