5 Bedroom 3.5 Bath Sleeps 8
Mary Beth Masimore
- english, German, Spanish outside source
About Mary Beth Masimore
Our family has owned this property since it was built in 1932. It has been updated but has a wonderful ambiance. The cottage is called 'Sandrift'.
Mary Beth Masimore purchased this Cottage in 1932
Why Mary Beth Masimore chose Harbor Springs
It will give you a vacation that will make you want to come back again and again.
What makes this Cottage unique
Totally private property with both amazing lake views, beach, sand dunes and abundance of trees Water is from our artesian well. Best water ever. This rental includes membership to the private association.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Beautiful setting. Easy walk to common beach area. Great host.
Great stay in Menonaqua!
Beautiful view in a perfect location. Home was fun - very quaint. Owner was very friendly and helpful during our stay.
Wonderful home with spectacular view. This was our first time staying in Menonaqua -- and it will not be our last! Truly a wonderful experience. Wonderful panoramic view of Little Traverse Bay!
Very nice home...very quaint. Some things are a little outdated.
Location is awesome. Probably about 200 yards to the beach. No air conditioning, was really only an issue 1 hot day.
Owner was very accommodating and responsive.
There are many boat, kayak, bike, and other rentals available. Golf and tennis, parachuting, zip line. A full fitness center 3 minutes away. Chamber of Commerce and help with all this plus the many wonderful restaurants. Harbor Springs is one of America's Best Towns for Fall Colors
Travel & Leisure magazine has ranked Harbor Springs as one of America's Best Towns for Fall Colors. It would be hard to dispute them. Harbor Springs has the most scenic drive in the state, the famous 'Tunnel of Trees' that begins in Harbor Springs and winds for 20 breathtaking miles along an impressive bluff overlooking Lake Michigan. Making the drive even more impressive are the wonderful shops and restaurants you'll find along the way before reaching the drive's end in Cross Village. If you take only one color tour this fall, this is the one it should be.