Built in 1840 and recently renovated with all the modern amenities required by professional and leisure travelers, Cobblestone Manor offers nine guest rooms with: Private baths with whirlpool tubs Fireplaces in most rooms Central air Cable TV/VCR/DVD Private phones with voice mail Soft drinks, snacks and fresh homemade cookies available. Guests repeatedly comment on the "attention to detail." Cobblestone Manor has been featured in numerous national and regional publications.
4.4 on July 14, 2014
We just stayed this past weekend for the second time. We stayed in the Goldfinch room which was wonderful (watch out for the carved bedposts!) and I am on a mission to find the pillows we slept on! Breakfast was phenomenal the first time we stayed we had croissant french toast infused with orange marmalade, which I was determined to recreate at home and this time was just as good with banana bourbon french toast. Next time we will stay for more than one night! Thank you!
5 on August 05, 2013
My husband and I had the pleasure and good fortune of being guests at the Cobblestone Manor this summer. Ours was an unusual situation. We had just relocated to Michigan from California and my new company put us up here for 30 days while we found a home of our own. When we were originally told we would be living in a B&B for a month, we had some reservations, but were delighted as soon as we arrived. Cobblestone Manor is beautiful. Paul and Heather are the most generous and accommodating hosts we could have imagined. The room was luxurious and we felt right at home. We took walks in the garden, drank wine in the gazebo, watched movies, and got to enjoy the nearby restaurants. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the incredible breakfasts which included stuffed French toast with orange infused honey, sausage, chili egg puff, fruit, coffee, etc. Delicious! This place is truly a hidden gem and I would encourage folks from near and far to take in its beauty and the warmth of its gracious hosts. Thank you Paul, Heather, Lisa and of course Joe Cocker for making our transition to this great state of Michigan an unforgettable experience.
4.8 on March 01, 2012
This place is perfect for a romantic get away. The rooms are beautiful. We have visited a number of times and look forward to it every time. We feel like we are welcomed as friends now when we stay there. The owners remember us and treat us to fabulous hospitality. We love the comfort of the rooms and that they don't focus around a TV, but instead really allow you to unplug from everything. And, breakfast is always delicious. This last time we stayed, we enjoyed a generous amount of fresh cut fruit, sausage, and banana burbon pancakes. So good. My husband and I always feel refreshed when we leave and look forward to when we can go again!
3.8 on December 21, 2011
The massage was so relaxing & the breakfast was out of this world!
4.8 on December 14, 2011
Relaxing, beautifully-decorated surroundings, friendly hosts, delicious breakfast...we truly enjoyed our stay at Cobblestone Manor. We dined at breakfast with several couples who were there for their 3rd or 4th stay. We plan to return, and have already recommended this B&B to others.
5 on December 14, 2011
This will be the 3rd time my husband and I stayed w/ Heather and Paul. Their hospitality is always the best as is their breakfast. Another wonderful stay at Cobblestone! Thanks to both of them for their hard work!
5 on December 11, 2011
Great experience from the moment we walked through the door!
5 on November 30, 2011
Lovely B&B minutes from Meadowlark Hall, which was the attraction we came to see in this area. Lots of restaurants nearby as well. Only disappointment was that the recipe found on their website for "Cobblestones" was never served at breakfast (and we stayed 2 nights). My husband and I stayed in the Mourning Dove room and it was very cozy and beautifully appointed. Would definitely stay at this B&B if we're in the area again.
4.0 on November 07, 2011
Cleanest rooms i've ever seen - quiet very romantic atmosphere! The breakfast is UNBELIEVABLE! Kind and very polite Innkeeprs. Strongly recommended! Thank you again. Jim & Diana Piotrowski Sterling Heights , Michigan
4.2 on November 02, 2011
Excelent dining in Rochester Hills, very relaxing evening in front of a fire, best breakfast, as always, of any bed and breakfast.
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Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wired internet