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Romance in the Woods
Indulge yourself in a romantic getaway surrounded by 35 acres of peaceful and beautiful woodlands full of greenery and wildlife.
Pigeon Creek Inn of Holland, Michigan is a newly constructed romantic escape for all types of couples. While the area may primarily draw nature lovers, there is also great dining, shopping, festivals, art fairs, and theaters in Holland as well as the nearby towns of Grand Haven and Saugatuck.
The Inn sits just two miles away from the shore of Lake Michigan where lazy beach days are an enticing way to spend your summer vacation. For those looking for a little more active recreation, there are over 100 miles of bicycle and walking paths and eleven parks including Kirk Park, Tunnel Park, Pigeon Creek Park, and Spring Cove Park with a vast number of recreational activities available.
The large guestrooms at Pigeon Creek Inn have a cozy and relaxing atmosphere. They are each equipped with gas fireplaces, remote controlled air conditioning, flat screen televisions with DVD players and libraries, and whirlpool baths.
Each morning begins with a breakfast to kick start your day. Weekdays include a continental breakfast, but on Saturdays and Sundays, a warm home cooked breakfast is served at 9:30AM.
The uniqueness of Pigeon Creek Inn bed & breakfast in Holland, Michigan lies in the fact that it is not simply an old home converted to serve as a bed & breakfast, rather a new construction designed specifically to serve as a romantic getaway. A three season screened in porch with cathedral ceiling awaits anyone seeking a special place overlooking a wooded nature filled setting.
Grand Haven, Holland, and Saugatuck with all their festivals and activities are only a short scenic drive. You may have the opportunity to see wild life including deer and wild turkeys. Ottawa County's newest hiking and cross country skiing park is located adjacent to the property.
Shopping, dining, beaches, festivals, fishing, clay target shooting, art fairs, theater, bicycle paths are all nearby. Indoor parking is available for those who arrive on motorcycles. There are several uncrowded parks on Lake Michigan that are only available to township residents and their guests.
Ottawa County Area Information
Named for the Ottawa Indians who inhabited the area's forests, the County was established in 1837 when Michigan became a state. Fur trader Rix Robinson established the first permanent settlement in 1833 at the mouth of the Grand River; this fur trader post soon grew into the present day city of Grand Haven.
Ottawa County's location on Lake Michigan shoreline has long made it a vacation destination. From those early resorts of the Victorian Age. The County has continued to provide a rich variety of recreational opportunities - camping, hiking, fishing, biking, cross country skiing, boating, swimming, and so much more.
The Pigeon Creek Inn is located adjacent to Ottawa County's newest Park "The Pigeon River Greenway." Built along 1.5 miles of the Pigeon River, there are 6 miles of hiking and cross-country ski trails, a number of bridges and scenic overlooks, and a water trail for canoeists and kayakers.
We invite you to visit & enjoy any or all of the parks, which offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities:
Parks to Visit
- Kirk Park
- Tunnel Park
- Pigeon Creek Park
- North Beach Park
- Riverside Park
- Deer Creek Park
- Grand River Park
- Grose Park
- Hagar Park
- Spring Cove Park
For reservations or additional information about any Ottawa County Parks, contact:
Ottawa County Parks & Recreation Commission 12220 Fillmore Street West Olive, Mi 49460(616) 738-4810
Holidays At The Inn
This Winter banish cabin fever by spending a weekend at the Pigeon Creek Inn!. Enjoy Michigan's Winter wonderland beauty from a warm and cozy room. Enjoy the season no matter which it is Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter.
A new construction designed specifically to serve as a romantic getaway. Be the only skiers or snow shoe hikers on a trail. Celebrate Life! Fall in love again!
Pigeon Creek Inn is located 2 miles east of Lake Michigan halfway between Holland and Grand Haven.
There are over 10 public state, county, and township beaches on Lake Michigan between Holland and Grand Haven.
There is a public boat launch 3 miles away on Pigeon Lake.
There are great restaurants and shopping in Holland, Grand Haven, and nearby Saugatuck.
Ottawa county has over 100 miles of paved bicycle and walking paths as well as 11 parks.
There are great scenic motorcycle rides along Lakeshore Drive.
There is a public trap and skeet range 8 miles away.
Consumers Energy has a boardwalk from Pigeon Lake to the pier on Lake Michigan.