Cheryl & Frank are wonderful hosts. Their home dates back to the 19th Century and is beautifully furnished according to the period. Breakfast was always delicious and filling and served beautifully. Plenty of coffee & tea, fruit, cookies and cakes were available. My bedroom was wonderfully furnished and comfortable. Facilities overall met my needs. Plenty of parking. Cheryl & Frank have a lot of knowledge of the U.P., and Tahquamenon Falls especially. They made my initial visit to experience fall in the U.P. a positive and memorable experience.
This place is fantastic - a good old-fashioned inn set in beautiful grounds under the U.P. starry sky. My husband and I stayed here as a resting place on our way up to Marquette and as a base for seeing Taquamenon Falls. It is the best thing in Newberry. Cheryl, our hostess (who makes delicious breakfasts), and her husband Frank just made the experience even more pleasant. They are wonderful low-key hosts. The entire house is layered with fine and authentic details from the past, which take you back to a bygone era. We sat on the porch in the evening, drank our tea in the gazebo in the morning, read books together curled up on the sofa in the sitting room before bedtime, and had a yummy sleep in our comfy bed in the Gold Room for two nights. I can not recommend this B&B highly enough. Love, love, love it. Totally worth the trip to Newberry.
This place is amazing. So beautifully done. Each room is done with such beauty. Owners show so much care in this place. They treat you great as soon as you walk through the door. Our room was so pretty a d romantic. A amazing big tub...I was able to take a great bubble bath.
Food is amazing...top notch. Homemade French toast stuffed with peaches, coffee cake etc. Fresh coffee & juice. Homemade cookies at arrival. Very quiet. Flower gardens are beautiful. Definitly on my list to remember and recommend to others.
We spent 3 nights at The MacLeod House in the Gold room. There are many positive things to say about our experience. Cheryl is a wonderful host and cook. She makes you feel like you have been friends for years. I am amazed ( and pleased ) how well kept up the B&B was. There are so many pieces of furniture that are unique and eye catching and they fit the environment perfectly. It would take constant dusting and 'fluffing' to make things look as nice as they do, and they do it. The one negative for us was the claw foot tub/shower in the Gold room. I am fully aware that soaking in a claw foot tub is the perfect B&B experience for some, but this wasn't an escpecially large tub, and trying to make it work as a shower was difficult. When you closed all the surrounding bath curtains, it was a bit claustrophobic, and small enough, that wet curtains were always against some part of your body. Know too, that to get in the tub, it is 2 foot above floor level, so if you have knee or mobility issues, you should look at one of the other rooms. The setting is pastoral, and we enjoyed getting out of the cookie cutter national type motels. We would definately come back to The MacLeod House, but would select either the Suite or the Rose room, that has a more traditional bath set up.
We stayed here for two nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The breakfasts were delicious, as were the afternoon cookies! The room was very clean and the owners were extremely helpful and friendly.