Bed and Breakfast Michigan

They say that Virginia is for lovers, but you might want to add Michigan to that saying as Michigan bed and breakfasts adorn the state and give couples the perfect opportunity to get away from it all in quaint style. The Great Lakes State is full of scenic getaways, and its shores offer picturesque sunrises and sunsets. In the Upper Peninsula, the beauty of the Lower Peninsula continues, and beautiful forests mix with the hundreds of inland lakes all over the state to make for many a romantic setting. A bed and breakfast in Michigan is an example of the way they are supposed to be. Many a bed and breakfast Michigan offers a renovated and re-appointed old home from time gone by, and all are places where couples can relax together and enjoy peace and quiet while having access to all the attractions that Michigan cities and towns behold.

Whether you are near Detroit, or heading northwest to Traverse City, youll find a number of Michigan bed and breakfasts. If you are heading to the famed Michigan "Beachtowns" on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan, or taking up temporary residence in the central capital city of Lansing, you will find beautiful Michigan bed and breakfasts.

An fine example of what youll find at a bed and breakfast in Michigan is the Sherwood Forest in the vacation town of Saugatuck. Perhaps the first thing to consider in a bed and breakfast Michigan is its location. Saugatuck is one of the notorious Michigan "Beachtowns", and Oval Beach at Saugatuck has received praise and distinction as one of the countrys top beaches. The Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast, with its wooded setting and Victorian-style home, is complete with a wrap-around porch, combining to offer peace and relaxation in an ideal setting. Inside the Sherwood Forest B & B, youll find beautiful hardwood floors, a staircase surrounded in oak paneling, and lead-glass windows that bring you back in time and calm your inner soul. As you encounter the guest rooms, you find traditional furniture and antiques throughout, yet you feel the cool breeze of air conditioning and notice the other modern enhancements. Outside the back door, you find a patio perfect for sipping lemonade and listening to the birds in the surrounding trees. This is what a bed and breakfast in Michigan ought to be.

For an alternative to Ann Arbor hotels, youll find the Ann Arbor Bed and Breakfast is a great way to go. Reviews rave about hosts Pat and Bob and the nine uniquely furnished guest rooms set in a 1962 contemporary chalet. Inside, youll find a common area with a sunken living room and fireplace. Surrounding the common layout is an atrium dining area featuring a large deck that overlooks the central campus of the University of Michigan. There are two studios with kitchenettes and each room has a private bath, a DVD player and television, and you can connect to the high speed internet port if you need to get some work done or send emails to friends about the wonderful bed and breakfast Michigan that you found. Youll enjoy a great location here and rates include a full breakfast, covered parking and tea and coffee around the clock.

In Traverse City, treat yourself to an extravagant option in Michigan bed and breakfasts at the Chateau Chantal. This place is stunning, and is an example of the fine Michigan wineries along the western coast of Michigan. It even has its own tasting rooms. The Chateau Chantal boasts of its lodgings and its attentive proprietors, and it is close to exceptional Michigan golf and Michigan skiing. Enjoy Traverse City and the nearby Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Exceptional amenities highlight the cozy rooms or spacious suites, featuring views of the vineyards and surrounding fresh water. Enjoy a terrace or balcony, a wetbar, a whirlpool tub, high ceilings and elegant furnishings. There are fireplaces and sitting areas around the inn, and you can enjoy breakfast in the morning before you head out and about, that is if you ever want to leave.

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