Located on a small hobby farm, the Hutch is a cozy bed and breakfast that's ideal whether you're visiting Hillsdale College, searching for antiques in Allen, or just looking for peace and quiet. Come stay in a comfortable apartment where you can relax and bring the kids.

Walk in from your private entrance on the cedar deck. An open-concept living room and kitchen area await you; help yourself to the shelves with a good selection of books and table games, and don't forget to sign our guestbook.

Sleep well in a lovely master bedroom at The Hutch, a bed and breakfast in Hillsdale, MI.
The Hutch sleeps up to five guests. The bedroom has a king-size bed, and the rest of the family can spread out on the futon (1-2 people) and the love seat bed (great for a child or maybe a teen); there's also an IKEA folding mattress that can be placed on the floor and used for another child.

Enjoy a full kitchen at The Hutch, a bed and breakfast in Hillsdale, MI.The kitchen features a full-size refrigerator/freezer, stove, oven, and
microwave; you'll find the cabinets and drawers stocked with pots, pans, dishes, kitchen tools, etc. In the walk-in closet near the kitchen, there's a Whirlpool washer and dryer as well as an iron and ironing board. Stay warm with our heat in winter or cool off in the air conditioning during the summer. You'll also enjoy high-speed Wifi Internet.

Enjoy the beautiful bay windows at The Hutch, a bed and breakfast in Hillsdale, MI.Inside the apartment, two big bay windows give lovely views overlooking the woods and gardens. Outside, there's a large lawn with a fire ring and firewood in the woods, on the Hutch's side of the property (the west side, closest to the the road). If you want us to build a fire for you, we will.

Smoking is not permitted inside; you may smoke on the deck or grounds. Pets are not allowed.

Hutch History: 

We built this apartment in 2006 for my mother, who spent her last years with us. Since my mother's passing in 2010, we have used her place to show hospitality to friends and family, and in 2013, we decided to dub the place "The Hutch" and list it on airbnb. 

It has been a joy to host so many different kinds of people through Airbnb. We have enjoyed such a diverse and wonderful group of guests from all over the world and so many cultures and backgrounds. We have learned so much, as they have briefly shared their lives with us, and as we have shared our home and farm with them.

We can honestly say that we have not had one single bad experience with guests. We have also been very proud to have consistently earned Airbnb's "Superhost" award. However, in 2016, we decided to slowly move away from Airbnb for several reasons and are now trying to work with guests directly