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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.

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The historic Metivier Inn, whose beautiful gardens attract the attention of passersby on Market Street all summer long.
The deluxe Jacuzzi Suite, which has a private patio, at the Metivier Inn.
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The deluxe Jacuzzi Suite, which has a private patio, at the Metivier Inn.
The deluxe Jacuzzi Suite, which has a private patio, at the Metivier Inn.
The deluxe Jacuzzi Suite, which has a private patio, at the Metivier Inn.
The turret sitting area of a room on the third floor of the Metivier Inn.
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The view of Market Street and Haldimand Bay in the distance from the turret sitting area of a room on the third floor of the Metivier Inn.
There is plenty of room to relax on the Metivier Inn porch overlooking Market Street.
There is plenty of room to relax on the Metivier Inn porch overlooking Market Street.
The private patio of the Jacuzzi Suite at Metivier Inn.
There is plenty of room to relax on the Metivier Inn porch overlooking Market Street.
The gardens at Metivier Inn: Bed & Breakfast on Mackinac Island, Michigan
The gardens at Metivier Inn: Bed & Breakfast on Mackinac Island, Michigan
Guests are treated to a hearty breakfast every morning at the Metivier Inn.
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We hope all of you are staying safe and healthy. Our first concern is that of our guests and staff. We are hoping for the traditional open date but, we will be patient through this difficult time. Checkin in your neighbors, friends, and family. This social distancing is difficult for everyone. Much love to all of you.
The Metivier Inn Management Team.

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We hope all of you are staying safe and healthy. Our first concern is that of our guests and staff. We are hoping for the traditional open date but, we will be patient through this difficult time. Checkin in your neighbors, friends, and family. This social distancing is difficult for everyone. Much love to all of you. 
The Metivier Inn Management Team. 

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Hugs to all of you! Hope to see you soon

Thanks for the concern!

Love this beautiful purple sunset.

Laura Sevonty, Metiever Inn.

Wednesday March 25th, 2020 - 10:27 am

Metivier Inn:  Bed & Breakfast on Mackinac Island, Michigan

More facts to entertain during these strange times. Share with the beauty and knowledge with your friends virtually.



What is Lake Huron Famous For?
The shores have 120 lighthouses that once was used to guide these boats. The lake is known for its storms and sometimes dangerous sailing, though. On Nov. 9, 1913, Lake Huron was hit by the worst storm ever to hit the Great Lakes. (Facts from LiveScience.com)


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More facts to entertain during these strange times. Share with the beauty and knowledge with your friends virtually. 
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What is Lake Huron Famous For?
The shores have 120 lighthouses that once was used to guide these boats. The lake is known for its storms and sometimes dangerous sailing, though. On Nov. 9, 1913, Lake Huron was hit by the worst storm ever to hit the Great Lakes. (Facts from LiveScience.com)
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Make sure to get outside for some fresh air.

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Saturday March 21st, 2020 - 10:26 am

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A little history about Fort Homes this is the before and swipe right for the after.

Fort Holmes sits atop the highest elevation on Mackinac Island. This recent reconstruction is free and open to the public during normal operating hours May through Oct.

Fort Holmes is a small, wood and earthen fort on the southern end of the highest ridge on Mackinac Island. The fort was constructed by British soldiers in 1814 during the War of 1812 and named Fort George in honor of Britain’s King George III. The fort was constructed to protect Fort Mackinac against an anticipated United States attack during the war. That attack came in the summer of 1814 although the fort was not directly involved in the battle. When United States soldiers peacefully reoccupied the island after the War of 1812 the fort was renamed Fort Holmes in honor of American Major Andrew Hunter Holmes who was killed in the 1814 battle of Mackinac Island.

The fort was occupied by United States troops for just a few years after the War of 1812. It was eventually abandoned and allowed to decay. The site was included as part of Mackinac National Park (1875) and Mackinac Island State Park (1895) and was the site of at least two different viewing towers to enjoy the magnificent views of the Straits of Mackinac from this vantage point. In the 1930’s the federal government, through the Works Progress Administration, reconstructed the fort walls and blockhouse. That reconstruction is now badly deteriorated.

