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Metivier Inn – Mackinac Island

A small lovely boutique country inn, the Metivier Inn offers 22 charming guest rooms for your stay on Mackinac Island, each including air conditioning and private baths. The rooms are uniquely and tastefully decorated in a blend of English and French country style. Most of our rooms are ideal for couples or solo travelers, as they contain one queen bed ‹ either a four-poster bed, a canopy bed or a wicker bed. We also offer two rooms each with a king bed, one room with two queen beds and suite with access to side wicker porch. Guests are welcome to use our cozy living room with its quaint wood-burning stove as well as the spacious comfortable wicker-furnished front porch. Gourmet continental breakfast buffets are included in the room rates.

All guest rooms are air-conditioned with private baths. A complementary breakfast buffet is served each morning. Wireless internet access (DSL) is available throughout the inn.

Metivier Inn opens for the 2018 season on May 17, 2018 and closes on October 27, 2018.

• Rates based on single or double occupancy, up to quad occupancy for the suite and two-queen room

• Subject to state tax, hotel service charge and tourism assessment fee

• Call (906) 847-6234 for Specials.

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Metivier Inn Features:
• A convenient location on historic Market Street
• A delicious breakfast and complimentary afternoon coffee and sweets
• All rooms with private baths and air conditioning
• Spacious wicker front and side porches
• An ideal location for honeymoons, intimate wedding parties, and family reunions
• Wireless internet
• Spectacular French country gardens

Most of our rooms are ideal for couples or solo travelers, as they contain one queen bed — either a four-poster bed, a canopy bed or a wicker bed. We also offer two rooms each with a king bed, one room with two queen beds and suite with access to side wicker porch. Guests are welcome to use our cozy living room with its quaint wood-burning stove as well as the spacious comfortable wicker-furnished front porch. Gourmet continental breakfast buffets are included in the room rates.

GUEST COMMENTS & REVIEWS

Guests who stay at the Metivier Inn appreciate the inn’s convenient location on Market Street – one block from the hustle and bustle of Main Street (Huron Street). The wrap around porch is also a big hit – it’s perfect for people watching. Guests can relax on the porch in the afternoon surrounded by some of the most lovely gardens on Mackinac Island while horse carriages clip-clop by on Market Street and travelers on foot and on bicycles pass by on their way to and from the sites on the island. High on the list of compliments is the hearty breakfast in the morning with oatmeal, a hot egg dish, fresh fruit and pastries and coffee and tea. Guests also enjoy the friendly, attentive service – we were “spoiled by the Inn keepers David & Blanca” –  the charming ambiance, and the clean, tastefully decorated rooms, with super-comfortable beds – “the bed was like sleeping on a huge fluffy cloud”.

For guest comments and reviews visit the Guest Comment Page at Metivier InnMackinac Island Insider Tips.comTripAdvisor.

HOW TO TREAT YOURSELF TO THE BEST AT THE METIVIER INN

If you want to treat yourself to one of the best rooms on Mackinac Island make a reservation for the Grand Room. It is a spacious room a jacuzzi and you can enjoy your own private furnished patio deck overlooking Grand Hotel’s Jewel golf course. One guest who stayed in the Grand Room comments, “I truly felt like I was in paradise. Waking up in the morning to a soft rain & seeing the beautiful hydrangeas out my window with the sound of horse hoofs clip-clopping in the distance.”

Metivier Inn
P.O. Box 285
7466 Market Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
866-847-6234

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We hope all of you are staying safe and healthy. Our first concern is that of our guests and staff. We are hoping for the traditional open date but, we will be patient through this difficult time. Checkin in your neighbors, friends, and family. This social distancing is difficult for everyone. Much love to all of you.
The Metivier Inn Management Team.

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We hope all of you are staying safe and healthy. Our first concern is that of our guests and staff. We are hoping for the traditional open date but, we will be patient through this difficult time. Checkin in your neighbors, friends, and family. This social distancing is difficult for everyone. Much love to all of you. 
The Metivier Inn Management Team. 

#mackinac #puremichigan #mymackinac #makeitmackinac #michigan #puremittigan #travelmichigan #greatlakes #michiganmoms #mackinacisland #northernmichigan #upnorth #mackinacislandlife

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Hugs to all of you! Hope to see you soon

Thanks for the concern!

Love this beautiful purple sunset.

Laura Sevonty, Metiever Inn.

