In 1905, Bosch Brewing opened the Hotel Michigan on the corner of 6th and Oak. This structure housed 26 hotel rooms on the second and third floors and offered a Cafe, Pub with its Men’s Smoking Room, and the hotel lobby on the street level. Over the years, the second and third floors were converted to apartments for less transient patrons. We have suspended overnight lodging rentals for 2021. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in an extended stay. Thank you.
The Corner Walk-Up
The Corner Walk-Up overlooks the bustling Sixth and Oak intersection. It is well appointed with a cheery kitchen, a main room with a full-size bed, and a private bath with a large claw-foot tub. It is well suited for the single traveler or a friendly couple and has ample room for a rollaway if requested. Free Wireless Internet Access.
The Angler Suite
The Angler Suite overlooks Oak Street. It has a separate bedroom with a full-size bed, a living room with a twin daybed, a complete kitchen and a private bath with shower. This suite would easily accommodate 4 travelers. Free Wireless Internet Access.
Ruby (an excessively happy Brussels Griffon) resides on the third floor and may visit second floor travelers with their permission.
The Michigan House Cafe & Pub on the first floor offers a full menu from 11:30 am til the kitchen closes at 8:00 pm (with the exception of Wednesday when the kitchen is closed to diners to prepare for the upcoming weekend.)
Nearby Local Interests
The Michigan House is located two blocks away from snow-mobile trails (and usually under 213 inches of snow in mid-February.) Copper Country Rentals has snowmobiles available and is happy to deliver them. Phone: (906) 337-9905 or www.coppercountryrental.com.
We are located two blocks from the Swedetown ski trails. Trail maps are available in each room. Cross Country Sports (a fine ski and bike equipment establishment) is next door. It offers a large variety of ski rentals as well.
Local art galleries (click for a larger image):