Using the original plans for the fort housed in the National Archives, the Mackinac State Historic Parks accurately reconstruct the fort walls and blockhouse. The walls are made of mounded earth works and logs and the blockhouse is a two-story, hewn log structure with loop holes and port holes for musket and cannon fire.

Information is from @mackinac_parks.

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A little history about Fort Homes this is the before and swipe right for the after.

Fort Holmes sits atop the highest elevation on Mackinac Island. This recent reconstruction is free and open to the public during normal operating hours May through Oct.

Fort Holmes is a small, wood and earthen fort on the southern end of the highest ridge on Mackinac Island. The fort was constructed by British soldiers in 1814 during the War of 1812 and named Fort George in honor of Britain’s King George III. The fort was constructed to protect Fort Mackinac against an anticipated United States attack during the war. That attack came in the summer of 1814 although the fort was not directly involved in the battle. When United States soldiers peacefully reoccupied the island after the War of 1812 the fort was renamed Fort Holmes in honor of American Major Andrew Hunter Holmes who was killed in the 1814 battle of Mackinac Island.

The fort was occupied by United States troops for just a few years after the War of 1812. It was eventually abandoned and allowed to decay. The site was included as part of Mackinac National Park (1875) and Mackinac Island State Park (1895) and was the site of at least two different viewing towers to enjoy the magnificent views of the Straits of Mackinac from this vantage point. In the 1930’s the federal government, through the Works Progress Administration, reconstructed the fort walls and blockhouse. That reconstruction is now badly deteriorated.

Using the original plans for the fort housed in the National Archives, the Mackinac State Historic Parks accurately reconstruct the fort walls and blockhouse. The walls are made of mounded earth works and logs and the blockhouse is a two-story, hewn log structure with loop holes and port holes for musket and cannon fire.

Information is from @mackinac_parks.

#mackinacstatehistoricparks #mackinacisland #mackinacislandlife #mymackinac #makeitmackinac #puremichigan #bedandbreakfast #virtualmichigan #virtualpuremichigan #beourguest #stayhealthy 
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Island House Hotel – Photos

Our latest featured lodging photo album – the Island House Hotel, which completed a $4-million renovation this spring. 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.

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Mackinac Island’s oldest hotel, Island House Hotel offers sweeping harbor views and a full complement of amenities. Far enough from the downtown hustle to enjoy the sounds of horseshoes on the pavement and gentle breezes off the water yet just a short walk to Mackinac Island’s most popular attractions and shopping. Whether relaxing on the porch or enjoying drinks with friends in the garden, the iconic Island House Hotel delivers the complete Island experience.
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1852 Grill Room – Island House Hotel
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Ice House BBQ at Island House Hotel
Ice House BBQ at Island House Hotel
Ice House BBQ at Island House Hotel
Ice House BBQ at Island House Hotel
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Wednesday April 1st, 2020 - 11:00 am

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⚾ The Fort Mackinac "Never Sweats" began swinging their bats in 1885. Though the game may seem familiar, there are certainly differences between the sport we know today and this classic version played one evening each year. ⚾

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⚾ The Fort Mackinac Never Sweats began swinging their bats in 1885. Though the game may seem familiar, there are certainly differences between the sport we know today and this classic version played one evening each year. ⚾

https://www.mackinacparks.com/an-introduction-to-vintage-base-ball/

Tuesday March 31st, 2020 - 11:00 am

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Sunsets are proof that no matter what happens, every day can end beautifully.

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Two summers ago our boat broke down in Lake Huron on the way to De Tour from Mackinac Island. Even though it was an awful situation, we got to see the most amazing sunset while we were stuck out there.

Beautiful

GORGEOUS

Pretty

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Monday March 30th, 2020 - 11:01 am

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This is more what I had in mind when you said social distancing... 🚣🏼🚣🏼‍♀️🚣🏼‍♀️🚣🏼‍♀️🚣🏼‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday March 28th, 2020 - 5:00 pm

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Mackinac Island from the top of the Mackinac Bridge 👀

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We saw it being built on our honeymoon almost 63 years ago.

Looking forward to our visit in May! Maybe!

Won't find me up that high. Will keep my feet / body on the ground level.

