Experience the warm hospitality of the Kalamazoo House -- the popular choice of discerning guests in downtown Kalamazoo. The magnificent Victorian has been meticulously restored and is located just steps from this vibrant SW Michigan city's finest dining, live theatre, museums, galleries and entertainment venues. Our ten guestrooms are appointed for comfort and privacy, and provide all the modern essentials like free wireless internet, flat-panel cable & DVD, and individual heat and AC controls. Of course, all rooms have private baths---and our most romantic suites even feature whirlpool tubs for two! We are known for our delicious multi-course, cooked-to-order breakfasts and our chocolate chip cookies before bed.
5 on April 26, 2014
We stayed one night at another B&B in Kalamazoo called the Castle and were extremely disappointed so we checked out and moved to The Kalamazoo House B&B. Although we forfeited our payment at the Castle and paid again at The Kalamazoo House it was worth it. The Kalamazoo House is clean, well appointed and the Innkeepers are tremendous. The linens, towels and beds are of extremely high quality and the house is in prefect shape and cleanliness. The location is ideal for all the activities available in Kalamazoo. We walked to campus and throughout the downtown area. We never even thought about needing a car and driving after being out at night. To top off a perfect nights stay was breakfast the next morning. Terry offers several tremendous breakfast option that will fit any variety of picky eater. I am talking SERIOUS chef here, The two options we had (It's a gouda morning and Cajun Corn Beef Hash) were out of this world. We are already planning our next stay for a long weekend and will not waste any time at the other place because it can't get any better than The Kalamazoo House.
4.8 on January 07, 2014
We visited the Kalamazoo House to celebrate our first anniversary. We mistimed our drive and arrived early but Terry was happy to welcome us regardless. We felt right at home from the get go. We stayed in room #5.The bed was wonderfully comfortable with nice linens. Refreshments were waiting in the room on arrival. The bathroom was good size, with quality toiletries. I took advantage of the whirlpool tub which was clean and relaxing. The robes in our rooms were clean, fluffy, and comfy. The TV was nice quality and had an HDMI hook up. The tower fan in each room is a nice touch. Breakfast is outstanding! Terry’s creations were all wonderful, including his homemade bread. The breakfast room is cozy atmosphere. The common room is the perfect place for lunch, games, or puzzles – all of which we did while watching the local NFL game on TV. I took advantage of the massage package that the inn offers and would do so again. Great value and lovely massage. Walking distance from the inn. It's clear from our stay that Laurel and Terry are born to run an inn! They'd thought of everything. Plenty of refreshments around the inn. Coffee, tea, water, soda, and milk (of all sorts) available all the time, with cookies fresh baked before bed. Both Laurel and Terry were provided great conversation and seemed to always be easy to locate, without being overbearing. We felt we had just the right amount of privacy without feeling left without an innkeeper. Terry and Laurel are very in touch with the local community and were ready with information about the happenings around Kalamazoo. Terry knows his restaurants and steered us (foodies) in the right direction. Not only would I stay here again, but my husband and I are planning on visiting again this Spring. Only this time we'll be bringing our brother and sister-in-law along. A gem like the Kalamazoo house is meant to be shared.
5 on December 30, 2013
What a wonderful place to stay. From the warm cookies before bed to the next morning's breakfast you will not find a nicer pair of inn keepers in Terry and Laurel. From the time you walk in by their friendly greeting to the time you leave, you are treated in as family. Would highly recommend this to anyone.
