Michigan Inn For Sale - "The Northland Inn" Four Seasons Bar and Food is located in the heart of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The historic village of Northland was founded by the Wolverine Lumber Company and formed around the company's mill and general store. Settled in 1897, it was a location on the Escanaba and Lake Shore Railroad, which carried supplies, explorers, and loggers into the wilderness. Records indicate a hotel was in existence there by 1915, which may now be the Northland Inn. After some years of being closed, the current Owners purchased and completely remodeled and updated the bar and restaurant areas, re-opening in 2002. Patrons include locals, fall color tourists, hunters, and snowmobilers. Included with the sale is a parcel with 900 feet of Ford River frontage, that could be developed into 5th-Wheel sites. This cold-water fishery is home to Brook and Brown trout, Smallmouth Bass, and has stretches for canoeing, kayaking and rafting. The spotless restaurant and bar has a seating area for about 100 patrons. A wide selection of foods and beverages is available daily, and Sunday Brunch, Reunions, Parties, and Meetings are often hosted here. Upstairs are 9-hotel rooms that could be converted into an owners residence, or updated into rooms to rent out. There is a demand for seasonal tourism and recreational accommodations which are not readily available in this area.
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 41 miles to (KoskiCorners) Intersection of M95. Take aright and go 33 miles to Leeman Road in Sagola. Take a left and go 12.6 miles to County Road 581. Take a left and go 3.4 miles to Ralph. Take a right onto County Road 426, and go 11 miles to the Inn on the left.