Oops, sorry, just realized the pub was in Plymouth, not Elkhart Lake.
Still a nice place and not far from the track and Elkhart Lake.
And they do have rooms upstairs:
On Fri, 30 Jun 2006 22:39:20 -0500 email@example.com writes:
> Er, no, uh, the closest town is... Elkhart Lake.
> Siebkens Resort is the cool, historical place to stay in the town.
> The Osthoff is another one.
> Last time I was there for the Brian Redman deal me, another racer,
> and several crew rented a house from a local in Plymouth, about 7
> miles away. We found them through the Chamber of Commerce.
> Check out http://www.elkhartlake.com/FV_accommodations.asp. Lots
> of B&B's to choose from.
> Elkhart Lake is a quaint little place, you ought to stay in the town
> if you can. In the backstreets there is a really, really cool Irish
> pub and restaurant that we ate in one night. Guiness on tap and the
> night we were there a large group with traditional Irish instruments
> singing Irish songs. Food was excellent, too. I think there were
> accommodations upstairs, but I don't remember for sure.
> On Fri, 30 Jun 2006 21:30:23 -0400 Frank Clarici
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Larry Miller wrote:
> > > .Where is a good place to stay at/around/near Elkhart Lake?
> > I think the closest town it Milwaukee.
> > --
> > Frank Clarici
> > Toms River, NJ