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Stayed here for one night. Had the main floor bedroom, which was quite large and comfortable. It is right off the lounge with glass doors and curtains, so we found that a little uncomfortable. We were there during a regional power failure, but they had...More
We were happy with our stay at Sleeping Bear Bed and Breakfast. Our room was quiet and cozy, with a good bed. We had a very nice breakfast the next morning. We did share a bathroom, but it was very clean and not a problem...More
We have been coming to this wonderful B & B since 2011 and each stay is just as magical as the first. Susan and Van (the proprietors) are very welcoming to each of their visitors. (Although I should add that it does help to be...More
We still have, I believe, the record for the longest stay at the Sleeping Bear. It was a matter of two weeks plus; we had stayed for one to two weeks during the preceding two summers. We were graciously received on all occasions and never...More
We stayed in the Leelenau room since or 16 year old son was traveling with us. The room has occupancy for 4, but no room for anything else. The beds were clean, comfortable, and the sheets were even ironed. Our hosts had a lot of...More
Colors are really starting to pop! The most economical time to visit is during the week. Our off-season rates are in effect on Sunday - Thursday. Availability is good, except for the coming weekend. M22 (near us) was... More
Colors are really starting to pop! The most economical time to visit is during the week. Our off-season rates are in effect on Sunday - Thursday. Availability is good, except for the coming weekend. M22 (near us) was named as one of the best color drives in USA Today!