Glen Arbor Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-5)
Ground Floor condominium with direct access to Lake Michigan sugar sand beach. The unit is located at the southern most area of The Homestead Resort. Expansive sliding glass doors overlook Sleeping Bear Bay and the Manitou Islands. The master suite contains a a queen bed and attached oversized bath. The guest room also is configured with a queen bed. A full kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator with icemaker, a large dining room and convenient laundry room is included. Ceiling fans are in both bedrooms and living room providing great ventilation, but to maximize comfort our unit has air conditioning. It is one of the few that has this amenity.
During the busy summer months, a Sunday to Sunday schedule is maintained.
Recent guests have used words such as 'perfect', 'inspirational', and 'awesome' to describe their vacation experience at our condo. ABC'S Good Morning America voted the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore 'The Most Beautiful Place in America!' Our condo looks directly out at Sleeping Bear Bay and the sand dunes. Glen Arbor and nearby towns of Leland, Suttons Bay, and Northport offer excellent dining and shopping opportunities. The pristine Crystal River is at your backdoor and the majestic Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore surrounds the area with unbelievable and breathtaking views.
Stay a few days or a few weeks - you will not be disappointed.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Currently residing in Franklin, Tennessee my wife and I enjoy returning to Glen Arbor several weeks each year. The area is protected by the surrounding Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore and offers a multitude of outdoor attractions. We enjoy the nearby golf courses, a bike ride, or simply relaxing on the beach. Lately, we've added boating on Glen Lake as well as sailing on Grand Traverse Bay.
The Lake Michigan shoreline has always been the main reason why we purchased this particular condominium.
In addition to all of the outdoor activities, the changing of the seasons, including the solitude of winter, has been a source of stress relief. Nature, with all of its power, makes your daily life a little more meaningful.