Welcome to Maple Cove Bed and Breakfast. When we were writing this introduction it gave us a chance to reflect on the past 20 years in our home. When I first walked into Maple Cove or the Fruehauf estate as it was known to us but was named Ridge Wood Farms by the Fruehauf’s, I was enthralled. Two staircases, a kitchen with a pastry counter, what! Loads of charm! Poor Mark, he was doomed to hear about it unceasingly and I mean unceasingly!
We bought the house, knowing that there would be a few things to fix and tweak and that some day, with the townships approval of course, we would convert it into a Bed and Breakfast! And we have. The suites are luxuriously outfitted for comfort and relaxation. We want you to stay and enjoy the house and the area. Should you choose to go venturing, we are close to Oxford, Lake Orion, Romeo and Rochester. Come start your journey with us. Let me take you on a tour of the house…
All of the suites have a king size bed, wifi access and TV’s. In the summer you are free to enjoy the front porch, and the pool. The grounds are yours to enjoy year round. We have 14 acres of tamed and untamed land.
We are located in beautiful Leonard Michigan in Northern Oakland County. Located minutes away from Lake Orion, Oxford, Metamora, Romeo and Rochester. Just far enough to have that country feel, but close enough to some great activities .
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