About The Inn of Saugatuck
After nearly two decades Highbanks Gallery of Saugatuck has expanded its horizons and become the Inn of Saugatuck. It will surely become your favorite place to stay when visiting our quaint town.
The Inn was originally built in 1904 as the residence for the Koenig Hardware Store owners. It was the second largest version of a Sears and Roebuck catalogue house ~ original cost of $1800! The special craftsmanship involved in restoration is evident everywhere you turn at the Inn of Saugatuck. Elegantly decorated, the Inn possesses all of the original oak woodwork and unique Victorian trim, and reminds one of the gracious style and charm of days past.
A variety of beautiful, spacious guest suites are available, each with a private bath. The master suite includes an over-sized walk in rain shower and fireplace. As a perfect beginning to your day, a scrumptious breakfast is served in our spectacular kitchen.
In 2017 we changed our name from Saugatuck's Victorian Inn to the Inn of Saugatuck.