The Grand Victorian | 402 N. Bridge St. | Bellaire MI
Phone 231 533-6111 -or- Book a Room
This was by far the best lodging experience my wife and I have had! The innkeepers, the staff was very friendly and go out of their way to make sure everything is absolutely perfect! Each night, we had a plate of homemade treats waiting for us in our room. Each morning..." - Read more...
Choose your room at the premier Northern Michigan Bed and Breakfast and join hundreds of enthusiastic guests who have made us one of Michigan's top rated B&B's on TripAdvisor.
Our central location is convenient for excursions to nearby Traverse, Charlevoix, Torch Lake, Petoskey and Mackinaw.
Complete your romantic Michigan getaway with a short walk to fine dining at Lulu's
Bistro or kick back at Shorts Brewery and experience Michigan's finest award-winning micro-brews! Other guest favorites such as the Blue Pelican or Lakeview Restaurant are just a short drive from Bellaire.
Winter Closure: Please note we will be closed this winter from January 11 to March 10, 2015.
Gift Certificates. We offer Grand Victorian Gift Certificates - the gift "that keeps on giving". These make great special occasion gifts for family, friends, relatives and co-workers. These can be made our for an amount or for a specific room, your choice.
Featured in the official "2012 Michigan Travel Ideas" guide!
National Geographic identified Traverse City as "One of the Best Summer Trips for 2012" - right here in northwestern Michigan!
Other local attractions include Shanty Creek Resort for golf and world-class Torch Lake for sailing and boating.
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See more highlights of Bellaire in a recent
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We are within walking distance of several down-town retail shops offering an eclectic mix of northern Michigan wares. Don't miss Uniquely North and the Sassy Sunflower! Before leaving, pick up some of the area's best selection of fresh meats and fish at the Bellaire Smokehouse.
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is located in beautiful Antrim County Michigan, home to
Michigan's famed 'Chain of Lakes'