Traveling? Here Are 10 Bed and Breakfasts to Visit in Michigan

Your next home-away-from-home is just a short road trip away


Huron House Bed & Breakfast // Photograph by Christian Giannelli Photography


Whether traveling with a significant other, longtime friends, or even solo, a bed and breakfast is the perfect place to enjoy all the comforts of home without actually being in your own. From scenic resorts off Lake Huron to lively spots near downtown Kalamazoo, discover these 10 bed and breakfasts all around Michigan. 

Northern Michigan

Huron House Bed & Breakfast // Photograph by Christian Giannelli Photography

Huron House Bed & Breakfast: This 14-room luxury bed and breakfast is an award-winning destination on the shores of Lake Huron. With a king-size bed and fireplace in every room and breakfast delivered to your door, it’s an ideal environment for honeymoons, anniversaries, birthdays, and other special occasions. The establishment also offers a venue for those looking to have a beach wedding. $249+ a night. 3124 N. US-23, Oscoda; 989-739-9255;

Grey Hare Inn Vineyard Bed & Breakfast: This country vineyard estate on the Old Mission Peninsula wine trail combines the bed and breakfast experience with wine tasting and making. Guests can also take advantage of sailing packages. $165+ a night. 1994 Carroll Rd., Traverse City; 231-947-2214;

Brigadoon Bed and Breakfast of Mackinaw City: The Mackinaw City, eight-room bed and breakfast counts the historical Fort Michilimackinac, shopping, and nightly laser light shows as some of its nearby attractions. After a long day, you can enjoy the bed and breakfast’s wet bar, in-room fireplaces, and homemade cookies, which are baked daily. $95+ a night. 207 Langlade St., Mackinaw City; 231-436-8882;


Adventure Inn // Photograph by John Greilick

Adventure Inn Bed and Breakfast: Located off Lake Huron beaches, guests can enjoy waterfront views at any angle while inside this inn. Adventure Inn has two guest rooms, one with a private balcony, as well as a vacation rental that can house up to six people. $159+ a night. 3650 Shorewood Dr., Burtchville; 810-327-6513;

Western Michigan

Last Resort Inn // Photograph Courtesy of Last Resort Inn

Last Resort Inn: Located less than a block away from the beach and harbor, this establishment is South Haven’s oldest inn and very first bed and breakfast. Complete with a variety of lodging options (rooms, suites, apartments, and a cottage), it is located near a bike trail and unique shops, like The Blueberry Store, which sells gourmet Michigan blueberry products. $155+ a night. 86 N. Shore Dr., South Haven; 269-637-8943;

The Kalamazoo House Bed and Breakfast: The more than 30-year-old historic district home has been restored to provide a unique downtown Kalamazoo experience. Within walking distance from theaters, museums, and nightlight destinations, guests can choose from 10 different rooms to stay in after seeing all of what the area has to offer. $139+ a night. 447 W. South St., Kalamazoo; 269-382-0880;

Metro Detroit / Southeast Michigan

Avalyn Garden // Photograph Courtesy of Avalyn Garden Bed & Breakfast

Avalyn Garden Bed and Breakfast: Built in 1920, this destination pays homage to different architectural styles: an environment reflecting the Arts and Crafts movement, and rooms inspired by French Impressionism and Santiago de Compostela, Spain. One would never know the bed and breakfast is less than 2 miles from downtown Ann Arbor as they’re relaxing in Avalyn Garden’s cozy library. $144+ a night. 1930 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor; 734-929-5986;

Knob Hill Bed and Breakfast: This Flint bed and breakfast caters to a variety of travelers; the Arabian Knights one-bedroom suite is ideal for those looking for a solo getaway, while the literary-themed East Wing can room up to three. Knob Hill also provides packages for those looking to practice self-care or have an intimate evening with a significant other. $115+ a night. 1105 South Dr., Flint; 810-424-3888;

The Heather House: Take in the view of the St. Clair River while you’re relaxing in the front parlor of this Queen Anne Victorian-style home. The bed and breakfast is also only a ferry ride away from Sombra, Ontario, Canada. Each bedroom includes a queen-sized bed and private balcony. $135+ a night. 409 N. Main St., Marine City; 810-765-3175;

Sunset Cove Bed and Breakfast: Not far from Ann Arbor, this bed and breakfast is surrounded by two lakes and features rooms with private bathrooms and woodsy charm. Sunset Cove also serves as a wedding venue. $200+ a night. 10201 Kress Rd., Pinckney; 810-355-1025;


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