Historical Inns, Hotels, and Restaurants

Historical inns, hotels, and restaurants that are HSM Member Businesses are listed below with direct connections to their website.

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Adrounie House Bed & Breakfast

Hastings, Michigan

Also known as The House of Two Doctors, this charming bed and breakfast is an original Sears & Robuck Catalog home. Built by Dr. George Lowry in 1894 and passed on to Dr. Haroutoune Adrounie in 1922, the Victorian-era dwelling is a unique historical destination in Hastings located across from the Historic Barry County Courthouse.

Bonnie's ParsonageBonnie’s Parsonage 1908 Bed & Breakfast

Holland, Michigan

Built in 1908 and continuing the tradition of Holland’s hospitality with its intimate accommodations, Bonnie’s Parsonage provides a historic stay for anyone visiting the tulip town. The bed and breakfast is known for its three available rooms, the antiques housed in each room, and its famous pancakes provided by Bonnie herself.

Chamberlins-Ole-Forest-InnChamberlin’s Ole Forest Inn

Curtis, Michigan

This dwelling was built circa 1890 by a railroad company to serve as a passenger hotel near the Curtis train station. Today, this lakeside country inn with its beautiful 10-foot stone fireplace, open stairway, and rich woodwork continues to embrace travelers with warmth, comfortable lodging, casual fine dining, and stunning views.

Colonial House Inn

Saint Ignace, Michigan

Colonial House Inn has seven elegantly furnished and air-conditioned bed and breakfast rooms—a perfect pick both for business and leisure travelers. Rooms on the second and third floors are accessible from our antique staircase. Our central location means you can explore or just relax on the veranda, watching the boats pass by on Lake Huron. At night, look forward to a quiet, comfortable sleep and wake refreshed and ready for a delicious full breakfast.

Ginkgo Tree Inn

Mt. Pleasant, Michigan

Dr. Sheridan E. Gardiner began to build this home in 1902, moving slowly with precise detail. He was not anxious to finish the big house until he met his bride-to-be and then, as history tells us, he quickly finished the large home so they could marry. The Ginkgo Tree Inn is a Victorian gem complete with a large front veranda, turret room, ornate woodwork, stained glass, and secret stairways.

Grand HotelGrand Hotel

Mackinac Island, Michigan

A historic landmark on Mackinac Island, the Grand Hotel opened in 1887 as a summer retreat for vacationers arriving by lake steamers. Today, the hotel features the longest front porch in the world as well as historic guest rooms and fine dining during its open season.

Haan’s 1830 Inn Bed and Breakfast

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Hosted in a restored early Greek Revival home on Mackinac Island, just a few blocks east of downtown, Haan’s 1830 Inn is the vision of the Haan family, who restored the island property and opened the bed and breakfast in 1980. Today, the inn provides scenic views, historic rooms, and a look into the island’s history.

J. Paules Fenn Inn

Fennville, Michigan

The J. Paules Fenn Inn provides a journey to the past in Southwestern Michigan. The Fenn House was built at the turn of the twentieth century and restored in the 1980s. Today, the inn provides several guest rooms with private baths, full breakfasts, and a convenient location near Saugatuck and Holland.

Kalamazoo House Bed & Breakfast

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Located in the heart of downtown Kalamazoo, the Kalamazoo House has the full list of big hotel amenities in a historic bed-and-breakfast-style setting. Built in 1878, the Victorian-era home has ten one-of-a-kind guest rooms with a piece of history attached to each one.

The Lewis House Bed & BreakfastThe Lewis House Bed & Breakfast

Whitehall, Michigan

The Lewis House is a two-story structure with Gothic and Italianate influences. The house was originally built in 1878 by John C. Lewis, a prominent lumber barren and banker in Whitehall. In 2010, the house went through a five-year renovation. Today, The Lewis House Bed & Breakfast has returned to its architectural beauty and features.

Lighthouse Motel

Ludington, Michigan

Family owned and operated, the Lighthouse Motel hosts 13 rooms with various accommodations for its guests. The amenities include different room options, a family-style room, and more. The motel is situated on Ludington Avenue near downtown and the prize-winning beaches of Lake Michigan.

Munro HouseMunro House B&B and Spa

Jonesville, Michigan

Bought by George Clinton Munro in 1834, the Munro House began as a Federal-Style-wood frame home and expanded with a Greek-Revival addition that currently serves as the bed and breakfast’s main entrance. It is the oldest house in Hillsdale County and offers seven guest rooms and a spa room.

National House Inn

Marshall, Michigan

Located in Marshall, a National Historic Landmark District that includes 850 structures, the National House Inn has served as a guesthouse for more than 170 years. Stay in one of its many historic rooms and experience the nineteenth-century architecture of both the inn and its surroundings.

Old Mission InnOld Mission Inn

Traverse City, Michigan

George and Amanda Hedden were the first to own this inn, which operated as a 31-room hotel. They opened it in 1869, and in 1902, it was purchased by Alfred and Ella Porter. Following the Porters, Norman and Doris Nevinger owned the inn for 53 years and gave it the name “Old Mission Inn.” The inn has a variety of rooms to choose from and has hosted famous guests, including Babe Ruth and Joe Louis.

Port City Victorian InnPort City Victorian Inn Bed and Breakfast

Muskegon, Michigan

Built in 1877, this attractive Queen Ann Victorian mansion is an award-winning tourist destination located a few minutes from Muskegon’s downtown business district and Lake Michigan’s beaches. It includes five bedrooms with baths as well as a charming historic setting and full breakfast.

Presque Isle Lodge

Presque Isle, Michigan

This quaint Northern Michigan way station was built in 1920 and is home to many cozy amenities and tourist interests nestled in the woods across from Grand Lake. Visitors can enjoy the many historic and natural sights between Alpena and Rogers City from May to September.

Ramada Plaza Hotel Ojibway and Freighters RestaurantRamada Plaza Hotel Ojibway and Freighters Restaurant

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

Recognized as a historical landmark in Sault Ste. Marie, the Ojibway Hotel is a beautifully appointed hotel overlooking the Soo Locks. The hotel features more than 100 guestrooms, a dining room, a barbershop, and a beauty parlor. Its Egyptian architectural design, detailed amenities, and exceptional service have gained national attention.

Stafford's Bay View InnStafford’s Bay View Inn

Petoskey, Michigan

Established in 1886, this historic destination in Northern Michigan is the oldest summer hotel north of Grand Rapids. Today, it remains as a vibrant tourist destination in Bay View, providing guests with historic rooms, scenic views, and more. The inn also offers several lodging and wedding packages.

Stafford's Perry HotelStafford’s Perry Hotel

Petoskey, Michigan

Built in 1899 by Dr. Norman J. Perry, the Perry Hotel is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Petoskey. The hotel overlooks Little Traverse Bay and is the only Michigan hotel opened before 1900 that is still in operation. Guests can experience a historic setting with fine dining in one of Michigan’s most picturesque cities.

Voyager's Inn Bed and BreakfastVoyager’s Inn Bed and Breakfast

Three Rivers, Michigan

Voyageur’s Inn displays the Victorian Era’s beauty and fine craftsmanship, including hardwood floors, elegant pocket doors, and crown moldings. Rich, dark-blue tile surrounds the fireplace in the main parlor, and a grand staircase leads to the second floor. There are three unique guest rooms, each with a private bath. The architect was D.S. Hopkins of Grand Rapids, and the home was built, circa 1898, for General F.H. Case, of the Michigan National Guard.


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