A tranquil respite, J. Paule's Fenn Inn Bed and Breakfast is a great setting for those wanting a Michigan vacation near the popular Lake Michigan tourism destination of Saugatuck/Douglas. Hidden away on two country acres, the bed and breakfast was built around 1900 using an architectural style known as Country Four Square or Art Deco. Please make sure you check our web site for monthly specials... specials are only good if you book through us by calling 269-561-2836 Solid oak accents define the main floor, whose open layout flows from one room to another across a patterned wood floor. The cozy décor and eclectic furnishings reflect the hospitality of the owner, who has served as inn’s hostess since 1986. 2 rooms on the main floor are pet friendly for those guests who travel with their furry family members. (Please note their is a $20 per day fee per pet). We serves a full gourmet breakfast each day, from 8:30 am to 10am, featuring such menu delights as pecan French toast, stuffed French toast, and apple-puff pancakes. Guests can satisfy their morning appetites in the country-style dining room in the winter or an enclosed sun porch in the summer. The inn’s personal touch is evident each evening, when the hostess serves desserts, with coffee, tea, and wine from our local Fenn Valley winery just 2 miles from the Inn and is stamped with the inn’s own label—a charming keepsake for guests. The warmth of the hostess can be found in the lovely decorative touches all through the six guest rooms. Also with lots of extras and WIFI access is available throughout the inn. The inn’s charm spills outdoors to flowering gardens, dotted with gazebos, sitting areas, and a fountain—little niches where guests can claim their own calming oasis. A wrap-around porch, barbecue grills, picnic tables, fire pits, and decks further contribute to the inn’s atmosphere of cordiality. At J. Paule's Fenn Inn Bed and Breakfasts, hospitality and tranquility always combine to create the decisive getaway. The Inn is a destination and their guests say they are the "Best Kept Secret in Southwest Michigan".