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Welcome to Black River Crossing Bed & Breakfast, a spacious log home in the heart of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. We welcome adults who are looking for an outdoor adventure or a quiet indoor getaway in any season, whether it is spring, summer, fall or winter.
Black River Crossing Bed & Breakfast was built in 1997 from white pine logs, and opened in January 2002. We are situated near Ottawa National Forest in the heart of the Lake Superior snowbelt. Our Bed and Breakfast has three bedrooms, four fireplaces and three common areas for relaxation, game playing and movie watching. Enjoy complimentary evening beverages and indulge in a full, home-cooked breakfast.
All three bedrooms are large, relaxing and private but if you are seeking a different view, check out the three common areas. The Great Room is just that, great, with a wall of windows it overlooks PowderHorn mountain ski area. This room offers ample space for large groups, yet there are two separate seating areas for private, cozy conversations or reading. The island fireplace can be seen from every point in the great room.
The Loft... Enjoy the log-burning, fieldstone fireplace or gaze out over the forest. Play a game or do a puzzle at the loft table. The loft is a great area to relax and enjoy the evening. The TV Room... Stretch out on the built-in couch and enjoy a movie. Excercise Room: Try the treadmill, rowing machine, or elliptical. Or borrow a book from the bookshelf and warm yourself in front of the gas fireplace. The Sauna Cabin... Enjoy our wood-fired sauna in the evening. Couples can benefit from the therapeutic effects every night at the B&B.
How To Find UsWe are located 3.5 miles north of Bessemer, Michigan. Our address is Black River Crossing, N11485 Hedberg Road, Bessemer, MI 49911-9733.From Bessemer:Drive one mile west on U.S. Hwy 2 and turn right (north) onto Powderhorn Road - look for the giant skier statue at the intersection of U.S. 2 and Powderhorn Road.From Ironwood Michigan:Drive approximately 3 miles east on U.S. Hwy 2 and turn left (north) onto Powderhorn Road - look for the giant skier statue at the intersection of U.S. 2 and Powderhorn RoadFrom US Hwy 2 & Powderhorn:Follow Powderhorn Road north for 3 miles - across the railroad tracks. The road ends at Black River Road (county hwy 513). Turn right and travel about 1 mile east, past the Pub&Grub and down a steep hill. At the bottom of the hill turn left (north) onto Hedberg Road - look for the Boulder Creek Golf course sign. Cross the Black River. Look for the log house one block up the hill on the left.Yahoo! Map of Black River Crossing