Historic 1890 Victorian mansion overlooks Lake Huron in Michigan's Thumb Area. Former home of William H. Wallace, a prominent man in Huron County's history and he owned most of Bay Port in the late 1800s. We currently have five themed guest rooms & wraparound veranda. Open year round. On historic stagecoach stop route & historic marker on Cedar St. Lots to discover in the Thumb area with four lighthouses, museums, underwater shipwrecks, beaches, trails, parks, golfing, canoe/kayak water trail, bird watching, wind turbine farms, eco tours on Lake Huron, petting zoos, antique/gift shops, log cabins and more. Annual festivals & events: Caseville Shanty Days Festival Mid Feb., Caseville Cheeseburger Festival in Mid Aug., Bay Port Fish Festival 1st weekend of Aug. One minute to free state boat launch for great fishing, duck & deer hunting area on Wildfowl Bay. 2nd floor rooms (Peacock or Hawaiian) sleeps two, $150 per night each & view of Lake Huron,or Bear Room $90 nt., sleeps two with shared full bath. 3rd floor Lighthouse Ste.-sleeps six to eight, $250 per night. Two bedrooms, living rm., tv/vcr,cable tv, full bath., kitchenette. Inn is known to be haunted & in five haunted places travel books. If you scare easily, you may not want to spend a night. No Refunds! No exceptions! No smoking! Deluxe continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi.