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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

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Recent Port Huron reviews

  • Peaceful.

    "My 2 daughters (ages 5 and 16 months), my Mother and I enjoyed a mid-week getaway at this amazing cottage off the Lake. The owners have thought of everything. Pack a change of clothes, groceries and a book or two - That's all you need. This is the perfect rental for families with small children. Everything is located on one level. The back deck acted as a playroom and the girls spent hours playing together there. We will definitely book this location again."
    Guest: Janica S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 20, 2016
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  • Cottage Life

    "Cottage was clean and decorated beautifully! The owner Robin is very accommodating and friendly and supplies you with everything you could possibly need from towels to bug spray. Upon arrival the front table had a welcoming dish with marshmallows, graham crackers and Hershey bars (we are not much of a s’mores family but did indulge on the chocolate bars ;0), as well as dog treats for our dog. Our family only stayed four nights but would have loved to stay the rest of the week, I would definitely recommend! PROS: • Very clean • Towels, beach towels, bed linens, dishes, utensils, pots, pans are provided as well as a small supply of coffee, and some condiments. • Beds (doubles) on ground level very comfortable. • Large refrigerator • Plenty of fans to keep you cool in summertime. • Many board games, DVD’s, and books. • Backyard is well maintained with a fire pit, chairs, wood, and shed that contains bikes and some beach toys. • Close to beaches and town. CONS: • Small (it’s a cottage), but beautiful and perfect for two to four people. • Loft – not adult friendly, especially after partaking in a few adult beverages, (great for kids and is the largest bedroom). • No storage in second bedroom so you cannot put clothes away. • Bathroom and shower are very small – people of larger size would find it a bit challenging but manageable. • No Wi-Fi so if you like to use internet for streaming music or just searching you will eat up a lot of data if you can even get service. • TV’s are limited to DVD’s only, (one in family room and other in loft) – This was only a minor complaint by our eldest family member."
    Guest: Anthony D. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 23, 2016
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  • Great family home in Lexington near the water!!!

    "I rented this home to celebrate my husband's 40th birthday and could not have had a better trip. The home fit 4 adults and 2 children comfortably. My kids loved the bunk beds! Upon arrival we found the home to be clean, welcoming and stocked with all of the household items that we needed to facilitate our trip. It was really nice to only have to pack clothing and food. The home is a quick walk down to the beach, and we enjoyed chatting with the nice neighbors on the way. The beach itself is small, but there was plenty of room for my family as well as the other residents. We enjoyed a picnic on the beach multiple days and were fortunate to have beautiful weather. The owners were extremely nice, communicative and helpful. We have already booked another trip for this summer and are looking forward to Relaxington Manor being an annual tradition!!!"
    Guest: Heather Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: January 31, 2017
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  • Summer and fall experiences in the same 2 week vacation!

    "This is the perfect location for a vacation for so many reasons. FYI, this is my 2nd year at Lake Cottage and I have already made my reservation for 2017. It's a short, approx 2 hour drive from the Detroit Metro area, and it is very easy to get to. I loved the mix of seasons--some of the days were hot and sunny while others were cool with a touch of fall in the air and a blush of red in the tops of the maples. Port Huron is only 20 minutes away and Lexington is maybe 15 minutes (with the bridge out) in the other direction. I visited Marvins Gardens 5 times to pick peaches and red raspberries and to buy apples to make applesauce. The Thumbfest Music Festival is the Saturday before Labor Day--great fun with multiple stages presenting music at the same time all afternoon and into the evening. There is hiking nearby and the Bridge to Bay Trail that starts at the foot of the Blue Water Bridge is a wonderful walk with great freighter watching up close. (The trail continues on for many miles all the way to Algonac.) While the lake level has risen, you can get into the water with water shoes/sandals to manage the rocks that are close to shore. There are many maintained beaches close by--Lakeport State Park, a county park, two city beaches (Lakeshore, Lighthouse) in Port Huron--that have restrooms and picnic tables/shelters. Lindsay and her husband are very easy to deal with and answer all questions/respond to requests promptly. Fair warning, the veggie/fruit stand closed on Sunday before Labor Day and never opened again during my stay."
    Guest: Donna S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 20, 2016
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