Every room tells a story at this Lake Michigan retreat.
In a corner of Ludington, where the timeless waves of Lake Michigan playfully kiss the shore, stands the Ludington House, a sanctuary of Victorian elegance and historic charm. A beacon of sophistication, this iconic landmark has witnessed the tapestry of time unfurling and captivating those who step within its venerable walls.
A truly timeless getaway.
Ludington House is a living testament to an era gone by. Designed in 1878 by the renowned lumber baron Antoine Cartier, this Queen Anne Victorian masterpiece was intended to be more than just a residence—it was a symbol of aspiration and opulence. Through its stately corridors and ornate designs, the House paints a story of Ludington's ambitious past. Today it stands gracefully, preserving the tales and memories of a vibrant community.
Crafted by barons, cherished by guests.
Every room at Ludington House is a microcosm of history, some resonating with Victorian affluence, others echoing the serene vibes of Lake Michigan's sandy embrace. Whether it's the soft down feather pillows, the plush bathrobes, or the spa-quality bath products, every aspect has been curated to envelop guests in unparalleled luxury.
Every morning at the Ludington House brings a culinary journey. The homemade breakfasts offer a taste of local delicacies and classic favorites. While the estate itself teases the palate with delightful gastronomic experiences, it also serves as a portal to Ludington's vibrant downtown culinary scene. From local eateries offering Michigan's finest to artistic cafes that play with flavors, your taste buds are in for a treat.