At the Inn at Old Orchard Road, birds and bunnies will share your enjoyment of this 1906 Dutch farmhouse in its fresh, green neighborhood just fifteen minutes from charming downtown Holland.
Guests are welcomed as friends at the back door, which opens onto a spacious patio and a path leading to a gazebo where guests love to hang out and to a fountain that is the centerpiece of the landscaped backyard.
Three comfortable guest rooms on the second floor offer queen beds, private baths with showers, cable TV, air conditioning, and WiFi. One also has a claw foot tub.
Enjoy "wake-up" coffee or tea service, then enjoy a full breakfast. A recent five-star review said: “Betsy was a great host. Multi-course Dutch-style breakfast served each morning was delicious.”
In addition to exploring downtown Holland, guests often visit Hope College, Saugatuck (10 miles away), and Lake Huron beaches. Open all year.
Unique experiences at Inn at Old Orchard Road
The area around Holland offers one of Michigan’s most extensive networks of paved trails. You could hike or bike around Lake Macatawa. Holland State Park and our city parks are served by trails. Or take the Beeline Trail to Saugatuck 11 miles to the southwest. Or head for Grand Rapids; trails go there, too. And you can start right outside our front door.
Holland was founded by Dutch Americans and still has a high percentage of people with Dutch ancestry. The town celebrates its Dutch ancestry, and not only during its famous Tulip Time in Holland Festival every May. Year-round Dutch heritage attractions include Windmill Island and Nelis’ Dutch Village.
There’s nothing like Lake Michigan in the fall -- rolling waves of changing colors topped by white caps. Surrounded by lush trees dressed in their fall colors, a true connection with nature frees your soul. Just take a deep breath. You can ride your bike from here to the lake. Stop in at New Holland Brewing or another of the town’s craft breweries to sample one of their seasonal brews.