The Mackinac Blog

Welcome To Mackinac Island!

A trip to Mackinac Island is a journey to the best part of the past. Step off the ferry and you are immersed in a new world: horse carriages wait for passengers instead of taxis and families ride bicycles – yes, mom, dad and the kids, all together – through the streets downtown.

Some visitors to Mackinac Island come for the elegant places to stay, such as Grand Hotel or the Hotel Iroquois. Others for the rich history of Fort Mackinac. Still others come to shop and to hear the clip clop of the horses and take a scenic carriage tour or ride bicycles to the interior and around the shoreline of the island. And almost everyone, of course, wanders into one of the many sweet-smelling candy shops downtown for a taste (or more) of creamy Mackinac Island Fudge

One of the best ways to visit Mackinac Island is to find a place to stay on the island and experience the entire day – from sunrise to sunset – and watch the lights come on in the evening. Our Interactive Lodging Map will help you find your favorite resort, hotel or historic inn, or bed & breakfast on Mackinac Island.
 
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Mackinac Island Photo Albums

The Cottage Inn of Mackinac – Photos
Our next featured lodging photo album is The Cottage Inn of Mackinac, a modern, Victorian-style B&B with cozy deluxe guest rooms and luxurious suites, located in downtown Mackinac Island on Market Street. The Cottage Inn provides all the essentials for a great B&B stay on Mackinac Island – clean, comfortable accommodations, a hearty breakfast, a [...] more...

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast – Photos
Our latest lodging photo album features Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast, located on Market Street. Cloghaun is one of the oldest Victorian homes on Mackinac Island and has been lovingly preserved by the descendants of Thomas and Bridget Donnelly to offer guests a tranquil, romantic getaway. One of the most popular B & Bs on the [...] more...

Metivier Inn – Photos
Our next featured lodging photo album highlights the Metivier Inn, a historic Bed and Breakfast located on Market Street. The Metivier Inn offers 22 guest rooms tastefully decorated in a blend of English and French country style. In the morning guests are treated to a gourmet continental breakfast buffet. The spacious front porch is perfect [...] more...

Island House Hotel – Photos
On the first days of summer we’d like to present our latest featured lodging photo album – the Island House Hotel. Mackinac Island’s oldest hotel, the Island House Hotel offers sweeping harbor views and a full complement of amenities. From the hotel’s spacious porch, guests can enjoy the clip-clop of horse carriages passing by and [...] more...

Harbour View Inn – Photos
Summer 2018 officially begins this Thursday, June 21. That means there is still time to plan your summer vacation trip to Mackinac Island. Our latest lodging photo album features Harbour View Inn, located on Huron Street (Main Street) a short stroll from downtown. Harbour View Inn offers a variety of lodging options including elegant guest [...] more...

 
Mackinac Island Featured Lodging
 

Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel is situated on the southwestern bluff of Mackinac Island overlooking the Straits of Mackinac and – in the distance – the Mackinac Bridge. From the front porch – the world’s largest at 660 feet – guests can look down at the well-kept gardens and relax and enjoy the ambiance of “somewhere in [...] more...

Hotel Iroquois
Located on the waterfront at the western edge of town, the Hotel Iroquois is convenient to all the main-street attractions of Mackinac Island, yet far enough away to offer guests a bit of privacy from the downtown bustle. Stunning views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge are the hallmark of a stay [...] more...

Mission Point Resort
Mission Point Resort is located on Mackinac Island, one of the most unique island destinations in the world. Guests are enchanted by Mission Point’s relaxed atmosphere, award-winning cuisine, rustic fireside ambiance, rich culture, arts and activities, broad lawns and lush gardens that together create the perfect setting for renewal, inspiration and meaningful connections. Nestled on 18 acres [...] more...

Chippewa Hotel
A stay at the Chippewa Hotel puts you right in the middle of all the charms of Mackinac Island. Choose a main street room and wake up to the clip-clop of the horse carriages passing along the street below. Stay in a Harbor View waterfront room or suite and enjoy the views of the harbor [...] more...

Lilac Tree Suites and Spa
With thirty-nine uniquely appointed suites, the Lilac Tree Suites and Spa reflects the French, English and American heritage of Mackinac Island. Each spacious suite has a living room and a separate sleeping room. No two suites are alike. The unique decor is accented with variations of wood, wicker and iron. Traditional antiques and modern fixtures combine [...] more...

Main Street Inn and Suites
Step back in time with an overnight stay on beautiful and historic Mackinac Island. Our well-appointed 18 rooms and suites provide comfortable elegance, perfect for honeymoon couples to large families. We offer affordable accommodations with many outstanding amenities, including a communal sitting room with pool table, cable television, and games. Our nightly turndown service includes a fudge [...] more...

Lakebluff Condos and Suites – Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island Lakebluff Condos at Stonecliffe are situated high atop the West Bluff on beautiful Mackinac Island. There are acres of bike trails, walking trails and roads throughout and around Mackinac Island. Our accommodations have panoramic views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets on the grounds of Stonecliffe Estate. GOLF [...] more...

The Inn at Stonecliffe
Discretely situated high atop the west bluff of Mackinac Island, The Inn at Stonecliffe welcomes you to experience the historic charm and unparalleled beauty of this one-of-a-kind Mackinac Island summer estate hotel. Today, completely remodeled and expanded, this Edwardian style Inn & hotel celebrates its first century with an unmatched location and grand views of [...] more...

Harbour View Inn
Immerse yourself in the ​historic​ charm that has made Mackinac Island famous when you stay at the Harbour View Inn – a hotel with a fascinating history of its own. Located only a short walk from the best attractions on Michigan’s Mackinac Island, yet away from the bustling traffic of downtown, this relaxing hotel complex offers the perfect romantic retreat. more...

Island House Hotel
Mackinac Island’s oldest hotel, Island House Hotel offers sweeping harbor views and a full complement of amenities. As a Historic Hotel of America and State of Michigan landmark, it is no surprise guests have flocked to this Mackinac Island waterfront hotel for 165 years. In addition to stunning waterfront views, guests choose the Island House Hotel [...] more...

Metivier Inn
A small lovely boutique country inn, the Metivier Inn offers 22 charming guest rooms for your stay on Mackinac Island, each including air conditioning and private baths. The rooms are uniquely and tastefully decorated in a blend of English and French country style. Most of our rooms are ideal for couples or solo travelers, as [...] more...

Cottage Inn of Mackinac Island
Located on quiet Market Street, the Cottage Inn is just one block from the downtown area. Ferry Docks, Mackinac Island State Parks, historic Fort Mackinac and the Mackinac Island Marina are only a short stroll away. Featuring a large front porch for enjoying breakfast or just relaxing while taking in the clip clop of horse [...] more...

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast
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 rooms individually designed and decorated with antiques [...] more...

Pine Cottage Bed & Breakfast
There is no experience quite as unique as Mackinac Island. One begins stepping back in time at the first glimpse from the ferry of historic buildings while rounding Biddle Point. When emerging onto Main Street, history unfolds while horse drawn carriages pass by and the preferred method of travel is a bicycle. Pine Cottage is [...] more...

 
 

The Cottage Inn of Mackinac – Photos

Our next featured lodging photo album is The Cottage Inn of Mackinac, a modern, Victorian-style B&B with cozy deluxe guest rooms and luxurious suites, located in downtown Mackinac Island on Market Street. The Cottage Inn provides all the essentials for a great B&B stay on Mackinac Island – clean, comfortable accommodations, a hearty breakfast, a front porch surrounded by beautiful gardens with views of the historical buildings on Market Street and nearby Fort Mackinac.

The Cottage Inn of Mackinac – Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
 

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Sunday July 22nd, 2018 - 3:18 pm

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Sunday July 22nd, 2018 - 5:24 am

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For the love of Mackinac and Baseball!
Fort Mackinac Vintage Baseball Game.. ⚾️💙 What a fun night we had watching the Mackinac Never Sweats vs the Mackinaw City Boys! Great game gentleman.
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For the love of Mackinac and Baseball! 
Fort Mackinac Vintage Baseball Game.. ⚾️💙 What a fun night we had watching the Mackinac Never Sweats vs the Mackinaw City Boys! Great game gentleman.

Saturday July 21st, 2018 - 1:10 pm

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Saturday July 21st, 2018 - 7:01 am

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Wow!! Complimentary?

Oh I think I see the yummy pumpkin dessert! Love the breakfast!

Best breakfast I have had thus far when staying on the Island!!

Mine too!!!, I'm gonna do some damage when I come there....Dave you better double everything

Caleb Martin

So yummu

Always delicious!!

.....and it was excellent!!!

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Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast – Photos

Our latest lodging photo album features Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast, located on Market Street. Cloghaun is one of the oldest Victorian homes on Mackinac Island and has been lovingly preserved by the descendants of Thomas and Bridget Donnelly to offer guests a tranquil, romantic getaway. One of the most popular B & Bs on the island, Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast is known for it’s historic charm and lovely setting perched on a slope above Market Street.

