The Bishop-Brighton Bed and Breakfast is an English Tudor revival with a strong Arts and Crafts influence. The home was built in 1902. Relax in one of our three guest rooms all located on the second floor, two of which are suites, or visit on the first floor in the library, the main living room, or dining room. There is a butler's pantry within the kitchen where you will find refreshments and a microwave for your use. During the summer, sit on the wrap around porch with a good book or just relax.
We are located only two blocks north of downtown Wyandotte, walking distance to many restaurants, bars, and specialty shops including clothing, gifts, and antiques. Wyandotte is home to the nationally recognized Wyandotte Art Fair held every summer in July. Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital is also within walking distance. Bishop Park, behind our home, is a retreat for many local residents with fishing on the boardwalk, outdoor concerts in the summer, or just a terrific place to relax and watch the freighters travel up and down the Detroit River.
We are within a 15 mile drive to many other local attractions including The Henry Ford (Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum, and The Ford Plant Tours); Ford Motor Headquarters in Dearborn; BASF Headquarters in Wyandotte; and downtown Detroit, home of the Detroit Lions, Tigers and the Red Wings, and the International Auto Show. We look forward to having you as a guest in our home, making new friends, and enjoying our passion to serve others.
We have been open for five years now and have had guests from 34 states and 10 countries. They have enjoyed our home, our community and Gerry's breakfasts, not necessarily in that order! Since we are located in an urban setting, near BASF, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital and downtown Detroit, we have served a multitude of business travelers offering them a home away from home. Many others are here to enjoy one of our packages, or still others come to Wyandotte to return to their roots.
Continue to love each other with true Christian love. Don't forget to show hospitality to strangers, for some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it. Hebrews 13:1-2