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sanchie1954

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« on: Jan 11, 2002, 09:01 »


Point Beach or Kewannee:

Cool City Motel is a great place to stay! Family oriented, management is great... will even do your laundry for a very small fee. Pets allowed for those of you who bring your friends. Rooms with kitchens, pots & pans, coffee pots, etc. also rooms without kitchens, even a very private upstairs unit with two seperate rooms that share one bath for those who have a partner they don't mind sharing bathroom with... very good rates! Management will work with the per diem issue allowing you to pay rent when you receive first per diem check (for those of us who have money problems due to lack of work).About 10 mintues from Point Beach, 20 from Kewannee, located off Hwy 42 (main road) of Two Rivers - great home cooking eating spots in immediate area! Call to reserve early they fill up fast! Very good rates as well... Remember - fishing season is the last week of Sept. thru Oct. so if the outage is scheduled during that time ALL places book up months in advance.You might want to pre-plan for the Fall.
Contact Connie or
John at 1-800-729-1520

Offline Rennhack

Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #1 on: Nov 30, 2002, 09:34 »



Stay at Fox Hills golf resort, it has efficiency apartments, cooking facilities, full size bathroom and cleaned often.  About a 15 minute drive. 250 W. Church Street; Mishicot, WI 54228. Contact Michelle 1-800-950-7615.  After 30 continuous day rate will be exempt. Fox Hills offers: 45 Holes of Championship Golf 2 Indoor Swimming Pools (1 open 24 hours) New Fitness Center - Complimentary to guests 3 Whirlpools - Pool Tables Sand trap Sports Pub featuring casual dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday-Friday Happy Hour 4-7 Complimentary Hors d'oeuvres 5-7 Coin laundry or laundry pick-up Limited Housekeeping (Tuesday & Friday Service Service) Live Entertainment Friday & Saturday.

Or the Lakeview in Two Rivers, both will provide good rates for Nukes.




« Last Edit: Aug 05, 2008, 02:50 by Camella Black »

moke

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Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #2 on: Feb 20, 2004, 02:47 »
Stayed at the Cool City Motel years ago and it was pleasant and there was a great steak house across the road (Mahoots?).

A co-worker stayed at Fox hills and that was the place to be.

Have a Great Weekend,

Moke

allforthenukie

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Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #3 on: Feb 22, 2004, 10:23 »
The Historic Karsten Inn
This is a grand old hotel in downtown Kewaunee WI. It's about 30 min north of the plant.
There is a turn of the century lobby, bar and fancy restaurant on the first floor, the rooms are on the second and third floors. Very posh in a 1890's sort of way.
This place normally caters to upscale yuppie Bed-n-Breakfast types from Illinois, but the outage season is their slow time of the year, and they offer reduced weekly rates to nukeworkers. I think it's like $120 a week or something. Not bad.
Worth considering.
For information call Roswitha 1-800-250-1625.


evil-leprachaun

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Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #4 on: Apr 10, 2004, 04:16 »
Wall Streat Grill in Manitowoc is a good place to eat!

Offline Camella Black

Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #5 on: Apr 13, 2004, 09:50 »
Here are 3 sites that I found, can not vouch for them, but the Village Inn does have a web site and they allow pets.

Village Inn & Suites (and R.V. Sites)
Two Rivers, WI
1-800-551-4795
www.villageinnwi.com

Seagull Mariana
Two Rivers
920-794-7533

Point Beach State Forest
Two River, WI
920-794-7533

evil-leprachaun

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Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #6 on: Jul 01, 2004, 11:54 »
Good burgers at the roundup

nugent_oh

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Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #7 on: Mar 27, 2007, 05:08 »
Anyone staying in Kewaunee for the spring '07 outage? It seems to be a nice place to stay, but local accomodations look scant. Manitowoc seems better in that regard.

Harrison Harbor House is great! 85 a week. wood stove, right on the harbor. Ron and Barb are great too!

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« Reply #8 on: Mar 15, 2008, 10:13 »
Really need some input on lodging in two rivers for point beach heading that way Monday 3/17/08.

HELP!

