The owners, Angie and Bruce, are friendly, helpful, down to earth people who tell the amazing tale of the Inn that was built in 1869 and nearly destroyed in the late 90s before they bought it. The view of the bay was awesome. We spent some quality time enjoying it from the rocking chairs on the porch. For breakfast we were given a menu and told that we could order anything and as much as we wanted, and they kept bringing out food until we were satisfied. I tried the French toast, bacon, oatmeal, yogurt, fruit cup and a cinnamon roll the first day, pancakes and sausage the next, and one of everything on our last day there. Everything was fresh and made to order. I am so glad that we did not stay in Traverse City where we would have missed out on the serenity and natural beauty of the mission peninsula.
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- Oldest continually operating historic hotel in Northern Michigan. Located on Traverse City's scenic Old Mission Peninsula. The Old Mission Inn combines old style Victorian era furnishings with modern amenities including deluxe bathrooms and free wifi. Full hot, old fashion, all you can eat breakfast included in the price of the rooms. All rooms overlook beautiful Lake Michigan's East Grand Traverse Bay. The Old Mission peninsula is rolling acres of cherry orchards and vineyards. Enjoy the local wineries, restaurants, biking and kayaking. ... more less
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