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We stopped here while in the area because of the TA reviews. Motel has been remodeled with new bathrooms and new furniture. Bed was firm and comfortable. Room was clean and well kept but did have a musty odor along the back wall. Breakfast offered...More
Road trip stop...right on the hwy so was very convenient. View of Lake Michigan from motel room. Nicest motel i have ever been in. Usually I avoid them. Immaculately clean and also cute inside with a quilt on the bed. Boardwalk is across the street...More
This is a family owned 12 room motel. Upon check in I was offered a towel (not a white room towel) to wipe off my motorcycle in the morning. That as a very nice touch. Check in was quick and friendly. All rooms face Lake...More
Stayed here on the first night of our UP road trip. The motel was comfortable, clean, and convenient to area restaurants. An added bonus was Lake Michigan and the Manistique Boardwalk right across the highway. The North shore is a nice little place.
This is our third time staying here. Everytime is great. Very clean and comfortable. Not far drive to Munising, Kitch-iti-kipi springs, Oswalds Bear Ranch and Tahquanemom Falls. Right across from the board walk on Lake Michigan.Great value!
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According to the website "Please ask about our Dog Policy when reserving a room. We do ask that dog owners pay with a credit card and dogs are not allowed in the room alone while guests are out and about, so please, plan... More
According to the website "Please ask about our Dog Policy when reserving a room. We do ask that dog owners pay with a credit card and dogs are not allowed in the room alone while guests are out and about, so please, plan accordingly. Thank you."
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"Skip the breakfast at the motel and go to the Cedar Street Cafe"