This grand home is one of the oldest Victorian homes on Mackinac Island and has been designated a historic landmark. Cloghaun (pronounced CLAH HAAN)was built in 1884 by the present owner's great-grandparents, Bridget and Thomas Donnelly, who emigrated from Ireland to escape the famine. Cloghaun has been preserved by their descendants and now offers guests a tranquil, romantic interlude from the demands of everyday life. Eleven guestrooms (nine with private bath) individually designed and decorated with antiques from the late 1800's evokes a feeling of casual elegance. One room has a private entrance. Experience the intimate surroundings and enjoy your dream getaway. A deluxe continental breakfast is served in the breakfast room 8:00 - 10:00 a.m., and tea is served in the afternoon. The Kelton Library has many fine old classics for you to curl up and enjoy, or if you wish, watch television or a video from the assortment provided. The front porch is a favorite gathering spot to sit and listen to the clip clopping of the horses going by. This is where yesterday meets today with grace. Ideally located on Market Street, Cloghaun is within walking distance to the Island's three ferryboat docks, as well as most of the Island's finest restaurants and attractions.
Renaissance Revival walnut king-size bed with burl walnut inlay (circa 1880) and white marble-top walnut dresser and commode. A water view from the private balcony which has a table, chairs, lounge. Low Season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Queen-size canopy bed, seven-foot high Eastlake marble-top dresser with mirror and antique armoire. A water view from the private balcony which has a table, chairs and lounge. Low Season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Queen-size bed, Empire dresser (circa 1860), Eastlake marble-top commode and Victorian armoire (circa 1870). Late 19th century ironstone bowl and pitcher. Low Season rate, Sunday though Thursday only.
Two Eastlake double beds (circa 1880), marble-top commode and dresser, and antique armoire. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Eastlake double bed (circa 1880), Empire walnut marble-top dresser. There is a hand sink with mirror in the room. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Eastlake walnut double bed and marble-top dresser. There is a hand sink with mirror in the room. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Baroque Revival walnut double bed (circa 1860) and seven-foot high marble-top dresser with Eastlake marble-top table. Late 19th century ironstone bowl and pitcher. Low Season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Victorian burl walnut double bed with seven-foot headboard and matching commode and dresser (circa 1860). Baroque Revival loveseat and walnut eight-foot hall mirror. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Queen-size canopy bed, Eastlake loveseat, marble-top dresser, antique walnut armoire and chair. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Queen-size canopy bed, Eastlake marble-top dresser with burl walnut inlay and table. Claw floot tub. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
Queen-size bed, Eastlake walnut marble-top dresser and table. Private entrance. A lovely private room for honeymooners. Low season rate, Sunday through Thursday only.
4.8 on February 22, 2014
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Cloghaun B&B the last weekend in September 2013. Although I have stayed at B&B's several times, this was my friends first exprerience with this type of lodging. We were both so pleased with the atmosphere of the inn and the service of the staff that we decided we are going to make this an annual event. We have already made reservations for this fall. Visiting the island is a special experience, but staying on the island is magical. You cannot beat sitting out on that porch and listening to the mesmerizing sound of the horses hoofs going clip-clop as they stroll by the inn.
5 on December 02, 2012
My husband and I stayed at the Cloghaun Bed and Breakfast in October of 2012. It was our first time staying on the island and our first time staying at a B&B. We loved it and are still talking about it months later! The owner, Jim, and innkeepers, Marti and Paul were so friendly. The breakfast was light but everything tasted so fresh and was made from scratch. Best spice cake I've ever tasted! This home is charming! We plan on staying here again!
4.0 on May 20, 2011
We live in N. Indiana and I have always wanted to visit the island. This was our first visit, and I am hoping we will have more in the future. It was wonderful to get away. The Innkeepers were very hospitable and we certainly would want to stay at the Cloghaun again.
2.2 on July 10, 2009
The Cloghaun does not have a dock porter. We were not informed of this by them when the reservations were made. Upon arrival at the island, our bags were lost. The staff made a minimal attempt to locate the bags. We had to spend the day searching for our bags by physically going to each lodging facility. With only two days on the island, this was not how we planned our vacation time in a premium cost structure venue. The staff was not very attentive and their presence was lacking.
2.6 on August 22, 2008
Overall a very nice place with a fantastic porch. Great place to converse with people. Food was more like a continental style breakfast. I suspect I got one of the less attractive rooms. The staff surprised me with a lack of attention.
Pellston, MI (PLN-Emmet County) 12 miles
Shuttle service available from the airport to the ferry docks in Mackinaw City. Air charter service also available between Pellston Airport and Mackinac Island.
Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Bike/Walking Trails, Horseback Riding, Geological Formations, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Pub Crawl, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Video Arcade
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Radio
Marti Carey and Paul Carey
Yoga, gardening, bike riding, reading, anything out doors.