Bayside Inn

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Bayside Inn

618 Water St.
Saugatuck, MI 49453
United States
Regions: South
Phone: (269) 857-4321
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The BaySide Inn is located in the heart of downtown Saugatuck and is positioned on the Saugatuck Harbor. This historical landmark boathouse has been masterfully transformed into a quietly, elegantly cool waterfront bed & breakfast. With 6 guests rooms and 4 waterfront, fireplace suites there is something here for everyone.

Relaxation is at the heart of the BaySide Inn Bed & Breakfast, where you'll enjoy amenities such as the waterfront jetted-spa where you can watch the boats move though the channel, or unwind in front of a private crackling fireplace while taking in the romantic views of the Saugatuck Harbor from your suite.

Open year 'round, our rooms and suites provide private baths, air-conditioning, cable television, phones, private decks, and wireless high-speed internet.
Amenities & Services
Free Internet Access
On Waterfront
Picnic Area
Breakfast Served
Free Breakfast
Water View
Restaurant Nearby
Near/On Snowmobile Trail

BaySide Inn Tour

The Bayside Inn Bed & Breakfast sits at the water's edge in a prominent location in downtown Saugatuck. This former landmark boathouse and marina was built in 1927. It was rescued from encroaching waters by Innkeepers Frank and Kathy Wilson who fell in love with its panoramic views of the river and the harbor. They set about transforming the ailing building into one of the most stylish bed & breakfasts in Saugatuck. Today this Saugatuck bed & breakfast is a breezy memorable place in the warm months and a cozy enclave in the winter. There is a sense of extraordinary care that has gone into the restoration of this building it feels fresh, immaculate and solid as a rock.


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