The mild winter and early spring has us eager to be out of doors for yard work or to hit a few golf balls. Seeing the beautiful blooms and listening to the birds makes us think about a change in some of the winter habits we’ve developed. With the days gradually being daylight longer, we can walk outside and eat a lighter diet rather than the comfort foods often related with the cold.

As spring grows closer, one may want to take a mini-vacation break. Consider a Michigan get-away, stay at a Bed and Breakfast and explore an area new to the family. Lenawee County can be just the spot for such an outing.

Our community offers recreation, art & entertainment, dining, events of various kinds, attractions, sports, and shopping. Our beautiful towns of the county offer many parks, historic districts, yarn & bead shops, quilt shops, wineries, libraries, antique shops, gardens, rail dining, music, theaters, museums, golf, auto racing, water sports and much more.

Here at Heartwood Place Bed and Breakfast, each season offers a fresh scent of the woods with a beautiful view and a chance to be close to all that nature provides. The birds sing while the deer stroll the woods and drink at the pond. Often, the wild turkeys are not so wild as they perch on the deck.

Our repeat guests sit and reflect at the pond’s edge, the deck and the front porch. Sipping that first cup of coffee in the morning or an afternoon ice tea as you relax, allows you to read a book, take advantage of the free Wi-Fi, make new friends or visit with the family you are vacationing with.

A full home-cooked breakfast served family style at the antique dining table makes a great start to the day. I am anxious to know your dietary restrictions so I can provide a meal you’ll enjoy.

Graduations and weddings will be happening soon so why not stay at our Michigan B & B as you celebrate and make memories? Contact us at Heart Wood Place Bed and Breakfast to reserve your dates now!