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Recent Ludington reviews

  • Heartily Recommended

    "This was a great stay. We enjoyed our New Year's weekend in a comfy, cozy cottage. I would not hesitate to recommend staying here."
    Guest: John B. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 12, 2017
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  • Great lodge/ wonderful views

    "This is wonderful place for a large family get together. We had a marvelous time. we had 4 small boys and 9 adults with lots of very well appointed space for everyone. I would give the space 4 stars except that we have been home now for 6 weeks with no sign of our security deposit. There was no response from owners when we reported a minor issue with the fridge during our visit. Please improve your communication with guests so that we can give this otherwise perfect spot 5 stars."
    Guest: Jane G. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 17, 2016
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  • A Nice Stay with Lots of Pluses

    "We choose the Ludington Hideaway for an off-season getaway. The weather was mostly terrible, unfortunately, but our short stay was still enjoyable thanks to The Hideaway and proprietor Mike's welcoming attitude. The Hideaway itself is a late 19th C. house but it has been updated nicely and is now an interesting mix of rustic and modern. The only limiting room for us was the small bathroom (with cast iron tub!) but we didn't have use of the upstairs where there is another bathroom for those renting the whole house. The kitchen, on the other hand, is spacious and modern with nice appliances. Most rooms are good sized including the bedrooms with plenty of closet space. The smallest bedroom is bigger than it looks in the picture also. It does take awhile though to figure out where all the light switches are located; I think that's why it's called The Hideaway ;-) The central location, just a few blocks north of Ludington Ave., is great for access to everything. As another reviewer mentioned, The House of Flavors restaurant/ice cream parlour is particularly close which is great if you have kids (they will want to go there all the time). The Jamesport Brewing Co. is only a few blocks further south which is great for dads (who will want to go there all the time :) And beautiful Ludington State Park is only a 10 minute drive away. A few additional pluses to this property: 1) the internet service is very good and easy to access. 2) the cable TV selection is pretty good too. Both are a big bonus when stuck indoors due to bad weather. 3) the parking right behind the house (lower unit only) off the alley is private and convenient which is especially helpful at arrival and departure time. We had a very nice stay at The Hideaway and hope to visit again in the future."
    Guest: AFW Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 12, 2016
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  • Pure Michigan up north vacation

    "We just returned from our week at Beechmount. We loved it! It was very private and quiet. The deck was huge and a great place to read at the end of the day after going to the beach. There was plenty of room for the 4 of us to move around. The master bedroom was a good size and the bed was decent. Lots of dresser space. The upstairs is spacious and smells like cedar! The antiques were similar to some that I have and I felt that added to the ambiance. It felt like I was staying at a relative's place. The kitchen was adequate, not huge but had everything we needed to cook some meals. There was a Weber grill on the deck. The fire pit area was a few steps away from the house and was a large area which would fit a decent amount of people. It was nice to have a dog-friendly cottage, our dogs loved being able to walk around and sniff everything. Good area for walks and mountain biking. We had friends staying on Hamlin lake with boats, so they picked us up at the boat porch. We definitely drove to the boat porch, especially since we were carrying coolers, towels, etc... it was a 1-2 min drive from the house. Since the house was on a hill, it wasn't really convenient to walk there. But the porch was a good place to store floats, etc... Just FYI, most people don't swim at their waterfront locations because Hamlin lake is very sea weedy, especially at the edges/breakwalls. It is a great idea to have a boat or rent one (can be pricey), because you can get to a lot of locations on the lake and to the State Park. We spent a lot of time at the informal beach on the north side of the dunes. It was sandy-bottomed, so you could walk around. Lots of boats pulled up there or anchored and partied/tubed/walked dogs/walked on the dunes. Take in a few sunsets at Lake Michigan - so worth the view! The State Park was awesome! I wish we would have tubed down the river to Lake Michigan, it looked like fun! The town is really cool to walk around in, lots of great restaurants, cute shops. Our girls (22 and 15) definitely want to come back! By the way, they liked House of Flavors for ice cream vs. Kilwins... :-)"
    Guest: Jackie R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 21, 2016
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