LOOKING FOR A ROOM WITH A VIEW...TO THE PAST?
Imagine the lfe of a Great Lakes shipping crew, share the solitude of the shores they once guarded, the lights that once guided them home. Glimps the life of an 1800's train traveler or enjoy the Egyptian architectural design and decor of a 1920's historic inn.
if it's a timeless experience you seek. Find it at the historic inns of The Great Waters.
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Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn
Spectacular views, stunning Victorian architecture and exceptional service-this is Grand Hotel. Memories are made here as guests enjoy excellent amenities including their Modified American Plan-a full breakfast and five-course dinner daily. Grand Hotel is open spring, summer and fall and offers
Inn at Stonecliffe
Michael Cudahy, born in County Kilkenny, Ireland, emigrated with his family to the United States in 1849 and settled in Milwaukee. With his brother John Cudahy and Philip Armour they started a meat-packing business in Omaha, Nebraska revolutionizing the meat-packing industry by introducing summer
Inn On Mackinac
Built in 1867 as Chateau Beaumont in memory of the famous Mackinac army surgeon, the Inn on Mackinac has retained its quaint, old fashioned charm. Completely remodeled and redecorated, this beautiful Victorian Era Inn opens its doors as a bed and breakfast.
Ramada Plaza Ojibway hotel
Each room comes with high-speed Internet. There is both wireless and hard wired available in every room Connection cables are available at the Front Desk. Wireless Internet is also available in the Lobby, Freighters Restaurant and Captain's Pub.