Plan Your Michigan Vacation Stay at Michigan Bed & Breakfast Inns
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- Michigan Lighthouses
- Beer and Wine Trail
- Fresh Tastes of Michigan
- Hand-Made in Michigan
- Michigan After Sunset
- Trails, Forests, Slopes
- Waters of Michigan
- 18 Holes of Michigan
Where will you explore Michigan next? Are you looking for your next Michigan adventure? Pick an activity of interest, and we can help you find a MI vacation destination and beautiful B&B lodging to go along with it. Michigan has a rich history, 3,000 miles of lakeside coast, and nearly endless year-round recreation opportunities. Click on these search options (right) to find a Michigan bed and breakfast that is aligned with your interests and where you want to travel.
Explore the beauty and history of the many Michigan lighthouses, some dating back to before the steamboat to the 1820s, others magnificent new examples of engineering built within the last decade. Michigan has more than 150 lighthouses. One is bound to be close to your desired destination. Nearby will be one of our stunning Michigan B&B members, willing to share their knowledge of the area, and more than able to coddle you with delicious food and warm hospitality.
Perhaps libations are of interest. Find a chic bed and breakfast along the Michigan wine and beer trail. There are more than 70 wineries in Michigan, cultivating over 10,000 acres of grapes. And of course beer brewing has always been a past time for us Northerners, knowing that a tasty ale or lager helps make a winter night more enjoyable. Enjoy Michigan-made wine and beer while staying in a locally owned bed and breakfast.
Along with lovely lakeshore coasts, Michigan boasts over 1,000 stunning golf courses. You are sure to find a golf course that suits you. Some say the best golfing in Michigan is found on the north end of the Lower Peninsula. For example, the Gaylord, Michigan, area is home to 21 golf courses. Wow! Find a MI bed and breakfast that will get you ready for your golf day with a hearty homemade breakfast.
We have singled out some other categories of special interest to many Michigan travelers: finding locally hand-made items at art and craft fairs or in use at our B&Bs; enjoying fresh local foods, such as Michigan maple syrup and abundant fruit; sampling the best of Michigan's night life, and getting out on the trails and slopes of Michigan's great outdoors.
Wherever your Michigan travels take you, know that warm and personable B&B innkeepers are waiting to greet you along the way.