This Queen Anne style house began its life as a parsonage in 1893 and was moved to the current location in 1987. When you step inside our Michigan Bed and Breakfast you are greeted by gleaming hardwood floors, graceful tulip light fixtures and ceiling fans. The five guestrooms
are off the narrow hallway, which allows for maximum privacy and comfort. All of our travel accommodations have central air and heating and wireless internet service.
In the kitchen/breakfast room area you will find beverages, glassware, a "bottomless" cookie jar and popcorn always available. The hearty breakfast consists of seasonal fresh fruit, juices, the signature dish of Michigan Baked Oatmeal, plus pancakes, waffles, French toast or an egg dish, freshly baked breads and locally roasted, freshly ground coffee and tea. This hearty meal is served every morning in the breakfast room adjacent to the kitchen where discussion of the days plans and activities are shared. Innkeeper, Chris Mason has published a cookbook, Fifteenth Anniversary: Best of Breakfast Menus & Recipes.
Guests say that the Parish House Inn reminds them of the quaint small hotels or "Pensiones" found in the villages and town of Europe. Historic Ypsilanti, founded in 1829 and located on the Huron river, also has the European tradition of a walkable city with Pubs, restaurants, shops, museums and parks.