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast – Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
 

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Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast – Photos From Instagram

Here are the latest photos of Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of your visit to Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast, choose “Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast” as your location and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.
 

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Friday January 27th, 2012 - 9:09 am

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast

Got Yoga? We are excited to announce the Serenity Yoga Retreat Oct 21-23. Join us for three days of basic yoga postures, energetic flow, gentle yoga, meditation, and guided meditative walks. This retreat is appropriate for all levels of experience. Come to refresh, reflect, renew and relax with yoga in the beautiful setting of Mackinac Island. Conducted by Pattie McCann from Strongheart Yoga Studio in Warren. For info/registration you can call us at 888-442-5929. Lets gather and have some fun!! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Cloughaun ROCKS...

Hi, Marti and Paul - looking forward to our next visit. Yes, I AGREE that The Cloughan Rocks!!

Yes, it does!

Wednesday June 9th, 2010 - 8:05 am

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Mackinac Island Book Club saves the day - Thank you to the book club for helping to get the Cloghaun gardens planted. We could not have done it without the help of everyone!! What a fantastic job and the gardens could not look better!! Island Slice pizza provided lunch for the crew (the pizzas were great). Thank you Bob and all of the gardeners. ... See MoreSee Less

Mackinac Island Book Club saves the day - Thank you to the book club for helping to get the Cloghaun  gardens planted.  We could not have done it without the help of everyone!!  What a fantastic job and the gardens could not look better!!  Island Slice pizza provided lunch for the crew (the pizzas were great).  Thank you Bob and all of the gardeners.

 

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Family, friends, neighbors are all the same to me -- wonderful, caring & loving. The garden at Cloghaun is such an inspiring example of this!

THANK YOU all you gardening angels! Your caring warms my heart. You are the best, your are missed and loved!

Their smiles say it all. Looking forward to seeing the garden on our next visit.

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Friday May 7th, 2010 - 8:08 am

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast

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Hope its a great day for you guys! Give gramps dehaan and birthday hug from me!

Have a great season. We may be joining you later this month.

Have a great first day. You guys will do great. See you soon I hope.

carol is up there as we speak..

Wednesday April 28th, 2010 - 6:46 am

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69 days and counting until my official "honeymoon"!!

We hope you have a full house! And another Great Season. We have our own count down started! It cant come soon enough for us.

Looking forward to our stay in late May!

Wish I was there with you!

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Metivier Inn – Photos

Our next featured lodging photo album highlights the Metivier Inn, a historic Bed and Breakfast located on Market Street. The Metivier Inn offers 22 guest rooms tastefully decorated in a blend of English and French country style. In the morning guests are treated to a gourmet continental breakfast buffet. The spacious front porch is perfect for people watching. Guests can relax on the porch in the afternoon surrounded by some of the loveliest gardens on Mackinac Island and watch the horse carriages go by – clip-clopping – on Market Street below.

Metivier Inn – Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
 

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Do you prefer a bicycle built for two or one?

And a quick shout out to @mackinacwheels. We had a guest recently crash within five minutes of their arrival, and we took his time down to Mackinac Wheels. His bike was fixed within an hour.
🚲😉🍦🌷🌊⛴🚴🍦
#makeitmackinac #mymackinac #mackinacisland #bicycles #bicyclevacation
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Do you prefer a bicycle built for two or one? 

And a quick shout out to @mackinacwheels. We had a guest recently crash within five minutes of their arrival, and we took his time down to Mackinac Wheels. His bike was fixed within an hour. 
🚲😉🍦🌷🌊⛴🚴🍦
#makeitmackinac #mymackinac #mackinacisland #bicycles #bicyclevacation

 

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One.."

Bicycle built for one

Everyone should try a tandem once, just for the experience....After that, a single bike is MUCH easier! 😊

Luke mastered the tandem on Thursday!!

One

One, but two was fun to try once

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The clip-clop of summertime. 🚲🐴🐎🚴☀️🍦⛴ @mackinac_island_
#makeitmackinac #mymackinac #repost #metivierinn #beourguest #bedandbreakfast #mackinacisland #puremichigan
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The clip-clop of summertime. 🚲🐴🐎🚴☀️🍦⛴ @mackinac_island_ 
#makeitmackinac #mymackinac #repost #metivierinn #beourguest #bedandbreakfast #mackinacisland #puremichigan

 

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Liz Robillard we should plan a family trip here next year

It’s a lovely sound 😊

Mackinac Island & METIVIER Inn. Is one of the prettiest places to visit in the states!! It is my Happy Place!! There is not a prettier place to stay—METIVIER INN is the prettiest B & B on the island. The rooms are Beautiful & the Gardens are gorgeous & well kept!!! Can’t wait to go back in 2019

Conveniently located one street up from the docks. Most chose to walk but, I guess Blanca had another idea.

