Stuart Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast

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Stuart Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast

229 Stuart Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
United States
Regions: South
Phone: (269) 330-5350
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Packages & Deals

Sip, Stay & Play: A Kalamazoo Beer Week Special

Bed, Breakfast, and More
Expires: 02/04/2022
Pricing: $400 M-R; $440 F-Sun.
Package Description


Stay two nights between January 28 and February 6 and receive cheese and nibbles on arrival; hearty, homemade breakfast each morning; $50 in Downtown Gift Cards redeemable at over 40 downtown businesses; and a choice of $50 Gift Card to Comensoli's Italian Bistro (a short stroll from the Inn) OR $50 Gift Card to any of the Millennium Restaurants. We've got you covered.
$400 M-R; $440 F-Sun.

Deal Disclaimer

Good January 28 through February 8. Must call to book.


The Inn features 7 guest rooms with private baths, AC, free Wi-Fi, and off-street parking. Abundant guest space inside and park-like setting and patio outside.  Homemade sweet and savory breakfasts served daily. Located in Kalamazoo's West End, across from Kalamazoo College and a short walk or ride to restaurants, pubs and nightlife.

The Inn hosts tailored events indoors and out as weather and public health restrictions permit.

COVID-19 UPDATE:  In light of the Michigan Department of Health's recommendation to take a 3 week pause to slow the spread of Covid 19 throughout Michigan, the Inn will only be taking reservations for stays starting December 4 and later.
13 Sun

Valentine's Day Celebration Tea

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Yes, Virginia - Valentine's Day IS for Everyone
Amenities & Services
Free Internet Access
Pet Friendly
Restaurant Nearby
Free Breakfast
Picnic Area

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