Tranquil Lakeside Hotel near Hart-Montague Trail State Park
Hart-Montague Trail State Park spans 22 miles of orchards, farms, and a portion of Manistee National Forest as it proceeds down Michigan's western coast to the town of Montague. At one section of the trail stands one of the world's largest weathervanes—a 48-foot sculpture of a Great Lakes schooner that sank in 1901. This piece serves as the namesake for The Weathervane Inn. Overlooking the placid White Lake and just steps from the Hart-Montague Trail, the inn embodies the tranquility of the area, which is far removed from the busier ports farther south.
A boardwalk and gazebo adjoin the hotel, and all 23 guest rooms come furnished with fireplaces and in-room jacuzzis. Lake-view rooms feature balconies facing the marina. Each morning, you can enjoy a spread of fresh pastries and warm waffles.
Montague, Michigan: Quaint Lakeside Town with Seasonal Snowmobiling and Sledding
Located a few miles east of Lake Michigan on Michigan's Lower Peninsula, the small town of Montague overlooks White Lake's north shore. Montague and the neighboring town of Whitehall charm visitors with their cluster of gift shops, art galleries, and boutique stores. A nice after-dinner activity is to stop by the Book Nook & Java Shop for some light reading paired with a cup of coffee.
In fall, visitors bike down the Hart-Montague Trail, pedaling past farms and orchards blossoming with cherry, peach, and plum trees. Warmer months also draw out-of-towners to White Lake's shores to canoe, sail, and fish for yellow perch, smallmouth bass, and walleye.
During the winter, the Hart-Montague Trail is part of 175 miles of snowmobile and ski trails. About 20 miles south, at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex, sledders can careen down a family-friendly luge at up to 25 miles per hour. Coaches are on hand to help beginners navigate tricky sections of the track and dodge jaywalking snowmen. The complex also includes an outdoor skating rink and wooded cross-country ski trails.
What You Get
2-night stay for up to four in any room, valid 10/8/13–10/31/13
Option 1: $139, valid for check-in Sunday–Wednesday (up to a $238 value)
2-night stay for up to four in any room, valid 11/1/13–1/30/14
Option 2: $109, valid for check-in Sunday–Wednesday (up to a $238 value)
Option 3: $139, valid for check-in Friday–Saturday (up to a $298 value)
Policies and Fees
Book by: 12/6/13
Travel windows: 10/8/13–10/31/13 (option 1) or 11/1/13–1/30/14 (options 2 and 3)
Blackout dates: not valid 12/27/13–12/31/13
Cancellation policy and fees: 48-hour cancellation notice required or fee of applicable 1 night's stay up to Groupon price applies
There isn't one best thing, we enjoyed spending out 10th anniversary weekend there. The location, view,friendless, quaintness of the Inn and great little towns. Loved having a jacuzzi and fireplace in the room!
Kim F. ·
December 31, 2013
The rooms were nice and clean and the view was good.
Tess Q. ·
June 14, 2017
Rooms were great, clean with beautiful views. So nice to relax in the jetted tub after a nice bike ride. Nice continental breakfast with friendly service.
Ruth K. ·
May 27, 2017
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