Betula Cottage is located on the shores of Lake Charlevoix's beautiful south arm, this authentic cedar log cabin is the picture perfect northern Michigan cottage. Large pine trees shade this private setting only steps from the crystal clear fresh water of this famous lake. The sandy beach and sand bottom of the swimming area invite you to spend the lazy days of summer in the water.
Private dock has 6 feet of water depth at the end. Bring your boat! A large front deck has a gas grill, picnic table, lounge chairs ,round glass table and chairs for total outdoor living. Relax in the hammock strung between 2 large pines or sunbathe on the beach in total privacy.
The large living room is framed by a huge stone fire place built of native stone. Pine floors, cedar log walls and heavy wooden handmade doors complete the look. There is a queen size sofa sleeper, a second couch and numerous soft chairs to pull up in front of the fireplace.
The kitchen is complete in every way and has a breakfast bar that looks out on the lake through a picture window. The bunk room sleeps 4 in two bunk beds with a full size bed in the other bedroom with double closets. A shower, vanity and toilet in the bathroom completes the accommodations.
Keywords: Cabin, cottage
Our parents bought Betula Cottage in 1966 and it has been in our family since then. All four children grew up here in the summer and now we bring our children up each summer. We hope you will enjoy the cottage and the lake as much as we do. Welcome.
This beautiful cottage has been in our family for over 40 years. My father named it Betula Cottage after the beautiful white birches that grow on the property. Betula is the Latin name for birch. Betula is a very special place to us and has hosted many family reunions and memorable events. We rent it out to our friends, new and old when the family is not here. We hope you will become a part of our extended family as many have over the years. Welcome.
Swimming, boating, sunbathing, sightseeing, kayaking, canoeing, cycling, hiking.
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