Bellemont Manor

Bellemont Manor, with seven unique guest quarters, was built by George E. and Clark Belle Dean in 1928. The 30-room structure is inspired by Mrs. Dean's childhood home in Vermont. After George E. Dean's death in 1932, Belle Dean and W. Clark Dean and his family lived in the Manor. After Belle Dean's death in 1961, Clark presented the Manor to Albion College at Homecoming in November of 1962. Mr. Dean passed away in Florida in June of 1980.

Original furnishings were left in the house, which illustrate the style the Manor was decorated when it was built. The Persian rugs and the beautiful grandfather clock are some of the notable items that adorn the interior of the Manor. Today, Bellemont Manor is utilized as a conference center for Albion College with lodging accommodations. Meal service and meeting space can be provided for up to 75 people.

Haven House

Haven House is located next to Bellemont Manor. It is a lovely five-bedroom home that can accommodate up to 10 guests for lodging. Three of the bedrooms have private baths, while the other two share a bathroom that is located in the hallway. There is a television room located in the rear of the house as well as a lovely living room where guests can sit and read or just have a conversation. Haven offers a complete self-service kitchen and a lovely screened in back porch where guests can relax and enjoy a hot cup of coffee.

Please contact Dining & Hospitality Services for reservations at 517/629-0318.