Bed and Breakfast— A few of the Best
Here are a few pictures of some of the best bed and breakfast inns:
If you would like to know more about Bed and Breakfast Inn for either staying for running one please email
Innkeepr@stuartavenueinn.com Chris or Danna
or web site:http://stuartavenueinn.com/
The Stuart Avenue Inn blends history and hospitality to provide visitors to Kalamazoo with the classic B&B experience. The Queen Ann Style structure was built in 1886 in the now Historic Stuart Area Neighborhood. Located across from Kalamazoo College, the Inn is within walking distance of downtown Kalamazoo restaurants, pubs, and night life. The Inn includes 10 guest rooms with private baths, TV and air-conditioning. Room décor ranges from traditional (and not so traditional) Victorian, to contemporary, to casual. The third floor rooms can be reserved as a suite perfect for families. Rooms in the Carriage House offer additional privacy, and the second floor Carriage House Suite is available for extended stays of a week or more. Breakfast is included with sweet and savory options served every morning. The menu varies with the seasons and vegetarian and vegan options are always available. Whether planning an intimate anniversary dinner for two, a birthday party for fifty, a wedding, or holiday celebration – consider renting the Inn. With its elegant first floor parlors and extensive gardens it can easily accommodate private events of up to 40 indoors, and 200 outdoors
Stuart Avenue Inn
229 Stuart Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
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As you walk through the door, you’ll be transported back in time to a slower, more elegant era, a time when there was beautiful woodwork throughout the house. The Mexican Tabasco mahogany woodwork dominates the living room and dining room.
In the grand hallway, the mahogany is a striking contrast with the soft white paint. The whole library as well as the first and second story floors are a beautiful quarter-sawn oak. The large ornate pier mirror at the landing of the grand staircase reflects the beautiful contrast of the majestic mahogany handrail and the white spindles. From the first floor, the mirror showcases the stained glass located in the second floor ceiling. The stained glass is brightened by the skylight in the third floor.
Have breakfast in the elegant dining room or you might enjoy having it served in the inviting, light and airy solarium, where you can also sit back and relax with a beverage or a good book.
Relax on one of the benches placed around the acre of property and listen to the soothing sounds of the 8 foot tall fountain.