The Inn was built at the turn of the 20th century and is located just off Main Street on the edge of what is called The Old West Side of Ann Arbor.
It is nestled on a quiet, tree-lined street only a five-minute walk from downtown Ann Arbor or the U-M football stadium, and ten minutes to U-M's North Campus facilities, including Ross Business School and the Law School.
Our address is 549 S First Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. First Street is a one-way (North to South) street two blocks west of Main Street. We are on the east side of the street between Jefferson on the north and Madison on the south. Our Blog address is firststreetgardeninn.wordpress.com.
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We have two guest rooms you can choose from, each with a private restroom.
The Garden suite has a sitting room and en suite bath, and its bedroom is a little larger than the Art Deco bedroom. Both rooms sleep two people.
While our facilities are very comfortable, please keep in mind they are in a house over 100 years old. This means the bedrooms are on the second floor and are smaller than modern structures.
While it takes a few extra seconds for hot water to come up from the basement, the vast majority of our guests have no problem with anything and consider their stay with us exceptional.
Custom breakfast and high-speed wireless Internet are included in the cost of your room. Both guest rooms include a telephone and clock, and there is a TV in the Garden Suite sitting room.
The Inn is an ALLERGY FRIENDLY environment as it is pet-free and non-smoking. The fully air-conditioned home offers a cozy, romantic blend of past and present.
A piano, stereo, and afternoon tea are available, and all guests are welcome to share the den to watch TV. Throughout the inn are many comfortable antiques, original hardwood floors, decorative woodwork, and stained glass windows.
Rates range from $150-$175 per night. We have a two-night minimum stay with discount pricing for long-term guests and special event pricing.
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