Quiet Seclusion for 8-10. 3 adult BR's, 3 child "bunk" BR's, 1 single, 1.5 Baths
PLEASE read the BR description carefully. THANK YOU! Due to the beds & BR configuration, the cabin is most suited for 5-6 adults & a maximum of 5-6 children. 10 total guests is the family preference, both for your comfort & impact on cabin's historic features. All rooms except Pop's are on the 2nd floor. The 2 queen rooms, Grandma's & Wing, are suited for adults. The single connects to the Wing queen (each has its own access) and is most often used as a young child's room. It can accommodate a small crib. The Pop's double on the first floor is favored by grandparents. The remaining 3 "bunk" rooms are off a covered exterior balcony (see photos) accessible by both interior & exterior stairs. The rooms are divided by about 9' high walls which do NOT extend to the sloping log & plank roof. They lack the privacy an adult may wish. 2 have double bunks & 1 a double. The beds are intended for 1 person each. Only the single room can accommodate a portable child's crib or pack'n'play.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 60 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Wonderful for well behaved children.Wonderful for well behaved children.
No pets - We thank you & appreciate your understanding.We thank you & appreciate your understanding.
No smoking - We maintain smoke-free premisesWe maintain smoke-free premises
Max guests: 10 (sleeps up to 6 adults) - 5-6 adults, 5-6 kids. read room description. 5-6 adults, 5-6 kids. read room description.
Minimum age of primary renter: 35
Visit the National Park Headquarters in nearby Empire. Walks in natural areas abound: Alligator Hill in the shade of the trees & glorious views over the lakes, Pyramid Point & a vista over Lake Michigan to the Manitou Islands. Trek the dunes or marked paths through the wetlands, bogs & meadows, an area rich in flora, fauna & migrating birds. Learn about life saving & boats at the Sleeping Bear Point Coast Guard Station & Maritime Museum. Follow the Pierce Stocking Drive by bike or car for fabulous sunset views. Kayak, canoe the Crystal River to the Homestead, fish in the lakes or charter a boat from Fishtown in Leland, windsurf, sail. Ride bikes, play tennis or golf, walk in the sand on the Lake MI shoreline, take an art class at the Glen Arbor Art Assoc. Visit the shops & art galleries in Glen Arbor, Empire, Leland & Suttons Bay. Eat at a variety of local establishments.
Other Activities: Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
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About Ann - Member since 2000
We are some of the grandchildren (in our youth) who own, manage and vacation at this wonderful log cabin built by our grandparents.
Why Ann - Member since 2000 chose Glen Arbor
Our grandparents visited this area to fish in the 1910's and made the great decision to build this log cabin and make it their home for a large part of the year. Our parents, we, our children & theirs have made a seasonal sojourn ever since because there is so much the area has to offer.