A Whitehall Michigan Bed and Breakfast
The Lewis House, built in 1878 by John C. Lewis, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It survives today as it did back then, perhaps the most stately Victorian home in Whitehall. The home is historically authentic, yet modernized. An extensive 6-year renovation provided all the comfort and amenities desired, while restoring the home to its original grandeur of the late Victorian period.
Guest rooms are graciously appointed with spacious private bathrooms, high ceilings and large original windows. The parlor, library, dining room and bistro room of The Inn are furnished with quality and comfort in mind. A magnificent breakfast is prepared for you each morning. Enjoy breakfast in the formal dining room or outside on the patio. In addition, our 2 guest houses are perfect for those seeking a private vacation cottage or larger home for groups traveling together. Come discover all we have to offer at our Whitehall Michigan Bed and Breakfast.