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Choosing the Best Building for Your Stay

Cedar Hill Lodge is a campus-style hotel set out on 9 acres within view of Lake Huron and Mackinac Island. You can choose from four guest buildings: The Lodge, The Spruce, The Cedars, and The Pines. All rooms are clean, comfortable, and spacious. Call and book with us directly (906.643.9900) and we'll be happy to help you choose the best room type to suit your needs! 

Here's more information and photos of our four unique buildings:

The Lodge

• Rooms are in the same building as pool and hot tub, breakfast room, lobby and front desk.
• Our most popular building for guests who want indoor proximity to the pool.
• Lake views from some hallways in The Lodge, but not directly from rooms.
• Room types available in The Lodge are:

North Wing: Offers some King rooms and some suite style accommodations, with two separate bedrooms (no living room).

Birch Rooms -- Cozy upstairs North Wing rooms boast unique vaulted wooden ceilings and hand-painted birch tree murals, adding real character to these special rooms.

East Wing rooms: 2 Queen beds per room, featuring vanity area outside bathroom, all rooms with private balconies, no lake views. Some adjoining rooms available. Comfy and spacious.

- Jacuzzi rooms feature jetted tubs and King beds.

The Spruce

• Featuring our best views of Lake Huron and Mackinac Island.

• Rooms all freshly repainted.

• Right next door to The Lodge, and convenient to pool and hot tub, breakfast room, lobby and front desk. 

• Rooms overlook large lawn and courtyard and all have outdoor sitting areas.

• Room types: Rooms with 2 beds, Jack-and-Jill suites, plus family suites. Some adjoining rooms.

• Second-floor rooms have balconies (some shared and some private).

• First-floor rooms offer parking directly outside your door.

• Spacious family suites with Queen beds and sleeper sofas can accommodate up to 8 guests. Ideal for families traveling together.

• Some first-floor rooms are “Jack and Jill style”—which means 2 separate bedrooms separated by a connecting bath and vanity area; sliding pocket doors. Ideal for two couples traveling together, or maybe Mom and Dad traveling with one or two children.

The Cedars

• Offering excellent views of Lake Huron and Mackinac Island.

• Rooms overlook our large lawn and bonfire area.

• Second-floor rooms feature common balconies the length of the building.

• First-floor rooms offer parking directly outside your door.

• All rooms have two Queen beds.

• With easy outdoor access, The Cedars is perfect for guests traveling with pets.

The Pines

• Located across the lawn from our main building (“The Lodge”) and the courtyard. Set apart slightly from the other buildings.

• All are spacious, one-bed rooms, most with king beds.

• New carpeting; all rooms freshly repainted.

• All rooms are on ground floor with parking directly outside your door. A popular choice for guests who prefer no upstairs neighbors.

• Motel-style with rooms all-in-a-row.

• The Pines does not offer lake or courtyard views.

A Summary of our buildings and their respective room types:

The Pines:  All Singles have one bed each (king or queen)

The Cedars:  All Doubles

The Lodge: 3 room types (Some adjoining rooms available)

- Doubles
- Jacuzzi with king bed
- Two bedroom Doubles (Suite Style)

The Spruce: 3 room types (Some adjoining rooms available)

- Doubles
- Two bedroom Doubles (Suite Style)
- Family Suites - with refrigerator, microwave, and
sleeper sofa, sleep up to 7 guests or 8 with rollaway.



Each of our rooms features a spacious vanity.
One of Our Spacious Vanities


680 US-2 / St. Ignace / Michigan / 49781 / 906.643.9900 /

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