Chamberlin’s Ole Forest Inn

Innkeepers: Kelly & Bud Chamberlin

Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn Bed and Breakfast

Open May 1 – March 31

P.O. Box 307, N9450 Manistique Lakes Rd. (Hwy 33)
Curtis, MI 49820

 

Phone: 906-586-6000
or 800-292-0440

 

Email:

info@chamberlinsinn.com

 

Website:

www.chamberlinsinn.com

Rates: 12 Rooms, $89 – $130/night

 

Setting: Chamberlin’s Ole Forest Inn sits on a bluff overlooking Big Manistique Lake. Spend your days enjoying the best of what the Eastern Upper Peninsula has to offer in area attractions.  We are fortunate to be near the Erickson Center for the Arts, Seney Wildlife Refuge, Nature’s Kennel Dog Sleds, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Tahquamenon Falls, Oswald’s Bear Ranch, Whitefish Pointe Bird Observatory, Shipwreck Museum and much more.

 

History & Unique Features: In the late 1800’s, at the time homesteaders were settling in the Manistique Lakes area and logging activity increased, this gracious 7500 square foot, 19th century-style lakeside dwelling was built by a railroad company to serve as a passenger hotel near the Curtis train station.  More than one hundred years later and this lakeside country inn continues to embrace travelers with warmth, comfortable lodging, casual fine dining and stunning views.

 

Amenities: Step inside this premier Lakeside Country Inn and enjoy the warmth of the ten-foot stone fireplace. Wander up the beautiful open stairway to where twelve distinctive guest rooms await you. Each room is uniquely decorated in turn of the century decor with warm chenille spreads, country quilts, gracious antiques, beautiful photos, prints and comfy throw rugs under foot. Relax and settle right into comfort.

 

Meals: In addition to a full hearty breakfast, we offer a variety of tasty fare, classic cuisine, cocktails and specialty drinks. Come and enjoy dinner by the fireside in our Lakeview Dining Room; our Forest Room is the perfect place for groups to gather whether for a private dinner party or quiet meeting area. The Pub’s libations, sports and tales are tops, and warm weather can best be enjoyed on the Veranda with quaint outdoor seating and breathtaking views.