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The Pellston Lodge – Pellston, Michigan is conveniently located just minutes away from the resort communities of Petoskey, Harbor Springs and Mackinaw City. The village of Pellston is located 1.5 miles south of the hotel and the Pellston Regional Airport, which services the entire straits area, is also located just south of the hotel. Mackinaw City is a 25 minute drive north of the hotel, and Petoskey is a 25 minute drive south of the hotel.


The Pellston Lodge – Pellston, Michigan is a two-story building, built in 1999, containing 38,172 SF of gross building area. The hotel consists of 52 rooms and suites, well-appointed lobby w/fireplace, interior corridors, breakfast room, conference room, business center, swimming pool & hot tub, outdoor patio, fitness center, guest laundry and vending. The hotel parking lot is paved and striped and provides for 102 vehicles, including trucks with electric plug-in availability. The land area is 13.50 acres and is partially wooded and professionally landscaped. The Porte Cochere, which faces south, is located at the entrance of the hotel lobby. Guest room amenities include several room types, premium bedding, electronic door locks, telephone w/direct line, Flat Screen TV w/cable, coffee maker, clock radio, hairdryer and high-speed wire-less Internet access.


The Pellston Lodge is well constructed and greatly benefits from its location on US Highway 31 and further benefits from its ideal location to the Pellston Regional Airport only 1.0 mile away. Staying at the Pellston Lodge makes trips to the Upper Peninsula, Mackinac Island, Soo Locks, Lake Superior, Tahquamenon Falls and many other historic destinations and famous landmarks worth the stay and fun to explore.


The area offers many summer and winter recreational activities. The nearby Maple River is a well-known trout stream, offering anglers fun and challenge. The high hills in the surrounding area contain several of the best ski resorts in the state, including The Highland of Boyne USA, and Nubs Nob. Also, the many railroad grades that came to Pellston in the early 1900’s serving the lumber mills are now some the longest and best snowmobile trails in all of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, allowing rider’s to go from Mackinaw City to Harbor Springs and beyond. There are also several popular golf courses in the area.