Channel Your Inner Gargoyle at Vitosha Guest Haus!
Located in an historic castlestone complex, just minutes from UofM classrooms, Vitosha boasts lodging for 32 in English period surroundings with cyber savvy amenities. Ten lodgings include six fireplace rooms, all baths en suite, we accommodate kosher and vegan breakfast requests (no meat at table). Chess sets, cozy reading nooks, the Pinocchio Theatre with raised stage and box seating loft; gardens with grape, English roses, quince and a lily pond all serve to entertain lodgers. We use green laundry methods, are avid recyclers, and encourage guests to use our down comforters to lessen our environmental impact.
Children under ten stay free.
Pets on the premises, no smoking indoors please.
Vitosha Guest Haus is the 3rd incarnation of Dr. Dean Meyer's historic home (1917), restored and refurbished by the Constantinovs a decade ago. Following the tenure of the Unitarians, who added two buildings to the complex, it now serves as a sophisticated lodging, retreat, cultural, wedding and event venue, just minutes from Central Campus classrooms. For guests' amusement it features an outer gardens with quince, grapes and English roses, and period furnishings - while maintaining a cyber savvy environment for scholars and business people. Lodging has been expanded to feature private baths in ten rooms, breakfast and wi-fi, air conditioning, with six fireplace rooms. Thirty-two (32) guest capacity.
Since Vitosha Guest Haus’ inception, the proprietor has envisioned a Cultural Center component, to be a noteworthy complement to Ann Arbor’s other, fine entertainment, academic and artistic venues. The 2012 season starts the Pinocchio Theatre concept in which artists, both far and near, are invited to participate.
Writers, choreographers and visual artists are invited to submit applications for residence at Vitosha, with opportunities to teach workshops, exhibit and sell, and stage televised panel discussions.
A2 is a vibrant community with the UofM campus, sports, dining, museums, theatre, Zingerman's, art, shopping and much more to experience and all within walking distance.
Kerrytown and its shops are a pleasure to visit in all seasons. Mohahan's Seafood Market, in Kerrytown, provides wonderful, fresh fish. The Farmer's Market with flowers, vegetables and fruit as well as crafts is held on Saturdays and Wednesdays. It is in the historic area of downtown Ann Arbor.
Autumn heralds football season, and what excitement that brings! The walk from Vitosha, across Burns Park to the Stadium, is about twenty minutes.
Summer brings . . . Art Fairs. Artisans come from far and wide, and Vitosha guests enjoy parking passes, air conditioned lodging and the company of other arts-minded guests.
tel: (734) 741-4969
cell: (734) 255-9107