Charming, well appointed, romantic, relaxing, our historic home and comforts await you. Built in 1871, our Newport style home is nestled in the downtown Newaygo shopping district near antique and other curio shops. After a restful nights sleep and a delicious complimentary breakfast, you'll be ready to explore the blessings of this four season river valley. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking, golfing, tubing, canoeing & kayaking, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, and skiing. For a relaxing vacation enjoy the lost art of conversation with new found friends or family members. Read a good book from our library or take a leisurely stroll along the beautiful Muskegon River Walk. An ideal setting for a simple getaway from the worries of everyday life or outdoor adventure on the river. Come join us to make memories that will last a lifetime.
3.4 on October 18, 2014
Nice property, friendly hosts.
4.0 on May 30, 2014
You pull up to the house on the street, its a cute little spot. You walk and in the interior is very well kept. The main floor rooms are all pretty small, but they do the job. The beds are twin size, I haven't slept on a twin in 20 years lol... The food is pretty much average. Eggs (very plain and scrambled) with some hash browns, they had cereal, yogurt, etc., but nothing I'd really be excited to eat again. The value is pretty good, they DO treat you like family. The fridge is yours to share with them (but put your stuff in bags or others might think your stuff is the B&B's and take it lol). You can use their grill, firepit, pavilion. Very nice people though. They are also new at this, so with time I think they'll make even better Innkeepers and the place will be even better. It is located right off the main road, which is good and bad, it was literally a block away from the little arts & crafts festival which was nice to walk to.
5 on March 28, 2014
Had a wonderful time. The stay was more than I expected since I have never stayed at a B & B I was quite surprised by how comfortable and charming it was. I can't wait to come back again.
5 on July 29, 2013
Arrived and was treated like Family from the minute we stepped in the door. Everything is done to make you feel not like a guest, but like a Friend/Family. They even went out of their way to ensure no matter what our schedule was we were treated to the same breakfast as the normally scheduled breakfast time. And the FOOD..WOW.
5 on July 24, 2013
What a nice break from the usual hotel environment. Definitely will return to visit again. Almost hate to share the info cause it means competition for a wonderful stay at a place where the innkeepers are courteous entertaining and accommodating. The breakfast was a nice treat in the morning what a great value that left us feeling like we got a great deal! Next time we will stay longer! Ed n Deb Novi, mi
3.6 on July 12, 2013
Very friendly and attentive. Relaxing and enjoyable.
5 on November 24, 2012
Doug & Robin made my stay a "Home Away From Home"! I spent two nights with these nice people and they went out of their way to care for me. I was in town to do some guided fishing on the Muskegon River and was told by my outfitter that he would pick me up at 7:00 AM each morning. Most places I know, wouldn't have a breakfast available until 7:00 or 8:00 AM. I was up at 5:30 and the coffee was ready as soon as I was dressed and a great breakfast ready by 6:00 AM ......... Unbelievable!
4.8 on November 12, 2012
Enjoyed our stay and will return. Also will recommend to others.We stayed in the Garnet room perfect fit for us. Thank you Robin and Doug.for making this weekend pleasant.
4.6 on August 01, 2012
We have a very pleasant stay at this B&B. The Innkeepers are very nice and accommodating, they made us feel like we are at home and never treated us just like guests. I can say that the kind of service we received from them is very personalize as they really attended to all of our needs. They gave us a tour of the house, gave us all the informations that we needed (wi-fi, restaurants referral, etc). We never had the chance to visit the museum in Newaygo or explore the town but we definitely have a good stay. Mostly, we enjoyed the company of the Innkeepers.
