Week trip up the coast with the family staying and eating at only small, locally owned places. Spent a little more here, but got two rooms adjoining (so mom and dad have their own room). The place was very old and cool - but perfectly maintained. Wanna know what if felt like to stay at in Inn in the 1900's - guessing this is it. Things are tiny, but not quite "eurpean small". One of our rooms had a toilet and shower, and the other a sink and toilet. So with the two rooms we had everything. But there seemed to be shared showers i nthe hall so probably should verify what parts your room comes with. Breakfast was nice, but limited - but was great to be able to take your tea and bagel out to the tables in front of the hotel on a nice sunny morning. If it's in your budget, definately was a fun place to have stayed. And it is smack in the middle of everything so as long as you can find a place to park - it can't be beat for location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Nichols is located right int he center of historic South Haven. Browse through pictures of all of our rooms. We may be over 100 years old but we offer all modern amenities(full baths, ac, WIFI, cable, etc) All of the shops, restaurants, coffee shops and attractions begin right outside it's doors. Beaches, marinas, parks and pier are all within walking distance. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Nichols Hotel South Haven