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345 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
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$148.00/night

347 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
Rates Starting from
$148.00/night

350 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
Rates Starting from
$148.00/night

354 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
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$148.00/night

355 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
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$148.00/night

358 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
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$148.00/night

357 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
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$148.00/night

117B Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
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$135.00/night

118D Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
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$135.00/night

117C Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
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$135.00/night

118C Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
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$135.00/night

117D Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
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$135.00/night

118B Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
Rates Starting from
$135.00/night

356 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
Rates Starting from
$148.00/night

108 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
Rates Starting from
$135.00/night

112 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
Rates Starting from
$135.00/night

359 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   2 BR   |   2 Baths
Rates Starting from
$148.00/night

119 Edgewater Inn

Charlevoix   |   1 BR   |   1 Baths
Rates Starting from
$135.00/night

Come to the Edgewater Inn in Charlevoix to see what it is like

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In Charlevoix, Michigan, the Edgewater Inn is a great place to stay for your next trip to northern lower Michigan. At 101 Michigan Avenue, a small hotel with condo-style suites is in the heart of downtown Charlevoix, just north of the drawbridge. It’s just a short walk from great restaurants, first-class shopping, and beautiful beaches. The Edgewater Inn has a wide range of amenities and attractions, both on-site and in the surrounding area. This makes it an excellent place for a romantic or family vacation.

When you stay at the Edgewater Inn, there are many things to look forward to. Outside the Inn, we’ll talk about all the great things to do and see in and around the town and even further.

Edgewater Inn is on the north shore of Round Lake harbor and the Pine River Channel. It has excellent views of the drawbridges. The Edgewater Inn is just a short walk from Charlevoix’s best restaurants, beaches, shopping, and galleries. It’s an excellent place for a quick getaway, an extended vacation, or a 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.

Individually Owned

The Edgewater Inn is a great place to stay for business or pleasure because it has 60 unique rooms, many amenities, and an amiable staff. Each condominium hotel is individually owned and decorated by its owner. Stay in a new room every time, or pick a favorite.

If you want to rent a room at The Edgewater Inn, you can do so for the night or for a long time, and there are options for leasing. The staff at The Edgewater Inn wants to make your stay memorable, and they’re ready to help you with your special event, meeting, or any other special requests.

For the price, The Edgewater Inn is an excellent value. It is close to shopping, restaurants, and bars and has a friendly staff. Click here to see all Edgewater Inn Real Estate listings.

Family-Friendly Vacation Rentals

Edgewater Inn Vacation Rentals is a perfect destination for families who want to spend quality time together. Our vacation rentals offer a variety of family-friendly amenities, including outdoor BBQ areas, fire pits, and access to private beaches. We also have a children’s playground and a game room to entertain your kids for hours.

Incredible Location

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Let’s go outside the inn’s doors and into one of Northern Michigan’s most beautiful and picturesque towns…and maybe the world. Your family will be comfortable there. As a four-season vacation spot, Charlevoix’s known as one of the best in the United States. One side of town has Round Lake and a bridge to Lake Charlevoix. It’s on the other side of the lake. To live on the water in Charlevoix, MI, is like heaven.

In this city, Operation Petunia is one of the best ways to show off the city’s unique charm and beauty. It started in 1982 to make the city more beautiful. Operation Petunia now has more than 450 petunia flower baskets hanging from the street lights in Charlevoix. Community members gather to plant these flowers and celebrate their town every year. The smell and beauty of the petunias make this experience very unique.

Lake Michigan and Lake Charlevoix are near Charlevoix, which is a city in the state of Michigan. People in Charlevoix started the town in 1852. Pierre Francois du Charlevoix did it. People think Charlevoix spent the night on Fisherman’s Island when there was a storm on the Great Lakes. Not an island but a 2,678-acre park with miles of shoreline on the lake. Round Lake and Pine River Complex is the way Lake Charlevoix drains into the lake that is called Lake Michigan. 

