The House at Holly
Crossing was built in 1892 near the turn-of-the-century where
the railroad tracks met main street in this historic railroad village.
The original owner, Mark Tenny, was an engineer of the Panama Canal.
Mr. Tenny served as Holly Village President for many years and is
remembered with a street named in his honor. In the Spring and Summer
Holly Crossing boasts an abundance of flora and fauna as well as a
gazebo surrounded by a relaxing pond and a large hammock swing.
Visit Historic Holly, Michigan and go back in time. Ornate Victorian
shop fronts, the feel of cobblestone underfoot, and the sound of a
train whistle are reminders of days past. Holly lays claim to the
first railroad junction in Michigan, built in the days of the lumber
barons. Yet surprisingly, where other tracks have lain silent for
decades, Holly's junction is still thriving today. In addition, Holly
is the sight of the infamous Battle Alley, where lumber and railroad
workers would gather for drinking and carousing. Today, the Alley
is the center for shopping, dining and festivals in the village.
Holly Crossing has an amazing Balcony Suite complete with a balcony overlooking the town of Holly, a gel fueled fireplace and jacuzzi bathtub awaiting your arrival! All Suites and rooms include a Queen sized bed, cable television, free high speed internet access and a continental breakfast with home baked goods and cookies
or a special full breakfast at our local Bittersweet Cafe. Visit our attractions page under dining for more info.
Visit our rates page for pricing on our Suites and Rooms.