4.8 on July 27, 2012
We came to Newaygo to hear some of our daughters friends play in a blue grass concert at a summer camp. We had never heard of Newago, and were leery of staying in the only B & B in town. Much to our delight, however, we found a lovely retreat in this beautiful bed & breakfast. The rooms were tastefully appointed and very comfortable. Since this wasn't a "romantic getaway" as our usual stay at a bed & breakfast is we were pleasantly surprised to find a room with a pull out couch where my mother could sleep...and it was comfortable, too. Bedding was plentiful & the temperature could be set for any comfort level. The service was great. The only drawback was we wanted to rent a movie & there was no hook up to connect the DVD to the television. Our host, Doug was duly embarrassed by the oversight and I'm sure he will have it fixed for the next guests. He was so pleasantly responsive to any of our requests. The value was great for a B&B of this caliber. Cleanliness was superb. The dining was just what you live for at a B & B. While so many are going the way of "continental", Robin holds up the tradition of good, home-cooked breakfast, plentiful enough to stuff ourselves.....and the treats she leaves out in the afternoon for guests to indulge in.....well... let me just say we overindulged! Best of all, Robin & Doug are some of the most friendly people you'd want to meet and easy to talk to. Their narration of the history of the town was a delight for my history buff husband....oh and lest I forget...an added bonus is they feature an artist of the month and their work.....I saw some beautiful gourd art that added to the fun.
The Queen's Suite is an upper room, with the view of downtown Newaygo overlooking the beauty of the river valley. When you enter the Queen's Suite you will be welcomed by beautiful, natural light that showers the sitting and sleeping areas. The room has it's own private bath with comfy guest robes. For your enjoyment, there is a flat screen TV and a corner fire place. The Queen's bed is drapped in beautiful, high quality linens in a romantic tranquil style. Enjoy the comfort and beauty the Queen's Suite has to offer.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $145
The Lumberman's Suite features a bed fit for a king draped in the finest quality linens. His and her bath robes are provided for use in the beautiful private bathroom. Rich wood tones throughout the room are an acknowledgment of this lovely home's 19th century heritage. A beautiful fireplace enhances the experience. Wireless internet and flat screen TV are included for our 21st century guests.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $145
At the top of the stairs you'll find a beautiful room, decorated with the adventurer in mind. The Ambassador's Suite glows with warmth and provides comfort for the weary traveler. The room has an unattached private bathroom supplied with a bubble jet tub/shower combo. It's the perfect way to cool down after a day in the summer sun, or to warm up after a chilly day of water sports on the river. Make the Ambassador's Suite your private sanctuary.
Nightly Rate: $105 - $120
The soothing colors of green and black give this room a wonderful romantic feeling. The full sized bed is dressed in the finest quality linens. This room is located on the first floor, across from the bathroom and is wheel chair accessible. Wireless internet is provided for all of our guests.
Nightly Rate: $70 - $80
Soothing blue and white tones give this room an elegant touch. The room is decorated in the French Provincial style. The Beautiful wrought iron beds adds to the style of the room. Bath robes are provided for our guests use. Lovely figurines adorn the bed tables. This room is located on the first floor, where rooms are handicap accessible. Wireless internet is supplied for all of our guests.
Nightly Rate: $70 - $80
Settled colors of blue and brown give this room a warm and inviting feeling. A standard mattress is dressed with the finest of linens, so comfortable the only thing that will get you out is the smell of the freshly prepared breakfast coming from the kitchen. This room is located on the first floor and has wheel chair accessibility. It has wireless internet access.
Nightly Rate: $70 - $80
Brilliant colors of deep burgundy and yellow give this room a warm and inviting feeling. A double bed is dressed with the finest quality linens and is adorned with a quilted spread and pillow covers. The Garnet Room is located on the first floor and is handicap accessible. Wireless internet is supplied for all guests.
Nightly Rate: $70 - $80
Downtown, Small town
Grand Rapids, MI (GRR-Kent County Intl.) 45 miles
Downtown Newaygo, on the juction of M-37 & M-82. Parking at rear of building off city parking lot. 38 miles North of Grand Rapids, 210 miles NE of Chicago, 25 miles East of Muskegon. Midway between Chicago and Traverse City
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Fredrick Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Michigan Adventure Amusement Park, Pier Marquette Public Park & Beach, Rosies Diner in Rockford, John Ball Park Zoo, Gerald Ford Museum, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Movie library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Pavilon with Outdoor Grill & Tables, Complimentary Breakfast, Onsite Coffee/Tea Facilities, Remote Work Center in walking distance, Netflix free on all TVs
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Theatrical Performances, Comedy Shows, Motocross,Sky Diving,Adventure Sports,Charter Fish, Festivals and Farm Markets, Clay Art Studio, Yarn & Quilting Shop, Antiqueing & Thrift Store Shopping, Remote Business Center Meeting Space, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian