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Villa on Verona Boutique Hotel

Marshall, Michigan

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Welcome to the Villa on Verona Boutique Hotel

 Where History Meets Elegance

 Nestled in the heart of Marshall, Michigan, the Villa on Verona Boutique Hotel invites you to step away from the ordinary and immerse yourself in a world of timeless charm. This historic Italianate-style mansion exudes elegance and warmth. As you approach, the expansive stone front porch beckons—a place where stories unfold over morning coffee and sunsets. Inside, the grandeur of chandeliers, marble, and wood floors awaits. Feel the warmth of the fireplaces and the embrace of history.

Choose from five uniquely themed guest rooms, each a sanctuary of comfort and style. With 12-foot ceilings and abundant natural light, these rooms blend modern amenities with historic decor. Plush bedding, Smart TVs, and Keurig machines ensure a delightful stay. Guests enjoy a delightful, healthy continental breakfast that highlights their popular homemade granola.

The Villa’s 4.5-acre grounds offer seasonal delights including an expansive stone front porch and comfortable outdoor seating around the property. The screened side porch provides a more intimate setting overlooking the east fountain and 100-year-old pines. Seasonal yard games are available for guests and are perfect to utilize for family gatherings. Guests enjoy tennis and pickleball courts or play a game of horse on the half basketball court. The saltwater pool is among guests’ favorite amenities. Lounge chairs, large cabana-style umbrellas, and outdoor eating accommodations provide a resort-style experience.

Historical significance weaves through the Villa’s story, with luminaries like Edward Butler, James Fenimore Cooper, and William D. Boyce leaving their mark. This beautiful and elegant Italian Villa was built from 1858-1861 by Edward Butler who was a merchant and banker. The land was previously owned by James Fenimore Cooper who was an American writer of the first half of the 19th century. W.D. Boyce purchased the home and sixty acres as a summer home in 1894. He was a Chicago publisher and founder of the Boy Scouts of America.

Whether it’s a romantic getaway, a business trip, a destination wedding, or a special celebration, Villa on Verona embraces you. Welcome to a world where history whispers through every corridor and elegance graces every room.

Unique Experiences at the Villa on Verona

Side table that includes a bottle of bubbly, roses and chocolate


Escape to the enchanting embrace of Villa on Verona Boutique Hotel in historic Marshall, Michigan. Here, romance unfurls like petals in a secret garden. Here you will find intimate luxury in all five of the uniquely styled guest rooms, each a sanctuary of comfort and elegance. High ceilings, abundant natural light, and a blend of modern and historic decor create an intimate ambiance. Sip champagne by the fireplace or soak in a clawfoot tub—the perfect prelude to a romantic evening. Walk hand-in-hand as you explore the wooded paths or relax poolside or in their hydrating sauna.

Bride standing next to a gazebo with a beautiful train


Imagine your wedding day in the heart of historic Marshall, Michigan, surrounded by the timeless elegance of the Villa on Verona. Here, love stories come alive against a backdrop of lush gardens, a charming wedding gazebo, and the gentle murmur of the Kalamazoo River. Ceremony options abound which include the front porch, the gazebo, the trellis, or the rustic woods. Services could include a grand event with up to 100 guests or a smaller micro-wedding, elopement, or vow renewal.


Marshall, Michigan, a hidden culinary gem, invites foodies to savor its delightful offerings. From classic comfort food to inventive dishes to the largest outdoor food festival there is something for everyone. You can dine in historic buildings, surrounded by architectural beauties including charming cafes, or dinner in an Italianate mansion- Marshall’s food scene is steeped in tradition.

Historic Charm

Nestled along the banks of the Kalamazoo River, the small town of Marshall beckons travelers with its historic allure and warm hospitality. As you stroll down tree-lined streets, you’ll encounter a living canvas of 19th-century architecture—a testament to Marshall’s rich past. Don’t miss the iconic Honolulu House, a gem of Italianate design, or the vibrant Main Street with its boutique shops and friendly faces. Whether you’re savoring farm-to-table cuisine, kayaking on the river, or simply sipping coffee on a sun-dappled porch, Marshall invites you to step into a bygone era and create your cherished memories.

Guest Rooms: 6

 Who We Are:

Virginia and Mason Novess



1110 Verona Rd, Marshall, MI 49068