This charming cottage with quest house is located on beautiful Lake Michigan with a private, sandy beach. The water is crystal clear and the bottom is nice and sandy. No water shoes needed here!
The cottage was designed with comfort in mind and looks like it's right off the pages of Cottage Living Magazine! It features 2 bedrooms and has everything you need to make your vacation enjoyable. The kitchen has an electric glass top stove and a full size refrigerator as well as all the pots, pans and cooking utensils you need to prepare your meals onsite. There is a lovely table and chairs in front of the large windows facing the lake or take your meals out on the beach. We have provided top of the line Williams Sonoma kitchen appliances, a custom bathroom with walk-in shower and on demand hot water, a washer and dryer, king size bed in master bedroom with double closet, twin bed in second bedroom. There is also additional space in the cozy little guest house that features a sleeper sofa, microwave & mini frig. The cottage is decorated throughout with pottery barn furniture, tableware, dishes and glassware.
Although the cottage is away from the hustle and bustle of Mackinaw City, it is a short 15 minute drive to get there. Shop, dine or enjoy some famous Mackinac fudge or a fresh churned ice cream cone.
They say "location is everything" and you won't find a better location to enjoy all that Northern Michigan has to offer.
If you are interested in star-gazing, the night sky over Lake Huron is beautiful. You can also drive 10 minutes to the Headlands - designated as a 'DARK SKY PRESERVE' - one of only a few locations in the USA! This is given to a few special areas that are free of artificial light. The night sky is breathtakingly beautiful!
In the spring, birdwatchers gather from all over the country to catch a glimpse of the incredible hawk migration. Historic Fort Michilimackinac and the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, McGulpin Point Lighthouse and the ferry docks to Mackinac Island - are all minutes away.
In the fall, take the color tour through the "tunnel of trees" or enjoy spectacular scenery in the Upper Peninsula, an easy drive across the mighty Mackinac Bridge. There's nothing quite like the sound of bugling elks during mating season at Pigeon River or the mysterious call of the loon on a quiet lake. It's all here! Hunt, fish, hike, canoe, bike - you can do it all or you can just relax with a good book. There is something for everyone here.