Sherwood Forest B&B      
938 Center St, Douglas, MI 49453, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Jim Bailey

Description

Circa 1902. As the name suggests, this gracious Victorian is surrounded by woods. A large wraparound porch, gables, and leaded-glass windows add to the appeal. There are hardwood floors and each guest room featur...


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Beautifully appointed, Great location!!

Beautifully appointed rooms. Excellent location. Less than one minute's walk from the cliff/beach road and just a couple of minute's drive from beautiful Saugatuck. Sherwood Forest B&B is located on a very quiet street in a beautiful and serene neighborhood. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a lovely place to unwind. The hosts were extremely friendly and gave us lots of information on things to do and see nearby.
Sidney D
6/18/2010

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Great experience - exceeded our expectations!

We had never stayed in a B&B and did not know what to expect. This place exceeded our expectations. Keith and Sue were kind, helpful in their recommendations around town, and make a mean breakfast. We stayed in the Treetops Room - looks better in person than it does online, very clean, and quiet. Location was great - within walking distance to the beach and away from town, but still within a 5 min drive to Douglas and Saugatuck's
Jane and John H
8/27/2010

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Charming getaway

I've stayed in a number of b&b's and Sherwood Forest is the reason I like staying in this type of accomodation. The wrap-around porch is the perfect place for an early cup of coffee or glass of afternoon wine. Each room is different in decor and character-from romantic to whimsical-and that's another reason I truly enjoy SF. The breakfasts are delicious and quite beautiful. This old home is located on a quiet street and is an easy walking distance from Lake Michigan which has lots of old and new homes to view-a great romantic walk. The owners offer helpful advice for shopping and dining. This is a perfect weekend getaway location.
Tom and Krist C
10/29/2010

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Enjoyed

We enjoyed our weekend in the forest, the atmosphere was perfect, and your suggestions on where to eat and how to get around was very appreciated. Thanks for remembering our anniversary.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Other Ratings: "3 AAA Diamonds, ""3 Mobil Stars, "iLoveInns Guests

Publicity and Press Reviews

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2015 and 2016.
Best of Personal Luxury, Best Bed and Breakfast - Lake Magazine (2005-2006),
Best Bed and Breakfast - Lake Magazine (2004-2005), Best Romantic Getaway - Lake Magazine (2004-2005), Michigan Best Treasure Award - Michigan Living (April 2001), Chicago Sun-Times, "Escape into Nature" (February 2009), Connecticut Parent Magazine (July 08, 2008), Illinois' Pioneer Press newspaper (August 30, 2007), BnBFinder Press Release (August 10, 2007), The Herald - Everett, Washington (July 25, 2007), New York Times (August 2006), Grand Rapids Press Lakeshore Cooking (May 2004), Grand Rapids Press (May 2003),, Voted #4 in Michigan by AAA.


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