Bed & Breakfast
The Ludington House, a historically significant home, is a three-story, Queen Ann Victorian set on a beautifully landscaped corner lot with ample off-street parking. We are conveniently located a short walk from Lake Michigan, downtown shops, galleries and fine restaurants.
Located on the waterfront overlooking the Straits of Mackinac just past the busy downtown area, Small Point offers a beautiful and quiet setting. Nestled beneath Mission Point and just a short walk from Arch Rock, this seven-room inn has low rates, continental breakfast, bike rentals, and friendly service.
Ludington House Bed & Breakfast was built by Antoine Cartier, a lumber baron. He had come to the Ludington area from Quebec in 1852 to seek his fortune and in 1878 built this magnificent home for his wife, Eliza and their nine children.
This beautifully-restored 1886 Queen-Anne style home features everything from feather-top beds and Jacuzzi tub suites to a private cedar dry sauna and spa. Historic Webster House Bed & Breakfast is a cozy B&B that BedandBreakfast.com called one of 2012's Top 10 Bed & Breakfasts in the US.
1890's Victorian Farmhouse now a boutique B&B in the resort area of Northwestern Michigan. 3 comfortable rooms each with fireplaces, gourmet breakfasts! Minutes away from outdoor activities like skiing, snowmobiling, and snowboarding at Shanty Creek, Schuss Mountain and Boyne Mountain.
The Chelsea House Victorian Inn is located in historic downtown Chelsea, just behind Jeff Daniels' Purple Rose Theatre and around the corner from the Common Grill Restaurant. The Chelsea House Victorian Inn is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway, a business retreat or family get-together.
A unique comfortable home on the Old West Side. Walking distance to the University of Michigan campus, downtown Ann Arbor, and many local events. The Burnt Toast Inn can be rented as a whole house or by individual rooms. It offers 5 bedrooms and a traditional breakfast.
It started with one vineyard more than three decades ago. Now Chateau Grand Traverse has moved into its second generation of family winemaking – producing eighteen wine varieties from four vineyards sprawling across more than 120 acres, all earning countless medals to attest to the care and quality we put into every bottle.