Welcome to the Inn at Stonecliffe
Overnight visitors to Michigan’s Mackinac Island often observe that the best time to enjoy the island is in the early morning or late evening when the last ferry has carried the daily visitors back to the mainland. At The Inn at Stonecliffe, you’ll enjoy that feeling every moment of your stay. Anywhere you turn, tranquility and relaxation await, from the breathtaking bluff-top views of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge to the Inn’s lush, rolling lawns.
The legendary Inn at Stonecliffe enjoys a storied place in Mackinac Island history. Built in 1904 as a family summer escape by industrialist Michael Cudahy, Stonecliffe has enchanted guests for nearly half a century. Situated high on the west bluff of Mackinac Island, Inn at Stonecliffe lodging comprises a classic Tudor-style mansion that offers 16 bed and breakfast style guest rooms, and the more modern Summer House Suites, with 31 richly appointed suites decorated in a classic summer cottage style with a light Victorian influence.
A vacation at The Inn at Stonecliffe provides all the delights of Mackinac Island within an exclusive setting, off the well-traveled path. Enjoy a swim in our heated outdoor pool. Stroll our grounds and take in the panoramic views. Challenge the family to a round of croquet or bocce on our lawn, or rent bicycles and explore the trails encircling the island. In the evening, enjoy a cold beverage on the Lakeview Portico and a sumptuous dining experience in The Cudahy Chophouse.
However you choose to spend your time, your visit to The Inn at Stonecliffe is sure to leave you with indelible memories of your stay with us.