This two-bedroom cottage (trundle daybed in the second bedroom and a king in the master) a little more than a block off of the lake is nothing fancy but perfect for a couple or small family. The street actually dead-ends into a boat launch and the adjacent Red Dock bar. They had good live music and a friendly crowd on the Sunday night we arrived. Also, between the Red Dock and the house is a new(ish) tasting room/wine shop/art gallery called Petter Wine Gallery where we got a short wine lesson (including some local Michigan wines) and a couple of really nice glasses of some tasty French varietal I'd never heard (though I mostly drink beer so take my opinion for what it's worth). We also carried the kayaks from the garage down to the lake one day and paddled across Kalamazoo Lake and up the river to Lake Michigan and the beautiful beach for an afternoon of swimming and people-watching. The house is a two-block walk to the restaurants and shops of Douglas. Everyday People Cafe has a nice, shady patio out back and great food. It's also an easy bike ride or quick drive to Saugatuck's art galleries and ice cream parlors. The house itself was a typical summer cottage with a little bit of a Zen theme going on. Slightly worn furniture, lumpy pillows and hot water that needs to be rationed a little were my only complaints. To me, any of those things are at least a possibility when renting a Michigan summer house and not paying an arm and a leg. The owner, Ronel, was attentive and a pleasure to deal with. The place is clean, fairly priced and perfectly located. We'll likely rent here again.