Overlooking the University of Michigan Central Campus, our downtown inn is a mid-century modern chalet with seven spacious guest rooms and an atrium dining area opening to a large deck facing a campus park. Two blocks from the Medical Center, Life Sciences, Natural History Museum, Dentistry, Natural Resources, Nursing, and School of Information. 1/2 mile to Farmers Market, Main Street's 47 dinner restaurants, and Zingerman's Deli. There are also 120 other eateries within an easy walk. A full breakfast with fresh chopped fruit, select local breads, tasty granola, plain and fruit yogurt, and a hot entrée is served each morning. Each guest room is uniquely furnished, has a private en suite bathroom, DVD/TV, Wi-Fi and cabled internet, a pillow-top king or queen bed, and a covered, on-site parking place. Some rooms have a hot tub, kitchenette, whirlpool, refrigerator, microwave, and/or DVR. We are within two blocks of Hill auditorium, the League, Palmer Commons, and the Rackham building.
4.8 on August 16, 2016
We've been to 6 or 7 B&B's around the States. My wife had a great anniversary weekend. The owners and other guests were very friendly. The food, dining area and living room was outstanding. Decor was really neat. The location in AA is excellent. Everything we wanted to do was within a mile. We walked 8 miles on Sunday so bring your walking shoes. If you want to venture farther out you can rent bikes (beachcomber style), take a bus or rent a Zip car. AA also is Uber and Lyft friendly if you don't want to drive. My only issue with our experience was parking was a bit of a tight fit. Better to bring a Celica if you own one instead of an F-150.
4.2 on July 04, 2016
The Inn keepers were welcoming,, the location was great, the breakfast was lovely, sitting out under the umbrellas on a sunny morning was delightful.
5 on October 20, 2015
I've been staying here at least once a year since 2009. I have stayed in almost all of their rooms. For me no other place compares. The location is unbeatable, The parking is free, the price is a bargain and the breakfasts are delicious. Still none of that compares to the generosity of the innkeepers, Pat and Bob. I've stayed in many B and Bs, but never have I had hosts so welcoming, interesting and generous. No wonder guests come back year after year. No wonder their employees have been with them forever. Staying with Pat and Bob is one of the main reasons I love to come to Ann Arbor. I can't imagine staying anywhere else.
5 on September 29, 2014
Comfortable and secluded stay, near downtown. Nice large deck for gathering.
4.8 on September 26, 2014
I enjoyed a wonderful stay . It was art fair week and very busy. But all my needs were met . The inn keepers were very helpful and gracious and made me feel as though I was staying with family
3.6 on July 14, 2014
We stayed overnight to celebrate my husbands birthday. Everything was wonderful from the spacious room to the wide array of free snacks and drinks! Pat was wonderful and even made us individual omelets when the quiche wasn't ready when we came to breakfast. Would definitely stay again! Thanks!
5 on July 14, 2014
A little kitschy but very sweet, very accommodating, and very nice rooms. Great night's sleep, and a great location!
5 on July 11, 2014
Went to Ann Arbor for our 30 year reunion, found this B&B and we're glad we did. Wonderful location, wonderful people, outstanding stay overall. We were in the Ocean View suite, enjoyed the hot tub, room was great. Definitely recommend this Inn, will stay again.
4.8 on May 30, 2014
We recently stayed at the AA Bed and Breakfast for our daughter's graduation from law school. It was a delightful gathering place for family and friends, and the hosts treated us like guests in their own home--which we were! They welcomed friends at any hour and always had tea, coffee, and goodies available. Views and access to campus are great, and the deck is a welcome respite between events. We loved having it as a home away from home.
4.6 on May 29, 2014
I stayed at AAB&B to attend my son's graduation from the Univ. The location is ideal; I left the car parked and walked everywhere. The Inn Keepers have the knack of being welcoming, inclusive and yet providing privacy, a mix not found at every B&B. My room was huge, comfortable, and clean. The furnishing are not stamped out road side motel fixtures; it felt like a room I had furnished myself over years. Breakfast was quite good. All in all an ideal stay.
