Sherwood Forest Bed & Breakfast
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Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast is located in Douglas, Michigan, just less than a block away from Lake Michigan, in a forest setting.
Our Victorian-style home is enriched with hardwood floors, leaded-glass windows, wraparound porch and oak staircase creating the inviting elegance of our Inn.
The spacious guest rooms are complete with antiques and traditional furniture, cozy wing chairs, and Oriental rugs. There are two suites with Jacuzzi & fireplaces. Another has a mural that transforms the room high up into the Tree-loft in a middle of a field surrounded by woods.
Behind the house is a heated swimming pool provided with a secluded and tranquil feeling from the surrounding woods. The eastern shore of Lake Michigan and the Douglas Public Beach are one-half block away, while Saugatuck's Oval Beach and marinas are just minutes away. Use Sherwood Forest's bicycles to explore the scenic lakeshore or for a short ride into charming Saugatuck. In the winter, nearby parks and trails are available for cross-country skiing or hiking.
Saugatuck, just 2 miles away, offers many shopping and fine dining opportunities. Or for a delicious in-house catered dining experience, try the "Famous Chefs of Saugatuck" dinner packages, available at Sherwood Forest November-April.
Each morning a sumptuous breakfast is served in the lace-curtained dining room or on the gracious wraparound porch.
Your hosts, Keith and Susan Charak, were drawn to Western Michigan by its beauty and innumerable charms. They look forward to sharing their enthusiasm for the area with their guests.
Sherwood Forest is AAA, American Bed & Breakfast Association, Mobil and Lake to Lake Bed & Breakfast Association inspected and approved.
The Shewood Forest Bed and Breakfast and Chef Jim LaPerriere offer enjoyable cooking classes for guests.
Culinary classes are highly interactive and are designed around the interests of the class, and for your enjoyment.
For more information about the classes, such as cost and availability, please visit the "Cooking Classes" page of our website. Or you can call or email us directly.
- Art galleries
- Antique and gift shops
- Public golf courses
- State parks
- Boat charters and tours
- Summer theater
- Sailing and canoeing