This lovely, year 'round log cabin is perfectly situated! It sits on a hill in a beautiful wooded area just minutes from Crooked Lake boat launch, Petoskey State Park beach and miles of hiking/biking trails. Fall colors are spectacular and for snow lovers, it is less than 10 minutes from Boyne Highlands and Nubs Nob ski resorts and the trail head for miles of snow-mobile trails in the winter. It sleeps up to 9 in beds.
This is a nature lovers dream! Plenty of wildlife viewing and miles of trails for your favorite outdoor recreation. And it's a quick 10 minute ride to Petoskey State Park Beach - one of the best sandy beaches in Northwest Michigan! Kayaks are included in your stay.
The cabin is expertly decorated in the quintessential northern Michigan style. It's a great place for family vacations, ski-trips, or girlfriend time. The owners have a robust family business designing and building beautiful one-of-a-kind rustic furniture as well as recycling antiques. Much of the furniture has been created (or re-created) by the owners. Having spent substantial time in Switzerland, they adapted a bit of European flair and it shows. The owners provide everything you need to enjoy your time including plush linens and bedding.
Bedroom 1 is located on the main floor as is the bathroom. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are upstairs.
There is a full size refrigerator, dishwasher, electric oven/range, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, etc. and the kitchen is well stocked.
The cabin is located in a secluded, quiet area with panoramic views of the hills and forest. There are miles of hiking/biking/snow-mobile trails just steps from the cabin.
There is a small enclave of cabins in the immediate area. Please be respectful of the neighbors and their privacy. The cabin lot is around the cabin and down the hill in the back.
The cabin is less than 5 minutes to Crooked Lake and their public boat launch; 10 minutes to Harbor Springs, Petoskey, Alanson, Nubs Nob and Boyne Highland ski resorts; 20 minutes to Pellston Airport, Walloon Lake, Burt Lake, Indian River; 40 minutes to Charlevoix, Mackinaw City/Mackinac Island and the Mackinac Bridge, the gateway to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The list of things to do and see in the area are endless!