Aberdeen Stone Cottage

    Welcome to Aberdeen Stone Cottage Bed+Breakfast in Traverse City, Michigan. Like the stone cottages of Aberdeen, Scotland this charming B+B will delight you as it has other guests for over 15 years. From dune climbs to sun-filled days and starry nights at the beach; from skiing and snow-shoeing to paddleboarding and tall ships; from wineries and brew pubs to coffee houses and distilleries; from 5-star dining to inspired street food; and from the Cherry Festival to the Film Festival, Traverse City is vibrant 4 seasons of the year. Let us be your home base for all that the area has to offer. "A doily-free B&B!"

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    Reflecting the romantic Scottish Celtic tradition, this first-floor room is a lovely getaway for two with queen-size bed, en suite bath, and private walled garden with a small fountain. Quilts are original designs, completely hand-stitched and combined beautifully with duvet, fresh crisp linens, lovely pillows, and bright white towels for your comfort. Large wall-mounted flat-screen TV.

    This lovely upstairs room with a private bath is named for beautiful Scottish heather, which provided material for brooms and thatched roofs. Rest well under the eaves on a king-size bed dressed with gorgeous hand-stitched quilt and cozy duvets. Wall-mounted flat-screen TV. We offer personal amenities and abundant white towels. The Heather Room also has access to an adjacent attic room with a 1/2 sized door (see photo). Enjoy gazing out the small window or cozy up on the little futon with lots of pillows, quilts, books and games, lit by a charming antique lamp.

    We remember the Scottish America's Cup racing yacht, Thistle, with this comfortable second-storey room. Private bathroom is right down the hall. You'll enjoy climbing into bed beneath detailed hand-stitched quilt and soft duvets and four lovely pillows. Large wall-mounted flat-screen TV. Help yourself to personal amenities and abundant white towels, .

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    We're putting the finishing touches on repairs and other projects around this wonderful old house. So starting making your spring and summer plans for a visit now. See you soon!

    Built in 1896, this wood-sided home was "stoned up" in 1910. A special detail to bring good fortune was added: click the photo to read all about it!