Every fall, southern Michigan is ablaze with a rich fall palette, and the region is as saturated in history is it is in color. Located along the Old Sauk Trail (a Native American trail running through Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan), the Munro House (circa 1834) is a part of that history as a stop on the Underground Railroad and serves as an excellent jumping-off point for exploring the rest of Hillsdale County. Through November 15, the inn is offering a two-night package, with made-to-order breakfast, two dinners, and two one-hour massages included, just in time for peak foliage. The package starts at $571 plus tax, but there's also a one-night B&B offer with dinner for $199.
During the day, venture out to the Irish Hills, Amish farms, and a local cider mill and orchard (with fresh doughnuts and signature apple fritters). Also, the Hillsdale County Fair takes place September 25 through October 1.
On TripAdvisor, the Munro House has mostly fives.