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Truly lovely, one of a kind rooms. Rose's daily creations are so delicious...delightful breakfast, afternoon cookies right from the oven, and nightly decadent dessert are all awesome. Staff is warm and friendly. We will be back!
We stayed in May of 2016 and had a mix of snow and rain. We didn't get to spend as much time as we would have liked to outside, but the Bay View was such a nice place that we didn't mind at all. This...More
My wife and I have stayed at the Bay View on two separate occasions and had a wonderful experience both time. Fantastic setting (waterfront hotel on one of the most beautiful locations in the USA), cordial and helpful staff, great food, and nice rooms. Anyone...More
I loved this place and also Mackinac Island in general. The location is great right on the Main Street overlooking the water but down a bit from the overly busy and noisy section. The rooms are comfy and the breakfast and evening dessert are real...More
Nice people, nice location, quaint, etc. but the rooms are way too small for the amount of large old fashioned furniture within them. We are talking cramped spaces with nary a place to hang your clothes and many places to stub your toe. The front...More
The Original Mackinac Island Butterfly House & Insect World
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We called for reservations and the only room available was 101. Any idea what this room is like? We had been to the Island 50 years ago for our honeymoon and going back to celebrate our 50 years together. Plan on doing some biking and hiking.
17 August 2015|
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Very small, I think. At least you don't have to take stairs.
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"We were there for a 1/2 marathon and it was centrally located between town and race start and finish."