“At Wickwood life revolves around food and wine. It’s the best place to stay in Saugatuck.” – The New York Times Come experience the difference of life at Wickwood! Every day guests enjoy owner and bestselling cookbook author, Julee Rosso's, gourmet champagne brunch and candlelit wine & hors d' oeuvres. All this is complimentary with your stay because Julee loves the cheer that comes from sharing the freshest flavors each season has to offer. Your rate also includes free private parking and high speed internet throughout the Inn. Located in the heart of historic downtown Saugatuck, Wickwood Inn Boutique Hotel is the perfect place to relax and re-connect. Choose from 11 uniquely decorated rooms, each with private bath, fine art, luxurious linens, towels, robes and Spa quality products. Enjoy the variety of spaces throughout the Inn that provide you opportunity to gather or to getaway. While at Wickwood, you are just steps away from unique galleries, boutiques, restaurants, bakeries and more. Award winning Oval Beach and the breathtaking coast of Lake Michigan are just blocks away. “At Wickwood the décor is breathtaking and the food perfection.” – Zagat Top Us Hotels, Resorts and Spas
5 on November 08, 2012
We recently stayed at the Wickwood Inn and could not have been more pleased. We have also stayed at other Bed & Breakfasts in Saugatuck, and while nice, nothing can compare to the Wickwood. The beautiful decor of the historic Inn charms you the moment you walk in. The Innkeepers are very friendly and helpful and tempted us with homemade goodies afternoon and evening and brought early morning coffee right outside our door! Our room was beautifully appointed, super clean and cozy. The food is the best thing though. We were amazed at the quantity and creativity of evening appetizers and the morning brunch. Everything was so delicious, and we were served something different each evening and morning. Cookbook author Julee Rosso's recipes really shine in her Inn. You just can't beat this beautiful Inn for your stay. It is also very conveniently located to everything in town - great walks every day.
5 on November 05, 2011
We stay here a couple times a year for a quick get-away, usually 3-4 days. I almost look forward to bad weather so that I can sit by the fireplace or on the porch to read, enjoy the snacks, and sip coffee or tea. Shopping, restaurants, and the marina are only a block or two away. Buffet breakfast is gourmet. Staff anticipates needs and unobtrusively meets them. One of us is disabled, and they quickly figured out what they need to do to comfortably accommodate us. We look forward to our next visit.
5 on October 02, 2011
I can't say enough good things about our anniversary weekend stay. WOW was the first thing we said when we walked up to the entranceway. It was simply gorgeous. From the moment we checked in and saw our room we knew we made the right choice. We stayed in the lodge room and i highly recommend it!!! It beautiful fireplace and queen bed with the most comfortable bedding and our bathroom made it home away from home. Gretchen was the endkeeper while we were there and she was great. Breakfast each morning was wonderful and sooooo fresh!!!! The wine and appetizer hour was fun and we got to meet a great group of people from all over.The food was amazingly plentiful and exceptional.You are truely treated very special. We will definitely return to Wickwood and have been raving about it to all our freinds since we returned. Thank you for a weekend to remember!!!!! Michael and Jamie
3.0 on May 13, 2011
Great food as one would expect from a Inn owned by a cookbook author.Very accommadating staff and location is very convenient to shops,galleries,the river. That said the room was quite small with only one chair-may vary with which room you are in.
Step into luxury and tranquility when you enter The Lodge. Entirely new decor in 2013 makes this Suite a perfect place to experience all the pampering and privacy provided at Wickwood. With a roaring fireplace, Wingback chairs, Queen four poster cannonball bed, fine art, luxurious linens and towels, private bath, Spa quality products, robes, and complimentary high speed internet ... you may never want to leave!
Nightly Rate: $259 - $429
When you first walk into The Christy, you may notice that everything in life feels just a little bit easier. The sumptuous cream silk and celadon taffeta set the tone, and the fireplace, fine art, and sculpture, further the mood. Here, there's time to nestle into a Wingback chair and a good book, or perhaps it's time to enjoy a glass of wine and bite to eat. Regardless, your stay in the Christy, with its private bath, luxurious linens, towels, and robes, is sure to make you want to stay at least one more night.
Nightly Rate: $419 - $249
Luxurious Florentine velvets and chenille begin to draw you in to The Villa: A room full of original art and sculpture sure to inspire the Renaissance Artisan in all of us. Enjoy the complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres in the dining room of the Inn, or sip a glass of wine by the fireplace in your room. Luxurious towels and spa quality products adorn your Private Bath. Enjoy the experience at the Wickwood Boutique Hotel.
