Welcome to the Frankenmuth Country B&B
Where hospitality, comfort, and exploring Michigan’s Little Bavaria converge!
This pristine country farmhouse is located in a country setting, just five minutes north of downtown Frankenmuth in southwest Michigan. Whether your days are spent relaxing on the front porch, shopping in Frankenmuth, kayaking, enjoying an old fashion carriage ride, or spending a lazy afternoon on the Belle Bavarian Riverboat, your stay at the Frankenmuth Country Inn will be filled with memories to relish until your next visit.
The Ultimate Frankenmuth Country B&B Experience
Relax and be pampered at this quality-assured and inspected MBBA gem, where you will find a perfect balance of modern amenities and peaceful décor. The century-old red farmhouse has been lovingly restored to include central air-conditioning and private ensuite baths. Each of the three comfortable guests has pastoral views and features queen-size beds with luxurious linens and lush towels. Guests enjoy homemade breakfasts made with fresh ingredients from the inn's garden and fresh eggs from their henhouse.
Unique experiences at The Frankenmuth Country B&B
Have you ever been to a town that celebrates Christmas year-round? You will find just that in the town of Frankenmuth- shopping galore, surrounded by Bavarian-style architecture and fun festivals that highlight the area's German roots, making this a very special place to visit year-round.
Frankenmuth is known for its addicting fried chicken dinners- German style. Check out two favorite eateries to decide your favorite- Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth and Bavarian Inn Restaurant- each offering their own takes on the classic German dishes that first put Frankenmuth on the map. This travel blog summarizes your eating options while visiting Frankenmuth.
Enjoy an old fashion riverboat cruise on the Bavarian Belle, a drive through the country with romantic covered bridges, or cuddle together as you enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride through town.
Bordered by the Cass River, Heritage Park has an event pavilion and a riverside pathway. You can paddle yourself through the Cass River's calm waters on a self-guided kayak tour with Frankenmuth Kayak Adventures or enjoy wine and chocolate tasting on an electric boat with the popular Fun Ships Tastings and Tours
Frankenmuth keeps its calendar full of popular events throughout the year, including the Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival in June, where you can enjoy colorful costumed German entertainers and polka bands dancing on the streets, or Zehnder's Ragtime Festival in April. For a complete list of events, check out this link.
Being known as “Michigan’s Little Bavaria” is something locals take very seriously. As you walk the streets of Frankenmuth, you’ll notice the Bavarian architecture, quaint German shops, and eateries, and you’ll experience traditional hospitality that goes back to German roots.
Check out the Frankenmuth Historical Museum, founded in 1963 after acquiring the Kern Commercial House Hotel (built-in 1905). Since then, the museum has been open to visitors all year round to teach and celebrate the history of the Franconian colonies.
Fall colors are abundant in Frankenmuth. Take a country ride, experience colors from the treetops with a zip-lining adventure, or check out the local farms where you will find corn mazes and pumpkin patches.
Every January, Zehnder's sponsors the Frankenmuth Snowfest Festival. It's a wonderful time to bundle up to enjoy some famous Frankenmuth fried chicken, shop at the River Place Shops, and watch amazingly talented ice artists carve massive slabs of ice into submission!