Historic Webster House is a seven-room bed and breakfast located in Bay City, Michigan. It's located in the city's historic district, just a few blocks from the riverfront downtown. The Queen Anne-style inn was originally built in 1886 as a home for Judge Thomas E. Webster, though it has been fully renovated.
The following review was left by a traveler for a stay this winter.
"A Great Experience!"
My friend and I stayed at the Webster House while visiting Frankenmuth and the Bay City area. The innkeepers, Gail and Frank, were very hospitable and provided us with everything we needed. The house itself was stunning, especially dressed up for Christmas. The rooms were beautiful and very comfortable. We felt right at home.
We decided to order out that night rather than go to a restaurant, and Gail was very helpful in finding us a place that delivered. Frank even brought us homemade chocolate chip cookies for dessert! Complimentary wine and water was available on each floor, and wine and cheese were available in the parlor every evening. Breakfast of baked bananas, coffee cake, then eggs benedict with hash browns and bacon was absolutely delicious! And Gail wrapped up the leftovers for us to take with us! I would highy recommend this place if you're in the area. The prices were reasonable and the service and accomodations top notch!