Wickwood Inn      
510 Butler St, Saugatuck, MI 49453, USA    
(800) 385-1174, (269) 857-1465


  1. "Find out why The New York Times declared Wickwood Inn 'the best place to stay i...
  2. Walk for miles and lose yourself in wonder on our award winning beaches!...
  3. You could be in a suite at a chalet in the Alps as you enjoy the peace and tranq...
  4. Taste the freshest flavors of the season and experience the cheer that comes fro...
  5. Travel and Leisure proclaims Wickwood as 'One of the World's most romantic Inns....
  6. The New York Times states, 'At Wickwood, life revolves around good food and wine...
  7. Award winning cookbook author Julee Rosso delights in finding the freshest flavo...
  8. The English Garden has been renovated and is ready for you to visit. Sea foam gr...
  9. Wickwood is just steps away from unique shops, restaurants, galleries and entert...
  10. Getaways magazine excitedly said, 'You may never want to leave your room!' It's ...
  11. In every season it’s easy to find things to do in Saugatuck, Michigan! You can b...
  12. The Vineyard...
  13. Saugatuck, nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan, is the perfect place to pa...

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Relax and rejunevate at this boutique inn in the heart of downtown Saugatuck, Michigan. You'll enjoy sweet dreams in one of the 11 unique guest rooms with down comforters and optional featherbeds. Private bathrooms include spa amenities from the London Collection and soft cashmere robes and Turkish towels. Cookbook author, Julee Rosso, creates evening appetizers and a champagne brunch with fresh flavors and local ingredients and also satisfy your sweet tooth with delectable treats alongside a cup of single origin coffee. Escape to a comfortable chair by the fireplace in your suite with a book or spend quality quiet time with a loved one. In spring, gather with new friends on the wisteria-covered gazebo or geranium-filled porch. High speed Wi-Fi and free off-street parking add convenience to your getaway. Galleries, shops, restaurants, and cafes are just steps away from the inn. Carve out time to explore the Kalamazoo River in a kayak or spend the day at a Lake Michigan beach.

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$289 to $429

Off Season: $179 to $299

Payment Types Accepted Include American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa.

    • Sunday Brunch
    • Wine
    • Snacks/Refreshments
    • Brunch
    • Breakfast
    • Afternoon Tea
    • Hors d'oeuvres
    • Farm To Table Breakfast: We Start The Day With A Full Homemade Country Breakfast. The 3 Course Menu Changes With Each Season. Afternoon & Evening Sweets: We Like To Give You Reason To Pause For A Little Sweet Through The Day. Evening Sips & Small Plates: Every Evening At 6:00 We Gather Together For Sips & Small Plates


This property has 11 total guest accommodations with private bath, 11 with hot tubs, 4 suites, 4 guest houses and 1 conference room. The types of beds available include Queen and King.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Fax
  • Fireplace
  • Free parking on premise
  • Gift Shop
  • Hair Dryer
  • Handicap Access
  • Snack Bar
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Gym Nearby
  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Honeymoons
    • Meetings
    • Family Reunions
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Seminars
    • Weddings
    • Learn More About Renting The Entire Inn For Any Special Family Or Business Occassion


Private. off-street parking is included with your reservation.

Spa Services

On-Site Spa Services

  • Massages
  • Facials

Specialty Treatments: A professional massage relaxes and rejuvenates. Choose from an intoxicating array of essential oils to make your in-room massage completely customized

Spa Packages: Spa treatments include La Stone, Pre-Natal, Swedish and many others.

Summer In Santorini

Miraculous Aegean blues against sun-drenched whitewash recall these magical Greek islands ... the Sea, sky, pottery and handcrafted batiks. Local Santorinian artists' landscapes alongside of the ancient's Cycladic sculptures and straw hats to shadow the sun ... all to dream of in a King featherbed. Private Bath.

Rates: $209 - $349

Type of bed: King

The English Garden

A canopy King featherbed amidst cool, serene celadon taffeta ... birds perch on delicate glass leaf garlands, a dyptique oil by Fran Sherman, sculpture by New York artist Brenda Roche. Pure images nurture the heart of every gardener. Private Bath.

