OUR INNKEEPERS WILL SPOIL YOU ALMOST AS MUCH AS OUR SURROUNDINGS
On the breathtaking bluff of a quiet inland lake, at the lilac filled corner on a narrow historic street, nestled amongst the pines and birches...that is where you will find the Bed and Breakfasts of The Great Waters. You choose the setting, explore the surrounding, and prepare to be pampered by our Innkeepers.
There's something wonderful out there, waiting for you. Find it at the Bed and Breakfasts of The Great Waters.
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Bay View of Mackinac
Located on Haldimand Bay,this classic harbor landmark offers spectacular views, superb service and luxurious rooms; some with private balconies or whirlpool baths. A delightful breakfest is served each morning with Bay View's signature coffee, afternoon lemonade & cookie midday and sumptuous
Bogan Lane Inn
Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn
Cloghaun B&B - Mackinac Island
Cloghaun is one of the oldest Victorian homes on the Island. Thomas and Bridget Donnelly left Ireland in 1848, and completed Cloghaun in 1884. This lovely home has been preserved by their descendants and now offers guests a tranquil, romantic interlude from the demands of everyday life. Eleven guest
Dancing Waters Bed & Breakfast
We are on the southern most point of Hill Island, offering you a view of 6 islands, Martin Reef Lighthouse and Lake Huron. The protected waters of the Les Cheneaux Islands' channels are perfect for boating, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. Dancing Waters offers guests bedrooms with private
Hart's of Mackinac
House MacLeod Bed & Breakfast
Situated on 25 acres of century old trees and lush flower gardens, the House MacLeod Bed and Breakfast is private and secluded. It is an original Upper Peninsula log homestead, circa early mid-1800’s, that has been completely restored. Guests can hike, bike, walk, cross-country ski, hunt and
Jacob Wendel House
Built in 1846,enjoy the conveniences of today with the charm of the post colonial era. Four delightfully appointed guest rooms, breakfast daily in the dining room or on the airy porch. Located just a few blocks from in the Mission District on historic Mackinac Island.
MacLeod House Bed & Breakfast
This incredible Newberry Michigan Bed and Breakfast is situated in a cozy little corner of Tahquamenon Country! You will enjoy a quiet and tranquil vacation when staying here at the MacLeod House. The MacLeod House was built in 1898 and was established as a Michigan bed and breakfast in the year
French Canadian explorer Louis Gideon Metivier Jr.and his new bride, the former Sophia Granger of Acadia booked passage on a sailing vessel down the St. Lawrence River to Lake Ontario. By horse drawn wagon, they travel north to Georgian Bay and sailed into Lake Huron's Haldimand Bay landing