Two Great Properties on Mackinac Island
The Inn at Stonecliffe and Harbour View Inn are operated by Hotel Investment Services, established in 1989. Our collection of properties ranges from elegant boutique hotels to beautiful award winning resorts. Our managed facilities employ over 1,000 associates that deliver outstanding service, quality food and beverage, and create an exceptional guest experience.
About The Inn at Stonecliffe and the Harbour View Inn
The Inn at Stonecliffe is a one-of-a-kind Mackinac Island summer estate hotel. Built in 1904, the Stonecliffe Mansion has a rich history brimming with unique charm and beauty. With 16 rooms in the Cudahy Manor and 31 rooms in the Summer House, Stonecliffe celebrates its first century with an unmatched location and grand views of the Straits of Mackinac.
The Harbour View Inn was originally built in the 1820’s as the home of Madame La Framboise and now offers 82 beautifully decorated guest rooms and suites situated in the Carriage House, Guest House and Harbour View B&B that surround our secluded courtyard and floral gardens. Located downtown across from the Marina, Harbour View Inn boasts amazing views of the harbor from the front porch.
Room and Board
Employee housing is available and consists of dormitory style rooms with two to four beds in each room, common restrooms, showers, and a cooking/lounge area. Wireless internet access and coin laundry are also available. You will be assigned a roommate.
The housing cost is $80 per week, including utilities. The cost is automatically deducted from your paycheck on a bi-weekly basis. An $80 deposit is required upon check in, and will be refunded with your final paycheck if your unit has been left in satisfactory condition.
Employees are responsible for their own sheets, linens, and personal items. A dresser and single bed is provided.
All housing units are non-smoking. No pets or pet sitting is allowed in housing or on any other part of the property.
Getting Here and Getting Around
For those traveling from the South, follow I-75 north to Mackinac City and take exit 337 to the boat docks. For those traveling from the North, follow I-75 south to St. Ignace and follow the signs to the boat docks.
There are no cars on the island. A bike is a great way to get around.
Mackinac Island offers infinite recreational and cultural activities. For more information, please visit: www.mackinacisland.org