Picking grapes for ice wine at Chateau Chantal Winery and B&B
Find a B&B on or near a Michigan wine trail. Sip and stay.
Michigan vintners operate their businesses in a very personal way, so, when making a Michigan wine trail tour, it makes sense to stay at Michigan Bed and Breakfast Association inns because each of them also offers a highly personalized experience.
All the highlighted names of towns and B&Bs are clickable to more information.
Wineries in Northeast Lower Michigan are few, but the Sunrise Side Wine and Hops Trail includes wineries, tasting rooms, and breweries close to both I-75 south of Grayling, where you could stay at Hanson House, and US-23, where you could stay at Huron House, Oscoda, or Always a Holiday! B&B, East Tawas.
In Southeast Michigan, the Thumbs Up Wine Trail arcs from south of Port Austin along M-25 through Port Sanilac and Lexington, then veers toward Rochester. B&Bs on or near the trail include: Raymond House Inn B&B, Port Sanilac; Lexington House B&B, Lexington; Maple Cove B&B and August House, Leonard, and Stag’s Leap Farm, Oxford.
To make all 21 stops on the Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail in SW Michigan, you’ll want to stretch out your visit to three or four days. Fortunately, the area is dotted with some of the state’s finest B&Bs:
- Approaching this Michigan wine trail from the east along I-94, you could stay at: National House Inn, Marshall, or Kalamazoo House B&B. Or take roads less traveled and stay at B&Bs in Fennville or Allegan.
- Lake Michigan beach towns with fine B&Bs to make your home base for wine touring include South Haven, Douglas, Saugatuck and Holland.
- To combine winery tours with the many attractions of Grand Rapids, consider Leonard at Logan House or The Parsonage Inn B&B in Grand Rapids, or Prairieside Suites Luxury B&B in Grandville.
Three Michigan wine trails bring thousands of travelers each year to NW Michigan. The three loops of the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail are very accessible for guests of B&Bs in Glen Arbor and Traverse City.