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Recent Grand Marais reviews

  • Perfect cozy getaway, central location

    "We loved our three nights in the Historic Hotel Grand Marais. The rental is very clean and cozy with cute and thoughtful decor. We loved all the special touches throughout. It was the perfect setting for our UP adventure and a great location for Pictured Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls and the Shipwreck Museum. The town is charming with many quirky and interesting little museums. The beach is beautiful, great for collecting beach stones and within walking distance."
    Guest: Anne M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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  • Cute little house in a quiet town

    "My husband and I recently stayed in Grand Marais for a weekend getaway in October. We were super excited to go kayaking at Pictured rocks while seeing the fall colors and see everything that the UP had to offer. Little did we know the winds would pick up and everything would be cancelled for the entire weekend (Just and FYI in case you are traveling in October). Regardless, we still got to see everything around the Pictured Rocks area (Sable fall is beautiful!) and even ventured out to Tahquamenon Falls. Everything was still beautiful in the wind and rain! Grand Marias proved to be a great middle spot to be able to venture out to both. The house was very clean and perfect for a laid back getaway. The owner was easy to get ahold of and had everything ready for us when we got there. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because of the lack of cable. It would've been nice to wake up and watch TV with breakfast or watch in the evening. There were at least movies and games.....and we had each other (ha!) so that was fun but a little TV would've been nice. Luckily the rain didn't put too much of a damper on being able to get out so we weren't at the cottage much, which is what I suppose most people do. So if you don't mind that then it's a perfect place for a great price. Some other tips: There is not much for food (restaurants and grocery) in the area. Not sure if it's because of the time we went or not (October). The only place for breakfast was a small diner. Food is great but takes awhile to get. If you are not in a hurry to catch a tour than it will probably be no big deal. When we were there a food truck parked down the street and we checked her out on the final morning. Fantastic! Awesome options for a great price (the donuts melt in your mouth). If she is there check her out! Someone else mentioned no wine opener. That is very true and we are very thankful for that review. Ha! We brought our own and it was great. Maybe we missed it somewhere but just and FYI."
    Guest: jennifer s. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 20, 2016
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  • Everything perfect at the Great Escape!

    "This was our second summer staying at the Great Escape and this year was just as perfect as last year. Nikki makes all the details a breeze, responds almost immediately every time. Even called us this year when the power went out for the whole town (was on again within an hour). It's a relaxing feeling just to drive up to the cottage and know we'll be settling in to our time there. Everything is spectacularly clean, and comfortably arranged. The beds and linens are very comfortable, and we appreciated the variety of pillows, too. Loft is perfect for my daughter, and my mom and I each had a comfy bedroom. The cottage gets a great cross-breeze even with just the doors open and screen doors latched, we were always very comfortable. Ceiling fan makes even the warmest days comfortable in the loft. The kitchen has everything we need and more. Bathroom also super clean, with great fluffy towels, and we love the shower. The big dining room table was filled throughout our visit with puzzles, card games, art projects with beach stones, and of course great meals. Plenty for my daughter to enjoy, especially with the many hours we spend beachcombing. It's a short drive to Pictured Rocks, and not too long down to Seney NWR. If you can drag yourself away from this cozy cottage, get the whitefish at the Dunes Saloon, cinnamon rolls and blueberry lemon doughnuts at the Breakwall Bakery, and make sure to stop at the Pickle Barrel and the Gitchee Gumee Museum to learn more about your beachcombing agates and other stones. No complaints about anything - we had a superior time! (Sorry for the bad pun). Can't wait to go back next year!"
    Guest: Karen M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 7, 2016
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  • Private Get Away - what dreams are made of!

    "This place is perfect if you want to get away from it all. The only house on a lake, 7 miles down a dirt path from a small road. You do not get any service, which is exactly what our bustling and busy lives needed. My boys fished daily and got to bring home meals a couple times. During the day we would explore the forest and find new lakes and rivers everyday. My husband gathered edible mushrooms and we cooked over the fire a couple of nights. This is an experience everyone needs. The cabin was clean and besides an oven, it had everything you might need. I am planning on making this an annual vacation for my family. I suggest unplugging and visiting this beautiful sanctuary in the woods."
    Guest: Abby Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 23, 2016
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