The Perfect Package
Our favorite package includes one night's bed and breakfast lodging, dinner for two at the nearby Schuler's Restaurant and a tour of The Honolulu House Museum located next to our Inn. $235
(not including Ketchum, Pratt or Pierce Suites)
Sunday & Monday Night Special
Begin your week with us and enjoy any available room for two and our famous full breakfast for only $102 per night!
Events near our Marshall bed and breakfast
Attend one of our local events, including the acclaimed Historic Home Tour, Annual Garden Tour, Scarecrow Festival, and Cemetery Walk.
Welcome to My Garden Tour
July 13-14, 2013: A beautiful tour of Marshall's most distinctive gardens. As in past years, six area gardens will be featured on the tour. Each garden’s design, plant materials and accessories reflect the owners’ individual preferences. One garden’s design was based on a garden featured in a magazine, one is part of a working farm, another is strictly organic, and a beautiful tree is the centerpiece of another. One thing is common in all six - a love of plants - right from a tiny seed to a full grown tree! A Garden Market will be held both days of the tour and is located behind the B.E. Henry Building at 615 S Marshall Ave. Wares available for purchase at the Market range from native plants to antique garden accessories, jewelry, wood carvings and original pottery with a natural theme. In addition to the tour, there will be a small standard flower show inside the B.E. Henry Building. Find out more.
Historic Home Tour
September 7-8, 2013: The Marshall Historical Society's Annual Historic Home Tour was chosen by The
Michigan Living Magazine as the best in the state of Michigan. Each year on the weekend after Labor Day Marshall opens its doors to thousands of visitors. The visitors come to see the eight historic homes, four museums, a business and a church, that are featured on the tour. While strolling the tree shaded streets choirs, quartets, dulcimers and even brass bands entertain Marshall tour goers! Enticing aromas of delicious food waft through the air. An antique show and a juried art fair tempt the pocket book. Find out more.
Christmas Candlelight Tour
December 7-8, 2013: The Candlelight Tour is a structured, highly personalized walking tour. Five of Marshall historic homes open their doors to visitors during the Holiday Season. These historic houses are decorated for the festivities and the Homeowners and their friends and family offer a personalized tour of each home. You will walk with a guide from house to house in a group of about 30 people. There are four start times to choose from, and you will receive final details prior to the tour. You should be prepared to walk from each house with your guide. To ensure your comfort and safely, sensible shoes or boots (which can be easily removed), and a flashlight are advised. Because December can be inclement, you will be required to remove your shoes or boots at the door of all homes. Bags will be provided if you wish to carry your footwear inside. The Holiday season is a wonderful time to visit Marshall. The streets, parks, and homes are decorated for the Holidays. The shops are filled to the brim for your shopping pleasure and restaurants and inns offer the finest in Midwest hospitality. Find out more.