All of our rooms are different and unique. The Cass and Beaumont Suites are our favorite rooms, and are designed specifically for families. The "West Wing Rooms" : Framboise, Davis, Astor, and Woolson, are all what we call "standard rooms," with one bed (either full-sized or queen), and a private bath. The Colonel William Preston Suite is perfect for a long stay, as it has its own full kitchen. The Pere Marquette and Rev. William Ferry share a bath with one another in their own part of the house.
Take a look below and explore the options for your own dream Mackinac Island vacation.
The Madame LaFramboise is a great choice for someone looking for a quiet spot to relax and read. Located on the ground floor, this room faces the West porch and the neighboring church yard. Bead board walls and a William Morris like wallpaper complete the Victorian decor. With a double bed and private bath, the Madame LaFramboise room makes for an excellent Mackinac Island stay. Sleeps 2 people maximum. We cannot accommodate a cot in this room.
The LaFayette Davis Room is located on the first floor, and has views of the West porch. This room has a beautiful queen-sized bed and private bath with a stand-alone tile shower. Recently redecorated with nature themes in blue tones, this room is a relaxing retreat from the "real-world." Velvet chairs and hand-painted Audobon reproductions keep this room comfortable and inspiring. Sleeps 2 people maximum. We cannot accommodate a cot in this room.
John Jacob Astor
The John Jacob Astor Room is a favorite among repeat guests. Located in the quietest corner of the Inn, the Astor is upstairs, faces out to the screened-in porch and the church-yard to the west. Tall white-pines next to the windows, giving you privacy and the feeling of the Mackinac Forests. This room has a double bed, and a private bath with a shower. Guests who stay in Astor love that the second floor porch feels like their own reading nook. Sleeps 2 people maximum. We cannot accommodate a cot in this room.
Constance Fenimore Woolson
The Constance Fenimore Woolson room is located on the second floor and has a window viewing the screened-in porch. Woolson's decor has been the choice of many looking for a romantic B&B experience. Floral wall paper, and white wicker furniture make the room a feminine Victorian experience. This room has a queen bed and private bath, and adjoins with the Col. William Preston Suite if desired. Sleeps 2 people maximum. We cannot accommodate a cot in this room.
Col. William Preston Suite
The Col. William Preston Suite is the only room in the house with its own private kitchen. A great option for extended stays, this room has a double bed, and private bath. Many larger groups like the Preston Suite because it is possible to adjoin with either the Constance Fenimore Woolson or the Gov. Lewis Cass, or both! With views that circle the home, Preston has a feel of your own home-away-from-home on Mackinac Island. Sleeps 2 people. Add a cot or pack-n-play for a 3rd person for an additional fee. 3 people maximum.
Gov. Lewis Cass Suite
Now with a beautiful hand-made King sized bed, this room is a great option for families. With the King, two twin beds, and a private bath, there is even room for an additional cot or crib if needed. This room is located on the second floor, and can be adjoined with the Col. William Preston Suite if desired. Enjoy access to the back yard, or walk right out the door to Mackinac Island's Original Butterfly House, just a few yards around the corner. Sleeps 4 people, add a cot or pack-n-play for a fifth person with an additional fee. 5 people maximum.
Dr. William Beaumont Suite
The Innkeeper's favorite room, the Beaumont Suite is sure to please. With a queen bed, two twins, and private bath, it is a great option for families. There is also room for an additional cot or pack n play if needed. Located on the first floor, this room is also wheelchair accessible, though please note the shower is not roll-in. One of the highlights of this suite is a bookshelf full of the owner's collection of National Geographic Magazines, dating all the way back to the end of the 1800s. Sleeps 4 people, add a cot or pack-n-play for a fifth person with an additional fee. 5 people maximum.
Rev. William Ferry
The Rev. William Ferry Room has two double beds and shares a bath, down the hall, with the Pere Marquette Room. This room is in the original 1830 part of the home. The room has windows that face the front and west sides of the grounds, which make it a great place to relax and listen to the horses go by. This room has ample space for the family, a great budget friendly option. The bathroom down the hall has a claw foot tub and shower. Combine with the Pere Marquette Room to receive a discount on rates. Sleeps 4 people maximum. We cannot accommodate a cot in this room.
The Pere Marquette Room has a double bed and shares a bath, down the hall, with the Rev. William Ferry Room. Marquette is upstairs and has a window that views the screened in porch in the West Wing. Located in the original 1830 part of the Inn, look for interesting features like slightly slanted ceilings, and a period antique writing table. Our smallest, yet most affordable room, Marquette is perfect for those who are looking for a quaint stay on a tight budget. The bathroom down the hall has a claw foot tub and shower. Combine with the Rev William Ferry Room to receive a discount on rates. We cannot accommodate a cot in this room.