Stone Chalet Bed and Breakfast Inn and Event Center was built in 1917 in the style of a unique and authentic granite-block Swiss chalet. It is Ann Arbor's largest bed and breakfast and includes an event center used for weddings and receptions, business meetings, retreats, family events and performances.
This Ann Arbor bed and breakfast is noted for its welcoming innkeepers, peaceful surroundings, accommodating breakfasts (such as kosher, vegan, or gluten-free), cozy fireplaces, singing frog pond and relaxing gardens.
Built as the home of Dr. Dean Myers (1917), then sold to the Unitarian Church 30 years later, the complex was built in three periods to include a parsonage (the main lodging area), hall (now the Event Center), the Stone Chalet, which is the main house, plus a cottage.
Since acquiring the property in 2013, Lana Hawkins & Mike Soltis have transformed it into a destination close to the University of Michigan campus.
Unique experiences at Stone Chalet Bed and Breakfast Inn
From weddings to business meetings to concerts, our Event Center — light-filled and spacious by day, intimate by night -- provides a unique and comfortable ambience. We hold events for people staying at the inn, but we also offer the center for events open to the public. One example: A three-day pop-up exhibition of The International Museum of Dinnerware Design, focused on Mid-Century furniture, dishes, glassware and flatware by leading designers returning for Mother's Day weekend and musical performances.
Downtown Ann Arbor has over 250 unique restaurants for all the foodies, craft and micro-breweries and is home the the Ann Arbor Art Fair each summer as well as the Ann Arbor Film Festival and Ann Arbor Summer Festival.
There are bike paths and nature trails in beautiful parks in town with the Huron River flowing through. There's plenty to do in Ann Arbor for everyone.