Birch Lodge, a nationally designated historic hospitality retreat located on the shores of Trout Lake in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, has reopened with new rooms and amenities after a million-dollar investment, with plans to continue expanding in order to honor more than 100 years of history. New owners and operators Bob and Maureen Kraemer and Jim and Carol Woodruff expect the Lodge to offer year-around amenities and are now accepting reservations at www.birchlodge.com
Since the historic inn reopened, Birch Lodge ownership has hired a number of local residents to fill full- and part-time roles. Open positions are still available to support operations of the 20-room property, including roles as room attendants, guest experience specialists, chefs, servers, gardeners and laundry attendants. Those interested in applying for open positions should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Birch Lodge is the ideal relaxation spot in the central part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Just 30 miles northwest of the Mackinac Bridge and conveniently located near highly sought destinations of the region, Birch Lodge is perfectly positioned to shepherd travelers who need time to unwind and unplug. The property features 20 guest rooms and modern amenities in a classical mix of the elegance of The Inn at Birch Lodge and the mid-century modern design of The Motel at Birch Lodge, both housed on 20 acres of land alongside the picturesque Trout Lake. From fishing and bird watching to boating, kayaking and beach lounging, Birch Lodge is a treasure to be uncovered. For more information, visit birchlodge.com.