Just received this info for those that might be looking.  Don't know anything about any of them except Village Inn rate is $294 + tx a week.
Ira

Lighthouse Inn on Lake Michigan   rate $51.95 per night tax incld.

1515 Memorial Dr.

Two Rivers

1-800-228-6416

 

Village Inn on The Lake

3310 Memorial Dr.

Two Rivers

1-800-551-4795

 

Cool City Motel   (another employee said they have reasonable rates)

3009 Lincoln Ave

Two Rivers

920-793-2244

 

Fox Hills Resort

300 W Church St

Mishicot

920-755-2365

« Last Edit: Aug 13, 2008, 09:29 by iroyster »
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« Reply #9 on: May 01, 2008, 02:50 »
During the 2 months I was at PB for the last outage(4-5-08), I stayed at the Heritage Inn in downtown Manitowoc. Standard no frills hotel room with small fridge, microwave, and TV. No internet that I was aware of but didn't miss it. The Indian family that manages it was friendly and eager to please and kept the place reasonably clean. There is a Chinese restaurant in the same building and several other bars and restaurants within walking distance, even a strip club if that's your thing.
Being downtown, I wasn't sure what kind of an area it was before I arrived, but the streets are deserted at 2am on a Saturday and the hotel is right across the street from the police station. There are local shops in the downtown area or you can go back towards the freeway where there is a Target opening, a Shopco, Applebee's, and a Starbucks (tell the girls their regular from Detroit says "Hi"!). There is a laundrymat nearby but I would suggest the one on the north end of town. The drive to the plant is nice along the shore and takes about 20-25 min.
While staying at the Heritage, I was paying $198 (with taxes) per week. After 1 month, the taxes were refunded and I paid $175 therafter. Be warned though, they are changing over to be an Econolodge and are starting renovations (the new beds are great!!) so the price may go up. However, a number of guys staying there said that they would go back as well, including a few that have stayed in Two Rivers hotels before.
Feel free to post any questions!


Heritage Inn & Suites
908 Washington Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220
(920) 682-8271
« Last Edit: May 01, 2008, 10:28 by Drywell Rat »
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Offline villageinn

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #10 on: Jun 08, 2009, 01:56 »
Village Inn on the Lake
3310 Memorial Drive
Two Rivers, WI 54241
(920)794-8818
www.villageinnwi.com

Rate: $49.00/night for hotel rooms

The Village Inn on the Lake offers well-appointed rooms for an extended stay. Each room is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. In addition, the hotel has an indoor pool and whirlpool, poolside bar, and wireless internet throughout the property. Located 15 minutes from Point Beach, and 30 minutes from Kewaunee nuclear plants, the Village Inn on the Lake is your perfect home away from home.

penny

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Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #11 on: Nov 07, 2010, 04:48 »
I have a studio apartment. bedroom -livingroom 15x15 office 7x5 full bathroom with tub with 6 jets and shower small kitchen with stove and fridge  10x16 deck.  towles washclothes coffee maker sheets microwave silverware dishes pots and pans can opener internet cable and furnished incuded $500.00 per month one bill apartment has private entrance off road parking call anytime leave a message i will call you back  920-973-0621 or 684-8775. short or long stay about 25 or 30 minutes from point beach plant                               
« Last Edit: Dec 17, 2010, 07:29 by penny »

CLINSE

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Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #12 on: Dec 31, 2010, 11:45 »
River Hills Motel, Algoma, WI is 20 miles North of the Kewaunee plant and 26 miles North of Point Beach. We will have 13 rooms with monthly rates available in 2011. Our website is www.riverhillsmotel.com or call 800-236-3451.

Offline sscone

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #13 on: Jan 13, 2011, 01:29 »
I just booked at Cool City Motel. Rooms are going fast. So book yours soon. Wish everyone good a travel and a happy outage.

kewauneeinn

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Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #14 on: Jan 31, 2011, 08:03 »
Best Place to stay near Point Beach. Luxury hotel downtown Kewaunee, 15 miles from Point Beach. Comfortable, home-like rooms, restuarant, tavern on site. Box lunches made to order, laundry service, microwave/refrigerator in room, direct TV wireless internet. From $35/night for single; discounts for two or more sharing. Furnished apartments available. www.kewauneeinn.com; info@kewauneeinn.com. Call to reserve 920-646-0800.

