Looking for a home-away-from-home? With the West Michigan area’s bed and breakfasts, you’re sure to find a warm and welcoming place to spend the night. You’re in good hands when you visit these cozy retreats, as you’re served breakfast each morning and retire to a comfy bed.
Bed & Breakfasts in Southern West Michigan
The Marshall area is home to bed and breakfasts with their own interesting history. Stay in the oldest operating inn in Michigan, the National House Inn. Your stay overlooks the historic Fountain Circle in the middle of picturesque Marshall, where you’ll be treated to the simple pleasures of life. If you want to visit downtown, the National House Inn is within walking distance of dining, shopping, and many attractions. Stay for a weekend, and experience the history of the Marshall area.
After a long day of laughter and exploring, it is important to have a wonderful place to lay your head. South Haven’s unique bed and breakfasts provide the perfect place. With a stay at the Yelton Manor Bed & Breakfast, you’ll find impeccable cleanliness, upscale comfort, and delicious food, all a stone’s throw from the beach. From romantic, adult-only resorts to cozy, family-friendly rooms, the area’s B&Bs will give you the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate for another exciting day!
Located only a couple of minutes from downtown Saugatuck and Douglas, the Amble Inn in Fennville is the perfect place to stay and experience Michigan’s Art Coast. This bed and breakfast wants to help you step away from the busyness of daily life. After checking out the beaches, galleries and shops, relax and unwind in this rustic setting. A stay at the Amble Inn is all about taking the time to slow down.
The White Rabbit Inn is a small, eight room bed and breakfast located in the lovely little village of Lakeside. The inn is surrounded by sophisticated antique stores, exquisite art galleries, highly-acclaimed gourmet restaurants, and only a short drive from nearby award-winning Michigan wineries, craft breweries, and craft distilleries. Best of all, the inn is only a few blocks from the a public beach, and less than five miles away rests majestic Warren Dunes State Park. Plan your stay in one of West Michigan’s best hidden gems.
Built in the 1920s, the Gordon Beach Inn in Union Pier is recognized by the State of Michigan register as a State Historical Site. It was renovated with great care and consideration in 1992. Artisans were brought in to hand stencil walls and corridors with designs based on botanical themes and local Native American patterns, which lend a warm and distinctive atmosphere to the inn. Book your stay at this casually active, rustic, and historic bed and breakfast!
Sherwood Forest Bed & Breakfast in Douglas offers inviting elegance in a wooded setting. The hardwood floors, leaded-glass windows, and wrap-around porch add to the ideal surroundings. Perfect for romance or a much-needed getaway, their individualized guest rooms are complete with antiques, cozy wing chairs, jacuzzis, and fireplaces. There are things to do year round in the area, making it the perfect place to stay no matter the season.
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Bed & Breakfasts in Central West Michigan
The Muskegon area is home to many charming B&Bs, each waiting for your visit. A fan-favorite B&B is Amanda’s Bequest & Bygone Basics in Montague. You’ll enjoy an intimate, cozy, and simply grand retreat at this heritage farm-style abode. A class at Bygone Basics teaches you home artisan skills, including pressure and water bath canning, fermenting, baking and cooking from whole foods, cheese-making, sourdough bread artistry, and jam/jelly making. Located a half mile from White Lake, and four miles from a beautiful pier and beach on Lake Michigan, this romantic, unique, and delightful B&B is the perfect getaway for couples, singles, and business travelers, as well as those who enjoy the culinary arts and history.
Located in the heart of downtown Fremont, the Gerber Guest House has provided guests from all over the world with comfortable, quiet, and unique lodging. Come find out how a night or two at the Gerber Guest House can put you in a better state of mind.
The Ludington area has a variety of bed and breakfast locations for you to choose from, each offering a different stay. One of these bed and breakfasts is the Inn at Ludington. This historic B&B is located just a couple blocks from downtown shopping and dining, Lake Michigan beaches, and more. With so many choices, you’re bound to find the perfect stay in Ludington!
Built in 1905 by lumber baron Warren Cartier, the Cartier Mansion Bed & Breakfast in Ludington is a neoclassical mansion, featuring exquisite woodwork, original fixtures, antiques, a carriage house, and beautiful gardens. Your stay is within walking distance to Lake Michigan beaches, restaurants, shops, the marina, and the car-ferry. Return to one of the five guest rooms, each with private baths, wireless internet, 300-plus thread count sheets, bathrobes, and a full breakfast, making your stay a special and memorable experience.
The Mt. Pleasant area has charming B&Bs, from German-inspired chalets and Victorian-styled inns, to a real bison ranch. Once you’re in Mt. Pleasant, spend your time shopping, dining, exploring, and golfing before returning to your cozy home-away-from-home.
Bed & Breakfasts in Northern West Michigan
Two historic country inns grace the historic Petoskey area. Stafford’s Bay View Inn is an 1886 beauty while the Terrace Inn is a 1911 charmer. Both of these lovely inns offer a relaxing atmosphere and transport guests to a time when life was simpler. Stay, dine, and explore the whole Bay View Association, a place so special that the entire area is on the National Register of Historic Site.
The inn at Black Star Farms is located on their 160-acre Suttons Bay estate in the heart of Northern Michigan Wine Country, nestled below a hillside of vineyards with sweeping pastoral views. The inn features luxurious guest rooms, with an exceptional package of services and amenities. Black Star Farms’ inn is also a proud member of Select Registry, a collection of North America’s most distinguished B&Bs, inns, and boutique hotels.
Applesauce Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bellaire is the perfect homebase for your trip to northern Michigan. Spend time on beautiful Torch Lake, take a short drive to Traverse City, or spend a day on Mackinac Island or at Sleeping Bear Dunes. Let innkeepers Gary and Jamie make your stay up north one to remember!
Enjoy charming bed and breakfasts located within walking distance of downtown Charlevoix. One of these charming stays is the Inn at Grey Gables. Built in 1887, this inn was one of the original “cottages” in the century old Belvedere Club, a summer colony on the south side of Round Lake and steps from Lake Charlevoix. There’s also the Bridge Street Inn B&B, a three story, historic Colonial Revival home just steps away from Lake Michigan. All of the area’s beautiful accommodations offer quality service and the perfect place to getaway for a fall vacation.
More Bed & Breakfasts in Northern West Michigan
- Antiquities’ Wellington Inn, Traverse City
- Bella Vista Inn, Bear Lake
- Chateau Chantal, Traverse City
- Cottage Inn, Mackinac Island
- Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum/Historical Society, Sault Ste. Marie
- Harbour View Inn, Mackinac Island
- Point Betsie Lighthouse, Frankfort
- The Shack Bed and Breakfast, White Cloud
- Whaleback Inn, Leland
2017 Bed & Breakfast Information
The Inn at Bay Harbor in Bay Harbor is offering a Bed & Breakfast Package from now until October 31st. It’s the perfect time of the year to explore the natural beauty of northern Michigan with leisurely drives along scenic highways and invigorating hikes through the woods. With midweek rates starting at just $155 per night, including breakfast for two each morning, you’re sure to fall in love with Bay Harbor this autumn.
As one of West Michigan’s more unique bed and breakfast experiences, the Traverse Tall Ship’s 6-Day Windjammer is sure to thrill those looking to relax on the water. Your voyage starts on September 17th at the Grand Traverse Bay aboard a replica of an 1800s “coasting” cargo schooner. The exact course of the trip cannot be determined in advance, as the captain and crew rely on the winds to guide the path of the ship. Yet, no matter what the route, the sights, sounds and stories meld together for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Spots are limited, so sign up today to get your spot on this once-in-a-lifetime stay on the water.