Holland straddles the southern border of Ottawa County and the northern border of Allegan County. These counties are located in the west Michigan region. Holland is home to many fine B&B establishments. Spring comes to Holland with the start of the Tulip Time Festival, as hundreds of tulips start to go into full bloom. If you are visiting the Tulip Time Festival, and desire less rustic accommodations, consider staying in a Holland bed and breakfast or a Holland inn. Starting with a European lantern parade, Holland holds the Dutch Winterfest to start the holiday season. Designed with authentic Dutch architecture, Nelis' Dutch Village has many import shops. With go-karts, laser tag, and a pizza and pasta buffet, Craig's Cruiser's is bound to keep the whole family occupied all day. Visit Pietro's Italian Restaurant, and you will find a menu of wood-fired pizzas and pasta, as well as homemade Italian breads. Bringing Ireland to Holland, the Curragh is an authentic Irish pub.
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6 East 24th Street & Central Avenue, Holland, Michigan
The Tulip Time festival is May 4-11! Call today to reserve your room!
Lovely residential setting convenient to shops, Lake Michigan beaches, fine dining, golf, theatre, art antiques.
120 South Church Street, Zeeland, Michigan
19th Century French Italianate Mansion offering renowned southern hospitality and a tradition of style, beauty & comfort. Located close to beautiful downtown Holland, Michigan and Lake Michigan.
P.o. Box 1019,, 510 Butler Street, Saugatuck, Michigan
Award winning Silver Palate Cookbook author creates an exquisite Inn. The boutique hotel, located in downtown Saugatuck, is open all year & offers complimentary champagne brunch & evening appetizers.