84 E. Ferry St., Detroit, MI 48202
If you’re ever in Midtown Detroit, there’s an under the radar hidden treasure you’ve just got to experience. The Inn on Ferry Street is a collection of beautifully restored historic homes that have been turned into an outstanding, first-class bed and breakfast. You won’t believe the experience you’ll have when you’re there.
Sue Mosey heads up the University Cultural Center Association, and when she’s not running the inn, she’s helping put the spotlight back on Midtown. Sue is an incredible urban visionary who continues to help support, develop and promote the new Detroit. You won’t meet a more fascinating, involved or passionate person in the city.
As for the inn, these homes are incredible. Every home and room is different and uniquely appointed, and the location is perfect. You’re literally steps away from the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Detroit Public Library, Wayne State University and all the major medical centers. Midtown is also exploding with new shops, restaurants, breweries and bakeries, so a weekend at the inn would be a fun way to discover some of these cool new places. If you’re looking for a wonderful way to reconnect with the city, the Inn on Ferry Street is an outstanding start.