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     All four of our guest suites face the lake with a deck or balcony.  Each room features a private bath with shower, telephone, satellite TV, high-speed internet, and AC, though seldom necessary. Guests have access to the sauna, the Great Room with its 28 foot-high fireplace, the house library, the kitchen where breakfast is served, the laundry room, and the antique shop where everything but the display cases is for sale.

There are antique displays throughout the lodge including an annotated history of American glass concentrating on pattern glass, examples of Victorian ceramic methodology and decoration, tools of the mining and lumber industry, and antique dolls and children's dishes.

Great Room Entry
Kitchen Stove
Sitting Area

Our suites on the first floor are:

The Lincoln Bedroom  Period furniture combines with original Lincoln engravings, lithographs, and souvenirs plus a Civil War library for your perusal, in colors reminiscent of Lincoln's Box at the Ford Theatre.  (double bed)
Americana Room  In an all-American room, from its Empire sleigh bed to its original World War I posters and Zenith radio, read about the   U.S. of A. in your own American history library, surrounded by patriotism's red, white, and blue. (double bed) 
Our suites on the second floor are:
North Woods Room  Just what you would expect in the Kewee­naw!  Sleep in a log four-poster surrounded by original art works of - and creatures from - the North Woods. (queen bed)
Seashore Room  Watched over by pelicans, crabs, and fish, you may relax on Victorian oak surrounded by objects from the sea including a collection of shells and Victorian figural sea life by Royal Bayreuth and others. (two double beds)


     The Americana Room is $150 a night; the Lincoln Bedroom and the North Woods Room are $165; the Seashore Room, which will accommodate four persons, is $175 for two, $200 for three, and $225 for four. If you cancel less than 72 hours before our 3pm check-in time, 1 night will be assessed.  Reservations may be made by e-mail (ruth @ or phone (906-289-4200 / 866-909-1233).  Check-in time is 3:00pm or later; check-out 11:00am.


     Breakfast is generally served at 9:00am unless by prior arrange­ment.  Eggs Benedict is our signature breakfast, but a choice of entrees will be offered and will vary by season (e.g., Michigan blueberry pancakes, Midwest corn fritters, Ruth's scrambled eggs with cheese and sour cream).


Guests arriving by plane (Houghton County Airport) or by boat (Copper Harbor Marina) will be provided transportation at no extra charge.


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