Nightly Rate: $239 - $399
Step into the ancient and electrifying city of Japan when you enter the Kyoto Junior Suite. Its King Featherbed and oversized Malabar rattan armchairs, nestled by the cast iron stove, invite you to simplify and relax. Your private bath, stocked with luscious towels, robes, and spa products, keep you more than comfortable. Learn why life IS different at Wickwood.
Nightly Rate: $239 - $399
Glimpses of the genius in sketches from Spain, posters of exhibits from Vallarius, an artist's Atelier, a handmade pottery horse, the bold brush strokes of Fritz Jacobs, a handcrafted sculpture of wood by Ed Patek ... all calmly nestled around a camel King featherbed. Fine linens and towels, spa quality products and robes in your private bath round out the entirety of experience.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $369
Vintage French drawings of grapes, like the ones you glimpsed tearing down a back road in Burgundy, or perhaps Bordeaux ... superlative Doctore LeVin watercolors, a grape picker's basket, antique red and white French country toile quilts and lace linens top a King featherbed. Your private bath is stocked with luscious towels, robes and spa products. You may find it difficult to leave your room, but the complimentary wine and appetizers in the Dining Room may tempt you out to taste.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $369
It started as a simple discussion over one piece of art; it turned into an entire overhaul of this room's decor in the Spring of 2013. We can't wait to see how our photographers capture the new look, and we think you'll enjoy the results! Don't worry, the Private Bath is still stocked with all the Spa Products and the Robes you have always loved.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $369
Miraculous Aegean blues against sun-drenched whitewash recall these magical Greek islands ... the Sea, sky, pottery and handcrafted batiks. Local Santorinian artists' landscapes alongside of the ancient's Cycladic sculptures and straw hats to shadow the sun ... all to dream of in a King featherbed. Your Private Bath is filled with luscious towels, spa products and robes.
Nightly Rate: $209 - $349
A window in the south of France framed Henri-Matisse's Cinquante Dessins sketches, a Donna Leonard faux of the Master's goldfish bowl ... classic blue and white Provencal checks atop a Queen featherbed. Warning, this room provides instant relaxation! Of course, the luscious towels, spa products and robes in your Private Bathroom only increase your comfort.
Nightly Rate: $189 - $339
It's true. You may feel just a bit more sophisticated upon entering this room. Guests are never sure if it's the rich chocolate brown and camel colored decor, the accent of Cheetah, or the strength of the strutting chrome horse that makes them feel this way. No matter. Your Private Bath is stocked with amenities, and Wine and Hors d' oeuvres await you in the Dining Room.
Nightly Rate: $209 - $349
Typical Scandinavian clapboards on a Richard Denton original oil ... Gustavian ladderbacks, scattered ferns from the countryside, crisp organdy, handmade appliqué quilts atop a King featherbed. All this invites you to relax and stay a while. Your private bath is stocked with luscious towels, spa products and robes. You can't wait to enjoy the complimentary wine and appetizers this evening, but you know you must save room for gourmet brunch and champagne tomorrow. Life needs a little more of the wonder of Wickwood.
Nightly Rate: $189 - $319
The Saugatuck Dunes State Park, Waterfront Film Festival, Art Galleries, Saugatuck Center for the Arts, Mason Street Wharehouse, 3 Championship Golf Courses, Downtown, Lakefront, Oceanfront, Small town, Village, Wine country
Grand Rapids, MI (GRR-Kent County Intl.) 45 miles
Wickwood Inn is located 3 hours from Chicago and Detroit and Saugatuck is just off Interstate 196. Take Exit 41 from the North or Exit 36 from the South. Follow the signs to downtown Saugatuck and to Butler Street. We are on the corner of Butler and Mary Street, with our own parking lot in the rear.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Chamber Music, Orchards, Jazz Festival, Farmers Market, Craft Shows, Sand Dune Rides, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wet bar , Feather Beds, Afternoon Tea and Evening Sweets, Candlelit Hors d'oeuvres at 6:00 p.m., Private Baths, Fresh Flowers, Gourmet Champagne Brunch
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Charter Fishing, Cross Country Skiing, Winery Tours, Kayak Rental, Waterfront Film Festival, Antique Shops, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports
Bill and Julee Rosso Miller
Julee is teaching cooking classes at the Inn and around the country while continuing to write cookbooks. Bill does the building and gardening at the Inn, and in his spare time, loves to play golf and collect antique cars.
Complimentary Champagne Brunch
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Hors d'oeuvres, Tea & Sweets
Truffled Eggs with Asparagus and Brioche