Stained glass and sun-filled common areas add to the appeal of this Victorian-style home resembling a country inn. The well-landscaped backyard with a tranquil pond is a perfect spot to relax. The home is decorated with antique furnishings; rooms have fireplaces and flat-screen TVs. A large one bedroom suite with a private sun porch is ideal for extended stays.
Smoke free premises. 10 units. 2 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
I-196 exit 20, 0.9 mi w, just n on Broadway, then just w; across the bridge. 233 Dyckman Ave 49090.
Dining & Entertainment
Available on premises
no phones, wireless Internet.
Sports & Recreation
N, age restrictions may apply.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 10 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 7
Pros: It is really a very nice house with a beautiful decoration. The room was very comfortable. Very kind staff.
Pros: Bed was great, staff at breakfast friendly and food was different each morning. Great location for shopping, beach and eating
Cons: DVD player did not work.
Pros: The staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfasts were delicious.
Cons: Initial instruction on how to use the two remote controls for the tv was not given upon check in. It was complicated.
Pros: This is a lovely B&B, one of the nicest I've stayed in. It is beautifully decorated with lots of little charming touches. The bed was the most comfortable bed I've ever slept on! The staff was friendly and warm. The location is great - short walk (or drive) to the downtown area. Close to the beach either through town or just by turning in the opposite direction. Excellent stay overall!
Pros: Very clean, everyone was friendly and the breakfast was delicious!
Cons: Only bad thing was the road in front was closed so we had to take a detour to drive downtown, but that doesn't reflect on the Inn in any way!
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Inn at the Park. Carol Ann and Jerry do it right. The breakfasts were excellent and the fellow travelers were friendly and enjoyable.