Mackinac Island, MI 

Haan's 1830 Inn

PO Box 123
Mackinac Island, MI 49757-0123 US

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Rates: $95 to $175
Total Rooms: 8


Circa 1830. The clip-clopping of horses is still heard from the front porches of this inn as carriages and wagons transport visitors around the island. In the Michigan Register of Historic Places, Haan's 1830 Inn is the oldest Greek Revival-style home in the Northwest Territory. It is behind a picket fence and just across the street from Haldimand Bay. Victorian and early American antiques include a writing desk used by Colonel Preston, an officer at Fort Mackinac at the turn of the century and a 12-foot breakfast table formerly used by Amish farmers when they harvested each other's crops. The inn is open from May to October.Publicity and Awards: Detroit Free Press, Chicago Tribune, Innsider, Chicago Sun-Times, Good Housekeeping.Location: City/Urban, City and residential.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $95 to $175
Rooms: This property has 8 total guest accommodations, 2 suites.
The types of beds available include Queen and Double.


Cancellation: Two week notice - $10 service fee
Smoking: Limited.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Continental Plus Breakfast.
Amenities In Room: Reading Lamps and Desk.
Amenities On Site: Phone and Fireplace.


Other Activities: Antiquing, Fishing and Shopping (Local Crafts).

Historic Interest

Original British Fort Mackinac, Indian dormitory, Dr. Beaumont Memorial (discoverer of human digestion), John Jacob Astor Fur Trading Warehouse.
Historic Awards: National Register (Granted), State Register (Granted), National Historical Site (Granted) and State Historical Site (Granted).
Historic Memberships: National Trust and State Historical Society.