Chateau Chantal

15900 Rue de Vin
231-223-4110

Open: Year-Round

Our vision is to offer a unique experience in Northern Hospitality that combines vineyard and winery, B&B lodging and friendly company, all in a relaxing rural landscape featuring breathtaking views, local beaches, trails and quiet country roads.  We are located just 12 miles North of Traverse City, on M-37, Old Mission Peninsula. 

Our B&B guests enjoy exceptional amenities. From cozy rooms to spacious suites, featuring views of vineyards and fresh water, terrace or balcony, wet bar, whirlpool tub, high ceilings, and elegant furnishings. The inn itself offers fireplaces and sitting areas, ample breakfasts and attentive front desk staff.


Reviews

David Thiessen

Rating:
Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017

The staff was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. I was not much of a wine drinker before, but the staffs suggestions and food pairings definitely got me rethinking my stance. Highly recommended (especially the brandy).

Ellen R.

Rating:
Saturday, Sep. 30, 2017

My husband and I visited this winery/bed and breakfast to celebrate our 40th anniversary. We were not disappointed! The location was peaceful with beautiful views of the lake and vineyards on a high hill. We enjoyed the tastings and free glass of wine on the beautiful patio. The next morning we had a lovely breakfast prepared by a chef for the small group of bed and breakfast guests. After breakfast we went on a tour of the vineyard and wine making facility. It was so interesting to have the entire process of growing grapes for various wines explained. The accommodations were very clean and comfortable and the room decor was beautiful. We look forward to returning in the future!

Tammy McDonald

Rating:
Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

Another great winery to stop at. A little more "uppity" feeling but I still felt comfortable here. Laura was extremely knowledgeable and lead us to wonderful choices. We decided on the 3 tasters on the patio with the fantastic view. Prices are comparable and you get $3 off a bottle of wine when you do a taster.

Michael Smith

Rating:
Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

Great news good wine. It's nice place to just chill out on their patio overlooking the peninsula while sampling a collection of Michigan wines. When I went there with a couple of friends there were a handful of artists painting the landscape. That should should say something about the type of scenery you can take in at this Winery

Kly Thel

Rating:
Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

We went to Chateau Chantal for a wine tasting. They were quite busy but the line flowed really well and we didn't have to wait too long. Bill, who helped us was a lot of fun and had really great energy.