Laurium Manor Inn Reservations

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Room 1 – Laurium Suite
This room was originally the guest bedroom for the Hoatsons. This room has the only access to the balcony. We have been told that Theodore Roosevelt stayed in this room during his campaign here for President in 1912.

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Room 2 - Allouez Room

Originally the Hoatson's two oldest daughters, Gussie and Gertrude, shared this bedroom.


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Room 3 - Tamarack

Originally a nursery for the Hoatson's youngest daughter Grace. 


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Room 4 - Delaware

The Hoatson's two youngest sons, Chester & James Ramsey, shared this bedroom. 


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Room 5 - Hecla

Originally, this was the Hoatson's oldest son Calvin's bedroom,


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Room 6 - Calumet Suite

This was Cornelia and Thomas Hoatson's bedroom. 


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Room 7 - Quincy

Originally, this was one of the maid's bedrooms.


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Room 8 - Osceola

Originally one of the maids rooms.


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Room 9 - Ahmeek Room

Originally the head maid's room.


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Room 101 - Bisbee Suite
Originally this room was the hayloft and grain storage for the horses that were kept below. Then it was a storage area when the Hoatson's bought their first automobiles and no longer needed the horses.

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Accommodations in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Upper Michigan

We welcome you to come and live the opulence of our two Edwardian Era mansions, that combines the best modern amenities from hotels with the comforts of a B&B, or stay in one of 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.