MacLeod House

Newberry, Michigan

The MacLeod House was built in 1898 and was established as a Michigan bed and breakfast in 1988, but the house did not begin life in its current location. Ask the innkeepers. 

This beautifully appointed Newberry Michigan bed and breakfast is situated in a cozy little corner of Tahquamenon Country! You will enjoy a quiet and tranquil vacation when staying here at the MacLeod House. 

The beautiful MacLeod House is quietly nestled within the countryside, where the rolling hills surrounding its view invite you to relax and enjoy some quiet time away from busy schedules and long work days. Come visit our peaceful bed and breakfast and see what many have raved about. Relax in our new Chinese-style gazebo and feel the gentle breeze while you kick back and talk with friends. 

We invite you to explore what Newberry and the Upper Peninsula have to offer.

Unique experiences at MacLeod House

Historic Charm

The logging industry is an important part of Newberry's history. The Tahquamenon Logging Museum and nature trail are located a half-mile north of Newberry. Tour the Civilian Conservation Corps buildings, cook shack or stroll the trails along the river. One of the former logging camps (Camp 33) is now a brewpub located at the upper Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
The Macleod House was once the home of Dan Macleod a prominent figure in the logging industry. Ask the innkeepers how it came to occupy its current site.

Natural Wonders

Within 30 miles of Newberry, the Upper and Lower Falls, located in 50,000 acre Tahquamenon Falls State Park, are beautiful in any season.

The seven-mile, self-guided tour at the Seney Wildlife Refuge is a great place to drive, walk or bike while observing birds and wildlife.

Muskallonge Lake State Park is situated between Lake Superior and Muskallonge Lake, less than 30 miles from Newberry.
The stormy Lake Superior shore makes it a perfect place to look for colorful stones and agates.


Late September and early October are typically when the fall colors are at their peak.

Driving through the Hiawatha State Forest and the Curly Lewis Scenic Highway, with its low traffic volume, is enjoyable for motorcyclists and motorists alike.

Guest Rooms: 3

 Who We Are:

Cheryl and Frank Cicala, innkeepers



6211 County Road 441, Newberry, MI, USA 49868