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Welcome...Located in downtown historic Ypsilanti, The Queen’s Residence B& B, is Southeastern Michigan's most elegant, yet affordable, Bed and Breakfast. The inn’s location is ideally situated in the Ann Arbor area for University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University visitors and parents as well as the Detroit Metro Airport. The exclusive amenities make The Queen's Residence popular for getaway weekends as well as for business travelers. This inn is unique in that it houses an authentic colonial traveler’s tavern from New England, originally purchased by Henry Ford for Greenfield Village. The Wild Turkey Tavern, as it is named, is open by appointment only.
5 on September 08, 2016
We had a very nice stay. Everything was clean, the bed was comfortable and breakfast was really nice each day.
You hit all the points people want to know about: clean, comfortable and good food. Thanks! Marla Queen
5 on September 06, 2016
This was our second visit and we would not look elsewhere for when we return to Ypsi to visit family. The location is perfect and convenient, the home and courtyard are charming, luxurious, and inviting. The room is perfectly appointed, like a luxury hotel but with the comfort of being home (if your home is spotless and well decorated). The innkeepers are so friendly and predict your every need.
Oh good, we love it when people make our inn their "go to" place when visiting the Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor area. It is fun for us to have repeaters that we get to know a bit more each time they come. Thank you for noting that our location is convenient (to shopping, dining, and the airport) and that the inn is luxurious. Marla Queen
5 on September 04, 2016
We loved our stay in the beautiful Hoag room. The Queen's Residence is a place of timeless elegance. The gourmet breakfast was out of this world; Marla's breakfasts rival of those of noted chefs. Marla and Joe welcome guests with exceptional warmth and graciousness. We were shamelessly pampered and The Queen's Residence Bed and Breakfast allowed us to relax and renew ourselves in a setting of gracious hospitality and style. An antiquer's paradise!
Wow! I love that you rank me right up there with noted chefs! Thanks so much! Getting pampered is why a lot of people choose a B and B over a standard hotel. Please come back for some more pampering. Marla Queen, owner
5 on September 04, 2016
We spent just one night at this lovely b and b while in route to another destination. The home is beautiful with so many special Victorian touches, and the breakfast was gourmet cooked by Marla herself. Our room, the Hoag room, was gorgeous with access to a veranda. Both Marla and Joe were welcoming and left no detail undone. We were traveling with my brother and wife. We all agreed our mistake was not staying longer! If you are looking for a romantic get away or traveling in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area, you'll have a wonderful stay!
Well I guess you will all just have to come back! You did what many of our guests do; they spend a night with us on their way to northern Michigan. This is a great way to break up the trip. Many people stay with us on their return trip as well. As I know you all go to many B and B's, your compliments are very appreciated. Marla Queen, owner
4.8 on August 25, 2016
Our stay at the Queen's Residence was wonderful! Marla and Joe were very friendly and more than accommodating. They met our every need and went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable. The location of The residence was very close to downtown Ypsalanti and Ann Arbor making it close for many activities for us to enjoy. Our room was very clean, comfortable, and inviting. We especially liked the warm and spacious shower. Breakfast was outstanding. Many ingredients purchased for the breakfast were supplied by the local co-op and tasted so fresh and delicious. The coffee bar and homemade cookies were great for an extra snack in the afternoon and the stocked beverage refrigerator for guests was perfect for us when we were thirsty post-dinner time. We had a great stay for our anniversary. We will be back.
Thank you for celebrating your third anniversary with us, especially since you have little ones! We love introducing people to the B & B experience, and it sounds like you were not disappointed. We are so glad that you are planning a return visit. As you mentioned, the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area has lots to offer for people looking for a getaway, especially for foodies! Thanks for all you nice comments.
4.8 on August 23, 2016
My husband and I stayed at The Queen's Residence in August 2016 while visiting Ann Arbor, which is just a short drive away. The B&B is lovely. The gardens are relaxing and the porch that connected to our room was wonderful for morning coffee. The breakfast food is taken seriously by the owners and is quite delicious. The rooms were clean and the bedding comfortable. The house if period and Marla can really decorate. I would definitely recommend this B&B for anyone visiting the area. The Queens Residence is exactly why you stay at a B&B. - Thanks Marla & Joe
I hope others considering a trip to Ann Arbor will take a cue from you and stay at The Queen's Residence. We are only seven miles east of Ann Arbor. Ypsilanti offers a small town experience, as opposed to the larger city of Ann Arbor. With that being said, there are several notable restaurants within walking distance to the inn. Thank you for your compliments about our inn. We are so glad you had a relaxing and positive experience here.
