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Charlevoix’s Only Waterfront Condominium-hotel

Charlevoix’s Only Waterfront Condominium-hotel

The Edgewater Inn is Charlevoix’s premiere, waterfront condominium-hotel

just a short walk to Charlevoix’s finest dining, beaches, shopping and galleries.

An Ideal Location

A hotel called Edgewater Inn is on the north shore of Round Lake harbor and the Pine River Channel. It has great views of the drawbridges. In addition, the condotel is only a short walk from Charlevoix’s best restaurants, beaches, shopping, and galleries.

This makes it a great place for a short getaway, long vacation, or wedding. One-bedroom/one-bath and two-bedroom/two-bath units have everything you need for a comfortable stay in your own home away from home.

Each condo-hotel room is individually owned and decorated in a unique way. Make sure you move around every time you go to a new room. It also has 60 unique rooms, many amenities, and a great staff at the Edgewater Inn, which makes it a great place to stay for both business and pleasure.

There is Something Special About Charlevoix, Michigan

As a place for “Up North” vacations, Charlevoix is a favorite. Relax on a beach on Lake Charlevoix or Lake Michigan and look for Petoskey stones.

Whether you rent a sailboat or buy one, you can have fun in the crystal clear, freshwater. More than 20 trails and nature preserves are available for you to enjoy. As you look at the old buildings in Charlevoix, the Earl Young Mushroom House, and Castle Farms, it will make you feel like you’ve been back in time.

When you visit the setting of Ernest Hemingway’s Nick Adams stories and the former kingdom of Beaver Island, you can go back in time. Beaver Island is now known for its slow pace and beautiful natural scenery. Downtown Charlevoix is full of boutique shops, unique restaurants, and world-class events. It’s near Round Lake, which connects to Lake Michigan below a historic drawbridge that dates back to the 1800s. It’s never too early to start planning your trip with a free trip planner!

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