The Northport Inn is a luxurious, sophisticated inn in downtown Northport, Michigan. The largest building in town, The Northport also houses The Union event space, and the Northport Fitness Center. Guests at the Inn receive discounts at the fitness center.
It’s also a perfect location for events and weddings!
Northport has always been a favorite vacation spot for Michigan and the lower states. Set on Grand Traverse Bay (with a modernized marina) it is just two miles west to Lake Michigan, site of countless beautiful sunsets. And the surrounding area? Grapes, cherries, apples! It’s a wonder to behold in the spring and in the fall. So whether you’re into biking, boating, sailing, wine tours or just hanging out on the beach, Northport is really something special.
Check-In and Check-Out
Check-in 4 p.m. or later. Check-out by 11 a.m.
The Inn is not a full-service hotel. The front desk is not manned 24/7, but staff are always available by phone at 231.386.1600.
We do not provide daily room-cleaning for multi-day stays, however fresh towels are available upon request. For trash removal, simply place bags outside your door.
Credit Cards accepted
Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
» An advance deposit equal to 100% is required to confirm a reservation.
» A cancellation with less than 14 days notice prior to arrival date results in forfeiture of the advance deposit.
» We will refund in full if we are given 14 days notice prior to arrival. (Refunds can take up to 4 weeks to process after notification.)
» If the cancellation occurs within 72 hours of the arrival date or a no-show occurs ,then the full amount of the reservation stay will be charged. No refunds will be issued. No exceptions.
» No refunds are authorized for early departures.
» To place a reservation you can call 231-386-1600, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or book directly through the website.
109 Nagonaba Street
Northport MI 49670
Phone : 1 (231) 386-1600
Email : email@example.com
The Northport Inn is a 9-room inn, and the anchor building in downtown Northport, Michigan. The building also houses an event venue and a fitness center. It's the place to stay in Northport.
This town is absolutely stunning! I can't wait to visit again, hopefully soon!! - L. Griffin
I had the pleasure of staying in this wonderfully appointed inn. It is quite charming and resembles a small European boutique hotel. The owners are delightful. The restaurant is quite good as was the music on Friday night. The local fall color was breathtaking and you must partake of the many vineyards. A great escape. - F. Parker
We spent a fabulous Fall wknd away at the NorthPort Inn. The proprietors are lovely people proud to show you the amazing property they have renovated. The rooms are beautifully appointed...awesome colours and bay views. We enjoyed a breakfast with many choices including gourmet cheeses and jams, homemade granola, homemade scones! The town is lively with great restaurants and entertainment. If you are looking for a little time away consider visiting and a stay at this awesome Inn. - Pam and Jay M
Clean and extremely spacious! A 5-minute walk to public beach and marina. Easy access to restaurants across the street. The rooms are bright and airy with wonderfully high ceilings! - K. Samborn
Very comfortable rooms...chic... And scrumptious food downstairs in Lelu. - L. Rudolf
I wanted to let you know how impressed we were with our stay at your place last night. The room was great....everything first class. - Dana M
My room was bright and airy, decorated in a warm modern style. The bed was extremely comfortable... My room accessed the outside balcony/deck and there were views of the water. Free WiFi was available. If you are there and it is a night that they offer a bistro dinner, by all means sign up for that! I enjoyed a fantastic meal, accompanied by fellow guests and our hosts. My stay included a cooked-to-order breakfast, which was wonderful and far better than most restaurants. If you are searching for a unique, personal experience in a town that is charming and not too touristy, then the Northport Inn is where you will want to stay. - Jessica P., Grand Rapids