We stayed two nights at the Pine Cottage. We were happy that it was just a short bike ride from the Arnold Ferry dock. The porch on the Pine Cottage was relaxing and we enjoyed chatting with others and listening to the sounds of the Island. The woman who managed the cottage was available by pushing a button upon entering the front door. She was very nice and willing to answer any questions. Our room was quite small with a window fan/air conditioner; however, it was not able to cool the room down too much. Fortunately, we only spent the evenings in our room when it cooled off outside. It was extremely quiet. We never heard a single voice from our room. There were two bathrooms in the hall, close to our room, that were frequently cleaned. We never had to wait for one to be available. The breakfast was simple with mainly homemade pastries, but tided us over. Overall, it is a great deal for the Island if you are willing to share a bathroom. If you were like us and mainly needed a place to sleep after your day exploring Mackinac Island you might consider the Pine Cottage.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Pine Cottage Hotel Mackinac Island