ROOMS + RATES + PACKAGES
All accommodations offer a private bath and queen-size bed, European-style decor and expansive views of the bay, orchards and vineyards. A full gourmet breakfast is always included including warm pastries and fresh-brewed coffee, tea and espresso. A limestone fireplace provides the warm focus for the shared common room; outside, stone walkways, trellised patios and lush gardens invite you to stay awhile.
THE GARDEN ROOM: $185 (NOV-APR) / $265 (MAY-OCT)
The Garden Room overlooks the Inn’s herb garden and the surrounding cherry orchards. The room’s vaulted ceiling gives luxurious flair and space to the quaint warm feeling already offered. A stone rain shower adds to the connection with the outdoors.
BARN-WOOD ROOM: $225 (NOV-APR) / $325 (MAY-OCT)
The Barn-wood Room offers the comforting feelings of a rustic farmhouse, with added luxury from leather seating and a private fireplace. The adjacent sun-room provides breathtaking views of the Inn’s vineyards, orchards and even East Bay in the distance. In the Fall, the Barn-wood Room has the best view of the hardwood forest when it’s bursting with color. The private bath offers a decorative tub/shower combination with a unique arched seat in the tub.
VINEYARD ROOM: $295 (NOV-APR) / $395 (MAY-OCT)
The Vineyard suite provides the most luxurious of the Grey Hare Inn’s accommodations with a spacious Jacuzzi bath and semi-private terrace. The bedroom features a mahogany four poster canopy bed, comfortable vineyard armchairs and an antique mahogany dresser. A private sun-room offers a second area for reading, watching TV or eating a private breakfast. The sitting room sofa also folds out into a queen size bed, perfect for accommodating extra guests. The views from this room offer the unique ambiance of what is “Northern Michigan Wine Country”.
WHOLE INN RENTAL ($2000 TWO-NIGHT MINIMUM)
+ $1000 each additional night
%10 discount if your stay exceeds 3 nights
Access to all three rooms and their amenities.
Private use of the entire Bed and Breakfast and all it’s indoor and outdoor amenities.
Complimentary full-gourmet breakfast included each morning inside or outside (weather permitting).
The packages offered below are based on the cost for the least expensive room: The Garden Room. At an additional cost, the package may be upgraded to a different room. A full gourmet breakfast and the nightly turn-down treat are always included in the packages offered. Additional amenities are offered in order for guests to create their own custom package. Please call for details.
SNOW SHOE PACKAGE ($325/PERSON)
– 2 nights of luxurious and scenic accommodations with complimentary use of the inn’s rustic trails
– Plus one hour couples massage
– Protein balanced gourmet breakfasts to get you ready for another day on the trails
-Gourmet Hot Chocolate by the fire
ROMANTIC GETAWAY PACKAGE ($375/PERSON)
– Includes 2 nights of luxurious accommodations
– Your choice of either:
A) Chocolate covered strawberries with Champagne
B) French cheese selection with a bottle of wine
Plus the choice of –
1. A 60 Minute Couples Massage
2. Dinner for two at Amical French Bistro, or one of the fine dining establishments on Old Mission Peninsula (represents a $100 total gift certificate)
Room upgrades –
Barn-Wood: + $75/person
Vineyard: + $125/person
Packages amenity upgrades –
Add any amenity from a different package at additional cost, or increase length of stay.
Wines From French- American Hybrids Early varieties produced wines of marginal quality. However, continued breeding efforts employing superior vinifera varieties back-crossed to 1st and 2nd generation inter specific varieties or selections have resulted in a number of varieties capable of producing quality wines.
Baco Noir – has been part of the wine grape scene in Michigan for at least 40 years. The vine is vigorous and produces small tight clusters. Grapes ripen in mid-season and produce a deeply pigmented red wine that has been described as “Rhone style” or “Beaujolais”.
Chancellor – wine quality among the better of the French – American Hybrids.
Leon Millot – a wine with an unmistakable deep purple robe and a dense blackberry-like aroma. Even though it is a dry red wine, fermenting whole Millot grapes preserves its deliciously straightforward juicy grape essence. Typically ripens in early September. Excellent with fowl, particularly turkey or coq au vin.
Marechal Foch – sister seedling of Leon Millot. The fruit is early ripening. Wines can be made in traditional varietal style but is evaluated more favorably when blended with a higher tannin grape or wine. Marechal Foch also has excellent potential for production of nouveau wines via carbonic maceration. Wines of a blush style have also been produced from grapes pressed at the time of crush.
Vidal – the white wines made can be quite versatile ranging from off dry Germanic style wines to dry barrel-fermented table wines.
Traminette – a cross of Joannes Syre 23.416 and Gerwurztraminer released in 1996. Wine quality is excellent, nearly identical to Gerwurztraminer.
Wine Grapes Available for Purchase
Reserve your selection now to be available for 2020 harvest at the Grey Hare Inn, Vineyard Bed and Breakfast. 231-947-2214