Marshall, Michigan

Escape to the serenity of a simpler time when you stay near Marshall, Michigan in a historic bed and breakfast.

Marshall is located in the South Central region of the state and is close in proximity to Battle Creek and Albion. Designated as a National Historic Landmark District, Marshall includes 850 buildings showcasing beautifully preserved and restored 19th century architecture. The town was also named by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of its Dozen Distinctive Destinations. During your stay, you may take a walking tour of the historic district, browse antique shops, specialty stores, and galleries featuring the work of local artists, take in a performance at the Franke Center for the Arts and stroll along the scenic Riverwalk. Other must-see attractions in Marshall include the Honolulu House Museum, which is a Victorian-era home with unique Polynesian influences, and the intriguing American Museum of Magic, which houses an amazing collection of memorabilia and artifacts detailing America’s history of magic.

While visiting the Marshall, MI area, be sure to choose accommodations at a Southern Michigan Bed and Breakfast Association inn. Our innkeepers provide comfortable surroundings, friendly hospitality and personalized service, making our B&Bs an inviting alternative to typical hotel lodging.

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Large two story classical white house with green front door; amidst attractive green landscaping and blue sky

Munro House Bed & Breakfast and Spa

202 Maumee St, Jonesville, MI 49250

(517) 849-9292

Distance to : 25.31 mi

This popular Southern Michigan Bed and Breakfast is known for its packages, hospitality, and history. It is located one black off of highways 12 and 99 in downtown Jonesville. The inn is open 365 days a year and is within … Continue reading