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Recent Northeast reviews

  • Great home for group

    "Class of 74 gals celebrated birthdays together by renting a home on Lake Superior. The Cedar Cliff Retreat was perfect for this occasion. Fully furnished and comfortable for our group of 9-we could have had more as home is big! Saturday after big breakfast we headed out to see the sights such as Temperance State Park & Gooseberry Falls. After a full day of exploring went back to grill burgers and eat some more! Huge table to play games and later in evening many of us headed down by the shore and used the fire pit. Also house has 2 porches that are screened to enjoy the outdoors but not worry about mosquitos."
    Guest: Debra J. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • Family vacation

    "What a wonderful find and beautiful accommodation on Lake Vermilion. Everything is so well thought out so you can just move in and enjoy. This home is well cared for and exceptionally clean. It easily accommodated our party of 11. The owners are wonderful, and I assure you will go out of their way to make sure all your needs are met. Definitely worth another stay."
    Guest: AK Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 12, 2016
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  • Beautiful & Peaceful

    "My wife and I spent a lovely, quiet fall weekend here in the Guest House, and we absolutely loved it! The property is beautifully secluded on a small point on the Lake, providing an excellent view of Superior, which is quite close, from expansive and finely trimmed arched windows. Somehow the designer managed to incorporate nearly wall to wall windows on three sides with a feeling of comfortable coziness, highlighted by the wood stove in the main room. The kitchen is neat, with a gas range and a window above the sink overlooking the Lake. The bedroom has a lot of closet space, and a huge bed which was very comfortable. We slept like we were at home. The furniture is a bit sparse - a love seat and a couple of plush recliners came to mind as desirable as we were sitting in front of the fire - but the cushioned chairs provided were very comfortable. We had a pleasant evening campfire on a rock slab along the beach, and the stars were unbelievably distinct, particularly the Milky Way. We also were able to enjoy the sunrise and moonrise over the Lake which, along with the rolling waves - some days gentle, some days crashing into the rocks gloriously - was just what we had in mind when we considered staying here. We really did not want to leave, and actually spent some time looking at nearby properties which are for sale, because the location (near Horseshoe Bay) is so choice for those wishing to experience the fullness of Minnesota's North Shore environment."
    Guest: Bruce B. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 13, 2016
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  • A great "loon" experience

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our time at this beautiful home on Pickerel Bay. The view from the living room affords the opportunity to see beautiful sun rises and sunsets as well as loon and eagle watching. We woke up to loons every day and each evening we listened again as they called to each other to find their way "home". We saw a few eagles (or maybe it was the same one) over the course of our two week stay. Even watching the rain was enjoyable to us as we found it very relaxing. The water is so clear, we would sit on the dock and watch the fish. Hubby caught many bass, but the walleye seemed to stay in hiding. We ended up going to Pughole Lake and there he caught quite a few Northern Pike. We loved taking drives down the many dirt roads but found out that without 4-wheel drive it wouldn't be a good idea...and if the sign says "share the road" and there's a picture of a 4-wheeler, well, you may not want to venture down that road! lol We ate at Cedar Creek Grille and found the food wonderful, but mostly cooked at the cabin, either inside or on the gas grill. On rainy days we watched movies and took naps and did puzzles, but when we could, we were on the water! It was so nice having a dock as it would rain, then clear up and we could go for a paddle in the kayaks to watch the sun set...sigh...loved it! We paddled to Little Trout Lake one day and saw a Loon on her nest, then she dove into the water and we were able to see her swimming it was so clear. Another day we paddled to Trout Lake and we paddled to Bluewater Lake a couple of times. The water is a bluish green on Bluewater Lake and Little Trout...just like you're kayaking in an acquarium...can't say enough about it! We purchased wood from Greg up the road and had a bonfire one night and it got a little chilly another night so we actually had a fire in the fireplace, lol. All the accommodations were wonderful. I wonder, however, would you consider including the motor boat with the rental? :)"
    Guest: Naomi M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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