This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Northport reviews
"For being so late in the autumn color season, we had still great colors to see. The home was clean and very accessible from a paved road, yet private feeling with the many trees around it, even in a neighborhood. A great getaway with no surprises. Yep, it not located close to any big attractions, but that is what we wanted. Of the last four houses we have rented, it is our top choice. We would go back to it because it was just as advertised, with nothing catching us off guard. It was warm, comfortable, and relaxing. We did see a few freighters go by far away on the lake. We could hear shore waves lapping when sitting on the porch, but not inside the house. The neighborhood is very well kept and quiet. Even our little Pomeranian loved the place. Did I mention it was relaxing? Oh, and the owners were very cooperative and helpful."Guest: Denny B. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: November 24, 2013View listing
"My husband and I (early 30’s) weren't sure as we pulled in (the treehouse is a guest house over the garage, with the owners living about 200 feet away). Was this the beginning of a horror movie? Turn out, our stay turned out to be absolutely wonderful. Tom and Kathy have the perfect personalities for making you feel comfortable and at home, and we couldn’t have had a better location for enjoying all at the Leelanau Peninsula has to offer. Other than this rental and rustic camping up at the state park, there really are no other lodging options in the area, and we got full access to incredible beaches and hiking trails with virtually NO crowds. We felt like staying at the treehouse was a unique take on deluxe camping – an awesome deck with bird watching and star gazing, but with the comfort of a fantastic king-size bed and a kitchen stocked with tin foil, olive oil, coffee, the works. Most importantly, this place is AMAZING if you have an energetic dog who loves to explore woods. With the gated deck and acres and acres of property, you couldn’t ask for a place to stay with a dog. We walked her (off-leash) around their property when she wasn’t already exhausted from hiking through sand dunes or cruising the downtowns of Northport and Sutton’s Bay, and it was ideal to say the least. (Usually getaways are a special treat for the humans, but this place is also a glorious vacation for a well-behaved dog with extra energy!) Bottom line: Diamond in the rough. This place is high-demand due to repeat visitors, so book early (like, 8-10 months in advance) and it’ll be worth your while. As long as you are prepared for semi-rustic (even change your own sheets afterwards in lieu of a cleaning fee if you want) and willing to sacrifice a little privacy in having Tom and Kathy and their Jack-Russell terrier close by, it really is a great gig. Nothing like it (or even close) in the area!"Guest: Robin & Alan & Gadget Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 28, 2014View listing
"I cannot rave enough about our weekend at Whispering Pines! My boyfriend and I spent our first vacation together here for a long weekend and it was everything we had imagined. We both have a pretty bad habit of getting over-excited and setting expectations too high for upcoming experiences, which of course usually ends up leaving us disappointed. However with this getaway, we were only disappointed that we had to leave! When we arrived, the hot tub was fired up ready to go for us along with a bottle of local wine provided by Tom! The lofted bedroom was absolutely beautiful in the morning when we woke up to the sunrise, and 2 nights in a row we accidentally dozed off sitting in front of the cozy fireplace. It was THE most relaxing weekend we have ever had and I fully attribute that to where we were staying. The location was great- set back in the woods enough to feel secluded and private, but in a nice neighborhood that felt very safe and friendly. It is about a 10 minute drive south into downtown Northport, 25 minutes into Suttons Bay, and 45 minutes into Traverse City, where we did a wine tour one day that was fantastic. The coolest thing we did all weekend was visit the ice caves (or i guess walls, not quite caves?) at Leelanau State Park, which is less than 2 miles north of the house. Literally breathtaking! A must while you are visiting if they are still there! Thank you so much, Tom, for giving us a wonderful, relaxing weekend that we both were in desperate need of with our hectic work schedules. We are very excited to return again in the summer, spring, or fall to experience a whole new vacation!"Guest: Olivia & Tom Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 13, 2014View listing
"Indigo House is an absolutely charming home inside and out. It has everything you need for a very comfortable stay and more! Easy walks to everything in town, including the grocery store, bakery, Willowbrook Mill and restaurants make this the ideal location for anyone seeking a quiet getaway. A short drive can expand activities to vineyards, wine tasting, boating and other exploring in the beautiful peninsula. Mark and Deborah are delightful, yet unobtrusive hosts who make sure every detail is covered to make your stay enjoyable. We can't wait to visit again!"Guest: Barb L. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 4, 2014View listing
Northport Travel Tips
Northport Lodging for a Place Like No Other
Visitors will find Northport, Michigan located on Leelanau Peninsula. This gorgeous area overlooks Grand Traverse Bay and offers a range of different options for Northport lodging, including vacation rentals. Northport rentals place visitors right in the heart of all that Northport has to offer, while at the same time providing space and seclusion.
The Choice Is Yours with Northport Lodging
There is certainly no limit to the amount of activities and attractions to enjoy near Northport rentals. Northport itself is a charming town, worthy of a postcard. Come prepared to explore the many unique shops and galleries. For meals, decide whether you would like to dine at one of the many fine restaurants or prepare a meal in the kitchen of your Northwest Michigan vacation rentals. Looking for excitement? Head to the waterfront and marina where you will be sure to find plenty to do, including boating and fishing. If there are some things that you do not want to forget to pack for your trip, they would be your rod, reel and camera. You will definitely find reason to use them in this gorgeous corner of Michigan.
Northport Rentals Are the Ideal Choices
The variety of options for Northport lodging includes cabins that are ideal for couples, small groups and families as well as vacation homes that are more spacious and can accommodate larger groups. Be sure to book your Northwest Michigan vacation rentals early, especially during the peak seasons, as these properties do tend to book up quickly as a result of the popularity of the local area.
Seclusion Is Yours at Northwest Michigan Vacation Rentals
When you are looking for a lodging option that provides you with the opportunity to enjoy complete privacy and seclusion on your vacation, there is no option that compares to Northport rentals. Even the most luxurious hotels cannot compare to the amenities offered by Northport lodging vacation homes. Not only will visitors be able to choose whether they want to prepare a meal in the full kitchen and dine in or eat out at local restaurants, but they will also have far more living space. Many Northwest Michigan vacation rentals even extend the living space outdoors with large decks.