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Lauerman House Inn Information
Built in 1910 as the estate of a local businessman Joeseph A. Lauerman, the house was hailed as one of the most beautiful examples of a colonial revival architecture. Ornate birds eye maple, mahogany and elaborate wood trims and original art glass chandeliers reflect the grace and charm of a bygone era. The Lauerman House resides in the Historical District of downtown Marinette and across the quiet side street from the Menominee River where you can sit on the front porch to relax and enjoy the view. The Lauerman House also resides by a railroad track where occasionally a train will pass through. We are only minutes from from shops, local antique shops and Michigan.
- Fire alarms with lights
- Well lit path(s) to entrance
- Wide entrance to property
Only stairs are available to get into the property and all the bedrooms are located on the 2nd floor, which the only access is by using the stairs.
till 7:00 PM
Early check-in available on request
|Check out:||11:00 AM
Late check-out available on request
|Child Policy:||Infants and children welcome|
|Smoking Policy:||No smoking|
|Pets:||Pets by arrangement|
|Accommodation type:||Bed and Breakfast|