Sarah, the proprietor, is wonderful! She is extremely kind, caring and makes wonderful breakfasts! She goes above and beyond to make sure her guests are happy with their stay. The Inn is very clean. Wi-Fi works great! Location is great—just east of the main shopping District. About a mile from University of Michigan campus. Very walkable to Ann Arbor’s vibrant restaurant and bar scene.
Very comfortable place to stay perfectly located just far enough from center to be quiet, close to everything. Lot's of thoughtful touches to keep you hydrated, fed and comfortable for your stay. Plus a lovely host
Sarah is a very welcoming host along with Gus, the black lab. Breakfast on the patio was enjoyable being surrounded by the lovely flower, plants and creatures. My 3 night stay was in the Master room which was very comfortable. The double shower heads were unexpected! The home has comfortable furnishings and much reading material. Street or driveway parking was adequate. Location is a few blocks from U of M campus, and downtown restaurants and shops.
To me, Sarah's place complements Ann Arbor perfectly. If you're going to visit a charming, progressive college town, the best way to experience it is to stay in a charming, relaxed place close to the action and be completely immersed in the culture and vibe. This is that place. Sarah is a great and personable host. Besides her wonderful house, rooms, bathrooms, breakfasts and local knowledge, I also greatly appreciated Sarah's fastidiousness about protecting her guests during Covid. Thank you for that!
We rented the entire Inn for a family event in early September. Sarah made sure that there was NOTHING that we needed (much planning as we had hosted a reception at the Inn for 30+people]. From a wonderful selection of breakfasts and snacks for kids and adults, to incredibly comfortable rooms, walking distance to AA and total charm throughout, it felt like we were at our own home for the 4 days we were there. A memorable experience for all of us.
The Inn is a lovely place. Everything you read about it is true. We enjoyed everything about it (location, lovely decor, comfortable, delicious breakfast, GUS!)... that is, until the end. Unfortunately, Sarah saw fit as we were leaving to lecture us harshly about how evil it is that we haven't yet gotten vaccinated for Covid (we are both recovered). She literally told us that Jesus would damn us to Hell for not being vaccinated if we contaminate other people. To have to leave on that unpleasant note diminished the experience for us. It was unprofessional. We were planning to return next year, and to recommend the Inn to others, but that won't be happening now.
Just wow. Eclectic. Peaceful vibe. Comfortable bed. Amazing food. Sarah was wonderful! The house is circa 1905… creaky floors and all. We were in the Master suite. The soaking tub and dual head shower in that en-suite bath were the perfect vacation indulgence. The room stayed cool and we didn’t turn on the AC. Parking was confusing as the street had spaces marked but a no parking towing sign and the side streets had resident permit parking only - so we managed to stuff our rental car into the driveway.
The host, Sarah, is the most welcoming, open, relaxed person you can imagine. She makes all of her guests feel at ease. Our room and ensuite bath was both luxurious and comfortable. Sarah's breakfasts are sumptuous! We have stayed with Sarah at least four times and everytime it is like "coming home". The location is perfect for walking to all of the restaurants, shops and the downtown UM campus.
We were welcomed with open arms and left feeling like family. The location is a couple blocks from vibrant downtown and just a few more to U of M campus. We will definitely book a room, would love to book the full house, in the future!
My wife and I enjoyed our stay at the Burnt Toast Inn very much. Sarah was a fine hostess. Our room was comfortable, the breakfasts were abundant, the house was filled with interesting art works. The location was within walking distance of central Ann Arbor, which made it very convenient. And of course, we appreciated Gus, Sarah's black lab. We will use Burnt Toast Inn for future stays in Ann Arbor.
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