What a great find! The house itself looks like a southern plantation home. Inside, we felt that we should be wearing our turn-of-the-century attire. Our room was beautifully decorate and spacious. The breakfast was delicious, and there are complimentary drinks and snacks in the third floor ballroom. You're walking distance to the restaurants and shops in downtown. Barb and Hank, the owners, really took care of us. They even loaned us folding chairs to use for the outdoor films at the Traverse City Film Festival. We will definitely return the next time we visit this great area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Newly-restored 1905 neoclassical mansion with nine guestrooms featuring period furnishings and private baths. Full breakfast served in turn-of-the-century dining room. Complimentary guest kitchen and wireless internet. Two vintage 2-bedroom carriage house apartments available. Walk 2 blocks to downtown beaches, restaurants, shopping and antiques. ... more less