In 1986, the two story brick building and its adjoing 60-foot-high, square tower were converted into a bed-and-breakfast. The 14-room inn has seven guest rooms with private baths, a common living room, and library, as well as a sauna. Guests enjoy all the conveniences of modern life with the exception of individual television and phones. A
Climb to the lighthouse lantern, 120 feet above the lake surface. From this
vantage point, visitors can survey open fields of native grasses and wildflowers,
dense hardwood and pine forests, the majestic Huron Mountains looming in the
distance and the ever-changing face of Lake Superior. The drama of offshore lighting-bolt
dances, ice kaleidoscopes and dramatic gales, as well as the spectacle of
the night sky and Aurora Borealis are breathtaking.
Visitors can retreat below to the intimacy of the light house interior
where everyone is encouraged to relax in front of the living room fireplace.
The atmosphere is friendly, relaxed and casual.
Guest rooms located on the first and second floor all afford a view. A good night's sleep is guaranteed, but early risers may be rewarded with close-up view of deer, raccoons, rabbits, foxes, wild turkey and other assorted wildlife feeding in the meadow at daybreak.
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