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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 St. Ignace reviews

  • This was our second time staying!

    "We love staying at this cabin! It is very spacious while being very cozy. The kitchen has everything you will need to feed a big family. The bedrooms are large and the bathroom facilities are very good. The basement is great for the kids to hang out in with a whole living room down there and large bunk beds on the other side of the room. Sauna is a treat. We went for walks on the sandy beach. Does not have wifi but it was good for us to do without and just play family games😊 Jackie is as sweet as could be and VERY responsive to anything we needed or has questions on. We are thinking of coming back in the summer as it must be amazing!"
    Guest: Tourist Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 28, 2016
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  • Our Family loves this log cabin! Great picturesque views from this home of Brevort lake.

    "Our family has been staying in this cabin every winter for the last 12 years, very clean and well-maintained. The owners are hands-on, if you need anything. We love the accessibility to this house from the town of Moran and Bevort lake via snowmobile ! Also Saint Ignace is only about 12 minutes away. Great modern kitchen and dining area for those family dinners. Lots of setting room around the fireplace for that family time with views of Brevort lake. We've never rented a home that offers all the amenities of this one. This year we're planning to come back in the summer and enjoy kayaking and fishing on this awesome lake. You'll love what this Home has to offer and will not be disappointed !"
    Guest: Skip Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 18, 2017
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  • We love to visit again and again

    "This was our third time staying here. Each visit there is something new provided for our entertainment. There are kayaks and bikes to use. Paths to hike, drives to take, simply enjoy life away from the every day distractions. Our children and their families visited this time with us. They instantly fell in love with the home and island. As always, the rental is very clean and well kept. We will definitely be back."
    Guest: L G. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 18, 2016
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  • Old-school charm, heaps of character

    "We stayed here for a brief family vacation with my husband and 3 kids - ages 5, 7 and 9. If you've seen negative reviews of this place, perhaps I can clarify and set your expections. It's not a luxury cottage, with en-suite bathrooms for everyone and wall to wall drywall and fresh carpet. What it is, though, is an escape into the past. The way life used to be, preserved almost completely in its original state from the early 20th century. Enter this time machine and you'll find a kitchen with a working fridge, small freezer, cups, silverware, plates and a decent coffee pot. The stove is wonky and the oven doesn't work - a leftover from the gas stove selected by someone two generations ago. Never mind - town is nearby and you didn't want to cook on vacation anyway, did you? If you do, there's a grill outside. Ah, outside. Step into the fresh Lake Michigan breeze and it's about 50 feet to the lake. Pure soft white sand with a few small shells to pick, and deliciously refreshing water for a swim. The dropoff is so far out that you can wade in up to your waist out to about 75 feet from shore – maybe farther, but I didn’t try it. There were no bugs to speak of because of the lake breeze. The family has preserved the interior of the home as it must have been in previous generations. There’s no A/C, you don’t need it. There are adorable decorations on the shelves and a huge stone fireplace, as well as magazines held over from times gone by to turn the pages of as you have coffee on the porch swing. Play some board games or cards while you listen to the lake sounds and the birds outside. And if you’re lucky, get ready to batten down the hatches for a real Lake Michigan storm, which will impress with its sudden arrival and ferocity. Yes, the toilet cubicle is downstairs off the kitchen, but it’s neatly walled off, and private. The shower is in an upstairs bedroom, but it’s worth the inconvenience to stay that close to the beach. No internet or Dish, but if you’re the right kind of renter, you won’t care. One thing I’ll say is the owner could take care to select a few new towels and rugs for the “bathroom” area and improve the quality of one of the beds, which sags a lot. A few new bedsheets would really spiff the place up. The yard, derided as weedy by a previous review, is actually natural beach vegetation, native to the area. And, the place smells like Grandma’s house… but it was very clean. Wish we could have stayed two weeks."
    Guest: Carolyn Z. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 16, 2016
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