Chicago Pike Inn
Morris G. Clarke built his home at 215 East Chicago Street in 1903. Mr. Clarke hired Chicago Architect, Ashbury Buckley, who had designed many of the homes in Mackinac Island in the late 1800s. Mr. Clarke, who was a Coldwater merchant, had his home built in the Colonial Reform style, complete with massive Greek Revival columns. When the Clarke mansion was finished, it had cost him a total of $15,000.00.
Today, the six guest rooms in the main house have all been furnished with antiques and each one has a special elegance. The two suites in the Carriage House have in-room jacuzzis.
215 East Chicago Street
Coldwater Michigan 49036
(517) 279-8744 (800) 471-0501
The National House Inn
The National House Inn bed and breakfast on Marshall's picturesque Fountain Circle is the oldest operating hotel in the State of Michigan. It has been designated as a State Historical site and is also listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The Inn was built in 1835 by Colonel Andrew Mann who used lumber from the Ketchum sawmill and bricks that were molded and fired on the site to construct what has endured as the oldest brick building in Calhoun County. Sixteen rooms offer all the luxuries of today with the same gracious hospitality first enjoyed by stagecoach travelers some 170 years ago.
102 Parkview, Marshall, Michigan 49068
Olde Farm House
Located six minutes north of historic Marshall, Michigan, this beautifully restored 1910 home offers city elegance in a peaceful country setting. Come sit awhile on the wrap-around porch that offers you privacy or a place to meet with friends. The Olde Farmhouse is a relaxing getaway for any occasion. 3 rooms. Open all year.
18992 18 Mile Road,
Rose Hill Inn
Once the home of William Boyce, founder of the Boy Scouts of America, this spacious villa is the perfect place to celebrate an anniversary or birthday, host an elegant wedding. hold a meeting, or simply escape for a romantic getaway weekend.
Six guest rooms are decorated in Victorian style with beautiful antiques, vintage prints, and antique lighting, but with modern luxuries: private baths, central air, in-room cable TV, wireless internet and phones. Choices for inside relaxation include two formal parlors,a cozy upstairs den, a card room and a billiard room.
Three acres of landscaped grounds include a charming Victorian gazebo, gardens, fountains, a swimming pool and a professional tennis court.
1110 Verona Road
Marshall, MI 49068
Toll Free: (269) 789-1992
This page last updated on 2/18/2010.