We have visited Mackinac every year for the past 10 years and only stay at the Inn on Mackinac! We love it! We stayed for four nights in the beginning of August. The interior is lovely decorated with many antiques and reminds you of staying at grandma's house. We like staying on the second floor which is convenient for going to the beautiful porch and going up and down the stairs! We feel like we are going home to visit friends and family when we go to the Inn every year. The breakfasts are generous and delicious and enough to get you by until dinner. The dining area has many tables to sit and you serve yourself at the breakfast buffet. Love the oatmeal!!! New to the breakfast this year were the delicious bisquits and gravy! The rooms are clean and cozy and you can hear the horses in the morning while getting ready for the day! A generous supply of toiletries are provided along with daily maid service. Rooms are immaculate! Everyone afternoon guests are treated to lemonade and cheese and crackers. In the evening, we awaited the warm chocolate chip cookies to eat while sitting on the porch watching the world go by! The porch is a major enjoyment for us. It's the best! Location is perfect only a block from town and far enough from the busy main street. Jackie, the hard-working manager, does a great job making sure everything goes smoothly and keeping her guests happy. We appreciated her kindness in making us feel welcome! Her staff is courteous, friendly, and helpful. Check in and check out was efficient with no problems. We can't say enough about the Inn! Our repeat visits says it all. You will not be disappointed! We love magical Mackinac Island and staying at the Inn on Mackinac enhances our stay! Thank you, Jackie and staff for a wonderful stay! See you next year!
marge, gus and Marylee X.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The year was 1867, an era of horse-drawn carriages and ladies in bustles. Blacksmiths were crafting horse shoes in glowing forges. During this height of Victorian culture, the Inn on Mackinac was built. Known then as Chateau Beaumont in memory of the famous Army surgeon at Fort Mackinac, the Inn on Mackinac has retained its quaint, old fashioned charm. The Inn’s facilities have been updated to meet the needs of the modern traveler while preserving its colorful history. Today, completely remodeled and redecorated, this beautiful Victorian Inn opens its doors, where the very special charm of our family-run Inn awaits you. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Inn On Mackinac Hotel Mackinac Island
- Hotel On Mackinac Island
- Mackinac Bed Breakfast Island