Step back in time and leave your busy schedule behind as you enter the grounds of The Hexagon House, the finest of Pentwater, Michigan bed and breakfast inns. The beautiful and historic home sits back 400 feet from the road with 3 acres of beautifully manicured lawn and gardens. Let your romantic getaway in Michigan begin when you first open the door of the Hexagon House B&B. The Victorian Parlor features a fully restored hickory floor, oak fireplace surround and library nook. At the end of your day, enjoy a quiet moment relaxing by the fireplace, marvel at the starry skies from our spacious wrap around porches, or enjoy a glass of wine as you stroll through our fragrant gardens.
The Hexagon House Bed & Breakfast was built in 1870 by S. E. Russell as a boarding house for lumbermen visiting Pentwater from Chicago and around the great lakes. Back then one could climb up into the cupola and see ships arriving out on Lake Michigan. Today, of course, the trees have reached a height where the lake is no longer visible. Only Pentwater Lake is still visible to the south along Russell Road. The Hexagon House has only changed hands six times since its original construction and was completely restored in 1996 by Curt and Jan Warners. Together, they transformed this jewel of Pentwater into one of the premier inns to experience during your West Michigan travels.
All guestrooms include a smoke-free environment, central air and heat, private baths and gourmet breakfast. Each of the guestrooms on the 2nd floor, offers a Queen size bed, television and entrance onto the porch. The 1st floor Cottage Rose Suite features something you will truly want – a King size bed, window seat overlooking the gardens and a Jacuzzi tub. The private porch and antique wicker swing complete the experience.
Take some to explore our wide variety of Packages and Specials for even more ideas of how to create an unforgettable experience for that special someone in your life. Come experience for yourself the energy and spirit of the Hexagon House. Discover the secrets of the “Shape of Serenity.”
Make sure to check out the newly-renovated Carriage House.
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