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Conveniently located one street up from the docks. Most chose to walk but, I guess Blanca had another idea. 

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#MetivierInn #MyMackinac #MakeitMackinac #MackinacIsland

 

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We love this picture of you two!😍

Girl gotta have fun!!

Is that filled with water? Looks like it

You two are so cute ❤️

You guys are so fun. Adorable.

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We love this time of year when the marina is filled with sailboats and flags.

#MackinacIsland #Greatlakes #makeitmackinac #MyMackinac #MetivierInn
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We love this time of year when the marina is filled with sailboats and flags. 

#MackinacIsland #Greatlakes #makeitmackinac #MyMackinac #MetivierInn
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Island House Hotel – Photos

On the first days of summer we’d like to present our latest featured lodging photo album – the Island House Hotel. Mackinac Island’s oldest hotel, the Island House Hotel offers sweeping harbor views and a full complement of amenities. From the hotel’s spacious porch, guests can enjoy the clip-clop of horse carriages passing by and feel the gentle breezes off of Mackinac Harbor and the Straits of Mackinac Island. Shopping in downtown Mackinac Island is a short walk away.

Island House Hotel – Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
 

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Sunday July 22nd, 2018 - 4:18 pm

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A blooming good times at Ice House BBQ!
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#islandhousemackinac #icehousemackinac #gardenseating #bbq #blooms #jackbarnwelldesign #hiddengem
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A blooming good times at Ice House BBQ! 
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Loved the trivia nite when we were there!

Saturday July 21st, 2018 - 6:30 pm

Island House Hotel

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Thursday July 19th, 2018 - 7:42 pm

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Bell's Beer Bayview Mackinac Race
FINAL WRAP:

Winners Named after Challengingly Slow
Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race

DETROIT, MICH. (July 19, 2018) – Tediously light winds made for one of the slowest Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Races in decades. In fact, the 94-year-old distance race, which started Saturday, July 14 on lower Lake Huron, was so slow that at Tuesday’s final party at Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel, awards were handed out as some competitors were still finishing up. Most years, the first boats finish on Sunday, but this year the first two finishers –The Reichel/Pugh Max Z86 Windquest and the Reichel/Pugh 74 Wizard, the largest boats in the race – didn’t arrive until Monday morning.

“Eleven boats were still out there when we started Tuesday’s awards party at 11 a.m., and when the band stopped playing at 3:30 p.m., four boats were still out,” said Chairman Gary Shoemaker. He further explained that after the two big boats finished, there was not another single finisher until seven Santa Cruz 70s finished, interestingly, within 15 minutes of each other at 4pm Monday afternoon. “By midnight only 18 boats had finished, and by 6 a.m. on Tuesday there were 33 left to go, so in six hours we finished 146 boats or 75% of the fleet,” said Shoemaker, commending the Race Committee on their diligence.

Winners were named in all 17 classes that had sailed one or the other of two distance courses offered: the 204 nm Shore Course and the 259 nm Cove Island Course. The overall prize in Division II went to brothers Al and Bob Declercq (St. Clair Shores, Mich,) who systematically outsailed all other classes on the Shore Course with their Declercq 36 Flying Buffalo
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Both Declerqs, who each have won “30 or so” Mackinac Races, found this edition of the Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac satisfying despite the frustrating conditions. “Flying Buffalo is not a light-air boat, and we were able to win in our worst conditions, so we’re happy about that,” said Al Declerq. He cited the S&S Pilot 33 Albacore and the Tartan 34 Chippewa as the closest competitors in their Class O (they finished second and third to Flying Buffalo, respectively), and overall, the Beneteau First 42 Comfortably Numb (winner of Class N and second overall on the Shore Course) was “right there.” “We tried to watch them and sail with them the whole time instead of separating; I’d rather be close and try to outsail them instead of far away and just having luck come into play,” he said.

Declerq also described a squall with 30 mph winds that hit them 40 miles from the finish line (about 4 p.m. on Monday). “It lasted only 20 minutes, and we switched to smaller sails. We were side-by-side with another boat in our class; we were ready, they were not, and in ten minutes we were a mile ahead of them.”

Matthew Schaedler’s J/122 Blitzkrieg won overall in Division I on the Cove Island Course. Representing North Cape Yacht Club in Monroe, Michigan (north of Toledo, Ohio, where Schaedler is from), the boat and team made an impression on everyone. “When you think of the rocket ships on our long course, it’s amazing that this J/122 came from a great distance and just smoked everybody,” said Chairman Shoemaker.

