This is a very quiet house located on the edge of campus of Kalamazoo College. We enjoyed our stay. We had a very informative house tour and the breakfast was nice. Some of the furnishings and antiques are fascinating.
The only problems were toiletries from the Dollar store (a rarity!) and very little heat at night. They also have some incredible regulation posted online that says that you can check-in only between 4:30 and 6:30PM. I don't know if it is enforced but please do let them know when are you planning to arrive. You probably don't want to spend the night outside.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A distinctive city inn; A 1923 Georgian Revival home. Five tastefully appointed guest rooms. Two w/fireplace, one romantic jaccuzzi suite w/king bed and gas fireplace. All with private bath, DIRECTV, phones. Free high speed wireless access available. Smoke free. Across the street from Kalamazoo College, near Western Michigan University, downtown, theaters, restaurants, museums. ... more less