5 on August 08, 2016
My daughter and I discovered The Queen's Residence last year and returned this summer when we were in town for a Highland dance competition. The rooms are charming, the breakfast scrumptious, and Marla and Joe provide personal and gracious attention!
It was so fun to have you back and to see your daughter in her Highland dance costume. Did you see the posting on our Facebook page? We hope to see you again next year!
5 on June 28, 2016
My stay at the Queen's Residence was for a women's retreat facilitated by a wonderful author. The experience was unquestionably enhanced because of the beautiful environment, inside and out! Each detail of this Inn is exquisite and deserves to be savored. And speaking of savoring; The food was wonderful and the warmth and hospitality of Innkeepers, Marla and Joe, added to the lovely retreat experience. I cannot recommend this Inn highly enough...for any purpose to treat and inspire yourself, your family or friends, or your business team. This will be an investment in time and money well spent!
That was a great retreat and I was so glad to be a participant as well as hostess. One of the benefits of being an innkeeper is that you are exposed to so many types of people and have the opportunity to grow as in this case with the women's retreat. I hope other groups see your review and decide to hold their retreats or meetings here. There inn has good energy!
5 on June 13, 2016
You can't go wrong here!!! Absolutely everything is done to perfection, comfort, and luxury. Clean, clean, clean. Breakfast is fabulous! This is probably our 4th or more stay here and we always stay in the Hoag room. Have family that lives nearby and we would rather come here after fun with the family for the quiet and pampering. This stay we had fill in innkeepers as Marla and Joe were out of town. Marilyn and Bob did a FABULOUS job! If we were newbies, we would have never known that they were not the owners. They took care of us like it was their own. You are in good hands here, no matter who is in charge. Will be back in July! Can't wait.
It is not easy to leave your inn in someone else's care, so to get this kind of glowing review on behalf of our inn sitters, Marilyn and Bob, makes me feel much more at ease. Thank you for being loyal guests!
5 on June 07, 2016
Stayed one night at the Queen's Residence in the Gibson Suite -- had a fantastic stay! Suite was comfortable and tastefully decorated -- we really appreciated the separate sitting room -- great for relaxing! We happened to be the only people staying at the house that night so had full access and privacy to all sitting areas and porches on the main floor -- even if there had been more guests at the time; however, there are so many different areas to relax in that you would still definitely be able to be alone -- or socialize -- whatever your preference! Breakfast was excellent as well -- yogurt, granola, fresh fruit, bacon & banana nut french toast. Didn't meet Joe & Marla as they were on vacation but the stand-in hosts, Bob & Marilyn, took great care to ensure our stay was enjoyable, and they were also very knowledgable about the house and its history which we found very interesting! Would definitely come back. Gardens are beautiful!
Hopefully you will come back so we can meet you! I asked Marilyn for that recipe by the way. We are glad you enjoyed your room and the other areas of the inn. We are blessed to have such good inn sitters!
Detroit, MI (DTW-Wayne County) 12 miles
From the West: Follow I-94 E to exit 183 (Downtown Ypsilanti/Huron Street). Turn LEFT onto Huron Street going north. Turn left at the 3rd stoplight, Catherine Street. Turn right down the alley behind The Queen’s Residence (just after the brick wall). From the East: Follow I-94 W to exit 183 (Downtown Ypsilanti/Huron Street). Turn RIGHT onto Huron Street going north. Turn left at the 3rd stoplight, Catherine Street. Turn right down the alley behind The Queen’s Residence (just after the brick wall). From the South: 1) Follow I-275 N to I-94 W, continue with directions from the east. 2) Follow US 23 N to I-94 E, continue with directions from the west. From the North: 1) Follow I-275 S to I-94 W, continue with directions from the east. 2) Follow US 23 S to I-94 E, continue with directions from the west.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Water park, Greenfield Village, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Original 1700's Travlers Tavern, Bricked in Court Yard, Wireless internet
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Joe and Marla Queen
Joe has been ballroom dancing for six years. He has competed pro-am in several competitions. Marla and her friend, Nancy Harrington, were the proprietors of a Victorian afternoon tea business, Pastime and Time Past, which operated out of the Queens Residence
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian as needed