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The Hotel Frankfort

Sleeping Bear InnLooking for something light and easy? A romantic dinner for two? Whatever the occasion, Chef Matt and our top-notched restaurant staff is waiting to wine and dine you.

Serving our Classic American Bistro cuisine, we are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, from 8am – 9pm, every day of the week during our peak season and from Labor Day to Memorial Day – Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.

From a gourmet Mac ‘n Cheese to ‘end all’ Mac ‘n Cheese, to a delectable Duck Tenderloin entrée that’ll melt in your mouth, we proudly offer a wide selection of quality (and locally!) prepared food, served with panache!

Our robust beer selection and varied wine list is second to none in the area. Ask to see our unique Old World wine cellar, or reserve it for your own private wine tasting, with some of the premiere wines of the world!

The Hotel Frankfort

Centered in Frankfort’s historic Main Street, just two blocks from one of the most picturesque beaches of Lake Michigan, sits the historic Hotel Frankfort. Our 83 year old boutique hotel boasts 17 guest rooms, all with private baths, individually controlled heating and air-conditioning units and each decorated with a unique theme. Our larger suites feature whirlpool tubs or sauna, two-story rooms, and even a fireplace – perfect for your spectacular Northern Michigan getaway!

Feel like dining in? We have a full scale restaurant, dining room and bar along with corporate conference facilities, with gourmet catered meals available for gatherings of up to 200.

Come let us serve you in style and experience all Northern Michigan has to offer. From biking, to fishing our famous Salmon runs, snow skiing, sailing, or experiencing a great meal at one of our many unique restaurants, or even just watching a gorgeous sunset – Frankfort is the perfect place to explore! Whatever your pleasure, you’ll be charmed by The Hotel Frankfort’s blend of old world graciousness, modern-day amenities and peerless personalized service.

The Hotel Frankfort
231 Main St.
Frankfort, MI 49635
231-352-8090

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Monday October 24th, 2016 - 7:18 pm

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Smell the Pancakes........real maple syrup, cherry cobbler, breathe deeply, slow down, take off your shoes, feel the sand between your toes, and listen to the sounds of celebration. Celebrations of life, of love, and our achievements. Spot a Petoskey Stone... examine it, and throw it back. Make a very leisurely trip to the bookstore, buy one too many. Take the boat out. Set up your tent. Ride your bike. Hang up the car keys. Break bread with friends. We are all connected in this experience. Nap on the beach. Introduce yourself to 3 locals. Have tator tots for dinner, Smell the campfires. Visit the vineyards. Take in the sunset. Prepare your lanterns. Get the blanket. Stargaze. Fall in love. Make new friends. Dream Big, Go to the farm. Embrace your memories. Say "I do". Support it. Seek it. Build a fire in the sand. Don the guitar. Sing it out loud. Watch the sunrise in splendid silence. I think that Michigan can agree, some things are worth saving......... ... See MoreSee Less

Friday August 12th, 2016 - 3:34 am

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Friday August 12th, 2016 - 2:57 am

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Do you have a fond memory of Glen Haven? The Sleeping Bear Inn? Please post fond memories of being at the Inn and how it made you feel when you were there....

Pictured here c. 1900 several of the workmen and women that worked with my great grandfather DH Day posing for a photograph. I love to see the open porch, and then I am so glad Grandpa Day closed in the porch, and converted the fireplaces to be double sided. I can so easily vision a trio in the corner and a view that just takes your breathe away. Tell us your story.
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Do you have a fond memory of Glen Haven? The Sleeping Bear Inn? Please post fond memories of being at the Inn and how it made you feel when you were there....

Pictured here c. 1900 several  of the workmen and women that worked with my great grandfather DH Day posing for a photograph. I love to see the open porch, and then I am so glad Grandpa Day closed in the porch, and converted the fireplaces to be double sided.  I can so easily vision a trio in the corner and a view that just takes your breathe away. Tell us your story.
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