The Upper deck is available for lounging and for breakfast outside.


Enjoy a game of pool or a relaxing dip in the hot tub on the lower deck. 

The Redwood hot tub provides a relaxing experience you will not forget.  The tub is 40 inches deep to allow total submersion, which provides more buoyancy for a comfortable feeling of floating and jets high enough for massaging your neck. 

The Home Theater with a 100 inch HD screen provides a cozy place to watch a movie for two couples on the pair of leather reclining loveseats. 

Redwood Inn was built in 1991 as the private residence of the Innkeepers, Warren and Mary. The home was converted to a bed and breakfast in 2002.

The house is three stories but has six floor levels with ceiling heights of 10 and 12 feet and vaulted areas as high as 20 feet.

The common area, which includes the kitchen, dining room, and living room, is open with view of the lake through a wall of southern exposure windows with warming from solar gain.

The loft overlooks the entry and a portion of the kitchen. Huge decks on the first two floors are on the southern lakeside for sunning, enjoying the hot tub or just soaking up the warmth of the sun.
The house was built from the finest available redwood, milled into an 8-inch log with tongue and groove construction. Redwood is a beautiful wood with colors running from yellow to orange through the deep reds that provide the look and feel of warmth. The accent of the lighter woods, pine, fir and oak, provide a bright reflection of light for a cheerful environment.

Lake St Clair is a very clear lake, excellent for swimming or snorkeling in the warmer months. The lake is stocked with trout and has a variety of native fish, including bass, which attract fishermen year round. You can use the house canoe or moor your boat at the house dock. The public boat launch is only a short distance away.

The lake has a 5 mph limit on all but a larger water ski area.  Canoe or kayak in calm peaceful water with only Canadian geese, otter, or perhaps an eagle to share it with.   If you would like a guide,  Gidion the house dog will be glad to accompany you in the canoe.  He promises to get you back safe because he hates to swim.

The great picture of the Inn from the canoe and Gidion courtesy of Nathalie and Jacques, our quests from Switzerland.