Rates: $219 - $369

Type of bed: King

The Vineyard

Vintage French drawings of grapes like the ones you glimpsed tearing down a back road in Burgundy, or perhaps Bordeaux ... superlative &34;Doctore LeVin&34; watercolors, a grape picker’s basket, antique red and white French country toile quilts and lace linens top a King featherbed. Private Bath.

Rates: $219 - $369

Type of bed: King


Glimpses of the genius in sketches from Spain, posters of exhibits from Vallarius, an artist’s Atelier, a handmade pottery horse, the bold brush strokes of Fritz Jacobs, a handcrafted sculpture of wood by Ed Patek ... all calmly nestled around a camel King featherbed. Private Bath.

Rates: $219 - $369

Type of bed: King

The Villa Junior Suite

This space is filled with Diane Love’s paintings to please Renaissance artisans, drawings of the Medici towers of antiquity and Richard Eddy's bronze. Luxurious Florentine velvets and chenille atop a King featherbed, two Gae Aulenti chairs near the fireplace for reading or daydreaming. Private Bath.

Rates: $239 - $399

Type of bed: King


Named for the ancient and electrifying city of Japan ... twelve vintage original brush stroke landscapes found in a small antique shop there, a collection of wooden rice cake molds, a mustard thistle wreath, antique cabinet locks, Ikebana Bamboo and Root Wood Baskets, Otto Fried's &34;Circles&34;... a King featherbed and oversized Malabar rattan armchairs surround a cast iron stove. Private Bath.

Rates: $239 - $399

Type of bed: King

The Christy Suite

Featuring Hudson River Valley artist Howard Chandler Christy's rare landscape oils ... sumptuous cream silk and celadon satin, down filled floor pillows and a Queen four-poster bed. Wingbacks for reading near the fireplace, an array of French drawings, sculpture, a collection of chocolate molds and antique Chinese pottery complete the eclectic décor. Private Bath.

Rates: $249 - $419

Type of bed: Queen


A window in the south of France framed Henri- Matisse's &34;Cinquante Dessins&34; sketches, a Donna Leonard faux of the Master's goldfish bowl ... classic blue and white Provencal checks atop a Queen featherbed, polka dots, quilts galore ... lavender is in the air. Private Bath.

Rates: $189 - $339

Type of bed: Queen


Art Deco, Gershwin, panoramic photography of the New York skyline in the 20's, a strutting chrome horse, Scalamandre silks, French fur, Brunschwieg cheetah ... all accent a rich chocolate brown and camel décor. Private bath.

Rates: $209 - $349

Type of bed: King

The Lodge Suite

Feels like a Great House in the Adirondacks or a small cabin in the wide-open spaces of Montana … depending upon your mood. Queen four-poster canopy feather bed. Wingbacks nestle near a roaring fireplace as another separate sitting area hovers nearby with Clayton Beck’s original painting. Private Bath.

Rates: $259 - $429

Type of bed: Queen

The Swedish Cottage

Typical Scandinavian clapboards on a Richard Denton original oil ... Gustavian ladderbacks, scattered ferns from the countryside, crisp organdy, handmade appliqué quilts atop a King featherbed. Private Bath.

Rates: $189 - $319

Type of bed: King

Reserve Wickwood

Life is filled with celebrations, both large and small. Every year, every season is special with its unique holidays and traditions. These are the moments when there is nothing in the world like spending time with those who are important. This is when Wickwood becomes a great getaway for gathering family, business associates and friends together to slow down, be pampered, and take the time to enjoy one another while relishing all our village has to offer.

Type of bed: (8) King(3) , Queen

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:


Reservations require a deposit to be secured. One night or one-half of a multi night visit's charges will be taken as a deposit the day you make your reservation. The balance is due upon arrival. Due to our size, cancellations affect us significantly. For any cancellation dates, we must receive 15 days notice by telephone prior to arrival for a refund of your deposit, less $30.00 administrative/credit card service charges. If any full or partial cancellation or change of dates is made within 15 days, regardless of reason, you are financially responsible for the entire reservation, unless we can re-book your room. You are, of course, welcome to transfer your reservation to a friend or family member.