4.6 on October 18, 2013
I have always wondered about staying at a B&B and last year while visiting St. Augustine FL. we toured one and thought it would be nice to try one. Well, while planning a visit to Kalamazoo for a family event we searched the internet and found the Kalamazoo House. The pictures of the outside and inside were very impressive so we booked a 2 night stay and we were not disappointed.The home was walking distance to the downtown district on a quiet one way street. Upon arrival we were greeted by Terry & Laurel the owners and instantly felt welcome. They showed us around and explained the house's history. Later that evening we were treated to milk and homemade cookies and asked to write down our breakfast requests from about 5 of Terry's personnal concoctions. They all looked delicious and it was a tough decision. We were not disappointed. Our 2 choices were fantastic and we were even priveleged to get a recipe for one particular favorite. The bed linens that they use are by far the best I have ever slept on and our room was spacious and immaculate. The only downside was that the room that we chose happened to be on the third floor which meant a lot of stair climbing. I would highly recommend staying with the Parrotts at the Kalamazoo House if you are ever in the area.
4.6 on October 07, 2013
I attended a 3-day conference and chose to stay at the Kalamazoo House instead of the conference hotel. So glad I did! the room was very comfortable and the breakfasts were out of this world good.
5 on September 25, 2013
This is an impeccable Bed and Breakfast. The comfortable bed, warm shower, elegant decor, and impeccable hospitality made our 3 nights there a stay in paradise.
4.0 on September 08, 2013
Kalamazoo House is a very nice B&B in a great location in Kalamazoo. If you want to be able to walk downtown and to Kalamazoo College, you can't beat it. Terry and Laurel were very friendly. The rooms were clean and very nice, and most of them had a sitting area as well. Breakfast was good, and the cookies in the evening were a nice touch! I would definitely stay there again, and would recommend it to others.
5 on August 27, 2013
We went there for our 49th anniversary. The house was beautiful and Laurel and Terry were wonderful innkeepers. Brunch with its many choices was excellent. We highly recommend this B & B as a must stay.
4.4 on August 25, 2013
Our two night stay in Kalamazoo House was very pleasant and relaxing. The owners have attempted to restore the house to its1878 spendour and have succeeded very well. Our room was comfortable, very clean, and with all the expected amenities. Breakfast was served in a charming, sunny front parlor and the individual tables and menu choices makes this B&B a step ahead of others. Laurel, one of the owners, was quick to find a walking tour of Kalamazoo for me, when I inquired, and both she and her husband Terry were very knowledgeable about Kalamazoo. Their dining recommendation, Rustica, was spot on. The inn was very quiet; though full, we weren't aware of the other guests when in our room. All in all, and excellent stay.
5 on August 25, 2013
We used the Kalamazoo House for a guest speaker coming to WMU. The owners were so friendly and accommodating. They really made our guest feel like a prince. We will continue to house our travelers for the College of Engineering here. It's a great value and will give your guests a little something special for much cheaper than the Raddison or elsewhere. We will definitely use again.
The original master bedroom, this exquisite room offers the ultimate in romance and relaxation. The snuggly Queen bed with luxury linens has a view of the beautifully illuminated Chihuly chandelier next door at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Enjoy large windows and tall ceilings, period wallcoverings and stenciling, magnificent Victorian antiques. A a romantic electric fireplace, a huge airtub for two, separate shower. Desk and highspeed WiFi.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $199
Near Kalamazoo College (less than 1/2 mi.), Near Western Michigan University (1/2 mi.), Downtown, Small town, Wine country
Kalamazoo, MI (AZO-Kalamazoo Battle Creek Intl.) 5 miles
Traveling south on US 131, as you get near to Kalamazoo take the "Downtown Kalamazoo" Business Route 131. This becomes Westnedge Avenue, heading south. After crossing Michigan Avenue, the next light is South Street---turn left. The inn is in the middle of the block on the right between Westnedge and Park.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Civic Theatre, Kal-Haven Bicycle Trail, Kalamazoo College, Bell's Brewery, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Historic Neighborhoods, Indoor rock climbing, Wine tasting, Brew pubs, Art galleries, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Steve and Steph Gibson
When Steph isn't helping Steve at the inn, or her kids, patients (Oncology nurse), friends, or family, in her precious spare time Stephanie enjoys cooking, photography, live music, and entertaining. Steve (Stephen) is an author and avid reader of non-fiction, and enjoys philosophy, economics, beer, and innovating new ways to combine all of the above.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
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