Voted the 12th Best Overall Bed & Breakfast in North America when it was called Bellaire Bed + Breakfast, the popular Inn at Breezy Hill Farms has a new face- The Park Street Inn.
Guests enjoy upscale lodging, delicious breakfasts, peaceful surroundings that are steps away from the quaint town of Bellaire, and easy access to all the adventures that the Upper Chain of Lakes Region has to offer. Passionate innkeepers have a motto that the Park Street Inn creates an atmosphere where "passion, purpose, and perfect relaxation collide." And it is exactly that vision that works with the innkeeper's passion to provide the best possible stay for their guests along with supporting their partnership with the non-profit Freedom Summit Adventures. With an impressive history that started in 2013, these thoughtful innkeepers have orchestrated wellness retreats, summit adventures, and utilized the great outdoors as a source of healing for survivors of human trafficking. Staying at the Park Street Inn helps support these visions that make a tremendous difference to so many women.
The comfortable inn includes five guest rooms in the Main House and the Carriage House, which features four luxury king rooms, each with a private bath and fireplaces. All of the luxurious rooms at the Park Street Inn include private baths, air conditioning, and high-speed WIFI.
Unique Experiences at The Park Street Inn
Kayaks, canoes, and power boats, oh my! If guests have their own water transportation devices, great! They are never more than a couple minutes away from putting in and starting their day on the water. There are also several businesses that rent kayaks, canoes, and pontoon boats. Guests of the Park Street Inn can take their pick of a leisurely float on several of the small lakes within the Chain of Lakes area.
Torch Lake and Elk Lake are favorite haunts for sailing as well as for jet ski and power boating enthusiasts. East Jordan Outfitters offers group rates for friends and families wanting to explore the beauty of the Jordan River.
Wow! Where to start? This slice of northern Michigan includes hiking trails at Grass River Natural Area, Glacial Hills Pathway, Antrim Creek Natural Area, and the Jordan River Pathway. Birding enthusiasts will enjoy the protected loon nesting area located in the northern arm of Lake Bellaire or the diverse venues offered by the Grass River Natural Area. The Village of Bellaire is located in the heart of the Chain of Lakes region of northern Michigan, which boasts an inland waterway that stretches 74 miles through beautiful natural vistas that can only be experienced when you are on the water.
Many a honeymoon, anniversary celebration and marriage proposal have been celebrated at the Park Street Inn (previously the award-winning Bellaire Bed + Breakfast and Inn at Breezy Hill Farm). All the Carriage House rooms offer a cozy sitting area in front of the fireplace. The Tuscany and Savannah rooms offer Jacuzzi tubs for relaxing, romancing, and sipping champagne.
The Village of Bellaire is the home and birthplace of Short's Brewing Company. The pub is a leisurely 10-minute walk from Bellaire B&B. Located in the heart of the village, Short's offers a wide selection of beers and hard ciders. Many of the beers on tap are only available at the pub. The original brewing operation is still going strong and serves up some of the most creative brews to be found anywhere. The pub offers tours of the brewing operation both in Bellaire and the Village of Bellaire. The annual anniversary party takes place the last week in April when the street in front of the pub is blocked off and several thousand beer lovers gather to drink their favorite brews as well as try the new creations.
Fall is a special time in northern Michigan. The B&B is centrally situated to many favorite fall activities. Visitors combine their fall color tours with visits to the many wineries, cider mills, meaderies, microbreweries, and distilleries. Antrim County is home to many apple orchards and roadside stands for that irresistible urge for a crisp apple or frothy apple cider and donuts. The Jordan River Valley in eastern Antrim County consistently offers some of the best colors to be found anywhere. A lot of folks embark on day trips that include stops in Petoskey and Harbor Springs before winding through the “Tunnel of Trees” that hugs the Lake Michigan coastline north of Harbor Springs. Canoe and kayak trips on the many rivers and lakes in the area provide still another perspective of Mother Nature’s fall color palate.
When the snow flies, the Village of Bellaire plays host to a wide variety of outdoor winter activities. Downhill ski enthusiasts will enjoy the slopes at Shanty Creek Resort. Cross-country skiers and snowshoe mushers can treat themselves to the Grass River Natural Area or Glacial Hills trail systems. The Glacier Hill trails are also groomed for fat-tire bicyclist thrill seekers. Guest come back to the B&B and enjoy a roaring fire in the library or retreat to their room in the Carriage House to enjoy their own fireplace.