“This year was nearly twice the time on the water as last year’s race, requiring a second night at sea,” said Gurski. “Nights are when races are lost.”

On the first night, when the wind was light and variable, Adagio was able to gain separation from the fleet by constantly changing sails and trimming. On night two, the wind was much better and Adagio increased its separation by staying focused and gearing up and down with sail changes as required. Day three served up heavier air, and it was all about maintaining concentration, as fatigue was at its worst. “There wasn’t any rest for the crew on day three,” said Gurski. “We have a great fleet of smart and seasoned sailors, and we knew the boats behind us were in better air for longer and would take advantage of that to cover their handicaps. Some were running right down the rhumb line, making great VMG. We knew it would be very tight on corrected, so we just kept pressing all the way to the island.

The last finisher, or “the pickle boat” as some call it, was the Seidelmann 299 Sojourner, which is owned and raced by the Boy Scouts of America Sea Scout Ship 1148. They had spent three years renovating their boat and preparing for the race, so giving up was not an option. The team arrived in port Tuesday evening.

“I’m so proud of them, that they finished what they started,” said Shoemaker. A total of 42 boats weren’t so dogged and dropped out, some in the first 24 hours, having run out of food, water and patience in the light winds.

Sponsors for the 2018 Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race include Bell's Brewery, Grand Hotel, Gill, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry, North Sails, Pentastar Aviation, Legal Copy Services, Aitken & Ormond Insurance, Frankenmuth Insurance, Coral Reef Sailing Apparel, Vortexx Pressure Washers, Sykes & Webster, and Bayview Yacht Club Foundation. Supporters are Detroit Sports Media, Marx Layne, Freighter’s Eatery & Tap Room, Futuramic Tool and Engineering, General RV Center, It’s Your Window, Marygrove Awnings, Mike's Marine Supply, Offshore Spars, Pink Pony - Chippewa Hotel, and Thomas Hardware Company.
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Wednesday July 18th, 2018 - 12:00 pm

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Much like the view from our porch!

#Repost @insidemackinac
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Watch a time lapse of Main Street and the Mackinac Harbor this morning. You will see several sailboats from the Bayview to Mackinac Race head back to Port Huron.
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Well remember this view! Beautiful and so peaceful!

Wonderful place, wish I were there now.

Great view! How come your front porch webcam is down?

That’s our favorite place to stay on Mackinac!!

1 week. ❤️ Can’t wait!

STAYED HERE ON MY HONEYMOON.

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Harbour View Inn – Photos

Summer 2018 officially begins this Thursday, June 21. That means there is still time to plan your summer vacation trip to Mackinac Island. Our latest lodging photo album features Harbour View Inn, located on Huron Street (Main Street) a short stroll from downtown. Harbour View Inn offers a variety of lodging options including elegant guest rooms in the historic Chateau LaFramboise, once owned by Madame Magdelaine LaFramboise.

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Sunday July 22nd, 2018 - 4:52 pm

Harbour View Inn

Race updates!

Chicago Yacht Club Race To Mackinac
RACE UPDATE: Much of the #CYCRTM fleet has been hugging the Michigan shore in hopes of relief from the waves while further north, Il Mostro Racing, "Windquest", and "Wizard" are in a battle for line honors position, tacking through the Manitou Islands getting ready for a potential finish later tonight. #AmericasOffshoreChallenge
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Spot on report, TY

Thursday July 19th, 2018 - 12:32 pm

Harbour View Inn

Who's hungry? Bill's Grill at the Harbour View Inn is now open!

Open for lunch daily at 11:00am! Also ask about our HarbourQ Package that includes lunch at the grill!

www.harbourviewinn.com #HarbourViewInn
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Whos hungry? Bills Grill at the Harbour View Inn is now open! 

Open for lunch daily at 11:00am! Also ask about our HarbourQ Package that includes lunch at the grill!

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Will it be open Sept 9? What the menu? Put it on Facebook

will be next door in Aug. really need to try a grilled chix. or burger. They look really good.

Looking forward to our visit in a couple of weeks!

Kyle Loewengruber - I CANT WAIT!!! <3

Delicious food and great service!

Just had burger 2 days ago....excellent!

Oh wow, would love to come back.

Looks really good!

Cannot wait to see you guys soon!!!!!!! So so excited!!! Brian look!! 😘

Jason Nam

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Tuesday July 17th, 2018 - 1:01 pm

Harbour View Inn

They’re here!

#BBBMR #MyMackinac
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They’re here!

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