Let me explain, our stay was for 3 nights: the staff was very nice, the bed very comfortable, breakfasts were offered: delivered to your room, parlor or outdoor patio, cookies & fudge daily with tea etc anytime you wanted it, was a nice touch! So, I am sure you are wondering what was the problem then? Well, for about $180+ a night, our room (#6) was small, shower was small (my husband is 6'2" with a broad chest), and the breakfast well, I am not sure if this is the going trend, but there was nothing special about it! a yogurt parfait, ONE boiled egg (if you wanted it), juice, coffee or tea, and a CHOICE of a toasted bagel, cinnamon roll or muffin (fresh from the local bakery I was told), each morning nothing different from day to day. What happened to the gourmet breakfasts that used to be served at B&B's that made them stand out above going the motels, hotels or inns? Is this a going trend? (the B&B before this one we stayed at in Nova Scotia offered pancakes 3 days in a row (third day served cold!)) Mackinac Island has so many beautiful inns & hotels, my suggestion is try them first!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come and relax at the charming Market Street Inn on beautiful, historic Mackinac Island. Start your day with a complimentary breakfast served in your room, the parlor or our guests favorite, the garden courtyard. Built in 1900, each room awaits you with modern amenities yet with turn of the century charm. Located on quaint and quiet Market Steet, the front porch holds views of Fort Mackinac. A short walk around the corner and you are at the beginning of town where restaurants and shops abound. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Market Street Hotel