Pine Cottage is tucked down a hilly alley way away from the main street. We were met by friendly staff who took our luggage up to our room. A added little touch. The rooms are nice, cozy and not as big as hotel rooms but it is a b&b it isn't supposed to be! The deco was of period mid 19th - early 20th century and the tub was also a plus with iron feet and heavy duty with plenty of room.
Tea or coffee was served in the evening which was a nice touch after walking around the island all day and the wrap around porch is beautiful as we watched thunderstorms roll in.
Night time is very quiet and the other guest's who stayed were very friendly in conversation on the porch.
If you enjoy b&b's that won't break your wallet, you should check into the pine cottage. If you venture out at night for a casual stroll anywhere outside in general, be sure to wear walking shoes and a flashlight is a must. We had a nice 4 day vacation and stress melted away.
No complaints about this location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At the end of quiet Bogan Lane sits one of Mackinac Island's treasured hideaways - historic Pine Cottage B&B. Tucked away from the bustling Main Street but minutes away from everything wonderful that Mackinac has to offer! Pine Cottage offers beautiful rooms with one double bed or two double beds with private or shared baths. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pine Cottage Hotel Mackinac Island