Be there in June for Lilac festival and our annual trip up

See you in June...no matter what.

Love this place!!!!

Susan Holmes Moorman wow!

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Harbour View Inn – Photos

Summer 2019 officially began on Friday, 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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Harbour View Inn offers a variety of lodging options including elegant guest rooms in the historic Chateau LaFramboise, once owned by Madame Magdelaine LaFramboise.
The view of Mackinac Harbor and the Round Island Passage from the front porch at Harbour View Inn.
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The spacious porch at Harbour View Inn
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Thursday March 26th, 2020 - 1:45 pm

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Thank you so much! I needed that!

What a wonderful moment of relaxation at my favorite place 😍

Love it ...💓

Tuesday March 24th, 2020 - 9:11 am

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Tuesday March 17th, 2020 - 7:48 am

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🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 We’re ready!!!!

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Wednesday March 11th, 2020 - 2:01 pm

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Snow & sun on the East Bluff!

Photo by Sara Wright of It’s Wonderful Photography.
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Snow & sun on the East Bluff!

Photo by Sara Wright of It’s Wonderful Photography.

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We always stay joyously at Harbor View Inn. Gorgeous photo!

Beautiful ! Looks like a painting.

Love Harbour View...💓

Looks timeless!!!

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The Inn at Stonecliffe – Photos

Our latest lodging photo album features the Inn at Stonecliffe, located in the park-like interior of Mackinac Island. Set high on a bluff amid lush lawns and colorful gardens, The Inn at Stonecliffe offers breathtaking views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge.

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Set high on a bluff amid lush lawns and colorful gardens, The Inn at Stonecliffe offers breathtaking views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge.
Set high on a bluff amid lush lawns and colorful gardens, The Inn at Stonecliffe offers breathtaking views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge.
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Tuesday March 24th, 2020 - 9:59 am

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Debra Wilson is our giveaway winner! Please email us at weddings@theinnatstonecliffe so we can connect to get you set up for your stay!

Thank you to everyone who commented and we hope we will see you all soon!

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Congratulations! Enjoy your time!

Wednesday March 18th, 2020 - 1:17 pm

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Our Family Fun Package is the perfect way to make some Mackinac memories this summer!

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Tuesday March 17th, 2020 - 2:22 pm

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Announcing the winner on FRIDAY 3/20! Keep sharing and commenting to win an overnight at The Inn at Stonecliffe! We can't wait to see you!

#DestinationStonecliffe

www.theinnatstonecliffe.comThe recent warmer temps and long stretches of sunshine have us feeling ready for Spring! Anyone else have that feeling? Share this post and tell us what you want to do on Mackinac Island this year and be entered to win a One Night Stay with us for the 2020 season!
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Announcing the winner on FRIDAY 3/20! Keep sharing and commenting to win an overnight at The Inn at Stonecliffe! We cant wait to see you!

#DestinationStonecliffe

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My husband and I would LOVE to come back to celebrate our anniversary! We were married at Stonecliffe 25 years ago in August!

I thought i already commented on this post, but guess not!😊🤷 Anyway, we come up to the island for Mother's day every year to celebrate my mom and my sister. We have always loved the island (I lived there for a season and sister got married there) and enjoy staying at new places each year. Thanks for doing a fun giveaway during this crazy time!

I just want to walk around the whole island and take in every beautiful piece of it <3. When I was younger me and my sisters came here for vacation 16 years straight. We loved it!! It's forever in our hearts <3

This would be a fabulous place to visit. While we've been to the island, never here. What a wonderful place to celebrate our 20th anniversary.

Never stayed here yet....maybe you can change that?! 😊 explore more of the island and be able to check out your beautiful place.

Our daughter was married at the Inn last October. It is so magical and the entire staff is wonderful. I can think of no better gift than to let them celebrate their first anniversary there.

I love staying up on the bluff and looking out over the water and seeing that beautiful Bridge! My husband and I tell people about this all the time!

Most Beautiful, Romantic place on Earth' absolutely the best place to stay for a visit to the island. 😍😇😁

My hubby and i will be married for 21 years in June and have never taken a honeymoon would love to stay here as a better late then never honeymoon 🙂

My sister and I ride our bikes around the island every year. I can’t wait to do it again this year.