Wednesday March 25th, 2020 - 11:27 am

Metivier Inn:  Bed & Breakfast on Mackinac Island, Michigan

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The shores have 120 lighthouses that once was used to guide these boats. The lake is known for its storms and sometimes dangerous sailing, though. On Nov. 9, 1913, Lake Huron was hit by the worst storm ever to hit the Great Lakes. (Facts from LiveScience.com)


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More facts to entertain during these strange times. Share with the beauty and knowledge with your friends virtually. 
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What is Lake Huron Famous For?
The shores have 120 lighthouses that once was used to guide these boats. The lake is known for its storms and sometimes dangerous sailing, though. On Nov. 9, 1913, Lake Huron was hit by the worst storm ever to hit the Great Lakes. (Facts from LiveScience.com)
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Saturday March 21st, 2020 - 11:26 am

Metivier Inn:  Bed & Breakfast on Mackinac Island, Michigan

A little history about Fort Homes this is the before and swipe right for the after.

Fort Holmes sits atop the highest elevation on Mackinac Island. This recent reconstruction is free and open to the public during normal operating hours May through Oct.

Fort Holmes is a small, wood and earthen fort on the southern end of the highest ridge on Mackinac Island. The fort was constructed by British soldiers in 1814 during the War of 1812 and named Fort George in honor of Britain’s King George III. The fort was constructed to protect Fort Mackinac against an anticipated United States attack during the war. That attack came in the summer of 1814 although the fort was not directly involved in the battle. When United States soldiers peacefully reoccupied the island after the War of 1812 the fort was renamed Fort Holmes in honor of American Major Andrew Hunter Holmes who was killed in the 1814 battle of Mackinac Island.

The fort was occupied by United States troops for just a few years after the War of 1812. It was eventually abandoned and allowed to decay. The site was included as part of Mackinac National Park (1875) and Mackinac Island State Park (1895) and was the site of at least two different viewing towers to enjoy the magnificent views of the Straits of Mackinac from this vantage point. In the 1930’s the federal government, through the Works Progress Administration, reconstructed the fort walls and blockhouse. That reconstruction is now badly deteriorated.

Using the original plans for the fort housed in the National Archives, the Mackinac State Historic Parks accurately reconstruct the fort walls and blockhouse. The walls are made of mounded earth works and logs and the blockhouse is a two-story, hewn log structure with loop holes and port holes for musket and cannon fire.

Information is from @mackinac_parks.

#mackinacstatehistoricparks #mackinacisland #mackinacislandlife #mymackinac #makeitmackinac #puremichigan #bedandbreakfast #virtualmichigan #virtualpuremichigan #beourguest #stayhealthy
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A little history about Fort Homes this is the before and swipe right for the after.

Fort Holmes sits atop the highest elevation on Mackinac Island. This recent reconstruction is free and open to the public during normal operating hours May through Oct.

Fort Holmes is a small, wood and earthen fort on the southern end of the highest ridge on Mackinac Island. The fort was constructed by British soldiers in 1814 during the War of 1812 and named Fort George in honor of Britain’s King George III. The fort was constructed to protect Fort Mackinac against an anticipated United States attack during the war. That attack came in the summer of 1814 although the fort was not directly involved in the battle. When United States soldiers peacefully reoccupied the island after the War of 1812 the fort was renamed Fort Holmes in honor of American Major Andrew Hunter Holmes who was killed in the 1814 battle of Mackinac Island.

The fort was occupied by United States troops for just a few years after the War of 1812. It was eventually abandoned and allowed to decay. The site was included as part of Mackinac National Park (1875) and Mackinac Island State Park (1895) and was the site of at least two different viewing towers to enjoy the magnificent views of the Straits of Mackinac from this vantage point. In the 1930’s the federal government, through the Works Progress Administration, reconstructed the fort walls and blockhouse. That reconstruction is now badly deteriorated.

Using the original plans for the fort housed in the National Archives, the Mackinac State Historic Parks accurately reconstruct the fort walls and blockhouse. The walls are made of mounded earth works and logs and the blockhouse is a two-story, hewn log structure with loop holes and port holes for musket and cannon fire.

Information is from @mackinac_parks.

#mackinacstatehistoricparks #mackinacisland #mackinacislandlife #mymackinac #makeitmackinac #puremichigan #bedandbreakfast #virtualmichigan #virtualpuremichigan #beourguest #stayhealthy 
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