These featured Michigan bed and breakfast inns demonstrate the unique differences between each and every B&B.
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Crimson Cottage Inn the Woods, Holland; The Farmhouse Inn, Homer; and Leonard at Logan House, Grand Rapids
Crimson Cottage Inn the Woods isn’t your typically Victorian bed and breakfast inn. A new construction of contemporary design and crimson accents like its welcoming front door, this B&B features sun-filled rooms lit by spacious windows overlooking a quiet, residential woods and pond. Located in Holland, it is modern, yet secluded; tastefully appointed, yet wonderfully comfy. The innkeepers provide bicycles to guests who want to ride the mile to Lake Michigan beaches on trails that crisscross the area. Shopping and dining are just a short drive away. It’s perfect!
Within an easy driving radius of two private colleges – Albion and Hillsdale, The Farmhouse Inn in Homer is just a 45-minute drive from Michigan International Speedway and welcomes fans throughout the racing season. This Italianate-style farm home, built around 1870, is in the heart of Amish country and near an Amish-owned bakery, a general store and other family-owned shops, locally-acclaimed Cascarelli’s of Homer known for its signature pizza, a winery and a brewery. Enjoy the inn’s landscaped decks and swimming pool as well as area golfing. birding, canoeing and kayaking.
The always-accessible guest kitchen at the Leonard at Logan House in Grand Rapids’ Heritage Hill historic district is a prime example of what puts bed and breakfast inns head and shoulders above other lodging alternatives. Like most B&Bs, this magnificently-restored 1914 mansion near downtown provides no-cost-added amenities like complimentary beverages and snacks. Here, you don’t pay extra for a bottle of water or a can of pop! Enjoy continental breakfast during the week and a full, delicious breakfast every weekend. It’s all part of the traditional B&B package. Live well!
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