The foot bridge is the first step to the special charm of Bridgewalk. The bridge leads you across a meandering brook to the front porch where you may enjoy the rockers or porch swing in the shade of wonderful old maple trees.
Built in 1895 by James Cameron, an early settler and lumber baron, the Inn reflects the gracious appointments of a more elegant era: large airy windows, pocket doors, high ceilings, and woodwork of birds-eye maple, cherry and mahogany. The downstairs common area is a place to relax, read in front of the fireplace, play the baby grand piano, listen to music, watch TV, or a movie.
2287 S Main St, P.O. Box 399
Central Lake, Michigan, 49622, United States
NOTE: All information and images was borrowed from the Bridgewalk website to help promote the region’s bed and breakfasts. http://www.bridgewalkbandb.com/