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Recent Michigan reviews

  • A large, beautiful home that is perfectly situated on Lake Michigan.

    "We enjoyed our stay at this lovely home very much. Plenty of room and loads of amenities. Our kids were down at the water from sunrise to sunset. In the evenings, we watched movies in the movie theatre, read from a library of books and played pool. A very comfortable base from which to explore the area. Very happy."
    Guest: Theodore M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 24, 2016
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  • Great cabin, quiet in nature surrounded by trees and birds

    "We had a great time in this cabin. We loved the porch around three sides of the house where you could always find the sun or shade at any time of the day. Enjoyed the quiet and the singing of the birds while reading and having my coffee. Supermarkets are 10 min away. The towns Houghton and Hancock give some fun things to do (15 - 20 min. drive), have some good local restaurants and coffee shops and are beautifully located along the big canal. A must stop is K.C. Bonkers Toys and Coffee in Hancock. This place is a blast with the best coffee in town and fun magical soda creations that children will get a kick out of, like dragon blood with Unicorn milk! Even my 14 year old liked it, so it is not too childish. Plus you can play some great family games while drinking your coffee. We had a great brunch at Suomi restaurant with a Finnish pancake, kind of custard thick with strawberry jam and cardamom toast, yum. It is not expensive. I highly recommend to go see the sunset at McClain State Park, a scenic drive from Hancock going East. We also toured the peninsula one day, Calumet is a neat town to visit, go to Connie's Kitchen to try a local Pasty. Then we took the scenic Brockway Mountain Drive, which was not scenic at all, until you get to the top with a beautiful view of the lake and surroundings. Driving down to Copper Harbor you have some more small scenic parking spots. Copper Harbor is very small, we were frankly not impressed but also tired of touring the whole day. It does seem to be a great place for some biking and hiking and possibly kayaking. The drive along the lake shore on the North -East was also very beautiful. There was plenty more to explore, but we did not have enough time, plus we also enjoyed staying at the cabin and breathing in the fresh air and enjoying the calm. They also have a sauna if you like that. The master bedroom is in the basement, it has a concrete floor with many rugs on it. The kids slept in a roomy loft with two queen beds on the bottom of the bunk beds which was a great place for them. I am sure you will have a good time here."
    Guest: Renee S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 4, 2016
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  • Good experience!

    "We love this area of Michigan, and besides Lake Leelanau, loved how close we were to Good Harbor Beach, and beaches in Sutton's Bay. House was clean and neighbors were quiet. Easy to find. We enjoyed our stay!"
    Guest: Colleen P. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 15, 2016
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  • Great family weekend!

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Turkey Hollow. The deer and black squirrels were so much fun to watch in the morning while we had coffee. The weather was chilly and gray, perfect for a warm fire and playing games with our kids. If you are looking for a relaxing weekend to unplug from the hectic work week, this is the place to go. Can't wait to come back in the summer! Thanks Mark!"
    Guest: Dana L. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 27, 2016
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