Things To Do

You and your family can do so many things all year long in Charlevoix. In addition, there are a plethora of vacation rentals along Lake Charlevoix. You’d have something to enjoy here. And your family is sure to find

In the winter, Charlevoix has a lot of great ski resorts and a lot of fun on the slopes. You can go dog-sledding or go on a horse-drawn sleigh ride and see a lot of beautiful scenery. You can take ski or snowboard lessons to learn how to ski or snowboard. cross-country s

It’s possible to have some fun in the air with a hot air balloon ride or paragliding. You can also go ice skating or snowmobiling to taste what you can do in the winter. How about an ice climbing tour, a tubing trip, or a snow bike ride? 

Summer Activities

In addition to all the beautiful beaches, the summer has a lot of fun things to do. If you like having fun, white water rafting, ziplining, or paragliding might suit you. For something more laid back, you could go golfing or hiking. You could also go horseback riding, a guided jeep tour, or a hot air balloon ride. Check out the farmers market on Thursday mornings on Bridge Street from May through October or the Ferry Beach market on Monday afternoons from June through September to get some fresh food.

Venetians Festival

Venetians Festival

One of the best things about vacationing in Charlevoix in the summer is seeing the Venetians Festival in late July, which is a big deal in the area. A boat parade with candles was on it more than 80 years ago. It has become a week-long event celebrating the summer and drawing people of all ages yearly. Most of the events are held in the waterfront parks or near the lakes near the city.

At The Venetians Festival, there are many free things to do. There is daily music, parades, activities for kids, and fireworks. In the middle of the festival, the Venetian Games have tournament-style activities for kids and teens who want to play games like golf and tennis. They also have games like soccer, running, sailing, volleyball, basketball, and boarding for adults. Your kids who like to play the guitar or the drums can play in the Battle of the Bands.

Kids Day

During Kids Day at the lake, there are many fun things for kids to do, like play with bubbles and pony rides. There are also crafts, inflatable climbs, and bubble fun.

You will want to attend the boat parades at the festival at night. Some of these decorated boats have their lights on. Also, Round Lake has Aqua Palooza, an excellent party for ships. The Queen of the Charlevoix Venetian Festival was crowned at the end, and there are many fun things to do around this. There will be two nights of fireworks and floats in this parade, so if you like street parades, you won’t want to miss this one. People will line the streets to see the train and the fireworks.

Visitor Attractions

Charlevoix also has a lot of unique things for visitors to do. Because it’s so different from other tours, it’s among the most interesting. A self-taught architect named Earl Young designed these private residential buildings. If you like whimsical and historical architecture, check out this Earl Young-designed private homes and buildings collection.

People call them mushroom homes or hobbit homes because they look like they belong in a story. They came straight out of your favorite fairy tale. Young used stones and boulders that lined the Northern Michigan coast when he built each house.

Castle Farms

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At 5052 M-66 is Castle Farms, another place you should visit while in Charlevoix. This historic property, built-in 1918, is the perfect place for a wedding. In addition, it’s a place to tour its beautiful castle and sprawling grounds. There are a lot of chances to take pictures here. When you go to Castle Farms, you can see more than 2500 feet of track with Michigan’s most significant outdoor model railroad track, which is also very big. As a bonus, Castle Farms has a great World War I Museum with many great photos.

Castle Farms is also home to 1918 Cellars, Wine Tasting Room, and Bistro, which serves wine and food. 1918 is in the Queen’s Tavern at Castle Farms. They have wine tastings and sell glasses and bottles of their Michigan-made wine. It might be fun for adults to go on a Petoskey wine tour. The US government made wine tasting a viticultural area of national significance in 2016.

Petoskey’s Wine Region

There are a lot of wineries that specialize in making unique, award-winning, deep-flavored wines that thrive in cold weather. When you visit the Petoskey Wine region, you’ll find 14 different family-run wineries. One of them is the 1918 Cellar at Castle Farms. In addition to the beautiful setting of the vineyards, the wineries in this area are well known for their hospitality in the Midwest.

You can tour the wineries at your own pace or book one of the many guided tours in the area. Charlevoix South Pier Light Station is at 2 Grant Street in Charlevoix. It’s worth a visit. Enjoy the incredible views of Lake Michigan from a lighthouse there. You can watch the ships go in and out of the channel as you walk out to the lighthouse. A pier is also a great place to catch fish or to look at the beautiful sunset. Please ensure you have your fishing license when you go.

