Top Rated Historic Victorian Bed & Breakfast in Frankenmuth Area

There is an endless amount of unique places to visit in Michigan, but how many can provide a well-rounded cultural experience with a comfortable place to stay off the beaten path? Now that’s a much shorter list, and at the top of it, you will find the German-rich town of Frankenmuth – one of Michigan’s most popular tourist destinations, and just a half hour away is the decadent Victorian Himelhoch Bed & Breakfast eagerly awaiting your arrival.

Also known as Little Bavaria, Frankenmuth is decked out from head to toe in German elegance with signature restaurants, historic locations, museums, fun-filled festivals, exclusive shops, and much more all awaiting your arrival. Let’s first take a stroll through the food department.

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Grab Some Grub

Renowned for their savory breaded chicken and all-you-can-eat dinners, Zehnder’s and Bavarian Inn restaurants are perfect choices for you and your family. In fact, Zehnder’s is America’s largest family restaurant with available seating for more than 1,500 guests; it goes without saying that this is an experience you won’t want to miss out on.

However, maybe you are searching for a taste of another culture for a change of pace. Try da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant featuring authentic Italian dishes, specialty pizzas, stromboli, sandwiches and more; or opt for delicious Sicilian pizza and the popular, original creation, Pasta Pitza, that keeps customers returning for more at Tiffany’s Food & Spirits.

After dinner, you can satisfy your sweet tooth at the delightful SugarHigh Bakery with a spread of gourmet cupcakes and Italian gelato. Lunch, dinner, and dessert are covered, but what about breakfast? Add a touch of Paris to your life with La Crepe du Jour featuring over 25 varieties of crepes perfectly paired with delectable espresso drinks and coffee.

Time for Drinks

Ready for a night out German-style? Be sure to make a pit-stop at the Frankenmuth Brewery; it has a reputation for award-winning lagers, ales, and beers. With patio dining along Cass River, Michigan’s oldest brewery certainly deserves your attention. On a similar note, you can expand your palette’s horizon at the Lager Mill with over 400 craft beers from around the world, and enjoy over 2,500 pieces of authentic German glassware. If you’re looking for a wide variety of bar delights, try Prost Wine Bar & Charcuterie; offering craft beer, cocktails, and six wines on tap to cover all of your beverage desires.

Explore Frankenmuth

Now that you’ve tasted the city’s best, we want you to explore Frankenmuth and all of its splendor. Take a tour of the historic city by land or by sea with a Carriage Ride, Bavarian Belle Riverboat, or Frankenmuth FunShips. If a carriage ride suits your fancy, you’ll experience all of the remarkable attractions in town including the covered bridge, River Place, and Main Street. You can peruse the city’s attractions via paddleboat in the Bavarian Belle Riverboat and enjoy a narrated tour, or try the Frankenmuth FunShips for a roundabout in an electric-powered boat.

What are you waiting for?

If it isn’t apparent that Frankenmuth is packed full of diverse sights and activities, then make the trip and see all of its grandeur for yourself. And, what a better way to spend your night after an exciting day in Frankenmuth than our luxurious Victorian Himelhoch Bed & Breakfast in Caro – it’s the perfect touch of tranquility to cap off an extraordinary getaway. Call today to reserve your room or simply inquire about our upcoming deals!

Myer & Rosa Suite

Welcome to Himelhoch Bed & Breakfast’s most popular room: the Myer & Rosa suite. Guests lucky enough to stay in this spacious and luxurious suite often end up only leaving their room for breakfast each morning!

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Golda Mae Suite

Welcome to one of Himelhoch Bed & Breakfast’s most popular rooms: the Golda Mae suite. Guests fortunate enough to stay in this spacious and historic luxurious suite often unwind in the large jacuzzi tub with the fireplace roaring after enjoying wraparound views from the suite’s many windows.

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Golda Mae Suite

Welcome to one of Himelhoch Bed & Breakfast’s most popular rooms: the Golda Mae suite. Guests fortunate enough to stay in this spacious and historic luxurious suite often unwind in the large jacuzzi tub with the fireplace roaring after enjoying wraparound views from the suite’s many windows.

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Coral Room

Himelhoch Bed & Breakfast’s Coral room is aptly named after Myer and Rosa Himelhoch’s youngest daughter. The quaint Coral room is adorned with beautiful 19th century furnishings including a majestic hand carved double bed where guests can relax while listening to the tranquil sounds from our koi pond’s waterfall just below the room’s upstairs window.

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