Traverse City Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Authentic 3+BR 1BA Log Cabin in Traverse City and close to Interlochen Arts
Close To Interlochen Music Camp and only 10 minutes to downtown Traverse City.
Enjoy our beautifully restored, authentic, log home on 65 feet of private lake frontage on the 'quiet side' of Silver Lake. Decorated with treasures from the family farm, the cabin is cozy and quaint with hardwood floors throughout, handcrafted log, hickory and pine furnishings, maple cabinets, and ceramic tile. Located just 10 minutes south of Traverse City, this great vacation getaway is located just a short drive from the following Michigan cities, Leland, Glen Arbor, Lake Lelanau, Suttons Bay, Omena, Northport, Frankfort, Beulah, Grawn, Chums Corner, Old Mission Pennisula, Acme, Elk Rapids, Grand Traverse Bay, Alden, Bellaire, Grand Traverse Resort and Golf Club, The Crown Golf Course, The Bear Golf Course, High Pointe Golf Club, Kings Challenge Golf Course, Grandview Golf Club, Wineries, Bel Lago, Black Star Farms, Bowers Harbor Vineyard, Chateau Chantel, Chateau De Leland, Chateau Fontaine, Chateau Grand Traverse
Amenities: The kitchen/dining area is bright and cheery with nice appliances. It is well stocked with all the pots and pans and dishes you will need, including a coffee pot. There is a beautiful handmade hickory table with leaves to accommodate up to eight and two bar stools. In the living room is a Vermont Castings gas stove with a glass front for those evenings when you want to sit by the fire.
Sleeps 9: The cabin, with its original logs and chinking throughout, sleeps up to nine people. The sleeping arrangements are: two queen bedrooms, twin cedar log bunk beds and a twin sleeper sofa in the bunkroom (the bunkroom is not air conditioned but has many windows to enjoy the nice breeze from the lake). There is also a queen sleeper sofa in the living room. All linens and towels are provided.
For the angler, enjoy good fishing. Bass, bluegill, perch, pike, sunfish, and walleye. We provide an aluminum boat with oars (not to be used with a motor) , or you can rent the pontoon boat. There is a lakeside deck with patio furniture and a charcoal grill for outdoor eating where you can enjoy the spectacular sunsets after dinner. Enjoy the sandy beach and fire pit. Firewood is available at several nearby roadside stands or the campground at the south end of the lake.
Activities: We know you will enjoy your stay in what we like to call 'our little treasure.' Be sure to book the pontoon boat to enjoy the scenic cruises around Silver Lake. You will want to include a trip to the quaint fish town of Leland, the Lake Michigan Shoreline and Sand Dunes as well as a trip out the Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas and experience the beauty of Northern Michigan.
The cabin is located in Traverse City, Michigan, with direct frontage on Silver Lake. Downtown Traverse City is just 10 min., Interlochen Arts Academy is 10 min., Beach Bums baseball stadium is 2 min., and The Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes is 45 min. There are many festivals beginning with the National Cherry Festival, The Film Festival, Horse Show by the Bay, and the Northwest Michigan Fair. There are also many wineries to tour in the region and numerous local restaurants. It is located just a short drive from several area towns like Suttons Bay, Northport, Leland, Lake Leelanau, Glen Arbor, Empire & Elk Rapids.
NOTICE: For your protection and security please call me (Emily) cell # 407-455-0281 to confirm your reservation before sending money to my address in North Carolina. Thanks, Emily
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a great time on Silver Lake. The cabin was very cozy and we liked the backyard. We liked going to the sand dunes, visiting the towns and boating on the lake. Everything was nearby too. Thanks for making your house perfect for our vacation!
Kurt & Emily Your Hosts
We love to travel and have done so extensively with our two children. We have logged over 20,000 miles in our RV while taking our children to all fifty states. Even though we now we live in Black Mountain North Carolina, Traverse City is still considered one of the most beautiful places in the country in our book. We always look forward to spending time at the cabin because it is such a cozy and peaceful place.
As a native of Traverse City, I grew up enjoying the lakes around the area. I was thrilled when Kurt and I had the chance to buy this log cabin. We worked hard to update it by adding modern amenities without losing the character and charm and that 'up-north' feel. It is just ten minutes to downtown Traverse City, yet you feel like you are away from it all. Traverse City offers such a great quality of life along with many wonderful local shops and restaurants to enjoy.
Our favorite thing to do during our stay at the cabin is pack up a picnic lunch and take a cruise around the lake on the pontoon boat. With the boat conveniently docked at the private sandy beach, there is little effort to enjoying the beauty of Silver Lake. This pristine, all sports lake, is the closest lake to Traverse City with easy access to everything. Our evenings usually consist of cooking delicious steaks from our family market, Burritt's Fresh Market while watching the fabulous sunsets. We always end the evening with a campfire next to the lake listening to the frogs and loons. Life doesn't get any better than that!