Featuring the Olde Farmhouse B&B,Marshall; the Huron House B&B, Oscoda; and the Ginkgo Tree Inn B&B, Mount Pleasant.
Olde Farmhouse B&B, Marshall (Southeast Region)
If you’re a bride-to-be planning your outdoor wedding, consider Olde Farmhouse B&B, just six short minutes from Historic Downtown Marshall and ideally located at the crossroads of East/West I-94 and North/South I-69. Besides ease of access for your guests, the inn is a beautifully-restored 1910 farm home that offers city elegance in a peaceful country setting. It’s also perfect for quiet getaways, sipping hot coffee after a full, hot breakfast on the wraparound veranda and cooling off in the pool on a summer afternoon.
Huron House B&B, Oscoda (Northeast Region)
At Huron House B&B in Oscoda, enjoy breakfast on your own private deck watching the sun rise over majestic Lake Huron. When the weather isn’t so cooperative – like now, enjoy it delivered to your room in cozy comfort and style. What’s on the menu? Shown here are the B&B’s signature croissants, freshly baked, flaky and covered with house-made caramel sauce and crushed walnuts along with generous sides of bacon or sausage, coffee, juice and fresh fruit. Heaven!
Ginko Tree Inn, Mount Pleasant (Northeast Region)
This view of the rear courtyard from the Lincoln Library at Ginkgo Tree Inn in Mount Pleasant nearly obscures the Chippewa River as it twines its way through the foliage below. See the gazebo? It’s the perfect spot for a wedding, don’t you think? The greenery that frames the photo on the right is the signature, triangle-shaped leaves of the ginkgo tree, a Chinese import revered for its beauty and longevity — a living fossil unchanged for more than 200 million years. The inn is surrounded by parkland, and is an easy two-block walk to boutique shopping and fine dining downtown. What a gem!
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