Guest Reviews

Here’s what guests say about Bonnie’s Parsonage 1908 Bed & Breakfast:

February, 2013
What a pleasure to meet such a vivacious & interesting lady as yourself! We really enjoyed the journey into “days gone by” – especially in light of the pastor’s families that lived in the house. May the Lord belss you and continue to give you health & strength!
~ Pastor Jerry & Karen – Bowling Green, Ohio

September, 2012
Dear Bonnie, Excuse my bad English. I would like to thank warmly for your unusual generous and charming hospitality. I will keep the days in your house always in best memory.
~ Maniley – Berlin, Germany

August, 2012
You really made us feel welcome. Such an interesting and history-filled home with so much to see – and lovingly maintained. I loved the orchid in the bedroom – such a special touch. Thanks for everything!
~ Karen T. – Bloomington, Indiana

August, 2012
Everyone has a special gift, but not all find it, and very few can make a living on it. Your gift is “hospitality” and we were the beneficiaries of it this weekend. Thank you.
~ Cathy & John M. – Fort Wayne, Indiana

Thank you so very much! The house is lovely, our breakfast was so romantic. Thank you for accommodating my food allergies. We had a wonderful time here in Holland and you made it special.
~ Nicole & Ian. – Birmingham, MI

December, 2012
Thank you for the wonderful hospitality you extended while I was stranded in Holland on Christmas Eve. Because of your kindness, what could have ruined my trip became the best part!
~ Kathleen H. – Aurora, Colorado :: Read the whole adventure!

July, 2000
It’s a walk back in time when life was simply at its best;
there’s plenty of rooms for a good night’s rest.

A place of contentment where you can sleep with windows opened all night
and dream of baked pancakes that are just out of sight.

A place of charm and wit as you gaze back on an era gone by,
perhaps a faint memory of mom’s apple pie.

A gracious hostess, Bonnie will see to your every need,
a wonderful place to visit amid the lovely tall trees!

There is so much to see and do,
you don’t have time to take in all the sites;
so why not stay another night.

When morning comes and it’s time to move on,
we shall not forget our visit to the Parsonage inn,
a place of endless dreams and a sweet lady
who became a drear friend.
~ Judi & Frank C.

One Commentto Guest Reviews

  1. Susan McBride says:

    Bonnie,

    Thank you very much for your warm hospitality. We enjoyed our visit and your delicious pancakes! Your home reminded me of the house I grew up in. Thanks for the walk down memory lane.
    – Susan and Barry McBride, Troy, MI

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