We are in our 20's and wanted to do the B&B thing but didn't want some over the top cheesy place, we searched online and found a few options but Pigeon Creek Inn stood out. First thing we loved was the Inn was a newly constructed structure with all new modern conveniences and not a remodeled older home. Second there are only 3 rooms, so we could relax and not have to worry about other guests or to many guests. Third between 2 towns with lots of cultural and things to do.
We read the reviews online I agree with some but not all.The stay is worth the price and a 2 night stay has a discount (you have to check we didn't find out until we inquired), the house and views are beautiful, the jacuzzi tube with the rainfall shower above and lights is awesome (The Garden Suite)
PS Jack is An AWESOME CHEF! Our Friday Morning Breakfast...I would pay just to eat breakfast when Jack cooks! He blends fruits and other ingredients fresh in the morning, he even puts on a small cooking show while cooking breakfast. Great place to Relax, Great Food, Great People make a Great Time!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pigeon Creek Inn is located just two miles from Lake Michigan, with easy access to Grand Haven, Holland, Saugatuck and Grand Rapids. Our inn is adjacent to Pine Bend/Hemlock Crossing, a 235-acre county park with 7 miles of trails along two miles of Pigeon River frontage. Several festivals and activities (including ArtPrize ) are just a short scenic drive away. ... more less