Newberry Michigan, Lodging at Quality Inn and Suites

Quality Inn and Suites Newberry, MI
in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

1-888-300-SNOW or 906-293-3218
Junction of M-28 and M-123
13954 St. Hwy M-28, Newberry, Michigan 49868

Located close to many major attractions in the Upper Peninsula
Free High Speed Wireless Internet Service
Free Hot Breakfast
Large Hot Tub and Sauna
Smoke-free environment
Easy Snowmobile Trail Access
Snowmobile Rentals

The Comfort Quality Inn and Suites is located 3 miles south of Newberry
at the junction of Highways M-28 and M-123 in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

The Quality Inn and Suites in Newberry offers 54 rooms with queen and king beds and suites.
We have handicap accessible rooms and a honeymoon suite.

Our Comfortable Rooms Feature:
32" Flat screen Direct TV with Showtime
Free wireless internet access
In-room coffee makers, hair dryers, and an iron & ironing board.

Guest Room with two Queen Beds.
Suite with King Bed
Single Guest Room with King Bed
Breakfast Room

Free Deluxe Breakfast.
Large parking area for snowmobile and large trucks with trailers.
Restaurants and gas stations within walking distance.

Guest Laundry Facilities

We offer easy access to all snowmobile trails and close to ATV trails.
On site Ski-Doo Snowmobile Rentals. Please call for information
Access to 200 miles of snowmobile trails connecting to the entire Upper Peninsula.
Gas station next door.

Relax in our Large Hot Tub


After a day on the trails or visiting the local attractions, The Quality Inn Newberry Michigan has the Upper Peninsula's Largest Hot Tub and Sauna for your enjoyment.

The Quality Inn is located across the street from the Newberry Country Club & Restaurant.

country club


The Quality Inn is the trail head for some of the snowmobile trails so you can ride from our parking lot.
When you check in, ask at the front desk for the latest trail conditions and weather reports.

Ski-Doo Snowmobile rentals available
at the Quality Inn and Suites in Newberry.
Contact us to reserve your sled.

The Newberry area is the center for winter sports in the eastern Upper Peninsula. Enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling.

Come and share our winter fun.

"Our Location is Our Attraction"
We are within 1 hour or less of:

Whitefish Point Lighthouse and Shipwreck Museum
Pictured Rocks National Lakesore,
Lake Superior Shoreline
Crisp Point Lighthouse, north of Newberry on Lake Superior
Luce County Historical Museum in Newberry
Tahquamenon Logging Museum,
View the falls on
the Toonerville Trolley and Riverboat Ride on the Tahquamenon River
Golfing: Newberry 18 Hole Golf Course is across the street from the Quality Inn
Swimming: Luce County Park on North Manistique Lake. Sand beach for swimming. Fishing and Picnicking.

Visit the bears at Oswald's Bear Ranch.
Seney Wildlife Refuge is only 1 hour from the Quality Inn and Suites
Enjoy Fishing, Hunting, Canoeing, Mountain Biking, and agate hunting on the Lake Superior shoreline.

The friendly staff at the Quality Inn and Suites will be happy to provide area maps and information on attractions and recreation in the Newberry area.

Sorry, No Pets.

Children Under 18 are Free In Parent's Room.

Call today and make your reservations.

Phone: 1-888-300-SNOW (toll free local)
1-800 4-CHOICE (national)
906-293-3218 (local)
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Attractions and Recreation in the Newberry Area

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