Springside, is located on Shake Rag street a short walk from the main Brewery Creek building. Springside is perhaps the oldest operating guest house in Mineral Point.  Built between 1843 and 1847 by Cornish merchant John Tregaskis, it was renovated back in the 1940’s by Bob Neil and Edgar Hellum as a guest house for Pendarvis.  They called it Newlyn House.  Operation eventually transfered to The Looms and then to The Chesterfield Inn.  After a brief stint as an artist’s home and gallery it became part of Brewery Creek in 2002.  Thousands of guests have enjoyed the quality, comfort and calm of this little house.  Now you can too!

Today Springside is divided into two private suites just as it was in Bob and Edgar’s day.  They called them North and South.  We call them Side One and Side Two.   Each has a private entrance and similar amenities, but different decor.  More information and photos are available below to help you choose your favorite side.  Maximum occupancy is 4.  No children under 12. For more historical details, check out the Wisconsin Historical Society entry for Springside.