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Located only a short walk from the best attractions on Michigan’s Mackinac Island, yet away from the bustling traffic of downtown, this relaxing hotel complex offers the perfect romantic retreat. Wander to the nearby docks and watch yachts sail into the tranquil harbor or take a short stroll along historic streets where the finest shops and restaurants on Mackinac Island await.
Harbour View Inn is comprised of four unique buildings designed for a variety of styles and tastes. Our main building, Chateau LaFramboise, is furnished in an elegant blend of French and Victorian decor. This home was once owned by Madame Magdelaine LaFramboise, an inspirational woman who defied the odds to become one of the most successful fur traders in the territory during the 19th Century.The Carriage House and Guest house buildings are located behind Chateau LaFramboise and separated by a secluded, beautifully landscaped courtyard.Both decorated in a cottage theme.Our fourth building, The Cottage at the Harbour View Inn, was added to our property in 2010 and is located to the west of the other three buildings.Still a part of the Harbour View Inn, sitting street side, offering its own wrap around front porch and intimate breakfast/common area.
All accommodations offer views of the magnificent harbor, exquisitely manicured courtyard or nearby historic buildings.
Exchange vows on a stunning veranda overlooking Mackinac’s spectacular shoreline or host a family reunion or other special event in our beautiful gardens. We also offer an exquisite dining room and terrace that can accommodate up to 40 guests.
Conveniently located near downtown Mackinac, the Harbour View Inn is an excellent place to begin exploring the island. Our warm and friendly staff are always happy to assist guests with any questions they have. Stay with us and experience one of the finest island retreats Michigan has to offer.
The Harbour View Inn is pleased to offer lunch at Bill’s Grill! Open 11:00am – 3:00pm daily Memorial Day – Labor Day. The grill is located in front of the main chateau and next to the cottage building. See our photo gallery for information!