Inn at Union Pier is romantic getaway, no matter the season

If you’re looking for a B&B for a weekend in the Midwest, here’s one that’s sure to charm you: The Inn at Union Pier. In the Michigan beach town of Union Pier, about 75 miles from Chicago, the 16-room bed and breakfast was originally constructed as a summer resort that at the time was the only kosher hotel in town. The hotel is unique because of its collection of antique Swedish fireplaces known as kakelugns. The inn maintains it has the largest collection of kakelugns in the United States. Most of the inn’s rooms have one. All of the kakelugns were taken from homes in Sweden, disassembled and reconstructed at the inn.