Gills Rock House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, sleeps 8
Visitors world-wide love this beautiful 3100 sq. ft. home on the shore of Green Bay. It is decorated with wonderful antiques, unusual stained glass, comfortable seating with views of Green Bay. There is a large dining room that seats 12 , large master bedroom with a whirlpool bath, fully stocked island kitchen, large sun room with 8 skylights, and sliding Anderson windows only partially describes the interior. Outside. Well, where does one begin. There is a 20ft. motorized awning off the sun room. Also, there are 3 decks facing the water, bar-b-que deck with gas and charcoal grills, spacious patios, gurgling water pond, outdoor fireplace with plenty of outdoor seating, picnic tables, pleasing landscaping with flowers and plants everywhere. Of course beautiful views of Green Bay, Plum and Washington Islands. Descend the one of a kind lighted spiral staircase to the lighted 70ft. pier (*Because of high water conditions of Lake Michigan we are not setting out the dock this year (2015). However there will be a deck with seating and access to Green Bay at waters edge), sit on a bench with a cup of coffee and watch the sun come up over Washington island. Relax!
The Cro's Nest life: Watch the ferry and fishing boats go by. Fish. There was a 12 lb. Walleye caught off of the pier. Take a walk on the quiet, beautiful Wisconsin Bay Road and nearby trails. Walk to Gills Rock: shops, marina, ferry to Washington Island, and the Shoreline restaurant.
Always remember: the Rat Race Stops Here!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
"This place is so magical. We traveled all around Door County and stayed in many different places and none of them stood out like yours did. All of the different gardens and seating places with views of the woods and lake made our visit at the "Cro's Nest" very special. Your collection of knick knacks and art from around the world makes a great conversation piece in every room. We look forward to visiting again."