Overnight visitors to Michigan’s Mackinac Island often observe that the best time to enjoy the island is in the early morning or late evening when the last ferry has carried the daily visitors back to the mainland. At The Inn at Stonecliffe, you’ll enjoy that feeling every moment of your stay. Anywhere you turn, tranquility and relaxation await, from the breathtaking bluff-top views of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge to the Inn’s lush, rolling lawns.
The legendary Inn at Stonecliffe enjoys a storied place in Mackinac Island history. Built in 1904 as a family summer escape by industrialist Michael Cudahy, Stonecliffe has enchanted guests for nearly half a century. Situated high on the west bluff of Mackinac Island, The Inn at Stonecliffe lodging offers something for everyone. If you’re looking for a piece of Mackinac history, you may choose to stay in Mansion, built in 1904, and newly redecorated in 2014 with beautiful furnishings and lush bedding. The Stonecliffe Mansion offers some of the best views on the island. If you are looking for something a little more modern, you might opt to stay in the Summer House Suites, located on the Stonecliffe property. The Summer House Suites offer a mini-fridge, microwave and wet bar in each room, as well as separate living room and bedrooms in each suite. The Summer House also offers rooms with spacious patios or balconies, two bedroom rooms and choices of yard or lake view. The Summer House is decorated with a light Victorian style, yet with a modern twist.