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Built in the 19th century to accommodate passengers from the nearby Curtis train station, the 7,500-square-foot Chamberlin?s Ole Forest Inn, continues to lavish travelers with cozy quarters and views of Big Manistique Lake. A 10-foot stone fireplace in the lobby defrosts chilly toes and astronaut helmets fogged up by the winter weather. After check-in, patrons make their way up an open staircase, swathed in turn-of-the-century d?cor, to 1 of 11 guest rooms. Suites rest the weary with free WiFi and queen-size beds dressed in chenille spreads and country quilts, and selected rooms harbor additional comforts such as jacuzzis and views of the lake. In addition to breakfast, the inn?s restaurant loads bellies with casual fine dining in the guise of chicken parmigiana and Blackjack steak basted in blackjack sauce with a bedding of crispy fried onions.