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Stayed here with the family. What a wonderful establishment and wonderful staff. Everyone was so helpful and polite. The room was very very clean including the bathroom. Definitely will be repeat visitors.
We came here after staying at Inn on Mackinac.
This place cost more and room was not as nice.
Continental Breakfast? I would not call it that. Plain bagels, bread and coffee..... um..... no... FAIL!!!
Price is to high for what you get. We won't...More
This hotel is as quaint as the rest of the town. It serves a continental breakfast of pastries, coffee, and juice.
The rooms give you an old- century feel. There are no tv's in the rooms, but they are spacious enough to be comfortable. Each...More
Very loose outlets. No TV in rooms. Breakfast was very limited pasties and didn't serve enough food for all guests. Close to downtown. Clean rooms. Portable AC took longtime to cool room. Room has flower wallpaper print.No hot tub or pool,high price for value. Some...More
My husband and I stayed at the Windermere Hotel in mid-June to celebrate the end of the island's annual Lilac Festival. It's a lovely, quaint, quiet little hotel that perfectly complements the historical ambiance of the island. It has a (fantastic!) large porch, perfect for...More
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The ferry trip time depends on which line you take. I usually take the Starline, and it is about a 10-15 minute ride. I am prone to seasickness but do just fine on the ferry, maybe because it is moving quickly. Sometimes... More
The ferry trip time depends on which line you take. I usually take the Starline, and it is about a 10-15 minute ride. I am prone to seasickness but do just fine on the ferry, maybe because it is moving quickly. Sometimes sitting on the top deck (as long as it isn't too rainy or cold) can help. I have been on many crowded ferried but have never seen anyone get ill.