4570 Case Blvd, Interlochen Michigan 49643
Our B&B, recently completely air conditioned, nestles in two acres of woods between two beautiful lakes - one for the sunrise and the other for the sunset, each less than a three minute walk away. Michigan's largest state park, a half block north, has miles of forested trails and a life-guarded beach. A leisurely 20 minute walk through this park, or a two minute drive, puts you at the doorstep of the Interlochen Center for the Arts. The Center features outstanding cultural events all year. This region's main hub, Traverse City, is a 20 minute drive. Chicago and Detroit are about a half hour away by plane.
Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Traverse City) Au-She-Gun Resort
(Beulah) Beach House
(Bellaire) Bel Air Resort
(Cadillac) Best Western Bill Oliver's
(Traverse City) Best Western Four Seasons Motel
(Purgatory) Best Western Lodge at Purgatory
12/07 Coming to The Interlochen area
MorelFest Boyne City MI May16-19 Each May, Boyne City fills with hundreds of mushroom lovers from around the country who come seeking that elusive delicacy-the marvelous morel.
National Cherry Festival Traverse City MI June29-July6 The Grand Traverse region, known for its world-record tart cherry harvest, bursts with visitors eager to savor the flavor of cherries tucked into everything imaginable.
National Baby Food Festival Freemont MI July18-21 Show is rain or shine, no lawn chairs, no coolers, no strollers, no smoking or alcohol.
Charlevoix Venetian Festival Charlevoix MI July20-27 What began as a simple candle-lit boat parade has grown into a week-long flurry of color and pageantry that highlights the summer season and attracts tens of thousands of visitors.
Brat Days Sheboygan WI August1-3 Sheboygan Jaycees present the 60th annual Johnsonville Brat Days. All shows will be free this year.
Mackinac Island Festival of the Horse Mackinac Island MI August8-11 Mackinac Island Carriage and Saddle Horse Parade, the Breeds of Mackinac presentation, musical kurs featuring the beautiful Friesians, lectures on the role of the horse in Mackinac's history.