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Recent Door County reviews

  • Great vacation!

    "Beautiful place, great location!"
    Guest: Colleen P. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 7, 2016
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  • We had a fun-filled, action packed family vacation.

    "We come up to Door County every summer to watch my father compete in the triathlon. It has turned into an annual, family reunion. This was by far the nicest place we've stayed. This year, we went to Cana Island, PC Junction, a fish boil, the Gilles Rock Maritime Museum and more! Staying at Eames Farm was such a treat. My son loved the bunk-beds and walking down the hill into town. My husband and I appreciated all of the amenities and the convenient location. We loved watching the sunset over the lake. Thanks for sharing your home with us."
    Guest: Cindy M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 3, 2016
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  • Loved, loved, loved!

    "What a beautiful log home! Our family has always loved the outdoors, so we were looking for something private and nestled in the woods. This place did not disappoint. It really went above and beyond our expectations. Beautiful landscaping and a very well maintained and clean interior. We would definitely come back. The location was close enough to drive to other towns, but when we came back, we had complete privacy. Every night was spent around the fire pit roasting marshmallows, talking and laughing. It's just a great place to unwind and have some R&R. This truly is a piece of heaven nestled in the woods."
    Guest: carl m. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 10, 2016
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  • Absolutely everything we wanted - plus pelicans!

    "Six of us - two grandparents, two parents, and two primary-age children - spent a happy week here at the end of June. The privacy of the place, the beauty of the lake, and the comfort of the cabin were all much treasured. We saw deer, foxes, pelicans, terns, wild turkey, pheasant, raccoons, and seagulls. What a delight to be in an environment that hasn’t been poisoned by toxic chemicals. Yes, there are a few spiders on the deck - as another guest has noted. One goes out in the morning and sweeps down the webs. No big deal. The cabin smelled fresh - no musty odors. We found generous supplies of toilet paper and paper towels in the kitchen closet, as well as clean towels and extra blankets in the two linen closets. Cooking gear and dishes were also generously supplied. A couple of fix-it problems came up and the housekeeper worked with us to resolve them. As I am disabled, I was happy to have a main-floor bedroom and bathroom with a walk-in shower. I was also delighted to have an Ekornes Stressless chair on hand - that’s where I spent most of the week. The beach at the cabin is rocky and the charming Liberty Grove Town Park - maybe a 10-minute walk - has a sandy beach. We found a trail from the south end of Nor-Dor Road that led down into Newport State Park, with more wonderful rocky beaches. Additional local attractions: the Shoreline Restaurant, Charlie’s Smokehouse, and the coffee shop, all in in Gills Rock; the Pioneer Store in Ellison Bay; Seaquist Orchards and the Door County Creamery in Sister Bay; the Ridges Nature Sanctuary in Bailey’s Harbor. This cabin has a unique history. We enjoyed reading stories in the guest book about its past years. It’s not perfect - no summer rental is perfect - but we found much to love and we’d go back in a minute."
    Guest: Pamela S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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