Enjoy downtown Holland while staying at Centennial Inn. Art galleries, specialty stores, and fantastic restaurants await on Holland's heated sidewalks, all within easy walking distance. No matter what your interests, you won't be disappointed.
Come and enjoy Holland while staying at the Centennial Inn. Tour award-winning brewery production facilities, or stop in for a pint. No matter what your interests, you won't be disappointed...Warm yourself at Holland's outdoor fireplace while enjoying snow-free shopping at art galleries, upscale shopping, niche stores, and entertainment. Holland's heated downtown streets and sidewalks makes it comfortable . Join us for a memorable adventure.
The Centennial Inn is located within easy walking distance of downtown Holland as well as the Amtrak station (we offer "taxi" service to and from the station). At just over a half hour from Grand Rapids, the Centennial Inn is an easy commute from the Gerald R. Ford Airport. We do not serve breakfast as this allows our guests the freedom and flexibility of choosing the time and type of breakfast they want while enjoying the wide variety of restaurants in downtown Holland - all within easy walking distance.
Located right next to the Hope College campus, Centennial Inn is the ideal location for Hope College parents and visitors. Lake Macatawa, Big Red Light House, Holland State Park, Dutch Village, and much more are within a short driving distance. Holland is also a midway point to the nearby villages of Saugatuck/Douglas and the vacation offerings of Grand Haven. Grand Rapids' activities (Art Prize, DeVos Hall, VanAndell Arena, etc.) are also within easy driving distance. Enjoy city offerings and experience the beauty of the Lake Shore in one trip! Discounts available for multiple room rentals.
The Inn , an impressive modified Elizabethan style house, located in downtown Holland Michigan, was built in 1889 for Dr. and Mrs. Kremer. Thirty years later, it was sold to the City of Holland and became Holland's first hospital, then home to Hope College's Knickerbocker Fraternity, and finally the Netherlands Museum. In 1995, the house was purchased by Rein & Kay Wolfert who renovated and restored it back to its former glory. This lovely home contains 6 guest rooms each with its own private bathroom, TV, air conditioning/heating control and access to free Wi-Fi. Each room accommodates up to 2 guests. All rooms have queen-sized beds except room 1 which features a king-sized bed.
Accès des voyageurs
Free WIFI, Cable TV, guest dining room and seating area, front porch and side patio seating areas
Each room has a key fitted for the individual room and for the outside door. Guests may come and go as they please. Parking is on-site and free. Outdoor seating areas on the front porch and side yard are open for all guests. In addition there are seating areas on the first and second floors available for guest use. There is a group discount available.
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This impressive modified Elizabethan style house located in Holland Michigan was built in 1889 for Dr. and Mrs. Kremer. Thirty years later, it was sold to the City of Holland and became Holland's first hospital, then home to Hope College's Knickerbocker Fraternity, and finally the Netherlands Museum. In 1995, the house was purchased by Rein & Kay Wolfert who renovated and restored it back to its former glory. This lovely home contains 6 guest rooms each with its own bathroom, TV, air conditioning/heating control. Located within walking distance of downtown Holland's fine shopping, art galleries, Hope College, Lake Macatawa and much more. Downtown Holland offers many types of restaurants within walking distance of the Inn allowing our guests to select the time and type of breakfast (or any meal) they choose or enjoy a mini-continental breakfast before you head out to explore. Stay at Centennial Inn, leave your car in the parking lot and enjoy all downtown Holland has to offer on foot.