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Powell House Bed & Breakfast / Cottage

Originally a three acre berry farm and listed as the Frostick House in the town's historic Moore Library, The Powell House has grown into a Lexington Bed and Breakfast in the Victorian spirit. A warm and gracious home dating back to 1852, The Powell House B&B rests on four tree shaded and gardened acres with a view of Lake Huron and within walking distance of the beach. The Powell House is conveniently located three quarters of a mile north of the village of Lexington. A friendly town with a beautiful marina and harbor area, vintage neighborhoods, quaint shops and delightful restaurants. At the waters edge you're invited to enjoy swimming, the tennis court or a lovely landscaped picnic area; and the dramatic harbor promenade is a perfect place for a walk or several of hours of fishing. If you care to venture from the center of town, there are charter diving trips to 16 sunken vessels in the "Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve", along the coastline of Lake Huron. Charter fishing boats for the avid angler are also available. Those who prefer wheels will enjoy the 4 mile bike path to the historic town of Croswell.
Address:
5076 Lakeshore Road (M-25)
Lexington, MI 48450
GPS Coordinates:
43.2768421, -82.5314732
Contact:
Phone: 810-359-5533
 
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