Notre maison a été construite par Antoine Cartier, un baron de bois d'oeuvre. Il était venu à la zone de Ludington du Québec en 1852 à chercher sa fortune et en 1878 construit cette magnifique maison pour son épouse, Eliza et leurs neuf enfants. La maison est une histoire de trois victorien défini sur un lot de beau coin aménagés avec un grand parking dans la rue. Nous sommes situés une courte distance à pied du lac Michigan, boutiques pittoresques, nombreux beaux restaurants et le port de père Marquette. Notre emplacement est idéal pour les nombreuses activités disponibles sur la magnifique côte ouest du Michigan. Nous vous invitons à rester à la maison Ludington et profitez de nos planchers de bois feuillus herringbone répétée, magnifique sculptées cerisier et golden oak boiseries, plafonds de 12 pieds, fascinante laiton luminaires qui ont une fois de gaz, notre escalier noyer au troisième étage, cheminée en marbre italienne et beaux vitraux. Le charme de l'époque révolue de Ludington vous attend. Chacune de nos chambres confortables comprend une salle de bains privée, douche ou baignoire, TV par câble et de l'accès internet sans fil. En tant que visiteur de notre page d'accueil, vous apprécierez également nos peignoirs moelleux et serviettes, ainsi qu'ammenities par Crabtree & Evelyn.
5 sur avril 21, 2015
Our room was beautiful and the hot tub was awesome. (we stayed in the Nautical Suite) Breakfast was fantastic. Bob and Ellen are wonderful hosts. We will visit again I'm sure.
3,4 sur mai 27, 2013
We were somewhat disappointed by our room.... There was no window... Only a skylight and no wi-fi. The room, however, was clean and well decorated. The breakfasts were very good and the overall atmosphere was welcoming!
4,0 sur octobre 02, 2011
I found Ludington House on this website. I made reservations for just one night, I was able to get away one day earlier and showed up in Ludington not knowing if a room was available. Kris welcomed me and was able to put me in a room. I was very pleased with the room and the service. I have to say that I felt very comfortable. The house is very well kept and breakfast was very good. I don't think any one would be unhappy with a stay at Ludington House.
5 sur mars 23, 2011
We stayed at the Ludington House for one night in March 2011 and the bed and breakfast far exceeded our expectations. The rooms were set up with beautiful pieces of the time and had the modern conviences of today like wi fi and cable tv. The hosts, Kris and Bill were great, they gave a tour of their home and made us feel welcome. The full breakfast the next morning was a real treat, it started with baked grapefruit, followed by the main course of stuffed peach french toast, bacon and several fruits. I would highly recommend this B&B to anyone and will definetly return.
4,0 sur octobre 28, 2009
We have been "B&B" it since 1989. We've stayed at some wonderful homes and inns and Room #4 is right up there with the best. Ludington house is a lovely victorian furnished with some antiques. Our room was clean with a comfortable bed. The original bathroom tub was wonderful to soak in (very fluffy towels). Our host Bill and hostess Kris were very warm and friendly. Bill makes a delicious breakfast. Chris & Gary Wilmot WI.
4,0 sur septembre 08, 2008
My husband and I spent our honeymoon here, and by far it was a memoriable memory we have of a tax life together. We are going to make it a mission to stay here every year for our anniversary. Pleasant location, and above average hospitality. Would recommend this location to anyone. Enjoy!!!!
5 sur juin 06, 2008
Kris and Bill were wonderful hosts. The breakfasts we had both days were delicious. The home is Victorian and decorated beautifully.
4,0 sur juin 02, 2008
Kris and Bill did a great job to make us feel comfortable and wanting to come back and stay with them again.
4,0 sur juin 02, 2008
My sister and I took our mother to Ludington to visit her home when she was young. We stayed at the B&B and enjoyed a good night's sleep and a wonderful breakfast. The Innkeeper was friendly and very helpful. We had a wonderful time.
Au bord du lac
Traverse City, MI (TVC-Traverse City)
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Lakeside liens, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux
Jeux de société, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Copieur, Bureau, Cheminée, Téléphone
Climatisation, Réveil, Peignoirs, Jacuzzi, Planche à repasser, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi
Base nautique, Golf, Voile, Excursion, Sports d'eau
Robert and Ellen Alderink