Wickwood Inn      
510 Butler St, Saugatuck, MI 49453, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Julee Rosso, Bill Miller

Description

Relax and rejunevate at this boutique inn in the heart of downtown Saugatuck, Michigan. You'll enjoy sweet dreams in one of the 11 unique guest rooms with down comforters and optional featherbeds. Pri...


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Relaxed and Spoiled

My husband & I recently returned from a stay at the Wickwood Inn in Saugatuck. this was our first visit to the town and to Wickwood. As frequent travelers who always stay at B&B's when possible, I must say that this was one of the most lovely and charming. The innkeepers were helpful and welcoming and the food was awesome! The main rooms of the Inn were strikingly beautiful, while still being "cozy". Coffee, teas, cold drinks and fresh baked snacks were always available to us. (We stayed at one B&B where you had to pay for everything.) The breakfasts were outstanding-oh that Frittata and Blueberry Cake! Evening appetizers were also incredible and creative. Our room, a Junior Suite, was spacious, very clean and comfortable, and with the feather topper on the bed, provided one of the best nights sleep we have ever had. We had one small issue with the room and Innkeeper took care of it immediately. While the bathroom was not huge, like you might find at a large chain hotel, the charm of this beautiful, historic Inn much more than made up for any difference here. We found ourselves "slowing down," enjoying not having a TV in the room and learning about the history of this Inn and the town. We are already thinking of a return to Saugatuck and the Wickwood Inn where we left feeling relaxed and spoiled.
Nancy C
3/19/2013

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Worth the Wait!

Finally stayed here after years of wanting to after finding out its Silver Palate connection. We were not disappointed! Our hostess was Janet for the whole stay - very gracious, friendly, and customer-oriented. We had the Vineyard room - decorated in gorgeous reds, had small but cozy sitting area with good reading lights. Comfortable bed with soft linens. Very adequate bathroom for an older building. The best part was the food - great bite-sized sweets throughout the day & night, den area with various drinks to help yourself to whenever. Evening hors deouvres were fantastic - 6 items, both hot and cold, and two wines to choose from. We weren't shy in helping ourselves and then didn't even need/want to go out for dinner - stayed in and played games in the common area - very nice old-school evening in. Breakfast also had good selection from great recipes.
Kris G
3/19/2013

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Applause Applause! Such a Gem. A Treasure!

My second visit, this time with my husband. We had planned on spending two nights to celebrate our 20th anniversary, but instead were having such a great time we stayed four. We simply didn't want to leave.Wickwood just became better with every passing day. Our gracious Hostesses Gretchen, Betty and Nancy charmed us with their banter and gave us ample ideas of the best things to do around town beyond the shops and fabulous galleries. We biked, hiked, kayaked, sailed, fished, danced, brewed beer and slid down a dune.Our room, The Christy was extraordinarily comfortable with a featherbed that was superb. The room seemed to expand as every day we brought in more and more luggage and treasures from shopping. The entire house is so lovely, and we enjoyed spending time in the late afternoon reading either in the living room near the fireplace or in the Inn's splendid gardens. after dinner we tended to return to the living room as we found the other guests most interesting. Several times we joined another couple for dinner. While we were captivated by the charms of the aforementioned mentioned, it was the glorious food that mesmerized us day after day. Of course, I knew it was great, but now I was experiencing an entirely new season's fare. It made each day an adventure. Just wonderful! My husband became even more enthusiastic about Wickwood Inn than I already was. We have already booked for next year.
Barbara R
3/19/2013

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Publicity and Press Reviews

"At Wickwood, life revolves around food and wine.  It's the best place to stay in Saugatuck."
~ The New York Times
"One of the world's most romantic Inns."  
~ Travel & Leisure
"In Saugatuck the top place to stay is Wickwood."  ~ The Chicago Tribune
"Our reader's favorite Inn."
~ Midwest Living.


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