Are you seeking a romantic getaways in Michigan, Wickwood Inn is an excellent choice. We are a luxurious yet comfortable boutique Saugatuck hotel steeped in romance. Wickwood Inn is a place of celebration and laughter. A place to reconnect, relax and be as social or as private as you wish. Our eleven guest rooms have a timeless style. Each room of our Saugatuck, Michigan bed and breakfast is a sanctuary of quiet ease. Each is an authentic experience with unique designer décor, private bath, fresh flowers, amazing attention to detail, and original art to surprise and delight you at every turn. We happily provide our guests with insider tips to exploring downtown Saugatuck including our getaway guides. No matter the season you can stroll the docks, thrill at our art galleries, catch a concert, beach comb, fish, shop, dine, dance, taste wine, craft beer, bike or watch a sunset. Saugatuck has countless possibilities to follow your passions and have a romantic getaway in Michigan. Infinite opportunities to enjoy a great travel and lodging experience. Eleven guest rooms have their own Private Baths, fireplaces, heavenly feather beds, sumptuous linens, plush robes, amazing attention to detail, original artwork, sculpture, fresh flowers, music collection, and library. Each room reflects our wish that your experience should be relaxing during your downtown Saugatuck getaway. Your stay also includes complimentary Farm To Table Breakfast, Afternoon Sweets & Treats, and Evening Sips & Small Plates at 6pm. You can enjoy a fully customized in-room massage or any of our other Special Offerings. Every morning begins with our abundant Farm to Table Breakfast with plenty of choices for every appetite. Indulge, or eat as healthy, as you wish. It may be the warm Pecan Sticky Buns, Pistachio Sausage, and Asparagus Frittata, our famous Blueberry Streusel Cake or the Homemade Granola and Fresh Berries that hit the spot. Our menu changes daily and, of course, with the season. Julee Rosso is a food writer, and teacher, who has served as a consultant to the food industry and is the owner of The Wickwood Inn in Saugatuck, Michigan. When, in 1977, Julee opened a small gourmet food shop in New York City, little did she and her partner realize how it would change their lives. The Silver Palate became a great favorite with Manhattanites, who, until then, were not in the habit of buying high-end take-out food. It was said of Julee and Sheila in 1981 that, “They changed the way America eats” by New York’s Newsday. The next year they wrote The Silver Palate Cookbook which was a runaway bestseller. Wickwood Inn is located just minutes away from the shores of Lake Michigan in Saugatuck, Michigan, less than three hours from Chicago and Detroit. Saugatuck is just off Interstate 196. Take exit #41 from the north or exit #36 from the south. Follow the signs to downtown Saugatuck and to Butler Street. We’re on the corner of Butler and Mary Streets, with our own parking lot in the rear.