Ride the ferry to Mackinac Island and take a horse drawn carriage to the historic Inn at Stonecliffe and indulge yourself in the luxury of exquisite accommodations. Perched high atop the west bluff of Mackinac Island, tucked away from the crowded downtown hotels, The Inn at Stonecliffe invites you to ... More
The Inn at Stonecliffe
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Ride the ferry to Mackinac Island and take a horse drawn carriage to the historic Inn at Stonecliffe and indulge yourself in the luxury of exquisite accommodations. Perched high atop the west bluff of Mackinac Island, tucked away from the crowded downtown hotels, The Inn at Stonecliffe invites you to experience the historic charm and unparalleled beauty of our elegant yet casual lodging.A stay in the Mansion, also known as the Cudahy Manor, celebrates the essence of Mackinac Island. The 16 guest room accommodations are non-smoking and are furnished with a private bath, telephone, television and wireless Internet. The only air conditioning in these traditional bed & breakfast rooms is the breeze through your windows. All registered guests are welcome to enjoy our complimentary hot buffet breakfast served each morning of their stay.The Summer House Suites offer richly appointed lodging decorated in a classic summer cottage style with a light Victorian influence. These 31 cottage-style suites are air conditioned and are furnished with a full-size sofa sleeper, television, wireless Internet, telephone, and a mini-kitchenette with a mini-refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee maker. All registered guests are welcome to enjoy the complimentary hot buffet breakfast served each morning of their stay.
We had dinner at the Sirloin & Saddle Restaurant at the Inn at StoneCliffe on Saturday night, July 19, 2008, with a reservation at 8:15. The principal problem was understaffing. They had two waiters handling all of the tables, taking orders, clearing, serving food, etc. Other tables were complaining. A guest at one table finally walked out, although his companions remained. We just did a slow burn. Management knew they were in over their heads. We were offered mild apologies, politely accepted, and a free glass of wine or free desserts, politely declined. Ultimately our tab was voluntarily discounted 20 percent. The whole meal should have been comped. Foodwise, my wife said her filet mignon was very good, while my bone-in ribeye was way overdone and more like saddle than sirloin. The wine list is brief, mostly mediocre and overpriced. The restaurant manager actually served our wine, amateurishly. I could go on, but why bother. For the money, this was the worst restaurant experience I've had in my 66 years. On the plus side the location, although about a 45 min. cab ride (horse-drawn) from the downtown harbor area, is very nice and the Inn and dining room themselves are attactive.
I like the fact is was clean new and had good amenities. if you don't stay in the mansion you have ac, a microwave. great breakfasts. its like the experience of the grand. great view. and the pool bar has good food for dinner. at a good price.
only problem is, is that it is far away from town. but with the price and all the other great stuff I didn't care.
We have been going to Mackinaw Is. every year for the past 10 years. The last 3 years we have stayed at the Stonecliff Inn. THis is a great place to stay. They have a variety of rooms to choose from. THe grounds are spacious and it's off the beaten path. But you still can ride your bike or take the taxi back into the town. The staff is great. We have had a great time each year on the Island and we love going back to Stonecliff. Highly recommended.
We booked six rooms at Stonecliffe last fall for a customer golf outing. The off season rate - mid September - was very reasonable and the weather perfect. The facilty is a restored 1905 mansion overlooking the Mackinac Bridge and the Straits. Our customers loved the rooms - all large and with lake views. The lounge area is very nice and we especially enjoyed drinks on the covered porch while watching the sunset. A full breakfast is included. Stonecliffe is about a block from the golf course and one of Michigan's best restaurants the Grand Hotel's Woods.
Charming Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn located on the water's edge on Mackinac Island. Amenities:Television. Iron. Fan. In Room Wireless
Internet Access. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Daily Maid Service. Non Smoking Rooms. Television (Cable/Satellite). Telephone. Balcony/Terrace. Air ...
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