Enjoy a quite and relaxing get-a-way. The Old Mission Inn is located close to the tip of an 18 mile, commercialism restricted, peninsula. Only 3 miles to the Old Mission Lighthouse. The Old Mission Peninsula divides the Grand Traverse Bay in Traverse City.
Enjoy nightly bonfires (weather permitting). Property overlooks the East Grand Traverse Bay. Enjoy the chystal blue waters of Lake Michigan's protected harbor with boat launch close by.
Friendly hosts!!! Bruce, Tyler and Angie Jensen. Happy to give historical tours of this history rich Inn full of actual period antiques!
Beautifully restored rooms with double pillowtop mattresses!
For the winter months enjoy what our winter wonderland has to offer. Peaceful cross country skiing just down the road at the Old Mission Peninsula Lighthouse trails. Sip on local wines at any of the 7 wineries on the Peninsula.
In the fall come and enjoy our rich leaf colors of bold reds, golds and yellows. Come and enjoy our playful halloween decorations.
Rich in history including famous guests!!
1936 Babe Ruth and Joe Louis!!
Slow things down with a relaxing swing or a comfortable rock in our rocking chairs on our 135 foot deck overlooking Lake Michigan, Grand Traverse Bay!
Comfortable Suites which include living rooms with day beds, separate bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and private baths.
Interesting dining room!! A 2 hour window (8:00 to 10:00) for breakfast. Choose from a large menu selection made fresh hot to order. That way you get "what you want, when you want it".
An 1870 38-star flag featured in the main dining room along with a large collection of old bottles unearthed from the property grounds.
Hosting small weddings and catered receptions. Call for pricing.
Nightly bonfires, weather permitting.
Apple Blossom Suite has old style with modern conveniences. Electric stove that looks like an old wood cook stove and also a clawfoot whirlpool tub.
A kinds of fun things happening.
Located in northern Michigan's prestine Old Mission Peninsula, the Old Mission Inn offers a window to the past including a 70 foot "Hall of History" and period pieces that relive the Inn's early years. In the Spring enjoy cherry blossoms in bloom, and in the Fall take in the stunning color tours. The summer is filled with sun filled days at the beach, a bike ride, area wineries or perhaps a visit to the lighthouse park. Tranquil bonfires and star filled skys will take your breath away. Enjoy area wineries, beaches, parks, bike and ski trails, lighthouse, boat launch, art galleries, antique shops, gardens and top notch restaurants. The area is history rich and offers historic sites close by. Stay where even Babe Ruth himself stayed. Only 16 scenic miles away to Traverse City which features many unique attractions. Note: We do not participate in the gift card program.