Grey Hare Inn Vineyard Bed and Breakfast

Grey Hare Inn Vineyard Bed and Breakfast
1994 Carroll Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686-8183
(231) 947-2214


Josiah Shattuck

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018

My girlfriend and I stayed 2 nights at the Grey Hare Inn. We absolutely loved everything about our stay. We enjoyed the delicious 2 course breakfast each morning, turn down service, even the decorations in each room. I would highly recommend a stay at the Grey Hare Inn!

jake kippe

Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017

Cindy and Jay are both very nice. They will answer any questions you have. They give you a nice glass of wine from their grapes the night you arrive. There is a big delicious breakfast in the morning. Perfect for absorbing some of the wine if your going tasting. We only needed a cheese plate to share for lunch. Hors d'oeuvres in the afternoon before you go out to dinner in the area. The property is beautiful with a great view of the area. They have plenty of tips for places to try and visit in the area.

Chris Buerger

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017

Cindy and Jay were amazing hosts. The breakfast is to die for. Amazing views and great property. First time B&B guests and didn't know what to expect but the bar has been set high.

Angel G

Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015

My husband took me here for my birthday, let me say this place is amazing!!!! We went early Dec. and luckily for us the weather was great for Michigan. You can tell the owners love what they do and they are wonderful, they are also fountains of information about the area. The food was amazing as well. I would recommend their B and B to anyone looking for a fun weekend or looking for a little escape for something special.

Chris Farnum

Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014

My wife and I had a winter weekend getaway here and really enjoyed our stay. The owners did a fantastic job of welcoming us with lots of assistance and care. Our room was great and had a beautiful view. Breakfast was tasty and sophisticated, made with gourmet ingredients. And the location on Old Mission Peninsula is one-of-a-kind in the Midwest for scenery and wineries/wine tasting. I'd recommend it especially for couples.