Michigan Historic Accommodations Guide: Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels, Inns, Lodges & More...

Historic Webster House
Historic Webster House
(Bed & Breakfast)
Historic Webster House
900 Fifth Street
Bay City, MI 48708

Luxurious. Exquisite. Ultimate comfort. These are just a few of the words that tell the story of The Webster House – Bay City, Michigan’s pre-eminent bed and breakfast and town meeting place. Nestled in the city’s historic district just blocks from a quaint but bustling riverfront downtown, the three-story house is full of history and modern amenities that are sure to make your visit memorable. Built in 1886 for Judge Thomas E. Webster, the six bedroom, Queen Anne-style home has been fully renovated, with much of its original grandeur preserved. It is an elegant venue for your next gathering, conference, bridal shower or romantic weekend getaway. Your possibilities with us are endless. A delicious gourmet breakfast at our inn will be the perfect start to a day of antique shopping or taking in one of Bay City’s many year-round riverfront festivals, all just a short walk away.
The Grand Victorian
The Grand Victorian
(Bed & Breakfast Inn)
The Grand Victorian
402 N Bridge Street
Bellaire, MI 49615

Although you may have simply been looking for Michigan accommodations, when you stay at the Grand Victorian you get much, much more. Our historic inn exudes Victorian charm and is a bed and breakfast you won’t soon forget. In 1890, a young man by the name of Henry Richardi began construction of what is now recognized by experts as one of the most perfect examples of Queen Anne Victorian Architecture. Since popularized as a B&B, the Grand Victorian has received numerous esteemed recognitions, featured on calendars, books, magazine covers, and as a marketing icon for national advertising promotions. Visitors and guests to the Grand Victorian receive detailed tours and have opportunity to peruse the historic photo albums that highlight the rich heritage of the area and the home.
Old Mission Inn
Old Mission Inn
(Historic Inn)
Old Mission Inn
18599 Mission Road
Traverse City, MI 49686

The Old Mission Inn was built in 1869. Located on historic Old Mission Peninsula, it is northern Michigan's oldest continually operating historic hotel, whose famous guests include Babe Ruth and Joe Louis. Bruce, Angie and Tyler Jensen welcome you to enjoy the quiet surroundings or choose to play any of the many games available. Or maybe join us for a tranquil bonfire. Come explore the history of the building as well as the area. Enjoy all four seasons that northern Michigan has to offer. Walking distance to the beach with boat launch or three miles from the Lighthouse Park which features bike trails or cross country ski trails. Take in the most breathtaking views of Old Mission Peninsula with its many wineries. Reservations recommended.
Big Bay Point Lighthouse
Big Bay Point Lighthouse
(Bed & Breakfast Inn)
Big Bay Point Lighthouse
#3 Lighthouse Road
Big Bay, MI 49808

High atop a cliff jutting into the clear, deep waters of Lake Superior, the Big Bay Point Lighthouse beckons adults in search of a secluded retreat from modern life. This unique Michigan bed-and-breakfast inn is one of the few surviving resident lighthouses in the country and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For over a century, mariners have relied on Big Bay Point's light to guide them along this remote and rocky stretch of Michigan coastline. Although automated in 1941, the romance and lore of the site are undimmed. Sit before the fire in the living room, and recount the lighthouses you have seen and plan to see. Hike, bike, ski, or snowshoe along the shore, or on the many trails in the area. Experience the deep solitude and unspoiled beauty of nature at the Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast.
Wellington Inn
Antiquities' Wellington Inn
(Bed & Breakfast Inn)
Wellington Inn
230 Wellington Street
Traverse City, MI 49686

Antiquities' Wellington Inn is a 1905 neo-classical mansion located in Northern Michigan in the historic heart of Traverse City. Built by one of Traverse City's lumber barons, this spectacular mansion has been fully restored to its original grandeur, and features period antiques throughout the nine guest rooms, dining room, library and living room. Each morning guests are treated to a sumptuous full breakfast in the turn-of-the-century dining room. Refreshments and snacks are always available in the guest kitchen located off the 3rd floor ballroom. This unique downtown Traverse City neighborhood location is within a short walk to fine restaurants, shops, recreational trails and the spectacular beaches of Grand Traverse Bay. Gracious innkeepers will gladly help you with any arrangements required to ensure a memorable Northern Michigan stay.
The National House Inn
The National House Inn
(Bed & Breakfast)
The National House Inn
102 Parkview
Marshall, MI 49068

Welcome! We invite you to visit our bed and breakfast inn in beautiful Marshall, Michigan, and enjoy every aspect of our "home" with its heritage and tradition that has welcomed guests for 170 years. The National House Inn bed and breakfast on Marshall's picturesque Fountain Circle is the oldest operating hotel in the State of Michigan. It has been designated as a State Historical site and is also listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The Inn was built in 1835 by Colonel Andrew Mann who used lumber from the Ketchum sawmill and bricks that were molded and fired on the site to construct what has endured as the oldest brick building in Calhoun County. It is believed to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. Come to our Marshall, Michagan bed and breakfast and see why those who stay once return again and again. Has Launched! is a human-curated, invitation only

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Historic lodging facilities (Stays) are demonstrably

significant to world history with respect to their architecture,

engineering, archeology or culture, as well as their location,

design, materials, workmanship, feeling or association.

Historic bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges offer

travelers a truly unique and memorable lodging experience.


They provide visitors a genuine opportunity to

connect with the past, while enjoying restful lodging,

excellent cuisine, gracious hospitality and more.


Sadly, countless historically significant structures

have been (and continue to be) lost forever.


Many of those that endure, do so largely because of the

vision, passion and dedication of devoted and enterprising

proprietors, companies and others, who (usually after great effort

and expense) offer them as living, interactive lodging facilities

reflecting the rich historical fabric within which they are woven.


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