Mackinac Island’s oldest hotel, Island House Hotel offers sweeping harbor views and a full complement of amenities. As a Historic Hotel of America and State of Michigan landmark, it is no surprise guests have flocked to this Mackinac Island waterfront hotel for 165 years.In addition to stunning waterfront views, guests choose Island House Hotel for its convenient location.Learn More
906 Rewards Club
1852 Grill Room
Bayside BBQ & Bar
Island House Bike Shop
Island House Hotel
Mary's Bistro Draught House
Pine Cottage Bed & Breakfast
Pine Cottage was built in 1870. It was one of the first hotels on the island. Over the years it has welcomed some famous visitors through it’s doors – the baseball player, Ty Cobb, was a guest – staying for his honeymoon, and Ernest Hemingway is known to have stayed as well. Today the Pine Cottage is run as a bed and breakfast and holds true to it’s original charm with rustic Victorian ambience.Learn More
Ryba's Fudge Shops
The Ryba’s Fudge story and the family history surrounding its confectionery craft began in 1936 when Harry Ryba opened his first sweet shop at Jefferson and Chalmers on Detroit’s east side. It’s there that he began selling delectable fudge, donuts and caramel corn. Ten years later Ryba opened a second store at Mack and Chalmers, where he began to hone his skill as a master fudge maker.Learn More
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