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Recent Northwest reviews

  • Relaxing & Peaceful!

    "This was our second visit to Sauble Point Farmhouse! Our family of 5 plus two dogs thoroughly enjoyed the privacy and peacefulness of the farm. The lake was incredibly quiet! We brought our own kayaks and explored all 4 of the Sauble Lakes. We enjoyed fishing off the dock and paddle boat catching blue gill, bass and perch. We also brought ATVs and rode to nearby ORV trails. Overall, it was a wonderfully relaxing vacation. We would definitely return for a third trip."
    Guest: Melissa S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 16, 2016
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  • Great fit for a large group!

    "We had a great stay at the Ranger House. The house can truly hold large families and groups with everyone sleeping comfortably! Kitchens were fully stocked with everything we need - even a waffle maker!!! Communication before and after the rental was prompt and helpful!"
    Guest: Christine W. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 28, 2016
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  • Quiet and secluded getaway

    "My wife and I stayed and the Bass Lake cottage for two glorious weeks late June and early July. It was everything we expected and more. Google maps doesn't quiet know where it is but Robyn's directions were perfect so that was OK. Cottage is set off from a very quiet gravel road so there is no traffic noise, ever. It sits high on a hill from the lake and the woods surrounding the cottage add to the peacefulness. Although the cottage is well appointed (good coffee maker), we cook a lot so we had to buy a few things, easy enough to do because there are great supermarkets and shops within a 15 min drive. We brought our bikes and took them to Sutton's Bay (from which there is a beautiful bike trail to Traverse City) and to Glen Arbor (for another nice bike trail through the Sleeping Bear dunes). The lake shore is silty, but once we got in the canoe we had a nice time just paddling around the lake, which was also very quiet since I think there are only a few houses around it. Robyn and Nick were very attentive and made our time there a wonderful getaway."
    Guest: Rogelio L. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Perfect Family Vacation Home

    "First, the location is perfect; in the center of Good Harbor Bay between Sleeping Bear Dunes and Leland. The accommodations are fully appointed and comfortable. We recently spent a week here with our 7 adult children and 5 grandchildren. We swam everyday, enjoyed the deck on the beach, had a campfire in the evening and enjoyed the hot tub at the end of the day. It was convenient having a washer/dryer at our disposal and a dishwasher. We grilled every night for dinner and enjoyed local produce and wines. The kitchen is large and the only equipment we missed was a griddle for pancakes. The four seats at the end of the counter were perfect for our pre-schoolers. With a home this size, it would be nice to have a second refrigerator in the garage. The home is very close to M-22 but with the windows closed, traffic noise was not an issue. None of our vehicles fit in the garage due to the short depth. The driveway accommodated 3 vehicles. Downstairs are 3 private bedrooms, but you need to walk through the 4th bedroom to get to the 3rd bedroom and they share a bath. Two of the downstairs bedrooms have their own outside access. The walk down to Lake Michigan is easy and gradual. The waterfront is sandy with some large rocks, and there is a long, wide sand bar not far from shore. Petoskey Stones were in abundance! Mary Lou was very quick to respond to any needs we experienced. We look forward to returning to Lake Michigan Delight."
    Guest: Susan K S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 2, 2016
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