Enjoy downtown Holland while staying at Centennial Inn. Art galleries, specialty stores, and fantastic restaurants await on Holland's heated sidewalks all within easy walking distance. No matter what your interests, you won't be disappointed.
This impressive modified Elizabethan style house located in Holland Michigan was built in 1889 for Dr. and Mrs. Kremer. Thirty years later, it was sold to the City of Holland and became Holland's first hospital, then home to Hope College's Knickerbocker Fraternity, and finally the Netherlands Museum. In 1995, the house was purchased by Rein & Kay Wolfert who renovated and restored it back to its former glory. This lovely home contains 6 guest rooms each with its own bathroom, TV, air conditioning/heating control. Located within walking distance of downtown Holland's fine shopping, art galleries, Hope College, Lake Macatawa and much more. Downtown Holland offers many types of restaurants within walking distance of the Inn allowing our guests to select the time and type of breakfast (or any meal) they choose or enjoy a mini-continental breakfast before you head out to explore. Stay at Centennial Inn, leave your car in the parking lot and enjoy all downtown Holland has to offer on foot.