Fall getaways don't always have to include a trip to Lake Michigan. There are plenty of beautiful Fall colors throughout rural Southern Michigan. Here, in Hillsdale County, our Fall colors are as much about the harvest as they are about the changing leaf color. Farmers are picking their crops and tilling the soil in anticipation of the next planting season. Huge machines do much of the work at modern farms, but draft horses pull the load on traditional farms in our large Amish community. Cider Mills, doughnuts, and hay rides are invigorating outdoor activities on cool, sunny days.
Jonesville was recently recognized as one of the top small towns in America for food. Two great restaurants that were recognized on this list are both just a short 2 block walk from the Munro House B&B. Walking to a great dinner is a luxury that many people wish they could do. It is normal in downtown Jonesville. Olivia's Chop House is the best fine dining restaurant for 50 miles, while Saucy Dog's Barbeque offers more casual selections from ribs, to sandwiches, to brisket. Ice cream from the Udder Side is popular through Halloween.
"Life is good in Jonesville"