My wife and I pulled up midday to the stonewall inn after a morning worth of drive and were pleasantly surprised by what we found. The house itself sits a few blocks off the main stretch in Frankfurt, and is plenty close to all the action the little town has to offer. The grounds themself are beautiful, and we loved the charm and story behind this historical civil war B&b.
We stayed in the Caroline Room, the largest upstairs room that boasts its own bathroom and widow's walk (basically a skinny staircase up to the roof of the house). The room was big and clean and decorated in the theme of the house. The temperature was pretty perfect, but this relies on the outside ambient temperature as climate control consists of the breeze of the open windows, the ceiling fan, and the draft from the widow's walk. Not sure if AC is ever needed, but we were plenty comfortable.
Dave (our host) was very warm, knowledgable, and hospitable. He had plenty of suggestions for food and activities both in and outside of Frankfurt (as this was our first stop on the trip up north).
Last, our favorite part...breakfast! Although some people don't
like the fixed time, my wife and I loved it as it structured our day and got us going at 830. The food was delicious, the birds were singing (there are two rather large displays of finches near the dining room), and we really enjoyed the face-to-face company of the other guests.
We certainly enjoyed our stay and time in frankfurt. Due to its proximity to sleeping bear dunes, glen arbor/haven, and traverse city, we would definitely recommend it as a day before or day after kind of place to stop-over in.
Make sure to watch the sunset on the beach and take a stroll out to the end of the lighthouse.