Dining

With all the things you will do in Charlevoix, you and your family will be hungry. And don’t worry, some great restaurants are just a short walk from Pointes North Inn that serve unique and tasty food and drinks made with local ingredients.

Smoke on the Water is less than a half-mile away near the Edgewater Inn. It’s at 103 Park Avenue. If you like barbecue, you’ll love the meats at Smoke on the Water. They are slow-cooked for a long time, and they taste great. They slowly cook their heart in a smoker outside the restaurant, which takes a long time. Food at Smoke on the Water is tasty and made from scratch, like the Challah bread in their drunken french toast.

There is another place to go when you want to have a good meal. Scovie’s Gourmet is another place. Scovie’s is less than a quarter-mile from the Pointes North Inn. It is at 111 Bridge Street. There is an old-fashioned cafe called Scovie’s Gourmet in a small town. They serve home cooking in a small-town setting. People who go to Scovie’s love the small-town vibe, the reasonable prices, and the tasty food.

The Staffords Tradition

Stafford’s The Weathervane Restaurant is just a few steps from Pointes North Inn. It’s at 106 Pine River Lane, in the same neighborhood. There are many exciting things about Stafford’s architecture because it was built as a grist mill first. Their signature and local food are served at Pine River Channel in downtown Charlevoix. Try Stafford’s if you want to see it casually along ely. The water unique

That French Place is another unique and tasty place to satisfy your hunger. 212 Bridge Street is less than a quarter-mile from the Pointes North Inn. You can get crepes as you would on the streets of Paris at that French place. Crepes can be eaten at the restaurant, but you can also consume them on the go thanks to the cones in which they are served. You can walk around the town or the beach while you eat them.

Crepes

The breakfast crepes at That French Place come with things like spinach and mushrooms, eggs and cheese, onions and swiss, or ham with cheese for people who stay there. Homemade caramel, chocolate, coconut, Nutella with bananas, and apple and cinnamon are some sweet crepes you can buy at the store. People who go to That French Place say that the service is excellent, the crepes are delicious, and the atmosphere is amazing.

Ice Cream Anyone

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The next time you’re in the mood for something sweet, Brian’s Ice Cream Experience at 220 Bridge Street should be your next stop. Brian’s has ice cream and macarons made from scratch and in small batches. Many of their ingredients come from the farmer’s market that is right next door. This place has some very unique ice cream flavors. Some of them are salty or salted caramel—visitors to Brian’s love their amazing and tasty flavors and fresh ingredients.

Nearby Towns

Petoskey is a town on the coast known for its natural beauty, Victorian architecture, and historic shopping district. People living in Charlevoix might enjoy a day trip to Petoskey, which has marinas, boats for rent, park specialty shops and galleries, coffee shops and ice cream shops, restaurants with live music, and so on the water, so it has to offer are just twenty many breweries—Petoskey and only minutes away if you want to change things up.

Is the Edgewater Inn in Charlevoix on your list of places to go? In your condominium suite, there are so many things to keep everyone happy and comfortable. As a bonus, it’s in Downtown Charlevoix, full of things to do and see. You won’t be bored or hungry at all!

Charlevoix is so big that seeing everything in one trip would be almost impossible. Charlevoix is a great place to do what you love and try new things that might become your favorite.

In Charlevoix, Michigan, near one of the most beautiful Great Lakes, the Edgewater Inn is a great place to stay. You will make a lot of happy and long-lasting memories here! Could you make it your next vacation spot?

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is there parking available at Edgewater Inn Vacation Rentals?
A: Yes, we offer free on-site parking for our guests.

Q: Are the vacation rentals pet-friendly?
A: Unfortunately, we do not allow pets in our vacation rentals.

Q: Is there a minimum stay requirement?
A: Yes, we have a minimum stay requirement of two nights.

Conclusion

Edgewater Inn Vacation Rentals offers the perfect balance of luxury and affordability, making it the ideal destination for travelers looking for a serene getaway. With a wide range of vacation rentals, luxury amenities, and stunning lakefront views, guests can enjoy a comfortable and convenient stay.

Our family-friendly amenities and proximity to local attractions and activities make it a perfect destination for families, couples, and solo travelers. So what are you waiting for? Contact us for a stay at Edgewater Inn Vacation Rentals today and experience the beauty of Lake Charlevoix like never before.