Pine Cottage was built in 1870 and was one of the first hotels on the Island, tucked along quiet Bogan Lane. Over the years it has welcomed some famous visitors through it’s doors – the baseball player, Ty Cobb, was a guest – staying for his honeymoon, and Ernest Hemingway is known to have stayed as well. Today the Pine Cottage is run as a bed and breakfast and holds true to it’s original charm with rustic Victorian ambiance. You will still find the steam radiators and antique clawfoot tubs from the original hotel.Read more »
Small Point Bed and Breakfast is the kind of place where troubles melt away, and everyone is family. Life slows down and the pressures of every day are left somewhere in time. A full day at Small Point can be as easy as sitting on the porch and watching the freighters glide silently by or finally finishing that book you always meant to read.Read more »
Celebrate the joys of the Island on a resort brimming with excitement, adventure and the finer things in life. You can be pampered in 242 guest rooms and suites and enjoy 3 dining choices, including the signature experience of Mission Point Resort, Chianti Italian Restaurant. Putt on our 18-hole greens and let your kids enjoy our many amenities.
Mission Point loves pets! There are a number of rooms in the Straits Lodge which are pet friendly. They do require that all pets are arranged in advance by calling 800.833.7711.
Located on Main Street and just a short walk to town, this four bedroom, private bath home provides all the modern amenities for your Mackinac Island Vacation. A perfect setting for a few days vacation or a gathering of family and friends, wedding party or business groups. The entire house is available for rent by the night, weekly, or enjoy as a full service B & B.Read more »
Haan’s 1830 Inn is an early Greek Revival home with nine unique guest rooms beautifully appointed with fine antiques, many guest amenities and period Island touches. The Inn has been run by three generations of the Haan family, since 1980.Read more »
Their house was built in the mid-1850s during the period when the Mackinac Island fishing industry was expanding. The industry was developed by the many Irish families who came as a result of the potato famine. The home was left vacant for a period of about forty years, ending when a new foundation, heating system and bathrooms were installed in 1957.Read more »