This northern Michigan bed and breakfast is just a few feet from the Lake Huron and just one morning walk and you will know why the Michigan sunrise side is treasured by people who love beauty and solitude. One of the oldest historical houses in Northeast Michigan, the house is better known as the Widow's Watch and offers six rooms. Four of the rooms can accommodate two people each, one room can accommodate four and one up to five people.
Built circa 1866 by lumber baron George Colwell, the Widow's Watch B&B overlooks Harrisville Harbor. The gazebo, called a Widow's Watch, was once on the roof of the home but has been removed and presently sits on the ground to the north of the house. From this room high above, the house mistress could look out over the lake to watch the boats unloading.