Upper Peninsula Bed and Breakfasts, Country Inns, and Historic Hotels
 
 
Curtis, MI (The Manistique Lakes Area)
Chamberlins Ole Forest Inn, P.O. Box 307, Curtis, MI 49820, 800-292-0440 or 906-586-6000. Overlooking Big Manistique Lake, a mile north of Curtis Michigan in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Full of history, updated in the '90s in its decor, secluded, casual fine dining, 11 well-appointed guest rooms.
 
Hulbert, MI
Tahquamenon Hotel, Hulbert, MI. The Historic Tahquamenon Hotel offers 14 comfortable rooms, some with private bathrooms, for travelers to the area. Breakfast served Friday thro ugh Tuesday and daily during snowmobile season. Free Wi-Fi.  Dining nearby. Stop and relax while you go fishing, hunting, ATVing, or snowmobiling with easy trail access. Pets Welcome. Tahquamenon Hotel, 10429 South Maple, Hulbert, MI 49748 Phone: 906-876- 2388
Keweenaw Peninsula
Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Ahmeek, MI (906-337-1744) on Lake Superior. 8 rooms with bath, furnished in Victorian style, fireplace in lounge, great views from the lighthouse tower. See an original fresnel lens, nautical lighthouse artifacts, enjoy the many antiques, oil paintings and photographs. Lighthouse tour daily. Sand Hills is the largest lighthouse built on the Great Lakes.
 
Munisin
Timber Ridge Inn, N4045 Buckhorn Road, Munising, Michigan 49862, Phone (906) 387-3790. All 9 suites have individual decks overlooking Hovey Lake in the heart of the Hiawatha National Forest.
 

 

 

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