What do you do when you run across a dilapidated 19th century train station? If you live in Jonesville, Michigan and your names are Dee and Grigor Hasted you purchase it, put all the love and care you can muster and convert into a luxury bed and breakfast. When they bought it, the doors were kicked in, windows were broken, and animals were calling it their bed and breakfast.
Today, The Rooms at Grayfield stand as a testament to them because they had the vision to see its potential. Each room has its own understated elegance while maintaining as much of the original woodwork and features as possible. You will find the ticket booth, a door that says Men’s Room that actually opens into a bedroom, and many other features of the train station.
There are five spacious bedrooms each with their own elegant bathroom. There is one bedroom that has a barrier free bathroom. There is also the room they call the “man’s room.” Designed for the man who is hesitant to visit a bed & breakfast. Warm inviting colors, larger furniture, understated elegance.
Just as the house was designed with thoughtfulness and comfort of their guests so were the eight acres it sits on. While there are many cozy areas you can be by yourself or join the other guests. The yard is designed the same way with various areas among the many gardens to lounge.