West Michigan Bed & Breakfasts

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Staying at a West Michigan Bed & Breakfast is a Vacation All in Itself

West Michigan’s bed & breakfasts are lovely turn-of-the-century homes and generally just a short walk to downtown shops, restaurants and marinas. The innkeepers of the historic bed and breakfasts give you that special attention that make you feel part of the family. Scrumptious breakfasts, Jacuzzis, and fireplaces are just some of the amenities they offer. Watch the world pass by as you sit on the porch with your favorite beverage. The bed and breakfasts of West Michigan are an elegant option for lodging.

Ludington Bed & Breakfasts

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Enjoy one-of-a-kind rooms and scrumptious breakfasts that are far from ordinary! Each lovely Inn is conveniently located near shopping, dining, and the natural beauty of Ludington. Rest easy knowing you'll experience warm hospitality, delightful charm, and unique amenities offered at Ludington B&B Association Inns.

Ludington Bed & Breakfasts

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Enjoy Ludington's only country inn. 44 immaculate, individually decorated rooms, many with balconies overlooking Lake Michigan with a view of the harbor, lighthouse and sunsets. Luxury 2-room suites and Jacuzzi rooms available with refrigerator and microwave. Outdoor pool and spa. Continental breakfast. Smoke free and pet free facility.

Warm, inviting turn-of-the-century inn beckons - seven unique rooms. Romantic Retreat Suite features Jacuzzi for two. In-room baths, A/C, premium movie channels, DVD players, movie and game collections. Enjoy inviting public rooms, decadent made-from-scratch desserts, and scrumptious breakfast when you wish! Member Michigan Lake to Lake.

Open year-round. Elegant 1890s Victorian, rated 5 stars on TripAdvisor and 3 Diamonds by AAA. Walking distance to parks, beaches, and downtown. Five rooms with private attached baths, complimentary Wi-Fi, TVs, and 2-course breakfast. Relax on the patio or gazebo or cozy up in front of the fireplaces!

After spending a day exploring Ludington, relax in the parlor or one of eight guest rooms in the home originally built by lumber baron Antoine Cartier in 1878. Awaken to french-pressed coffee and a two-course breakfast featuring dishes such as apple-pecan french toast or spinach crustless quiche. Oh so good! (800) 827-7869

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