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 outdoor heated pool, play 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.
A Michigan Wine Restaurant serving a selection of Michigan wines.