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
$93 - $200 per night 27-30 night min stay
Recent Upper Peninsula reviews
"Great vacation. 3rd time at Lindsley Cove. Cabin is always very clean. The seclusion is wonderful. A very peaceful place. Fall foliage at peak was something to see. The area has great hiking, beautiful waterfalls, and of course, the lakes. The most relaxing vacation ever."Guest: DJR Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 2, 2014View listing
"We recently stayed at the cabin during the weekend of our wedding. It couldn't have been more special. The night before our wedding, we enjoyed a beautiful Northern Lights display that was the perfect kick-off to the weekend. The stars here are incredible! Best of all, it is less than 10 minutes to Calumet, so convenience and privacy blend just right. It is basically a studio, with the bedroom in the kitchen, so we would highly recommend for a couple. Any more than that and it would get tight. The owners provided a grill and all necessary amenities to make our stay perfect! I already miss waking up and seeing the lake early in the morning."Guest: Cassy T. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 2, 2014View listing
"My family with our closest friends stayed here for a vacation this summer. Gladstone is a perfect town to make your base for exploring the UP. The pictures don't do the house justice! It was plenty large for both families. The bedrooms were large and the beds were very comfortable. The home was decorated well and was quite charming. The kitchen reminded me of my grandfather's. The hardwood floors throughout made the home easy to keep clean with all of us trekking through. Steve and Barb are great hosts, and a minor issue I encountered was immediately and thoroughly resolved. I would definitely stay here again! Make sure you visit Dobber's Pasties and The Buck Inn for food. We charter fished with Lucky Line Charters, Captain John was great with the boys, a real class act. We visited Quincy Mine in Hancock (need to visit Canyon Falls on the way back-beautiful!), explored Marquette/Ishpeming, toured Pictured Rocks by boat (recommend the sunset cruise), hiked Tehquamenon, visited Oswald's Bear Ranch (kids' favorite), Whitefish Point, Soo Locks, canoed the Marquette River through Seney Wildlife Refuge (recommend for experienced canoeists, not kids), played on the beaches in Gladstone and Escanaba. Overall one of the best vacations we've had in a while, thanks Steve and Barb!"Guest: Sam and family Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014View listing
"Clean and Comfortable place to stay for my 2 colleagues and I when we came to the area for business. Less expensive than hotels."Guest: Business Traveler Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 6, 2014View listing
Mackinac Island Travel Tips
Enjoy the Horses by Reserving Mackinac Island Vacation Rentals
If you love horses, then Mackinac Island is the place for you. Mackinac Island's culture is centered on the breeding of horses and because of this, there are horse carriages available throughout the year so you can go for a ride and enjoy the amazing scenery at a slow pace. Horse-taxis are available to take you wherever you need to go just by going by the taxi office on Main Street and calling for one. What a quaint way to get around town—you'll feel like you've been transported to the 19th century!
Nature Abounds at Mackinac Island
To truly enjoy your vacation to Mackinac Island, lodging can be found in many places including hotels, but you won't really understand the beautiful nature of Mackinac Island by staying in a cold, cookie-cutter hotel room. Instead, look into renting out a Mackinac Island vacation home. These homes are wonderful because they are owned by real people who have added their personal touch to the décor and so they have that "lived-in" feel to them. They are also much roomier than a one-room hotel room, and include full kitchens, multiple bedrooms, and a large living area.
Amazing Area You Don't Want to Miss
Mackinac Island is truly a unique area. In addition to the horse-drawn taxis, you'll also find bicycle-drawn taxis to take you around town. A can't-miss is the Wings of Mackinac Butterfly Conservatory where you can see butterflies as they fly around lush plants. Butterflies are a rare sight in real life, but here, they are plentiful and are beautiful to see. Also found in the area are golfing, hiking, and the Stuart House Museum. And at the end of a wonderful, but exhausting, day, you can relax in one of the many Michigan Upper Peninsula lake houses that you have chosen to stay in.