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Enjoy Beautiful Door County And The Larsen Log Cabin At All times Of The Year!
Master bedroom has a California king and a Queen bed. Bedroom 2 has a Queen bed. Bedroom 3 has a Queen bed and the Den has a Queen bed. 4 queen beds 1 californian king bed
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
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.
Check in after 4:00 PM
Check out before 11:00 AM
Maximum overnight guests: 10
Minimum age to rent: 18
Children allowed: ages 0-17you can't vacation without kids, can you?
No pets allowed
Events allowed: birthday parties, family gatherings, weddingsMaximum event attendees: 10we have a fee, please ask.
No smoking allowedsorry, but you can smoke outside. no butts thrown
Larsen's polices are the rule. no exceptions. Paul Larsen makes all decisions regarding cancellations or other. No other entity manages my property!
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About Paul Larsen
I grew up in Baileys Harbor known as the quiet side of the Door County Peninsula. Graduated High School 1979 in Fish Creek. I still live in Baileys Harbor on the west side of Kangaroo Lake with my wife and 4 children. I became an electronics technician and own/operate Larsen TV Sales and Service since 1981. My wife has been in the Banking Business and Retail Management for over 20 years.
Paul Larsen purchased this House in 2005
Why Paul Larsen chose Egg Harbor
I was on a TV Service Call at a beautiful log home and told the customer how much I loved his log home and chinking. He brought me out to his barn where there was a complete unassembled 1861 school house stacked in logs on his floor. I bought it and moved it into the Village of Egg Harbor where I already owned a beautiful wooded piece of property.
What makes this House unique
We sand blasted all the debris off the logs and assembled this historic 1861 log home because I wanted to restore this part of history. The log portion of this home has become the dining room and living room and gives off so much charm and comfort. The rest of this over 2000 square foot home is stick built that we nicely blended in with the cabin.