If you like spacious old farmhouses with front and back porches, that have a history and are loaded with charm, then this is the getaway for you. I had family and friends coming and going all week and there was plenty of room for everyone. One couple brought their travel trailer and there was no problem parking it. The farm is located in a beautiful rural setting but close to all the things you might want to do or see in the Traverse City/Lake Ann area. There is horseback riding, golfing, fishing, swimming, jet-skiing, walking, biking, shopping, eating out--all close by. We saw horses, cows, deer, buffalo (bison?), and yaks. We visited Sleeping Bear Dunes, Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive which overlooks Lake Michigan, Frankfort, Empire, Interlochen, Grawn, Buckley and Traverse City. We enjoyed food from the Stone Oven--including fish and
pizza--in Lake Ann, went to the famous beef restaurant, Boone's; and you must go to Moomer's for ice cream.
The farmhouse is very clean, comfy, and fully outfitted with everything one could possibly need or want. Just bring your clothing and groceries. If you miss television, there is cable; need the internet? It's there. Even had great cell phone reception. Have laundry? Washer and dryer ready to use. Cook outside? Both charcoal and gas grills. The owners, Jean and Phillip, are friendly, accomodating, wonderful people--invite them to your bonfire in the fire pit. We had two dogs visiting and they had a great time too. One day I baked cookies--just like home. I've recommended the farmhouse to friends and my family is already planning to return next summer. Can't say enough about the comfort, hospitality, the whole package. Oh, and you'll love the sunsets!