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DeLano Mansion Inn Bed and Breakfast
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302 Cutler St Allegan, MI 49010
302 Cutler StreetUSMichiganAllegan49010
(269) 686-0240delanoinn.com
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Romance and elegance all in one location. Step back in time to the elegant Victorian Era when you stay in the DeLano Mansion Inn, built in 1863.  The decorating will amaze you as you step into one of the six rooms you have chosen.  Wander through the first floor dining room and two parlors, picking a good book or movie and a snack or two before heading to your room.  After a stay at our Inn, you will be relaxing and looking forward to the next time you could stay with us. 
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1863 inn featuring lavish Victorian decor, many breakfast options & 2 parlors with games.- Google
"Despite being a Victorian-eta house, the stay was extremely comfortable."
"The Innkeepers can tell you about the history of this lovely painted lady."
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Amanda Rodgers
in the last week
The rooms were absolutely lovely. Despite being a Victorian-eta house, the stay was extremely comfortable. The entire house has been updated to have all the modern accoutrements without losing any of the historical feel. Breakfast was wonderful, and the town is within easy walking distance (1-2 blocks). Additional things to go do and see such as famous breweries and skiing are within easy driving distance.
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Marni Szafranski
5 months ago
My eleven year old daughter and I spent a night in honor of her 4.0 GPA. Marcia is a friendly and welcoming inn keeper, her astute attention to detail, from providing cozy bathrobes to elegant antique dishes, made the experience absolutely magical. The ambiance is filled with sophisticated history. We had a perfectly lovely visit. My daughter loved the feeling of "being sooo fancy". Highly recommend!
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Cindy Schierbeek
4 months ago
We booked the French Garden suite for the weekend and it was everything we wanted and more! The breakfasts were delicious and the hosts very gracious. We are definitely planning on returning.
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Dayle Michalak
11 months ago
Fabulous mansion! Charming venue makes any occasion special. Very clean & beds are comfy. All the rooms are beautifully decorated. The Innkeepers can tell you about the history of this lovely painted lady. Having a professional photographer on site to capture your memories is priceless! We enjoyed wine on the spacious porch in the evening & a delicious hot breakfast skillfully prepared by Marcia. It's all in the details.***GREAT VALUE! FRIENDLY SERVICE!***
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Nate Bishop
in the last week
I visited the Delano inn bed and breakfast on the recommendation of a friend. The house itself is beautiful and huge, and a quick walk to the downtown area. The hostess that greeted us was very friendly and offered some recommendations on where to get dinner. We ended up driving to Kalamazoo. The room we stayed in was charming and the bed was comfortable.
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Daniel Zahn
a week ago
2nd time at the Delano Mansion Inn. Great place to stay away from the beaten path but lose enough to many attractive areas such as South Haven, Grand Rapids, etc. Great value.
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Bethany Neigebauer
in the last week
Fantastic stay, room was beautiful and breakfast was delicious.
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Laura Brooks
2 years ago
The inn itself is beautiful and authentically restored in a tasteful manner, but it is in need of better customer service given the high room rates. Specifically... Customers have no climate control of their rooms, so on an unusually hot spring night we were rather uncomfortably warm. The outside temp was 86 degrees and the management was less than accommodating when I stated that our room was warm. She adjusted the temp but on the morning we were checking out and only when my boyfriend suggested it. Our room, the Davis, was lovely but connected to the library, so there is a lack of privacy that should be noted in the web site description. The inn promotes in room jacuzzis for two people. My boyfriend and I are on the slender side, and it was still a bit cramped for both of us, but still a really nice amenity. The breakfasts were disappointing. There was little variety; link sausage was served every morning, and it tasted like it was bought in bulk at Costco. Pancakes were dry and the French toast was flogged in some sort of weird banana concoction that left a coating and rendered the bread so soggy it was barely edible. It was like eating a saturated sponge. The manager clearly prefers male customers. She was rude to me on more than one occasion. She poured coffee for my boyfriend and didn't bother to offer me any. My breakfast plate was cleared before I was finished with my meal and the next day she took the initiative to downsize my plate by serving me only one crepe. When I mentioned casually that it was warm in our room, my comment was dismissed and I was told that I could cool off when we went out to dinner. It was really obnoxious. I am not by any means demanding or difficult, but clearly the manager had some issue with me. We had a towel stained with what looked like old, dried blood. All this for a $600 three night stay?!? Hardly worth it. This is too bad because there is a lot of potential for this to be a great place.
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