Historic Bed & Breakfast Mansion Inns, and Vacation Rental Homes

We welcome you to come and live the opulence of our two Edwardian Era mansions. When Thomas Hoatson had this house built in 1908, it was for the comfort and enjoyment of his family and guests. Our goal has been to create a welcoming inn that combines the best modern amenities from hotels with the comforts of a B&B for the enjoyment and comfort of our guests.

Our Vacation Rental Homes capture life in the copper mining boomtown era and have all the amenities expected in a modern house.  Come up and experience the beauty and adventure of the Keweenaw and at the end of the day have a home to return to, not just a hotel room.

Rest

Rest

Wake refreshed in one of our king and queen size beds

Explore

Explore

Explore the immense 13,000 square foot Laurium Manor mansion

Relax

Relax

Relax in one of our whirlpool, fireplace, or balcony suites

Enjoy

Enjoy

Enjoy these amenities: Cable TV • Free WiFi • AC • Evening treats

The Year was 1908

…And all over the Keweenaw Peninsula mansions were being built by the wealthy copper mine owners. But here in Laurium, Michigan, the largest and most opulent of them all was just being completed. Built for Thomas H. & Cornelia Hoatson, owner of Calumet & Arizona Mining Co., no expense was spared building this 45 room mansion. At a time when miners were making 25 cents per hour, this house was built at a cost of $50,000 and $35,000 of furnishings were added.