About a mile from Curtis, Michigan... in the Upper Peninsula
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Overlooking Big Manistique Lake. More privacy than a bed and breakfast. Much more hospitality than a cabin. Way more personality than a franchise place.
Full of history. Began as a railroad hotel during the turn-of-the century boom years for logging and is now a gracious Country Inn still welcoming travelers to the Manistique Lakes Area.
Updated in the '90s in its decor (charming, not frilly) and other ways important to a guest's comfort. Wireless Internet Access available throughout the Inn.
Open year round, except April.
Centered in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. An hour from the Mackinac Bridge, an hour to Pictured Rocks or Tahquamenon Falls, 90 minutes to Sault Ste. Marie and the Soo Locks, 20 minutes to Seney Wildlife Refuge and 25 minutes to a lovely, uncrowded stretch of Lake Michigan beach. You can explore the U.P. or go fishing, snowmobiling, hunting (ducks, deer, bear)! birding, boating, canoeing, golfing, or cross-country skiing.
Yet secluded. Sleep in while the fan turns overhead. Awake to the loons. Sit on the dock. Read by the fire. Try the porch swing. Watch an eagle.
Casual fine dining. Stop in for dinner in the Lakeside Dining Room and enjoy your meal in front of the 10' stone fireplace or just for drinks. Bud, your host believes in food prepared to order. The whitefish is fresh, the French bread fresh baked. Try Bud's secret-recipe Bloody Mary or Dot's BLT Soup. Let your chef wow your wedding party or huntin' buddies. We offer more casual fare including sandwiches, burgers, and baskets in our Pub or on the Veranda.Lunch is served from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Enjoy a meal or your favorite beverage while you relax on the veranda overlooking Big Manistique Lake.
12 well-appointed guest rooms. High ceilings, tall windows, furnished in oak, wicker, antiques, rich colors. Each room has individually controlled heating and a sink or ensuite bath. (Book early for the whirlpool suites.) Queen beds. Spa Room.
Click Here for a Little History of Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn
Sorry, no pets.
For additional information, please visit chamberlinsinn
Member of the Manistique Lakes Area Tourism Bureau
Photos: Chamberlin's Old Forest Inn