Maybe because it’s the second “B” in “B&Bs,” the uniqueness of breakfasts served at bed and breakfast inns too often goes uncelebrated. Here is what everyday guests are saying about their B&B breakfast experiences at Michigan Lake to Lake-member inns.
- Rachel and Alan of West Allis, WI, stayed at Carrier Ridge Lodge in Scottville. “Lorraine is an excellent cook. She posted a menu the prior evening so we would know what to look forward to. The quality and quantity was fantastic — delicious homemade food at its finest. “
- Mike and Gail of Zionsville, IN stayed on Lake Michigan at Waverland Beach Resort B&B in Stevensville. “Breakfast was the best (especially the fresh blueberries and raspberries brought up to our room with coffee)!
About the Sheridan House B&B in Fremont, Scotty and Laffoya of Grand Rapids said, “The breakfast was better than any 5-star restaurant.”
- Joseph of Livonia spoke for himself and his wife when he commended The Gables B&B in Cheboygan for responding at zero hour to a special dietary need. “The breakfast went way above what was expected when Judy learned we needed to eat a gluten-free breakfast. She exceed our expectations by baking us a gluton-free cranberry bread.”
Nanette of Manchester stayed at Rose Trellis B&B in Jackson. “Fantastic,” she said. “The best omelet I’ve ever had — and the home-made strawberry jam was divine!”
Lora of Pickerington, OH stayed at Crimson Cottage Inn the Woods in Holland. “I had the best breakfast I have ever had in my life!”
Kristine Brickey of Mason, who stayed at Arcadia House B&B in Arcadia, echoed Lora’s sentiments. “This was possibly the best breakfast I have ever eaten… EVER. I love to cook, but it was a great to have such a delicious meal served with such care and attention to detail.”
Can’t get away to stay? Then try out amazing Michigan Bed and Breakfast recipies featured in the association’s two cookbooks: Great Lakes, Great Breakfasts and Celebrate Breakfast, which can be ordered with a companion CD. You can buy them conveniently online.