This majestic bed and breakfast is stunning– from the lavish gardens and intricate architecture to the rich Georgian tradition and style. The 17 bedroom mansion is located in the heart of Saginaw, Michigan, home to numerous gorgeous weddings. Stroll the sprawling grounds and experience nature in its purest form as you enjoy the wildlife, bald eagles and mature and stately trees that are abundant set within the eight acres of property that line the banks of lake Linton. Take a step back in time and leave the stress of the world behind as you delight in the ambiance of a roaring 20’s ear mansion representing the extreme wealth and decadence of the period.
A majestic setting awaits you as you begin your pure Michigan adventure right here at our genuinely friendly, warm and hospitable bed and breakfast. Perfect for a romantic getaway, relaxing vacation, grandiose wedding or business travel lodging. This historic Inn is two miles south of downtown Saginaw and the new SVRC marketplace on Washington Avenue just across from Ojibway Island and the Children’s zoo. Also located 15 minutes from the world famous “Bronners” in historic Frankenmuth, “Michigan’s Little Bavaria” and 20 minutes from Outlets at Birch Run, the Midwest’s largest outlet shopping complex.
Montague Inn is the area’s premier Wedding and Special Event venue for large expansive outdoor weddings as well as small intimate indoor gatherings. This manor and its lush green surroundings create an enchanting setting for opulent outdoor ceremonies and receptions. The gardens naturally create amazing settings for that unique first look photos then stroll down to the breathtaking lakeside wedding ceremony site complete with rolling greens and formal gardens overlooking Lake Linton. Original paths and stone hedges lead you to a serene natural setting abundant with mature trees and wildlife. A place in time that stands still and remains unchanged. So whatever brings you to our bed and breakfast we strive to leave you with a memorable experience that entices you to return again one day.