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The Oviatt House Bed and Breakfast
244 E. Eighth St.
Traverse City, MI 49684
USA
Fax: +1--2314215225
Cellular: +1--2316756709

Franny Bluhm and family

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Photo Album

Photo Album

Oviatt House Entrance on East 8th StLiving room for guests to enjoy
Front of the house in Spring as our landscaping takes off.The Common Area in the Living room. Television and Fireplace for slow nights
The Lewis Room with 4 poster bed from 1800'sLewis Room with a little sitting area and a victorian dresser.  4 Poster Canopy bed has lots of charm.
Victorian Dresser in Lewis Room. From the original Oviatt House in Richfield, OhioWaterboy in dining room
Breakfast Table set for the morning. We have several comfortable tables to choose from
The Pierpont room has a double bed from the early 1900's made of carved oak details.A little sitting space in the Lewis Room
The Langley rooms has a king bed. It can also be made up into 2 twins. Original art work from the 1890's landscape painter Anna Parke Oviatt.
Comfortable furniture in the garden to enjoy an evening glass of wineOne of the 2 bathrooms in the upstairs hall.
  We are across the street from the Boardman River Walkway that takes you right to downtown in a 5 minute walk.The Waldo room with queen sleigh bed and Victorian dresser
Pierpont room with Cherry quilt and historic Michigan Oak headboard and Gentleman's dresserThe Langley Room with really comfortable King Bed.
Grose Room with 4 poster bed and private bath