Experience a luxurious vacation in a Boutique Lodge
Once in a lifetime lodging for a family reunion
Recharge with a weekend get away in Downtown Oshkosh
Business partners can reside in style during the EAA
Only 50 miles from Green Bay and Lambeau Field
King Bed, Steam Shower, clawfoot tub
Doorway width: 30" - Tub height: 22.5"
Steam Shower width: 24.5" - Bathroom has 2 steps down
Cornelia Doe, or Nelie, is the great great grandmother of the current owner of the Doe House. She was married in the residence in Jan 1877, to Rufus Choate Brown, who started Cook & Brown Brick and Lime Co in 1874.
King bed, ensuite full bath
Doorway width: 27.5" - Tub height: 17"
Born in 1850, Rebecca Doe Jackson was the 3rd daughter of William Doe and the current owner of the home is her namesake.
Queen bed, steam shower, additional queen sleeper sofa
Doorway width: 27"
Elizabeth McCourt, aka Baby Doe Tabor, was a queen of hearts
in Oshkosh, Central City and Leadville, CO.
This room was originally a nursery.
Full bed - shared bath
Connects with a lock off to the Baby Doe Suite
Doorway width: 29"
Harvey Doe, the 4th child and only son of William Doe, famously married Baby Doe at St Peters in Oshkosh in 1877 after being smitten when he saw her ice skating on Lake Winnebago.
Queen Sleeper Sofa - semi-private sleeping area with screen.
Nearby bathroom in Sunporch with soaking tub.
Bathroom door width: 31" Tub height: 22.5"
Sunporch has 3 steps down
Flora Doe was the youngest child of William and Elizabeth Doe, she lived with her parents most of her life.
Please note, the house is 150 years old and has multiple sets of stairs which are not easily accessible for those with limited mobility.
For more information about accessibility, please click the button below:
The Doe House is an historic home that was built in 1869. The following is to provide disabled persons information about accessibility features in order for them to ascertain whether the rooms, accommodations and spaces meet their disability needs.
Though the act does not require the house to be compliant with the the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), we have 4 rooms upstairs, and guests who wish to visit can do so knowingly.
We offer four private rooms and one semi-private, with four rooms located on the second floor (Cornelia Doe Suite, Baby Doe Suite , Rebecca Doe Suite and Harvey Doe Bedroom). These require the use of stairs either at the front of the house or at the back - both staircases have hand rails. There is a sleeper sofa on the first floor sunporch that has 3 steps down. Hardwood floors and area rugs are throughout the house.
There are no wheelchair accessible bathrooms and the antique clawfoot and skirted bathtubs have slip mats only. The wall-mounted tub has a permanent non-slip surface and a four foot knee wall for balance. None of the bathtubs have support bars.
Among the ways The Doe House complies with the ADA:
We ensure that individuals with disabilities can make reservations during the same hours and in the same manner as individuals without disabilities.
We have identified and described accessible features and inaccessible features in the house and guest rooms in detail to allow individuals with disabilities to determine whether the Doe House meets their needs. Please contact us at TheDoeHouse.com with any questions about accessibility.
You may load and unload on the street in front of the house or in the back. Parking is located along the pull-through driveway, with a larger space at the back entrance to the house.
We have 5 steps leading up to the front porch and another 3 into the house. This door measures 32″.
There are 7 steps up to the back door that is accessible with a touch key pad and a code that we will provide at check in. This door measures 33.5″.
There are no wheelchair ramps into the house.
The Doe House is committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability.
This website conforms to level Double-A of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1. These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities.
This site has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS. The site displays correctly in current browsers and using standards compliant HTML/CSS code means any future browsers will also display it correctly. Although, The Doe House strives to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of the website.
We guarantee that a specific guest room, once reserved, is held for the reserving customer. We make reasonable efforts with third-party reservation systems to make accessible rooms available through at least some of these services and provide these third-party services with information concerning the accessible features of the hotel and the accessible rooms.
Should you experience any difficulty in accessing The Doe House website, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 903-915-0091 or TheDoeHouse@gmail.com.