The Inn at Stonecliffe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at Stonecliffe Mackinac Island
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... I don't think I have ever seen a town as pretty as Mackinac Island - maybe in Normandy, but not with horses! We quickly found a fudge shop and I met a British girl serving the fudge who works there in the summer. She gave us a discount and samples. We bought three slices of fudge - so we're officially "Fudgies" which Jonathan's Aunties tell me is the term they use for tourists. After we walked up and down the Main Street, we headed ...
... as it was quicker and down hill and gave us the chance to call at market street which we had passed on the way on the cart. Had a good look around and then called for a meal at an Italian. Geoff had Caesar salad with chicken and I had smothered chicken which had wild rice and broccoli with it. Called for some popcorn and Geoff bought a metal plate with dogs on for his ...
... young lady who was extremely helpful. She said she would honour our internet price. She also gave us lots of information including if we go on 10am ferry it will take us under the bridge whereas others don't. Had a meal in the driftwood across the road from ferry terminal recommended by her too. Had a good meal and it was reasonable. It was fish and chips yellow perch with fries and coleslaw. Back to room just after eight as we were ...
Its a beautiful 80 degrees! We're tempted to take one last cruise through the islands. But alas, our time is up for this season. Meander has been cleaned, unloaded, and is ready for a long winter's nap. Diane and Jeffrey have arrived to take us home, so off we go rolling down I-75.
We had a nice cruise covering 662 miles while visiting three Great Lakes. We spent ...
... in Lake Michigan and then went to Mackinaw City back on the Lake Huron side of the bridge.
It's been a long time since we were here (by car) and there seems to be even more fudge and t-shirt shops. There are also several small parks on the waterfront where one can take a postcard photo of the Mighty Mac. We did that even though we had taken lots of pics from the boat UNDER the bridge.