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NEW LISTING--This professionally decorated condo is ideally located within the Boyne Community. It is close to outstanding golf, hiking and biking for the summer. In the winter, this SKI IN-OUT property is slope side near the North Peak Pass in Boyne Highland’s Alpine Village. This is a perfect location as it is in the heart of “The Highlands” resort and just a short distance to the Main Lodge and the various amenities. Summer activities includes 72 holes golf courses, hiking and so much more making this a great year-round destination. The condo includes 3 bedrooms (1 king and 2 queens) /2 full baths accommodating six. Included in the amenities are a BBQ, 55”flat screen TV, WiFi, A/C and gas fireplace. The well equipped kitchen with granite counter tops provides all the necessary equipment to prepare an outstanding meal. If you prefer not to cook, “The Highlands” includes various dining options which will meet your every need. During the spring, summer and fall seasons, there are there are a host of activities guests may enjoy. This includes 72 holes of golf, tennis, hiking, zip line, horseback riding and fishing. The famous Young Americans dinner theater performs on premise. This is a most enjoyable entertainment for couples or entire families. In the winter, Boyne Highlands offer some of the best skiing in the mid-west. It has the finest, best-groomed slopes. Skiers and riders of all abilities can find terrains to suit each ability whether a beginner to those who look for the double black diamonds. An outstanding Snow Sports Academy offers instruction for all level so that each skill level may be enhanced. Should you decide to take a break from skiing, there are so many other activities to enjoy. This includes tubing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding and the unique experience of dog-shedding. Then don’t forget about the outdoor swimming in the heated pool and hot tubs. Charming Harbor Springs is just 12 minutes away and is a perfect year-round retreat. With its shop, restaurants, beaches and waterfront activities, you will have something to do all the time. Summertime brings days perfect for boating, kayaking and swimming in our Pure Michigan beaches and state parks. If you prefer to explore, there is Mackinac Island which is only 45 minutes away. The famous “Tunnel of Trees” begins approximately 5 miles west of town. Petoskey and Charlevoix are 15 & 30 minutes away respectively.
Early Spring Apr 1 - Apr 30, 2016 2 night min stay
$173 Fri, Sat
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Refundable Damage Deposit$300
CHECK IN/CHECK OUT: Rental period begins at 4:00 pm on day of arrival & terminates at 10:00am on day of departure, unless prior arrangements have been made. Late departures will incur an extra charge of an additional days rental. The properties are professionally cleaned and inspected before and after each rental to ensure that all guests have a clean comfortable accommodations.
DEPOSIT AND PAYMENTS: 50% of your reservation is due within 7 days of your reservation. The total is due 30 days prior to your check in date. CANCELLATION: There is a $200.00 cancellation fee for any cancellation notification received more than 45 days prior to occupancy. There are no refunds if the reservation is cancelled less than 45 days prior to the arrival date. Rates are subject to change
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Nestled along the deepest harbor in the Great Lakes, lies the charming waterfront community of Harbor Springs, Michigan. A bustling tourist destination since before the turn of the century, Harbor Springs and its surrounding areas offer an abundance of natural beauty and four seasons of outdoor activities. You will enjoy an array of cultural and culinary attractions that continually delight visitors as well as provide an uncomplicated tranquility to residents.
Located in the Little Traverse Bay area of Northern Michigan, Harbor Springs offers four seasons of events and activities for all ages to experience, explore and enjoy. We are the gateway to the iconic and scenic M-119 Tunnel of Trees, a harbinger for our area’s natural beauty. The area also boasts a variety of local artisans, musicians and thespians offering an array of cultural activities including gallery exhibitions, concerts and theater performances to enjoy, coupled with a quaint and charming downtown that encourages strolling and shopping and of course stopping along the way to enjoy for a delicious treat or two.
The History of nearby Petoskey & Emmet County Emmet County, so named in honor of Irish Patriot Robert Emmet is located on the Northwestern tip of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. The County was organized in 1853. The early French fur traders and missionaries called it L'Arbe Croche, or Crooked Tree, after a tall tree overhanging a high bluff which was used as a landmark for approaching canoes.
Emmet County's seat, the City of Petoskey, has a strong and varied past.
Rambling Victorian homes in the community of Bay View serve as a reminder of great history as a summertime destination of vacationing city dwellers for several generations. On a late fall day in 1873, a reporter from a Grand Rapids newspaper dubbed the Petoskey area 'Land of a Million Dollar Sunsets' when he was dazzled by one of our usual beautiful sunsets as he stepped off the train. By the summer of 1874, Petoskey was a regular stop for many rail lines originating from throughout Michigan. Travelers boarded the trains to escape the often smoggy, dusty big cities and luxuriate in the fresh air and healing natural springs. Luxury resort hotels were constructed along the rail line as well as depots to accommodate all the new visitors, including the young Ernest Hemingway on his way to spend summers on Walloon Lake and in Petoskey.
Along the Bear River, water power was harnessed to run sawmills, flour mills, hardwood flooring factories, butter bowl manufacturers and furniture-making facilities.
Little steam ships drom along the bay, making regular routes to southern and northern delivery stops.
Tourism continues to be a major economic force and has grown to include winter attractions as well. The county and city are now a four-season destination offering world class alpine skiing, numerous kilometers of groomed and natural cross-country trails, championship golf courses, all types of water sports, breathtaking Autumn views and an amazing 26-mile bike trail along the shoreline known as the Little Traverse Wheelway.
The City of Petoskey continues a history of quaint shopping and panoramic views.