Stay at the Fur Trader, part of the all new Mayhew Inn. The only Boutique Hotel in Grand Marais. Right on Main St, in the heart of downtown.
Fur Trader is on the main level of The Mayhew property, has a Twin over Queen bunk. It harkens back to the days and designs of the French Fur Traders, warm and nostalgic.
The Mayhew Inn is located in the very center of Main Street in the heart of downtown Grand Marais. The incomparable views are simply the best and are from the private rooms and rooftops decks of The Mayhew Inn.
The 6 individual units that make up The Mayhew Inn are uniquely designed and built to be modular. Add to that, common spaces that can be shared with larger groups, or experienced alone. Our Lobby has a beautiful fireplace, turntables with vinyl. The "Dragon Lounge" faces a majestic outdoor fireplace with a custom pizza oven. Book the entire property for family reunions, private parties, wedding receptions, or any other events.
The Mayhew Inn is a great home base for enjoying the activity of downtown Grand Marais or easily getting away for day trips to the BWCA. Drive up the Gunflint Trail for day adventures, lunch and hikes but stay at The Mayhew Inn to experience all that downtown has to offer just footsteps out the front door.
Even though The Mayhew Inn is right downtown on the harbor front, it is graced with a gorgeous secluded backyard courtyard areas and rooftop decks with breathtaking views. Cook in one of our fully equipped kitchens or hit several of our fabulous downtown restaurants all within walking distance. Build your own campfire in the backyard at night and watch the stars to wind down your evening
Every day at The Mayhew Inn is magical whether it is sunny and warm or stormy and wild. All year round nature's magic unfolds right in front of you over the greatest of lakes, Lake Superior.
A bit of history about The Mayhew Inn:
In 1873, Henry and Thomas Mayhew had a store in Grand Marais that served as a trading post, which was located on a point formed by the east and west bays. This is the approximate location of the current Coast Guard Station. Their brother Joseph Mayhew was also the first lighthouse keeper in 1886. They had a house on the point and then built the first lodging establishment in Grand Marais called The Mayhew Hotel. The building that served as the Mayhew’s house now sits as the Cook County Historical Society & Museum. Many of the archival images that you now see were taken from the approximate vantage point of the new Mayhew Inn.
Come experience all that The Mayhew Inn has to offer!