(February 7, 2014) - Midwest Meetings magazine
announced that the Landmark Resort was named a finalist in the
"Favorite Resort for Meetings" contest. Properties were nominated
and then went through a popular vote to determine the winner. The
largest resort in Door County, the Landmark Resort took third place
overall. First and second place went to resorts in Ohio and
(November, 2013) - Every year since 2003, Door County
Magazine has held an annual Best of Door County balloting.
Each year new categories are introduced. The Landmark Resort was a
clear winner. We took first place in the "Best Site for a Wedding"
category. Again, as determined by the readers of Door County
Magazine in the publication's 2013 "Best of Door County"
(November, 2013) - The Landmark Resort was named "Best Banquet
Facility" by the readers of Door County Magazine in the
publication's 2013 "Best of Door County" balloting. Perhaps
this goes hand in hand with the Wedding Site recognition. It's a
wonderful snapshot of the quality we know and expect here. Remember
the Landmark Resort for your corporate and association
(November, 2013) - The Carrington Pub & Grill is pleased and
honored to gain the "Best Place to Meet for Lunch" recognition from
the readers of Door County Magazine in the
publication's 2013 "Best of Door County" balloting. The
restaurant maintains a lunch schedule only during the summer hours
(as well as special events).
(November, 2013) - We didn't select the categories, but this is
fun. The Carrington Pub & Grill was named "Best Place to Take a
Date" by the readers of Door County Magazine in the
publication's 2013 "Best of Door County" balloting. Sit on the
deck and enjoy a delicious meal and beverage while overlooking the
sparkling waters of the Bay of Green Bay. Yeah, that sounds
(November, 2013) - The Carrington Pub & Grill received a
second place distinction in the "Best Place to Enjoy a Bottle of
Wine" category in Door County Magazine's 2013 "Best of Door County"
(July 8, 2013) - The Landmark Resort Board of Directors
announced Monday that the resort has received a 3 Diamond Rating
from the American Automobile Association (AAA). The Landmark is one
of only three properties in Door County that has achieved the 3
Diamond Rating, all others are 1 or 2 Diamond. AAA Diamond Ratings
represent a combination of the overall quality, the range of
facilities, and the level of services offered by a property. 3
Diamond establishments appeal to the traveler with comprehensive
needs. Properties are multifaceted with a distinguished style,
including marked upgrades in the quality of physical attributes,
amenities, and level of comfort provided.
The Landmark Resort was named "Best Lodging" by the readers of
Door County Magazine in the publication's 2011 "Best
of Door County" balloting. The resort has won every lodging
category offered in the magazine's annual competition since
Midwest Golfing Magazine has named Door County the "Best Weekend
Getaway" in the publication's 6th Annual Editor's Choice
Awards. The announcement came in the magazine's Fall 2011
issue. In selecting Door County as the best weekend getaway, the
magazine stated "Wisconsin's distinctive finger is an open door to
Number one in Door County. Readers responding to the "Best
of 2009" survey conducted by Door County Magazine
recognized the Landmark Resort as providing the "Best Customer
Service" in the publication's annual "Best of Door County"
The Landmark Resort was the top vote getter in the "Best Family
Lodging" category for Door County Magazine's annual "Best
of Door County" recognition in 2009. Each year the publication
features different categories. Landmark did exceptionally well in
2009, winning all three categories in which it was eligible.
The Carrington Pub & Grill won the "Best Meal Deal" category
in the 2009 balloting for the "Best of Door County" competition.
Again, this was a Door County Magazine selection.
The Landmark Resort was named one of the "Top Ten Wedding
Locations in Wisconsin" by Resorts & Lodges
The Landmark Resort has earned the RCI Silver Crown Resort
designation for 2008 - 2012
October 9, 2010 - The Landmark Resort took first place in the
annual Pumpkin Patch Festival display competition. The resort has
taken first or second place for 19 of the last 21 years. The resort
took second place in 2012.
Door County earned a nod as one of AOL Travel's best one-night
getaways for $150 or less. "In reality, a one-night getaway doesn't
have to break the bank," says the article. "We've found ten
destinations where you can spend $150 or less a day, and still feel
like you're a world away from the harsh realities of everyday
life." Door County earned a place along Albuquerque, NM, Pensacola,
FL, Boston, Fort Worth, Las Vegas, and several others.
Readers responding to the "Best of 2006" survey conducted by
Door County Magazine recognized the Landmark Resort in the
"Best Night's Stay" category. Results were published in the
Winter 2006/07 issue of the magazine.
The Landmark Resort is proud to be recognized by the
Wisconsin Environmental Initiative with their Travel Green
The Landmark Resort is approved by AAA, and has been since
opening our doors in 1985.
Door County was named one of the "Top Ten" Small Towns in
America by Fodor's Travel (March, 2013). The write-up: Okay, so
this isn't technically one town, but this whole county - population
27,961 - is made up of notable small towns, each more charming than
the last. Thanks to the county-wide outlaw on chain hotels, shops,
or dining, you'll find hamlets teeming with cute boutiques, upscale
galleries, and working artist studios, along with natural sites
like Peninsula State Park and the beaches along Lake Michigan. Be
sure to try the local favorite fish boil-a stew of whitefish,
potatoes, and onions made outside in a cauldron-and the
locally-grown cherries, which make an appearance in nearly every
dish, from appetizer to dessert.
Egg Harbor was named the "Best Small Town in Wisconsin" by
Wisconsin Trails magazine. The article was published in
their June, 2011 issue.
Egg Harbor was named one of the "Top Ten Coolest Small Towns in
America" by Budget Travel magazine. Polling was done
online, and the results were published in the October, 2010
Midwest Living magazine called Door County one of the
25 best places to catch fall color in its latest edition. "In
fall," the mag writes, "as foliage turns fiery red and orange, the
quaint maritime villages of Sturgeon Bay, Egg Harbor, Fish Creek,
Ephraim and Sister Bay look all the more like New England."
Door County was recently named the "Best Small-Town Getaway in
the Midwest" by Midwest Living magazine.
In the 2010 "Best of Door County" polling, the Village of Egg
Harbor was voted the "Best Shopping Experience" as well as the
"Best Fireworks" by the readers of Door County
Egg Harbor is a 2007 Discover Wisconsin "Designated Choice
The Village of Egg Harbor was selected by the Wonders of
Wisconsin web site viewers as the town with the Best Galleries and
Arts Scene for 2008. They cited artists and galleries
make for a vibrant cultural life.
Unrivaled splendor has earned Wisconsin's Door County the
deserved title of the "Cape Cod of the Midwest." Along the
peninsula's 300 miles of shoreline, numerous lighthouses stand
vigil above Green Bay and Lake Michigan, cutting stark silhouettes
against a breathtaking expanse of sky that mirrors the azure waters
below. The allure of numerous lakes and golf courses as well as
hundreds of acres of protected land has helped make Door County a
serene escape for more than a century.
4929 Landmark Drive
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin 54209
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