Welcome To Ludington, Michigan
June 10-11 weekend in Ludington
Enjoy one of our historical Bed and Breakfasts plus eat ice
cream! Lots of it! On June 11, 2016 Ludington will attempt to
break the world record for the longest ice cream dessert. Come
and join in the scooping or eating. There will be 8 blocks of
ice cream and toppings that need 500 scoopers and 6400 eaters.
For more information see
Also that same weekend is the 36th Annual Ludington Lakestride featuring a half marathon, 10K 5K and kid’s fun run. http://www.ludingtonlakestride.com/
The S.S. Badger is offering a Pirate-themed shoreline cruise for $39 with desserts and soft drinks. Boarding 7:45PM Cruise 8:30-10:30PM Dress like a pirate! http://www.ssbadger.com/schedule-fares/shoreline-cruises-2016.html
Or stay on shore watch the sunset and enjoy the community bonfire and live music on the beach at Stearn’s Park. Stay for two nights, enjoy beautiful, comfortable rooms, delicious breakfasts and all the excitement Ludington has to offer. Does it sound like fun? Come join us at one of the five Ludington Historical Bed and Breakfasts.
Experience the warm hospitality, delightful charm, and the unique amenities offered at any of the five member inns of the Ludington Historic Bed & Breakfast Association. Guests will enjoy one of a kind rooms that are far from ordinary and each bed and breakfast offers a gourmet breakfast to start your day. All inns are independently inspected by third-party reviewers to assure our guests that their accommodations are clean, safe, insured and well-maintained.
We are conveniently located a short walk from Lake Michigan, quaint shops, many fine restaurants and the Pere Marquette harbor. Our location is ideal for the many activities available on the wonderful west coast of Michigan.
PRIVACY - While it is true that all B&B's have common areas available. You don't have to use them anymore than you have to use the lobby of a motel. If you want to meet and interact with the other guests, you can, but privacy is important and if you are after a quiet time alone, every B&B specializes in providing that. You will find a guest entrance and can come and go as you please.
THE BATH - All association B&B's offer private baths in-room. Remember that many B&B's are historic buildings and great effort is made to preserve the historic charm. Some inns have added jet tubs and whirlpools baths.
AMENITIES - You can have it any way you want it. Television
or none, phones or none, free internet access or not and the
list goes on. The traditional B&B experience is designed to help
you leave the modern world behind, but a mix of services.
THE PRICE - You are in for another pleasant surprise. Ludington Bed and Breakfasts are not expensive and in many cases are less money than the chain companies, especially off season. When you factor in the beautiful rooms, the personal service, the privacy and the incredible food, you will realize that a B&B is probably a better value.
CHILDREN & PETS - Some B&B's are very kid friendly while others cater to adult travelers. Many have room combinations that are perfect for families and will discuss price with you for children. Be sure to check with the innkeeper, he or she can direct you to the best B&B for your needs. Some association B&B's are very pet friendly, be sure to check ahead of time.
THE SERVICE - When all is said and done service is the thing. Nothing is warmer than the welcome you will receive at a Ludington B&B. Your every desire is catered to and you will find that you can get to know people or just enjoy your own private romantic time together. When you return you will be remembered and will be greeted as a returning friend rather than as a returning reservation. If you need local information, the innkeeper will know where to go and what to do and will probably have maps, coupons and contacts.