Cloghaun      
PO Box 1540, Mackinac Island, MI 49757, USA    
(888) 442-5929, (906) 847-3885
 
 

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$100
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Marti Carey, Paul Carey

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Description

Circa 1884. Pronounced "Clah han," the inn's name is Gaelic for "stoney ground" in reference to Mackinac Island's beaches. Built spacious enough to house Thomas and Bridgett Donnelly's large Irish family, this handsome Victorian home is owned and operated by their great grandson James Bond. The inn's gracious exterior boasts a front porch and upper balcony where guests enjoy watching the horse-drawn carriages pass by. Guest rooms are furnished in period antiques. Kelton Library is a welcoming retreat for reading or watching videos. Afternoon tea is served. The inn's location on Market Street affords easy access to parks, restaurants, ferries and shops.

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Rates

$100 to $180

Off Season: $75 to $149

Payment Types Accepted Include Master Card, Visa, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.

Amenities

This property has 11 total guest accommodations, 9 with private bath. The types of beds available include King, Queen and Double.

Events Hosted

    • Romantic Getaways

Innkeepers Association Memberships

LLBBA, PAII

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Children Restrictions

Over 2 years of age

Cancellation

10 day notice

Check-in/Check-out

3:00 PM / 10:00 am

Smoking

Smoke Free Property.


Other Activities

    • Bicycling
    • Golf
    • Hiking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Restaurants
    • Ferry Lines

Historic Interest

Historic Memberships:

  • City Historical Society


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