3:00 / 12:00

Other Activities

    • Art Galleries
    • Beaches
    • Bicycling
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Hiking
    • Live Theater
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Skiing Cross Country
    • Tennis
    • Water Sports
    • Wineries

Nearby College/University

Hope College, Calvin College, Kendall School of Art & Design, Grand Valley Statey University

Sugar And Spice Popovers

These are Popovers fit for a King ... or Queen! So large that they\'re a total indulgence, appropriate only for rare occasions such as Christmas Morning, Easter Brunch or your Birthday. But, they are so tasty, you may want to make once a month. (: Enjoy!

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Relaxed and Spoiled

My husband & I recently returned from a stay at the Wickwood Inn in Saugatuck. this was our first visit to the town and to Wickwood. As frequent travelers who always stay at B&B's when possible, I must say that this was one of the most lovely and charming. The innkeepers were helpful and welcoming and the food was awesome! The main rooms of the Inn were strikingly beautiful, while still being "cozy". Coffee, teas, cold drinks and fresh baked snacks were always available to us. (We stayed at one B&B where you had to pay for everything.) The breakfasts were outstanding-oh that Frittata and Blueberry Cake! Evening appetizers were also incredible and creative. Our room, a Junior Suite, was spacious, very clean and comfortable, and with the feather topper on the bed, provided one of the best nights sleep we have ever had. We had one small issue with the room and Innkeeper took care of it immediately. While the bathroom was not huge, like you might find at a large chain hotel, the charm of this beautiful, historic Inn much more than made up for any difference here. We found ourselves "slowing down," enjoying not having a TV in the room and learning about the history of this Inn and the town. We are already thinking of a return to Saugatuck and the Wickwood Inn where we left feeling relaxed and spoiled.
Nancy C

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Applause Applause! Such a Gem. A Treasure!

My second visit, this time with my husband. We had planned on spending two nights to celebrate our 20th anniversary, but instead were having such a great time we stayed four. We simply didn't want to leave.Wickwood just became better with every passing day. Our gracious Hostesses Gretchen, Betty and Nancy charmed us with their banter and gave us ample ideas of the best things to do around town beyond the shops and fabulous galleries. We biked, hiked, kayaked, sailed, fished, danced, brewed beer and slid down a dune.Our room, The Christy was extraordinarily comfortable with a featherbed that was superb. The room seemed to expand as every day we brought in more and more luggage and treasures from shopping. The entire house is so lovely, and we enjoyed spending time in the late afternoon reading either in the living room near the fireplace or in the Inn's splendid gardens. after dinner we tended to return to the living room as we found the other guests most interesting. Several times we joined another couple for dinner. While we were captivated by the charms of the aforementioned mentioned, it was the glorious food that mesmerized us day after day. Of course, I knew it was great, but now I was experiencing an entirely new season's fare. It made each day an adventure. Just wonderful! My husband became even more enthusiastic about Wickwood Inn than I already was. We have already booked for next year.
Barbara R

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Worth the Wait!

Finally stayed here after years of wanting to after finding out its Silver Palate connection. We were not disappointed! Our hostess was Janet for the whole stay - very gracious, friendly, and customer-oriented. We had the Vineyard room - decorated in gorgeous reds, had small but cozy sitting area with good reading lights. Comfortable bed with soft linens. Very adequate bathroom for an older building. The best part was the food - great bite-sized sweets throughout the day & night, den area with various drinks to help yourself to whenever. Evening hors deouvres were fantastic - 6 items, both hot and cold, and two wines to choose from. We weren't shy in helping ourselves and then didn't even need/want to go out for dinner - stayed in and played games in the common area - very nice old-school evening in. Breakfast also had good selection from great recipes.
Kris G

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Publicity and Press Reviews

“At Wickwood, life revolves around food and wine.  It’s the best place to stay in Saugatuck.”
~ The New York Times
“One of the world’s most romantic Inns.”  
~ Travel & Leisure
“In Saugatuck the top place to stay is Wickwood.”  ~ The Chicago Tribune
“Our reader’s favorite Inn.”
~ Midwest Living.



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