Pine Cottage Bed and Breakfast is one of Mackinac Island’s treasured hideaways, quietly tucked along Bogan Lane just steps away from Main Street, Lake Huron, nature trails, downtown shopping, dining, attractions, and nightlife.
The unique Victorian farmhouse décor and design of each room with rustic hardwood floors lend itself to the quaint cottage’s much-beloved country character. Choose from 14 traditional guest rooms with either a private or shared bathroom. One multi-room suite will accommodate up to six guests. All rooms have flat-screen smart television and high-speed wireless internet. Porter service for your luggage is available to and from the ferry docks. Each morning a to-go breakfast is available in the dining room.
Built in 1870, Pine Cottage was one of the first hotels on historic Mackinac Island. Over the years, it has welcomed some famous guests, including writer Ernest Hemingway and baseball player Ty Cobb. See for yourself what’s been drawing visitors here for centuries. Reserve your Mackinac Island getaway today!