Offline rpcarp

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #15 on: Aug 04, 2011, 10:55 »
I am looking for furnished apartments or studios. I really don't want to stay in a motel. Any one know of any in the area on point beach? I have been given one name 1 plus Rentals but you have to wait till like 2 weeks before you arrive to get a for sure yes I like to know in advance where I will be staying. Thanks for any advice

kewauneeinn

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Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #16 on: Aug 18, 2011, 11:47 »
The Kewaunee Inn/Historic Karsten Hotel is located on Lake Michigan in downtown Kewaunee close to Point Beach and Dominion Nuclear Plants. Enjoy spectacular views and strolls along Lake Michigan and it’s within walking distance of all amenities.

The Inn is a full-service residence hotel of 23 spacious rooms that consists of premium rooms, deluxe rooms, and queen or double queen standard rooms. We also rent newly remodeled studios and two or three bedroom apartments for transient workers!

Our Long Term Contractor Rates include affordable monthly rates starting at:
$35 per night for one person; $27 per night for two people each; or $40 per night in a loft studio apartment!

   We offer flexible meal plans
   Free Wi-Fi throughout the building
   Cable TV
   Private meeting spaces are available
   Unwind in our Full Service Restaurant & Bar
   Free Parking

Nominal Fees
   Refrigerators and microwaves
   Pets are allowed
   24 hour turnaround laundry service



Please contact our front desk specialists at 920.388.0800 

or e-mail www.info@kewauneeinn.com
« Last Edit: Mar 20, 2012, 03:25 by kewauneeinn »

Offline imbucky

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #17 on: Aug 29, 2011, 04:27 »
I have a furnished apartment for Rent in Kewaunee, 20 minutes north of Point Beach Nuclear Plant. The house is clean and in a quiet neighborhood close to schools and parks.
Included are beds, stove, fridge, kitchen table, kitchen chairs, pots and pans, microwave, washer and dryer, and other misc. essentials.
Also all utilities are included.
Rent is $150 per week per person
Available immediately!
Call 920-388-3234
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Offline imbucky

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #18 on: Sep 01, 2011, 04:54 »
Thanks to everyone interested. The apartment is now taken.
If I can find anything like this I'll post it here......

I have a furnished apartment for Rent in Kewaunee, 20 minutes north of Point Beach Nuclear Plant. The house is clean and in a quiet neighborhood close to schools and parks.
Included are beds, stove, fridge, kitchen table, kitchen chairs, pots and pans, microwave, washer and dryer, and other misc. essentials.
Also all utilities are included.
Rent is $150 per week per person
Available immediately!
Call 920-388-3234

Life is NOT like a box of chocolates.

It's more like a jar of Jalapenos....what you do today might burn your ass tomorrow.......

gsdougdvorak

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Lodging For Point Beach & Kewaunee Outages
« Reply #19 on: Sep 20, 2011, 01:55 »
Rental

1310 South 16th                                                 
Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220
Cell Phone: 920-366-2130
Email: gsdougdvorak@yahoo.com

I may be permently retired from the nuclear industry because of my horrendous accident, but a new set of procedures has been presented to me to be fulfilled.

A duplex in Manitowoc’s south side (close to the lake, Walmart, Festival Foods, dining establishments, I-43, etc.) has been granted to me to be the manager of for my nuclear brethren coming in for outages and other contract work.

I’ve set up residence in the lower unit, but the upper unit remains open to you for rent. Rents have been divided up because of schedules and are as follows: Monthly Rental is $1,200 with additional add on weeks to be added in at $300 a week. If the unit is only needed for a few week periods (less than one month) a charge of $350 is being addressed. All electrical, cable, internet and water billing are already included in the rent cost.

 It is a dual bedroom, one bathroom unit. With a full kitchen, refrigerator, sink with garbage disposal and all dining supplies granted. The living room is set up with full seating in front of a television - with DirectTV provided. Also, there is a large desk with a full PC set up and plenty of writing room. A router is integrated to provide Wi-Fi abilities also when needed. Full internet provided.

