We loved our stay at Market Street Inn! The most impressive thing for me was that I was welcomed to the inn with open arms as if I were family or an honored guest. Kristen, the innkeeper, gave us helpful tips, a dining guide and maps, and even lent us some of her gloves since it was really cold. We stayed in a queen room and it was pretty, clean and had a very nice bathroom. Our friends stayed in the garden suite and a king room which were both wonderful. The king room had a really nice looking jacuzzi, and the garden room was spacious and comfortable, complete with a bedroom, small living room and kitchen area with a microwave and fridge. We had a choice of eating breakfast in the parlor or our room (I think outside might also have been an option, but since we were there in May it was a bit cold for that). Breakfast included a hot drink, juice, choice of cinnamon roll, bagel or muffin, fruit and an egg. We had access to hot tea any time we wanted and there were fresh cookies waiting for us every afternoon. All of this and it was also very reasonably priced (especially since we were early in the season).
It was a great stay and I would definitely go back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come and relax at the charming Market Street Inn on beautiful, historic Mackinac Island. Start your day with a complimentary breakfast served in your room, the parlor or our guests favorite, the garden courtyard. Built in 1900, each room awaits you with modern amenities yet with turn of the century charm. Located on quaint and quiet Market Steet, the front porch holds views of Fort Mackinac. A short walk around the corner and you are at the beginning of town where restaurants and shops abound. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Market Street Hotel