Saturday, December 8, 2012
Bedandbreakfast.com, a premier source for information on bed and breakfast inns, has named Historic Webster House one of the top ten bed and breakfasts in the United States! We are honored just to be considered for this award, and could not have done it without our wonderful guests. The main criteria considered for this award were quality, and quantity of guest reviews. It is very rewarding to read the numerous reviews stating that Historic Webster House is a destination, not just a place to stay when you are in the Bay City and Frankenmuth area. Thank you past guests for all of the kind reviews on tripadvisor.com and bedandbreakfast.com, we look forward to seeing you again. We also look forward to greeting the many new faces the future will bring, and showing them why we are a top destination in Michigan for romantic getaways, girls night out, and so much more.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The Webster House was pleased to participate in the B and B for Vets program again this year. The B and B for Vets program was started by an innkeeper in West Virginia a few years ago. Since then, it has spread across the country. The program offers discounted rooms each year on Veteran’s Day to military personnel – active, retired and veteran – as a gesture of thanks for their service. We also offer a 15% discount to active military throughout the year, Sundays through Thursdays throughout the year. I am sure all of you will agree that these men and women deserve our gratitude for the sacrifices they have made for our country.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
One of the many things to do in the area during your stay at the Webster House is to visit Dow Gardens in Midland. While one might think of it as a place to go in the spring, summer or fall, it is a year-round garden. The plant life in the Conservatory was as beautiful and interesting as the many butterflies that inhabited the exhibit. On the walk to the Conservatory, we enjoyed such beautiful landscaping along well-groomed pathways and walkways, streams and ponds. It is a very tranquil place. You can enjoy a stroll through the 110-acre botanical garden with its exciting horticultural displays, but there are also many activities scheduled througout the year at the garden: Art in the Garden, Lunchtime Concerts, Friday Outdoor Movie Nights, Folk Music Sundays, Christmas Walks. You can also tour the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired Alden B. Dow home. It is a garden for all seasons to be enjoyed!