Autumn is the second Spring when every leaf becomes a bloom as their colors turn to radiant foliage. Fall is here with sunshiney days and cool evenings to spend at historic homes being run as a Southern Michigan Bed and Breakfast. Choose an urban or county inn with a fireplace or a Jacuzzi tub. Relaxing with your special someone is how B&B guests discover romance at Southern Michigan Inns. There are things to explore like a Statue of Liberty replica near Montgomery. There are places to discover like the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo. There are restaurants to try like Jonesville’s Foodie Selections. These hidden gems and more can be recommended by your innkeepers. Add a special breakfast each morning, and awaken to the smells of delicious foods before enjoying country tours taking in the harvest and change of seasons.
Consider an onsite massage for both of you during your visit. Then have dinner at one of several local restaurants that come highly recommended by your innkeeper. Some of these eateries are walkable, others are an easy drive, but all provide a unique local flavor to a complete culinary experience. Return home to a big whirlpool tub or fireplace in your comfortable room and relax all over again. Wake up to another wonderful breakfast and conversation to learn more from the host(ess) and other guests. The best part about Bed and Breakfast is the breakfast, and very often it has a lot to do with the company at the table.
There are a lot more wonderful places to visit in Michigan besides the Great Lakes and the Bridge. There are many undiscovered places that the masses have yet to turn into tourist traps. Innkeepers have chosen wonderful homes in remote locations that have a historic story to tell about the house, its owners, and its community. Your Fall getaway comes with a concierge at your chosen Southern Michigan Inn. They will point you in the right direction for food and fun. Dream of secret recipe French toast, baked apple pecan pancake, or bacon and eggs as you getaway to the quaint towns of Southern Michigan.