I would love to come to the island to enjoy peace and quiet. The island is one of the most beautiful places and right now probably the safest place on earth to be..

We stayed at this wonderful place 5 years ago for our 45th anniversary! It was fabulous with a wonderful chef who prepared wonderful meals. June 13 is our 50th wedding anniversary and our trip to China, HK and Japan of course was cancelled because of the virus!! I would love to come back to Stonecliff to celebrate!! We both love the island and the history, peace and tranquility that can be found there!

It has been 20 years since we stayed on the island. I would love to walk, bike and just enjoy the beauty of it!

Walk, I want to go for a walk on as many trails as possible. To see the beauty of the interior of the island is so inspiring, so peaceful. 🥰 Just love it so much.

I would love a chance to take a carriage ride around the island with my sweetheart of 36 yrs. It’s been way too long since we visited beautiful Mackinaw Island

I’d love to visit the island with my girls and husband and just enjoy the beauty. My girls and husband have never been there.

It would be a true pleasure to stay at Stonecliffe and the many beautiful sights nearby ♥️

We will be celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary!!

Hike, bike and take in all the sights and sounds of Mackinac ❤️

Been planning a stay on the island this summer,would love to stay here and see what I remember,it has been 30 yrs!

My childhood happy place! I’d love to visit and stay at The Inn❤️

Would love to stay there to celebrate our 25th (even though it was last November. Lol).

Almost 37 years ago, my husband and I honeymooned on Mackinac Island. Would love to spend time on the island again going back in time.

My husband and I spend our honeymoon in and on Mackinaw. in August we are celebrating our 50th Anniversary. Plans to go to Mackinaw.

I’d just love to walk around and soak up all the beautiful things the island has to offer.

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Monday March 16th, 2020 - 11:59 am

The Inn at Stonecliffe - Mackinac Island

Today’s view from the Coal Dock!
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Walkway Garden at Hotel Iroquois – Photos

Here’s a quick glimpse of the walkway garden leading to the Carriage House Restaurant at the Hotel Iroquois. Look for this garden to get more sumptuous and colorful at the summer season progresses. (Photos taken June 11, 2019.)

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Here's a quick glimpse of the walkway garden leading to the Carriage House Restaurant at the Hotel Iroquois. Look for this garden to get more sumptuous and colorful at the summer season progresses. (Photos taken June 11, 2019.)
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Wednesday December 25th, 2019 - 8:49 pm

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Merry Christmas to the best place on the island. 🎄🎄❤️ to mrs mack and her girls 😘💕🤠 from a friend of j Morgan

Love this place!! Merry Christmas to you all!!

Merry Christmas! I loved my stay last year. I will be back!

Love the classic Iroquois Hotel.

Merry Christmas 🎄

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

See you in 2020.

Merry Christmas to everybody on Mackinac Island .

Merry Christmas !

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas 🎄🎁

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Merry Christmas 🎄

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Thursday November 28th, 2019 - 7:42 am

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Wishing you all a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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I hope your lovely place is not too damaged from those waves!

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃 hope you are enjoying the day and aren’t working too hard !

Best place on the island. Love it

Happy Thanksgiving <3

Sunday October 27th, 2019 - 5:12 pm

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Who ever said that " You'll have so much time when you retire " while we were Thankful to be home this weekend 👍 See you in the spring ....if not before in Midland ....hugs Marti

Had a wonderful stay last month. Have stayed many times with you guys over the years. Would not stay anywhere else on the island. Love it there!!!

We sure missed staying at Hotel Iroquois & visiting Mackinac Island this year! See you next year!

We had a wonderful stay last week!’ Thankyou so much!

I love your hotel!! Such special memories for me. Hope it was a great season.

Yes !...and have a healthy and beautiful winter! Don and Kath

We absolutely loved our stay for our 20th anniversary in September. Enjoy your winter season off.

We had a wonderful stay in June!

A great place to stay ... see you next year!

Fantastic place. Beautiful sunrises...

Have a great winter off!

