Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Douglas and Saugatuck Michigan

Good Morning Douglas and Saugatuck, Michigan from Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast. Spring has sprung here in the forest, the crocuses are up, the daffodils starting bloom. The windows were wide open over the weekend too. If your looking for somewhere to hang out with your significant other, give us a call, we can help with some great restaurant recommendations and those secret places to hide out, turn you on to some local music and just help you relax. 800-838-1246

Lunch suggestion…
Phils's bar and Grill, really really good burgers, house salads and of course their signature broasted Chicken, they also have a nice selection of beers on tap. 215 Butler Street Saugatuck, (269) 857-1555

Looking for something to do in the next couple of days?

Museum Exhibition - Dr. Suess
Through May 22, The Holland Museum will present The Cat Under the Hat: The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss. Illustrator by day, surrealist by night, Seuss created a body of irrepressible and instantly recognizable work. Yet, the Secret Art often shows a side of the artist that those familiar with him only through his classic children's books may have never seen. Created over 60 years, the exhibition encompasses the entirety of Seuss's multi-dimensional talent. For more info, call 888-200-9123 or visit http://www.hollandmuseum.org
Exhibition
330 Million Faces: Meeting Hindu’s Deities will be up at the SCA through April 25. From the permanent collection of Grand Valley State University, this exhibit features more than 25 pieces of Indian art including miniature court life paintings, sculptures of major deities, and folk art from various Indian villages. This exhibit gives a glimpse into the traditions and history of Hinduism and offers a feast for the eyes via a riot of color, texture, and detail. For more info, call 269-857-2399 or visithttp://www.sc4a.org

Hit the Antique Mall in Douglas, over 130 booths, 50,00 square feet of antiques and treasures.

Don't forget to check out our calendar of events for February in our monthly newsletter at Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast and if you wish to see some of our accolades check out our Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast Awards and Reviews Page.

Our Newest and soon to be the most popular Package

Ditch the GPS (and the men). Sherwood Forest takes the cake with its girlfriends-only culinary weekends. Join Chef LaPerriere in his kitchen tucked back in the woods on a private lake, where you will hone your cooking skills. Chef LaPerriere will confidently guide you on a culinary journey, integrating his experiences, philosophies, and tricks-of-the-trade, leading you to a successful and rewarding experience in your own kitchen. His passion for food, thorough explanation of techniques, and easy-going approach to learning will have you cooking like a pro in no time. Cost runs from $650-$2450, call us at 800-838-1246 for more info.

And our ever Popular:
Melt Your Stress Away Upon arrival, you'll find a beautiful wine and cheese basket with a bouquet of fresh flowers. During your visit, you'll each experience a soothing massage in a style suited just for you and a $30 voucher good toward a romantic dinner at a fine restaurant. Upon your departure (which we're sure you'll want to delay as long as possible before returning to the real world), a gift from us: a compact disc of relaxing music and an illustrated guide to massage. The cost for this R&R is $165 with one massage; $235 with two massages (does not include room).

From all of us here at Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast, have a great Day!!!