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Published on Jun 1, 2009
The Douglas House Bed & Breakfast— a Wedgewood-blue, Queen Anne Victorian home built in 1904 —occupies a fine position in the picturesque village of Douglas. The house once owned by the prominent editor of the oldest newspaper in Michigan has recently been refurbished by a retired physician to accommodate guests Once again this bed and breakfast has taken its rightful place among distinguished and well manicured neighbors.
The Douglas House B&B has been completely renovated with the original charm, flavor and design intact. Upon arrival, guests are struck by the beauty of the Victorian foyer adorned with its elaborate French-antique mantle clock, East Lake cylinder-top desk and imported English grand father clock, which stands like a sentinel at the Inns front door. Though extensive world-wide travel has forged the Innkeeper's tastes and preferences, these are just a few of the timepieces throughout the Inn that reflect his keen interest in antique collections.
Every inch of Douglas House is an aesthetic pleasure and signs of a fastidious innkeeper are everywhere.