Honor Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
Imagine spending your vacation in your very own beach cottage directly on beautiful the northern shore of Big Platte Lake. The cottage was completely remodeled in 2004 and can accommodate 4-5 guests. You'll have you own private deck literally steps from the lake itself and its sandy shoreline! You'll have access to the dock for hanging out, sunbathing, watching the sunset, whatever!
The Platte Lake Beach Cottage is located just 3 miles from the extraordinary Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore where you can enjoy hiking, biking, and the wonderful expanse of Lake Michigan. Take a kayak and float the length of our lake all the way down to Lake Michigan via the Platte River. Experience the thrill of native Bald Eagles and other wildlife outside your door. Fish for bass Bass, walleye and Salmon on the lake.
The cottage has 3 beds (1 queen, and 1 bunk bed (2 twin)), a full kitchen with refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, pots & pans, dishes, flatware and all the cooking utensils you'll need. You'll also be able to cook on the provided charcoal grill. Picnic table, deckchairs and lounger are provided.
Crystal Mountain Resort is just 15 miles away where you can experience the finest cross country and downhill skiing Northern Michigan has to offer. The also have an extraordinary spa in which to relax.
Traverse City is 25 miles away where you can experience excellent shopping and dining. In July, the Cherry Festival is in full swing, complete with an Air Show!
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- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
This is an extraordinary property located on the lake (lakefront) with exceptional opportunities for fishing, boating, wildlife viewing and many other activities! Our extended family has been vacationing in the area for generations and we've always loved it.