This is the third time I've stayed at Haan's. The first was a girls vacation and the others was with my husband. I've had a different room each time and loved each of them. The most current was the room with a kitchen. It was very spacious and plenty of room to stretch out and relax. We prepared some of our meals there which saved on eating out. The hospitality was very special. We were made to feel at home. The innkeepers are very special people.They are friendly and attentive to each of their guests. The breakfast is very nice and more than enough. All the baked goods were fresh and homemade. I've stayed at 8 hotels and B & B's on the island. They are all unique in their own way but for the money and hospitality, Haan's is the closest to home. It is a little out of town which, depending on what you're looking for, could be a drawback. But for us, All we want to hear is the water and the clip clop of the horses. I have no problem walking into town. We'll be back again next year!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Haan's 1830 Inn is your Mackinac Island bed and breakfast home. The stately Greek Revival house--built on the foundations of an American Revolution era trader cabin--served as the private residence of Colonel Preston, a Fort Mackinac officer and first mayor of the island. The Inn has been completely restored and now operates as a Mackinac Island B&B to share the grace of history, the warmth of family, and the wonders of Mackinac Island weather. The guestrooms are freshly decorated and furnished with period antiques and quality mattresses. Your host, Nick Haan, invites you to be at home, relax on the wicker-furnished porches, and listen to the cadence of horses as carriage tours pass by on Huron Street. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Haan`s 1830 Hotel Mackinac Island