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Antiquities' Wellington Inn
230 Wellington Street
Traverse City, MI 49686
USA
Phone: +1--2319229900
Fax: +1--2319224965
Toll-free: +1--8779689900

Barbara Rishel

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The lovely and romantic Woolsey Suite is especially popular with our bridal and anniversary guests. Whether it’s relaxing in the private sitting room before the  fireplace, or enjoying an evening of stargazing from the private balcony, our guests are promised a memorable stay!The first floor Corbett Suite offers guests the luxury of a private sitting room that was originally enjoyed by the family for informal gathering with close friends. 

The adjoining bed chamber, formerly the owners’ daughters’ playroom, includes the original built-in cupboards and a beautifully restored mural that was a delightful discovery during the recent restoration.
The beautiful Ferris bed chamber provides guests with a quiet retreat from their busy day. The private bath, originally the servants’ sewing room, includes a 2-person air-jetted whirlpool that guarantees a relaxing end to the day.The Munson bed chamber includes a private balcony overlooking the historic neighborhood and, in particular, the mansion built by the original owners’ father, Henry Hull.
This stunning bed chamber, the Milliken, is one of the original guest rooms, features vintage fabrics and antique draperies adorning the large, 3rd floor windows. The adjoining private bath is truly a jewel, with hand painted roses adorning the vanity and marble tile.One can almost hear the sound of fine crystal and great conversation that must have taken place around the massive table that once occupied this turn-of-the-century dining room. 

Today this beautiful room, with it original stained glass ceiling and wall fixtures, is our guest dining room where we continue using fine china and silver to serve gourmet breakfasts and private afternoon teas.
The elegance of this room reflects the Hulls’ penchant for grand entertainment. Magnificent leaded glass windows embellish the conservatory space above the cushioned seating area where guests could relax, converse and enjoy the merriment. Today, this is a beautiful setting for intimate weddings.As you enter the Carriage House Deco apartment you will drive back in time to the 1930’s. Art Deco furnishings, authentic fixtures and vintage appliances evoke the spirit of more innocent era. Today, with two bedrooms and baths, living room and balcony, it’s an ideal spot for an extended stay.
The library’s original built-in bookcases provide guests with a great variety of reading materials that can be enjoyed before a blazing fire.