Snuggled behind a Princeton Gold Norway Maple and Pat’s flower garden (or the festive seasonal inflatables), the 9-room inn (6 king beds, 3 queen beds) is downtown on the Central Campus of the University of Michigan kitty corner from the Power Center for the Performing Arts, 1/2 mile from vibrant Main Street, Michigan Union, Michigan Medical Center, City Hall, Michigan Theater, The Ark, and Kerrytown’s Zingerman’s Deli. There are 47 dinner-class restaurants, the 144-stall covered, permanent Farmers Market, and 120 other places to eat within on
Graduate of St Andrews High School, Charleston, South Carolina, 1962, BA University of South Carolina, 1966 Director of Development and Alumni Relations at the School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan (retired, 2000). Owner and Innkeeper since 2003. Author "Twenty for Breakfast" (Amazon), a look at the unexpected realities of innkeeping with insights on how to manage daily challenges with humor and success.