About Our Log Home B&B in Traverse City, MI
Designed specifically to be a Michigan bed and breakfast, Wind in the Pines is a beautiful log home built in 2004-05. It incorporates the lodging needs of the discriminating traveler. Each guestroom has an en-suite bath offering comfort, privacy, and cleanliness.
Enjoy all that the area has to offer, spring, summer and fall! Unique shops, water sports, golf, art & antiques, over 30 wineries, and a vast array of excellent dining experiences await you. Explore Sleeping Bear Dunes, hear a concert at Interlochen Arts Academy, or visit the wineries of Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas. Wind in the Pines is located at the base of the Leelanau Peninsula on Lake Michigan – providing accommodations ideally situated for easy access to the beautiful Grand Traverse region.
Your Innkeepers – Dietmar and Marion Stollenwerk
In 2001 Dietmar’s work brought our family to the United States from our home in Germany. Our journey started in Virginia and then we continued to move through the USA ending up in Alabama. The third stop on our journey was Michigan. We were awed by Michigan’s variety and beauty. One day our explorations brought us to the shores of Lake Michigan, and we knew this was the place we wanted our journey to end and live our dreams, to work together as Innkeepers of a Bed and Breakfast.
Our mission as Innkeepers of “Wind in the Pines” is to make your stay a memorable experience.
Wind in the Pines Bed & Breakfast is certified by the National Wildlife Federation as a wildlife habitat. We received this certification to recognize our “planning, landscaping and sustainable gardening so that wildlife may find quality habitat – food, water, cover and places to raise their young”. Relax on the guest patio or glance out any window and enjoy our wide variety of birds, wild turkeys, ruffed grouse, or even the occasional deer or coyote.