Along with cool weather, sunny skies, and the changing colors of the leaves comes discount pricing on Sunday through Thursday nights in October at the Munro House B&B in Jonesville. Plan a weekday getaway to get the best prices of the season when you #BookDirect from our website and use rate code OCTOBERSURPRISE. Guests can also call to get up to $40 off our regular rate with no minimum stay required when they mention the code word OCTOBERSURPRISE. Then drive to south-central Michigan to take a ride around Hillsdale County. Bring your bike, take a walk, or cruise the scenic country roads, parks, and lakeside. This rate code is not available through Expedia or other online travel sites, so book direct with Munro House to save money.
Great restaurants are just a short walk or short drive from the Munro House B&B. Olivia’s Chop House is an acclaimed privately owned steak house that also excels in seafood. Saucy Dog is a rib joint that also features pulled pork, pulled chicken, and beef brisket. Rosalie’s Roadhouse has sandwiches and pizza along with the best lasagna (that my mom didn’t make). Spangler’s serves comfort food 7 days a week–meatloaf, pot roast, burgers, and all-day breakfast. The Udder Side is our local people’s choice winner for ice cream. They will remain open until just before Halloween then they will close for the season. Choose to walk 2 blocks or drive 1 mile to get to all of these surprise finds in the small city of Jonesville. There is also fast food at McDonald’s and Subway plus good food at Main Street Pizza.
Make your own fun outdoors with a short drive to Baw Beese Lake in Hillsdale to check out one of several parks including Waterworks, Owen, and Sandy Beach. The Baw Beese Trail runs alongside all three parks. It is paved for easy walking and biking. Waterworks is mostly for kids. Owen has a Disc Golf Course. Sandy Beach has a basketball court. All have picnic areas and strategically placed benches for scenic views of the lake. Additionally, the Amish may be harvesting their crops the old fashioned way with teams of horses while modern farmers will be tilling the soil with modern machinery. Either way, it is interesting to see them working in the fields. Anything you choose to do is a great way to spend time outdoors in this beautiful part of the state.