Relax on the breezy balcony and sleep under the skylights in Maine Woods, a spacious room with a pitched ceiling and vintage pine furniture with private bathroom. A second twin bed can be added to the king bed for groups of three. A large TV/DVD, WiFi and seating/work area plus kitchenette with sink, stovetop, fridge and microwave make Maine Woods perfect for a private getaway or a long-term stay. this a perfect getaway. 3RD FLOOR, SKYLIGHTS, KING BED
Sleep under a breaking wave surrounded by a calming mirage of sand, sea and sky. Sink into the shell-shaped chairs by the fireplace and enjoy a new-release DVD on the large-screen TV. The home's original master bedroom on the main (2nd) floor, it has a king bed, balcony, WiFi, private bathroom, a table for your laptop, and space for an additional twin bed; ideal for families or groups of three. 2ND FLOOR, KING BED
An east-facing 12 foot window wall brings fresh air and sunlight into this bright, cheery main (2nd) floor room featuring a pillowtop king bed, private bathroom, TV/DVD, WiFi, desk and futon couch which converts to a comfortable queen bed with interspring mattress. Two wicker chairs invite you to relax on the covered balcony overlooking maple trees and the church grounds next door 2ND FLOOR, KING BED
Hailing the Boston Freedom Trail, this spacious main (2nd) floor room combines comfort and elegance. It features a pillowtop king bed, private bathroom, WiFi, a spacious desk if you must engage your laptop, and a cushiony leather chair facing the large TV/DVD. Sip your coffee on the quiet north-facing private balcony which brings breezes and light into this popular room.
Monkeys, frogs and a toucan lamp set the playful tropical theme of this cozy, colorful main (2nd) floor room. Rainforest features a pillowtop queen bed, private bathroom, TV/DVD, desk, WiFi, ceiling fan, and rocking chair with a breezy west-facing window looking out into the treetops. The bathroom has a shower, no tub. 2ND FLOOR, QUEEN BED
Surf's up in this ground floor studio with king sleigh bed and kitchenette with a private bathroom, sink, fridge and microwave. Enjoy a private enclosed garden that includes a 12x20 cedar patio and a 5x7 hot tub with the only ocean view in Ann Arbor. You will also find a desk, flat panel TV/DVD, Wi-Fi and a spacious double shower. GROUND FLOOR, KING BED, HOT TUB
Getaway to a pillow-top king bed (under skylights), private en suite bathroom (shower with tub), a rolltop desk for your laptop (WiFi included), an leather recliner for reading or watching TV/DVD (200+ titles available), and a sliding glass balcony door that captures sunshine and brings in the breeze. The kitchenette includes sink, two burners, microwave, fridge, and has ample silverware, dishes, and glasses.
Nightly Rate: $179 - $259
Nightly Rate: $179 - $259
Camp out in Yellowstone, with rustic log walls, a pillowtop queen aspen log bed, private bathroom with a large shower (no tub), antique dry sink, and vintage pine furniture. Yellowstone is a cozy and quiet ground floor cabin room with WiFi, flat-panel TV/DVD, a table for your laptop, and a glorious view of Old Faithful GROUND FLOOR, QUEEN ASPEN LOG BED
Our 1842 five bedroom single level Farmhouse is on a quiet wooded acre one mile west of Main Street next to a natural city park with on-site parking. Each room has a king or queen bed, a private en suite bathroom, WiFi, DVD/HD-TV, and a desk. A full breakfast with hot entrée is served in the sunroom each morning.Reunions, family get-togethers, and academic gatherings are welcome - there is a large common area with DVR/DVD/TV, a guest computer with printer, and large south-facing decks toward the backyard.
Sandcastle is a soothing ground floor getaway with king bed, private en suite bathroom (shower, no tub), TV/DVD, desk, wicker armchair, WiFi, and a 12-foot west-facing window to bring in breeze and sunshine.
University town of 140,000, Airport, Downtown
Detroit, MI (DTW-Wayne County) 35 miles
From Chicago and points west: I-94 east toward Detroit to exit 172 At Jackson Road Turn left (east) on Jackson Road which becomes Huron Street Drive approximately 2.7 miles east to Fletcher (1/2 mile east of Main Street) Our driveway is on the left (north) side of the street From Toledo and Dixie: US-23 north to I-94 west toward Chicago Exit 177 at State Street north (next exit) There will be several traffic lights as you pass through campus Drive approximately 2.8 miles north to Huron Street (traffic light) Turn right (east) and go three blocks to Fletcher Our driveway is on the left (north) side of the street From Flint and up north: US-23 south to M-14 west, Exit 3 at Main Street Continue south to the 5th traffic light which is Huron Street Turn left (east) onto Huron Street Drive approximately ½ mile east to Fletcher Our driveway is on the left (north) side of the street
Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Zingermans, The Ark, Hollanders, Farmers Market, Selo Shevel, Boutiques, shoplets, and chocolate, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River
Bath robes, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer , Fresh chopped fruit, hot entrée breakfast, En suite private bathrooms, Free covered parking, 200+ DVD library, Refrigerators in many rooms, Public internet computer with printer, Pop, bottled water, tea, coffee anytime
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Zingermans, Hollander's paper, Museums, The Ark, Botanical Gardens, The Henry Ford, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts