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251 Noble Road, Williamston, MI 48895, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Don & Sheryl Topliff

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Circa 1905. The rural setting is perfect for this 50-acre llama farm with a grand country home and 1905 farmhouse. Videos, puzzles and magazines are found in the living room accented with a gas-log fireplace. The...


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First Class B & B Stay

Wonderful in every way. Clean, friendly and comfortable with a touch of historic interest. The nearby town of Williamston is pleasantly quaint. Thank you Don and Sheryl for a unique and relaxing stay. We would definitely recommend.
Linda M
9/28/2010

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A Charming B&B!

We stay over Topliff's as a surprise 60th birthday gift for my husband. We couldn't have been more impressed. We had the "Attics Treasure" room, which has a king-size bed and a whirlpool tub. (This room is on the 3rd floor, so if you have a problem with stairs, stay in the room on the main floor, or one of the 3 on the 2nd floor.) Sheryl, the innkeeper/owner, and her husband, Don, an airline pilot and llama farmer, are delightful folks. We enjoyed talking to each of them and felt we had known them for a long time. They live in the house next door, not in the B&B.
Mary O.
Troy, MI
4/25/2010

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InnSide Tip - Williamston Restaurants
We ate at two restaurants in Williamston that we would recommend: - Gracie\'s Place for breakfast or lunch (it also serves dinner now); - Red Cedar Grill for a nice dinner with white tablecloths and great service. Williamston is a charming little town to walk around in. It has a theater with plays many weekends, too.
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