A maid service comes in weekly to do cleaning, including the sheets on the beds. Full laundry is provided in the basement for personal use.
A two stall garage is part of the premises, leaving one stall open to the upstairs Nuclear personnel. More than adequate room is available also on the driveways for parking a secondary vehicle.

A full backyard (fenced in) – with a patio block set and grill are also available.

2 bedrooms upstairs - share the occupancy and split the cost!

Only a short scenic drive up the shoreline of Lake Michigan to the nuclear plant.

Offline rpcarp

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #20 on: Jan 04, 2012, 12:58 »
I stayed at the cool city motel in two rivers its about 10min from the plant and it is an old motel with no a/c on lower floors but the beds are new and very comfortable the couple that manage it are very welcoming and will do what they can to help. I paid in the fall 2011 $222.00 a week and after the 4th week you get all your taxes you paid back and it drops to $200 a week. the lower floors you can rent a small fridge for $7.00

kewauneeinn

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Home away from Home in Kewaunee
« Reply #21 on: Mar 20, 2012, 03:24 »
The Kewaunee Inn/Historic Karsten Hotel is located on Lake Michigan in downtown Kewaunee close to Point Beach and Dominion Nuclear Plants. Enjoy spectacular views and strolls along Lake Michigan and it’s within walking distance of all amenities.

The Inn is a full-service residence hotel of 23 spacious rooms that consists of premium rooms, deluxe rooms, and queen or double queen standard rooms. We also rent newly remodeled studios and two or three bedroom apartments for transient workers!

Our Long Term Contractor Rates include affordable monthly rates starting at:
$35 per night for one person; $27 per night for two people each; or $40 per night in a loft studio apartment!

   We offer flexible meal plans
   Free Wi-Fi throughout the building
   Cable TV
   Private meeting spaces are available
   Unwind in our Full Service Restaurant & Bar
   Free Parking

Nominal Fees
   Refrigerators and microwaves
   Pets are allowed
   24 hour turnaround laundry service



Please contact our front desk specialists at 920.388.0800 

or e-mail www.info@kewauneeinn.com
info@kewauneeinn.com

Offline imbucky

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #22 on: Apr 26, 2012, 01:06 »
I have a furnished apartment for Rent in Kewaunee, 20 minutes north of Point Beach Nuclear Plant. The house is clean and in a quiet neighborhood close to schools and parks.
Included are beds, stove, fridge, kitchen table, kitchen chairs, pots and pans, microwave, washer and dryer, and other misc. essentials. Basically all you should need is shampoo, toothpaste, and scrubs! LoL!
Also all utilities are included.
Rent is $150 per week per person and each apartment can take up to two people!
Available immediately!
Call 920-388-3234
Life is NOT like a box of chocolates.

It's more like a jar of Jalapenos....what you do today might burn your ass tomorrow.......

Offline shefs2143

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #23 on: Jun 30, 2012, 05:01 »
Scheffel's Hideaway Campground  50 easy access sites (back-ins & pull throughs)with water and 30 amp electric. 15 sites also have 50 amp electric and sewer. A honey wagon is also available. New bathroom, shower, and laundry facility. Very quiet location. Located in the Point Beach State Forest, 10 minutes from Point Beach Nuclear Plant & 15 minutes from Kewaunee. We are open to accommodate all refueling outage periods. Visit our website www.scheffelshideawaycampgrou nd.net. Call 920-657-1270 or e-mail scheffelshideawaycampground@charter.net for reservations and additional information.
« Last Edit: Mar 17, 2013, 09:38 by shefs2143 »

Offline engsttra

Re: Point Beach Lodging
« Reply #24 on: Jul 31, 2012, 05:12 »
The Best Western Lakefront hotel [/b] in Manitowoc, WI, is always my favorite place to stay. They have a point beach rate of 69.00, flat screen tvs, a bar, free breakfast buffett, updated rooms, and the view is amazing! the pool and hotub is nice too. Nothing beats the sauna after a long day at the plant. This is my favorite place to stay because of the staff. They are always friendly, They even have night time housekeepers for us on night shift. call them up and reserve now tho, they book up pretty fast during outage season. 920-682-7000.

 


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