A Dove Nest Bed and Breakfast

Kingston, Michigan


Thumb retreat: wildflowers, wildlife, starry nights

A Dove Nest Bed and Breakfast was built by innkeeper Robert and the late Theresa Dove to raise their children, making it a true Dove nest. The 112 acres are full of wildflowers and National Wildlife Certified Wildlife Habitat areas.

None of the wildlife at A Dove Nest is caged. Instead, it is allowed to exist in its natural habitat.

A Dove Nest Bed and Breakfast is not for everyone. It is, however, the perfect place for all who wish to experience Pure Michigan at its finest. The grounds are home to several protected and endangered Michigan wildflowers left to thrive in their natural habitat.

Lake Huron beaches and the town of Port Sanilac are 32 miles east. An entrance to I-75 is 36 miles west. The charms of Frankenmuth are less than 35 miles southwest.

A Dove Nest is more than a bed and breakfast. It is a destination to be treasured, located in the heart of Michigan's Thumb area and surrounded by all the great experiences the Thumb has to offer.

Unique experiences at A Dove Nest Bed & Breakfast

Natural Wonders

If you are into bird watching, stargazing, viewing wildlife, hunting, fishing, walking trails, riding your bike, or enjoying natural beauty, then A Dove Nest Bed and Breakfast is the place for you. Stargazers, light pollution will not impede your enjoyment of the night sky here.

Weddings

Many weddings have taken place in the beautiful, natural setting that A Dove Nest B&B offers, sometimes in the circle in front of the house, other times overlooking English Lake. See photos of some of the outdoor weddings we have hosted.

Guest Rooms: 3

 Who We Are:

Bob Dove, innkeeper, shows path around the lake

 Phone

 Address

4400 Phillips Road, Kingston, MI, USA 48741