Comfortable, welcoming place with amazing staff. Fresh breakfast with made to order eggs; My scramble with veg was light and perfect for a day on the go! Our room had a private patio and was clean and comfortable (Ocean View Room). Husband and I really enjoyed our quiet breakfast at the communal patio watching Ann Arbor wake up. Will stay again!
I stayed here for two nights on a recent business trip. The owner went out of her way to accommodate my schedule, providing my breakfast a half-hour before the usual breakfast hours. The room I had was small but very comfortable and unique, as per the photo. There was always quality coffee, tea, fresh fruit and munchies available at no extra cost, even some home-made confections. The hostess/owner was super-nice. The patio outside the dining area offered a nice alternative in good weather and several guests took advantage. Of course, it borders the U of Michigan campus and many good eateries are within walking distance.
Amazing B&B with great food and great rooms, all with different themes, air conditioning, and free wifi. It also has parking on the premises. I also appreciated that there was coffee, tea, cold drinks, chips, and lots of snacks that were all free It was right on campus, and had very cute decor wherever you looked. It reminded me of when I used to go to my grandma's house. The staff were very nice. I will definitely return any time I am in Ann Arbor.
Went to Ann Arbor, Michigan for a little two night getaway during the Summer Music Festival. Stayed at Ann Arbor Bed & Breakfast Inn at 921 E Huron Street. What a treat. Very ecletic. Place is filled with memorabilia and antiques including many, many antique toys. We stayed in the Jamboree suite which included a small, but full kitchenette and its own private patio with lot of flowers and greenery and chipmunks scurrying around. The second floor balcony/porch off the breakfast room was absolutely lovely, again with lots of flowers and plants plus lots of colourful wind spinners, wind socks and metal sculptures and twinkling coloured lights in the evening hours. The staff were super, and very accommodating. Breakfast was great – juice, coffee and tea, homemade goodies, cereal, several types of bread for toasting, variety of jams, fresh fruit, yogurt, nuts, etc, plus eggs and bacon if requested. Best homemade banana bread I have ever eaten. B & B location was perfect – close to the University of Michigan, the Arboretum with lots of walking trails, and the downtown area with lots of shops and restaurants. One of the outdoor music venues was just a two minute walk from the B & B front door. We walked everywhere and didn’t drive our vehicle once during our stay. All in all, a great mini-vacation.…
$200 dollars for a suite and they wouldn’t call me a cab. Am stood ourtside the property now hoping that the cab I called will turn up 😡😡 really not worth the money. Breakfast was ‘slammed down’ on my table