Hall House Bed & Breakfast
Located halfway between Detroit and Chicago,
"Yes, there really is a Kalamazoo."
Hall House neighbors the wooded hillside campus of Kalamazoo College, moments from Western Michigan University and downtown Kalamazoo.
Follow the brick path to our front door, stroll inside on marble front stairs, and step into the splendor of our Pewabic tile entryway. We welcome you to Hall House for a relaxing bed and breakfast stay.
Prominent contractor Henry L. Vander Horst built Hall House in 1923 as his private residence. The Italian marble, Detroit Pewabic tile and ceiling artwork are some of the signs that you're in for a special stay. Today, visitors can still enjoy the Georgian Revival home's exceptional craftsmanship
Many of our guests enjoy the following events or local attractions:
- Bells Brewery Eccentric Cafe
- The State Theater
USTA Boys 18 & 16 National Championship Tournament.
(We are the closest lodging - courts are just across the street)
- International Congress on Medieval Studies at WMU
- NSRA Street Rod Nationals North
- Gilmore International Keyboard Festival
- The Air Zoo
- Gilmore Car Museum
- Kal-Haven Bike Trail
- Kalamazoo Nature Center