We also stayed in the room with the little fireplace (Room #6). It was okay, nothing special really. The bathroom was too dated, poor lighting and the bathtub backed up to my ankles when taking a shower and eventually flooded the 1st floor. They had to call a plumber. Plan to get breakfast somewhere else if you're hungry because they don't put out enough food and the sign above the food reminding you there are other guests who have to eat, made me feel uncomfortable to eat at all. The money you'll spend for a real breakfast could be put toward a different B&B that actually includes a real breakfast. The quice was cut into 1 inch squares, there was one loaf of bread for toast and a few store bought danishes.
The pool at the B&B next door was open all night and the noise level kept us up late.
The TV was okay, the bed squeaked and was a little hard but we were exhausted so we slept fine once the people left the pool.
Staff was friendly but absent most of our stay until the bathtub started leaking downstairs.
I took a peak in the room next to ours and it was very nice compared to our room. Next time, I'll spend the few extra bucks and stay at another B&B on the island unless they put some money into this place and upgrade the breakfast.
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- At the end of quiet Bogan Lane sits one of Mackinac Island's treasured hideaways - historic Pine Cottage B&B. Tucked away from the bustling Main Street but minutes away from everything wonderful that Mackinac has to offer! Pine Cottage offers beautiful rooms with one double bed or two double beds with private or shared baths. ... more less
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- Pine Cottage Hotel Mackinac Island