Can’t wait to be back!! Hotel Iroquois was one of our hi-lights of 2019 for us!

Have a nice winter Mrs Mac

The best hotel on the island

Oh you will 😍

See you next year!

Will be back in 2020.

Nooooo say it ain't so

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Saturday October 26th, 2019 - 2:55 pm

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Our honeymo👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩on and anniversary place. Love it and the staff.

This is our Happy Place❤️❤️

This place is a favorite of ours...

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Lakebluff Condos & Suites – Photos

The 2019 Mackinac Island Lilac Festival is underway this week and wraps up this Sunday with the Lilac Festival Grand Parade. It’s good to know there’s much more summer fun is ahead. Our latest lodging photo album features Lakebluff Condos & Suites, located in the interior, “Stonecliffe” area of Mackinac Island. Lakebluff Condos & Suites are situated high on the West Bluff with expansive views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge.

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This beautiful 3 bedroom Suite has a vaulted ceiling living room with fireplace and sliding glass patio doors which places you on a balcony facing the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge.
Lakebluff Condos & Suites are situated high atop the West Bluff on beautiful Mackinac Island. All accommodations have panoramic views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets on the grounds of of Stonecliffe Estate.
The one-room Romantic Honeymoon Suite that sleeps two with a solarium over-looking a breathtaking view of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets.
The dining area of the three-bedroom suite with vaulted ceiling and spacious, open layout.
The loft bedroom of the three-bedroom suite with views of the Straits of Mackinac.
Master Bath with a whirlpool tub and a separate shower.
Garden view bedroom of the three bedroom suite.
Master Bath with a whirlpool tub and a separate shower.
The one-room Romantic Honeymoon Suite that sleeps two with a solarium over-looking a breathtaking view of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets.
The solarium has a small dining table and two chairs besides a sectional Lounge.
View of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge from the grounds of Lakebluff Condos & Suites.
Lakebluff Condos & Suites are situated high atop the West Bluff on beautiful Mackinac Island. All accommodations have panoramic views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets on the grounds of of Stonecliffe Estate.
This suite has a fully equipped kitchen with a bay window in the dining area with a spectacular view of the strait. The living room has a sleeper sofa nestled in front of a fireplace.  Sliding glass doors off the living room will step you on to a balcony for a panoramic view of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets
The loft bedroom of the three-bedroom suite.
The one room Romantic Honeymoon Suite that sleeps two. The kitchen has a microwave, bar refrigerator, toaster and coffeemaker.
Wake up to views of the Straits of Mackinac in the honeymoon suite.
Flats of spring flowers about to be planted in the gardens at Lakebluff Condos & Suites.
This suite has a fully equipped kitchen with a bay window in the dining area with a spectacular view of the strait.
This beautiful 3 bedroom Suite has a vaulted ceiling living room with fireplace and sliding glass patio doors which places you on a balcony facing the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge.
The loft bedroom of the three-bedroom suite with views of the Straits of Mackinac.
The back deck overlooks the Straits of Mackinac with magnificent evening sunsets.
The back deck overlooks the Straits of Mackinac with magnificent evening sunsets.
This Suite has a spacious bathroom with an oversized whirlpool rub and a separate shower.
The living room has a sleeper sofa nestled in front of a fireplace.  Sliding glass doors off the living room will step you on to a balcony for a panoramic view of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets
All suites come with luxurious master bedrooms.
Here's the view from the loft of the three-bedroom suite.
View from the back deck of the honeymoon suite.
The second bedroom of a two-bedroom suite with a private patio.
Here's the view from the loft of the three-bedroom suite.
Spacious, luxurious bedroom of the three-bedroom suite.
The bathroom features an oversized bench shower and the whirlpool tub is romantically situated in the main room nestled next to the fireplace.
This suite has a fully equipped kitchen with a bay window in the dining area with a spectacular view of the strait.
The living room has a sleeper sofa nestled in front of a fireplace.  Sliding glass doors off the living room will step you on to a balcony for a panoramic view of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets.
Here's the view from the loft of the three-bedroom suite.
The one-room Romantic Honeymoon Suite that sleeps two with a solarium over-looking a breathtaking view of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets.
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