Dimmick House is a Victorian Italianate built in 1876 by the Dimmick family, originally from New York. Our bed and breakfast offers three suites (Riverside, Shiawassee, and Servants Quarters) with private baths and two state rooms, with shared bath between the Rose and Charmaine rooms. The Shiawassee River runs along the south lawn. Two covered porches provide pleasant sitting areas, facing West Oliver Street. Owosso's historic downtown district is just a 1/2 mile walk. You will find shops, restaurants, performing arts, art gallery,James Oliver Curwood's castle, boyhood home of Thomas Dewey, and the weekend farmers market(in season). The Steam Railway Institute houses the 1225 Steam Engine made famous by the book and movie, The Polar Express. Lansing, the state capital and home to Michigan State University is just a 35 minute drive southwest. Flint is 29 miles east. The Soaring Eagle Casino and Central Michigan University are both an hour's drive north.Dimmick House offers two suites (private living and bath) and two rooms that share a bath. A blending of eclectic furniture adorns a large gathering room with a fireplace. Free WiFi. Finally, the dining room is just the perfect setting for breakfast, served at 9am. Steve and his family welcome you to Owosso, Michigan to experience Dimmick House for a night, a weekend, or stay the entire week. Check-in: 4pm/check-out: 11am Breakfast is served at 9:00am.
Seasonal operation: closed January 21 to April 30