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Wow! This place is top-drawer. I can't imagine the amount of effort and love that goes into maintaining a place like this. Folks, we need to patronize these historical resorts and attractions to make sure they are here for our kids. Highly recommended.
From the website:
Lakeside Inn, a three story frame structure, speaks of less hurried times. The rich wood of the pillars in the lobby complements the stone of its fireplace. The ballroom, which faces Lake Michigan, also has a stone fireplace. Furnishings reminiscent of the early 20th century create a casual atmosphere in which to meet friends, play cards and board games, read a magazine or just relax.
The 100 foot long front porch is lined with dozens of rockers and bathed with breezes off the lake. Step off the porch, descend the stairs and cross the road to find yourself on the bluff overlooking the private beach that awaits you.