|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Awake to the early morning breathtaking beachfront sunrises. Walk the sugar sand beaches of Lake Huron. Enjoy a late night beach fire. Bike the 13 mile bike path from Alabaster to the Tawas Bay Lighthouse. Kayak Lake Huron, canoe the Ausable, shop Newman Street for the wines of the Brew Krew and Windjammer, O'Connor's Pendletons,and the Village Chocolatier's nationally acclaimed chocolates or catch a flick at the Family Theater. Cook on your own gas grill - or order in fantastic food from Tawas Beach Grill. Fish, golf, or just laze on your own beach in front of The Cottage. Finish off the day watching the moon rise over Lake Huron. In the fall enjoy the beautiful Harvest Moons and the terrific fall color. Fully furnished. Ski in the winter. A bottle of wine or box of chocolates welcomes you on arrival.
I run a training business for the criminal justice field - police, judges, dispatch, and federal agents. Served in Peace Corps in Africa. Have traveled extensively.
Dr. Murlene mcKinnon purchased this cottage in 2008
I bought The Cottage because it is next to my home on Lake Huron and therefore easy to manage and deal with the needs of my clients. I also enjoy meeting new people and hearing their stories!
Staying at The Cottage in the Fall is a real treat. Enjoy a later night beach fire and watch the moon rise over the lake. In the winter cross country ski in the Lake Huron Forest on the Corsair trails. Sleep on a pillow top mattress and have the soothing waves of Lake Huron lull you to sleep. Sip a steaming cup of coffee or tea and watch the sun rise. This is a place to be really lazy - or indulge in as many activities as one pleases -- biking, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, reading, sunbathing, skiing, wine drinking, etc.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Sep 9 2014 - May 22 2015
3 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$89|
|Notes||Reservations made and 1/2 paid by April 1st receive a $100 break on the overall price. The rest is due upon arrival. For those who make reservations after April 1st - 1/2 payment due when reservation made. Other half due upon arrival.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.