Bay View Bed & Breakfast


Built over a century ago in 1891, Bay View on Mackinac Island still celebrates her original family heritage in the Grand Victorian style that is truly Mackinac. Beautifully positioned on the bay, Bay View is the only B&B of her type and style resting on the water’s edge. Each guest room will embrace you with its own unique seascape, while our second story sundeck boasts an incredible view of the straits of Mackinac.

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DeLanglade Condominiums


The DeLanglade downtown condominiums feature dramatic views of the Straits of Mackinac with a convenient downtown location close to restaurants and shops. The two bedroom condominiums combine a stylish and completely stocked kitchen and spacious open-concept living area. The deck provides an active maritime view of Lake Huron for freighter watching and island activity.

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Island House Hotel


https://www.theislandhouse.com/

800.626.6304

Make the most of summer with a trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan. Boasting numerous unique attractions, the Island offers a one-of-a-kind vacation experience. Plenty of lodging options are available on the Island, and the Island House Hotel is a favorite thanks to its rich history, waterfront views and plentiful amenities.

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Lake View Hotel


http://www.lake-view-hotel.com/

(906) 847-3384

On the lookout for a vacation destination that fuses historic charm with island spirit? Mackinac Island offers the full package. Located in the Straits of Mackinac, the Island boasts parks, museums and other attractions that make it a favorite for vacationers around the world. If you’re in need of comfortable accommodations for your time on the Island, Lake View Hotel is the perfect solution.

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Pine Cottage Bed & Breakfast


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.

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