1.) Where is Emmett?
Emmett is located just north of I-69. You can find the inn located behind the fire station, just west of M-19 on Mechanic Street. We are a 20 minute drive from Imlay City or Port Huron. If you are coming from another direction see the list below.
Troy – 47 miles to Emmett (about 1 hour)
Flint – 50 miles to Emmett (about 42 minutes)
Grand Rapids – 162 miles (about 2 hrs. 27 minutes)
Detroit – 50 miles (about 1 hour)
Saginaw – 85 miles (about 1 hour and 15 minutes)
2.) What is included in the cost of the weekend?
Everything! All meals, snacks, beverages, cropping tools, towels, blow dryers . . . . Four Seasons will have what you don’t want to pack.
3.) What do I need to pack?
Your comfy clothes, bathing suit, and crafting supplies. If you are quilting: sewing machine and your current project. We have a cutting table, design wall, and ironing board. For our card makers and scrapbookers: the craft room has punches, Sizzex, Cricut, Cuttlebug, a computer/printer station, wifi, and a small retail area in case you need an embellishment, glue, or paper.
4.) Do we share the bedrooms?
The bedrooms are arranged to sleep from 2-5 guests, depending on the room. Also, one bedroom is located on the first floor for those guests with limited mobility. The bathrooms are also shared with one upstairs and 1 1/2 downstairs.
5.) Do you have day crops?
Yes! Day crops run from 10-10pm and are $35 which include lunch, dinner, and snacks. We also offer mid-week “brown bag” crops; You brown bag your lunch and we make dinner. Brown bag crops are $20 and also run from 10-10pm. The calendar page has scheduled crops posted. Want to plan your own? Gather 6 of your friends and call with the date! Mid-week dates are available throughout the year; weekend crops are available on any open date and throughout the summer.
6.) Do I have to scrapbook or stamp to come?
Everyone is welcome! We have hosted weddings, bridal and bachelorette parties, as well as a family brunch every Christmas. Our house is a great space for whatever you need! Guests have brought only a book and still had a wonderful time!
7.) How many guests can you accommodated?
The house is designed for 12-14 guests per stay. If the craft/activity space is being reserved for staff retreats during the week, we can accommodate up to 24 guests comfortably. Feel free to ask about house or activity room rental.
8.) When can I check in?
The Inn opens at 1:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Check out time is by 3:00 pm. Sunday. If you are staying for one night, check in will be from noon Saturday-3pm. Sunday.
9.) What are the shops in the village like?
Within walking distance of the Inn is a wonderful antique store. You will also find a cozy diner, hardware store, and pub. If you aren’t looking for antiques or a stiff drink, within a 15-20 minute drive you’ll discover quaint towns like Yale, Richmond, and Capac with a few more stores at which to shop. Port Huron is a quick 20 minute drive east and has stores like Hobby Lobby and JoAnne’s if you have forgotten anything. Also, don’t forget about the roadside stands; seasonal fresh produce awaits!
10.) What type of meals are served?
Four Seasons Inn prides itself on serving delicious, well-balanced meals. A sample menu could be: Spinach and mushroom frittata, muffins, yogurt parfait, and bacon knots for breakfast. Dinner: Chicken pot pie, roasted carrots, homemade bread, and mixed greens salad. Dessert will always be a surprise, but always yummy! We try to accommodate dietary restrictions: vegetarian and food allergies. Please notify us on the reservation page and when you arrive. We are not responsible for health complications do to food allergies.