Harbour View Inn
Harbour View Inn
A Hotel With History
In 1822, Magdelaine LaFramboise, a noted fur trader, retired to Mackinac Island after a long and prosperous career. She became a prominent resident, entertaining numerous guests and making philanthropic donations – including land to St. Anne Catholic Church, which neighbors the Inn. Chateau LaFramboise, the manor built for Magdelaine, now serves as the Harbour View Inn’s main building.
At Harbour View Inn, you can choose between a variety of room styles. If you’re looking for a room that’s charming and quaint, consider the Inn’s Cottage Rooms, which include a queen bed and a private bathroom. Situated in The Cottage, which is adjacent to the Inn’s main house, these rooms deliver a stunning view of either the Island’s harbor or the surrounding grounds.
If you’d like to enhance your trip, choose a Garden View Room. These luxurious chambers are available with a queen bed, a king bed or two queen beds, and each room delivers a view of the Inn’s gardens. For added convenience, Garden View 2-Queen Rooms come with air-conditioning, making them a go-to choice during the summer months.
To see what other accommodation options are available at the Harbour View Inn, visit the Inn’s website.
Events At Harbour View
Visiting Mackinac Island for a special event? Harbour View Inn can help. The Inn’s expansive grounds include several wedding ceremony locations, along with spaces for rehearsal and reception dinners.
For business-oriented or educational events, a conference room and parlor are available. The conference room is a prime choice for smaller gatherings, accommodating up to 25 guests, while the parlor is a superb location for a seminar or lecture thanks to its larger 35- or 40-person capacity and theater-style setup.
Book Your Room
Eager to get away? Look no further than Mackinac Island. Begin planning your trip by booking your stay at Harbour View Inn today.