Butler Bed and Breakfast

Lexington, Michigan

Charming, historic Butler Bed and Breakfast is located in the Lake Huron harbor community of Lexington. After a great night's sleep in our comfortable home, capped by a delicious full breakfast, enjoy shopping in the village, walking the beaches and visiting the parks and wineries and dozens of nearby attractions.

Once you're here, we'll help you plan your days of fun with "insider" suggestions on places to dine, play and relax. Butler B&B is close by but miles from the ordinary stress of your daily life.

Butler Bed & Breakfast is located along the scenic drive of M-25 in the picturesque harbor-town of Lexington, Michigan. Beginning as a photography studio in 1998, these days we operate only as a bed and breakfast. Our historic home is located on two acres of beautifully landscaped property. The grounds of our home provide an ideal setting for outdoor rest and relaxation for our guests. Located four blocks away is the scenic limestone harbor providing a beautiful nautical setting for your enjoyment.

Our home was built in 1879 for Phillip L. Wixson. The wood used in the house is almost all hemlock, a very straight-grained, strong, weather-resistant wood. The Lexington area was one of the few areas in the state where sufficient hemlock grew to allow almost an entire house to be built of this one type of wood.

Robert E. and Myrtle Devereaux bought the house in 1946. Devereaux owned the Detroit and Windsor Steamship Company, which provided ferry service across the Detroit River between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario. They also owned the Bob-Lo boats at that point.
Daniel G. and Dilla J. Miller bought the house in 1989 and created the Centennial Bed and Breakfast. They had the house listed on the Michigan Register of Historic Sites in 1990.

We bought the house in 1998 to pursue our dream of owning a photography studio in a beautiful location and now we would like to share that dream with you. Come visit us and enjoy the beauty of Lexington, Lake Huron and all that the Thumb of Michigan has to offer.

Unique experiences at Butler Bed and Breakfast


The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, built in 1829, is the oldest lighthouse in the State of Michigan and the second-oldest on the Great Lakes. Just 30 minutes south of our B&B, tours are available daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Ten minutes north of Butler Bed & Breakfast, you can view the Port Sanilac Lighthouse. This lighthouse is now a private residence but offers a great photo opportunity and is still functioning as an aid to navigation.

Craft Beer

The Lexington Brewing Company & Wine House is a great place for tasting and live entertainment. They brew on site and offer a variety of menu items.
Wine Trail
3 North Vines Vineyard & Winery is just 2.5 miles west of Lexington. They are located on 35 acres dotted with three ponds and glimpses of Lake Huron. They are always open on the weekends in the summer.


Black River Kayak Rental is five miles west of Lexington in the city of Croswell. Our guests have had wonderful times on the water in canoes and kayaks at a very reasonable price. Paddle under Croswell’s famous Swinging Bridge for a memorable day in the Blue Water Area.

Historic Charm

Sanilac County Historical Village & Museum is open from June – Labor Day. The 1872 Loop Harrison mansion is still decorated in furnishings from the era and a collection of restored antique buildings of Sanilac County create a genuine historic village.

Cool City

A summer weekend in the harbor village of Lexington always includes a festival, concert, or a show at the Lexington Village Theatre. Generations of families have come to Lexington to fill their summer days with rest and relaxation.

Guest Rooms: 3

 Who We Are:

Gene and Judy Butler, innkeepers




5774 Main Street, Lexington, MI, USA 48450