The Inn on Ferry Street offers four beautifully restored Victorian houses and two carriage houses with bright interiors, as well as exquisite, landscaped gardens for any special event or function.
Built in 1891, the Pungs House has been lovingly restored with a hint of Victorian charm and features nine unique guest rooms and an elegant parlor with inlaid hardwood floors, two ornate fireplaces, and a large Victorian sofa.
The Roehm House, built in 1888, also features nine guest rooms with private bathrooms, elegant Victorian décor and large windows overlooking the gardens, and a private library with a plush, tufted leather sofa and an array of books, magazines, and music to enjoy.
Built in 1886, The Scott House is the first stop for guests visiting the hotel and features luxurious décor, high wainscoting, hand-carved fireplaces, and beautiful wood finishes throughout. The breakfast room is situated in this building, along with the reception and front desk.
Exuding the ambiance of a bygone era, the 1887 Owen House features a broad, elaborate staircase with ornate balusters and newel posts, an inviting parlor with a baby grand piano and two hand-carved fireplaces. This building houses nine luxurious guestrooms, two of which are large executive suites with a sleeper sofa for extra guests and is ideal for small, intimate functions or celebrations.
The John R. Carriage House was built in 1892 and houses seven of the Inn’s guestrooms, all of which are decorated in warm hues with Arts and Crafts style furniture. A communal parlor offers comfortable seating and a good spot for a game of chess.
The Raymond C. Smith Carriage House features two guest rooms, an elegant sitting room with plush furnishings and a large terrace that can be used for business or social events.
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84 East Ferry Street, Detroit, MI 48202, website, Phone: 313-871-6000 , Fax: 313-871-1473
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