Welcome To Ludington, Michigan
Experience the warm hospitality, delightful charm, and the unique amenities offered by the members of the Ludington Historical Bed and Breakfast Association. One of a kind rooms that are far from ordinary. Each lovely inn is conveniently located on the avenue near downtown Ludington. Private baths, and of course, delicious breakfasts are always included.
Abbey Lynn Inn - After enjoying a peaceful nights sleep in our comfortable bed, you'll wake to the aroma of homemade sweet rolls, pastries and specially prepared and artfully presented breakfast entrees in our beautiful candlelit dining room.
Aloha House has four rooms located on the second floor. Each room has it's own private bathroom. Three rooms have a queen-size bed while the fourth has a spacious California King bed. There is adequate room and storage in each room to make for a very comfortable stay.
Candlelite Inn is your very special fun, warm and inviting turn of the century Ludington Michigan Bed & Breakfast - Enjoyment, relaxation and romantic ambiance just for you.
Cartier Mansion - Experience the historic elegance and tranquility of Ludington lumber baron Warren Cartier’s 1905 neoclassical estate. Explore its many rooms, still endowed with their original woodwork, fixtures, flooring and antiques.
The Lamplighter - Rated 5 stars on Trip Advisor and 3 Diamonds by AAA, the Lamplighter Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located to miles of white, sandy Lake Michigan beach, four lighthouses, spectacular sunsets, The S.S. Badger car ferry to Wisconsin and Michigan's most beautiful state park. Shopping and restaurants are within walking distance, as is the Ludington Are Center for the Arts.
The Ludington House is a three-story, Queen Ann Victorian set on a beautifully landscaped corner lot with ample off-street parking. 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.