Our cottage is currently booked for the entire 2015 summer season. We are currently doing some major updates and improvement. We are confident our return and new guests will thoroughly enjoy and appreciate these improvements in the 2016 summer season. please feel free to email an inquiry for 2016 but please know we will not have a schedule for return guests till the first of the year. Please check out another property we manage http://www.vrbo.com/218560...Thanks you all so much for years of renting and appreciating our wonderful cottage...
Our cottage has been in the family since our grandparents had it built in 1929. It is a quiet break from the modern bustle. The heat comes from a large brick fireplace. The entertainment comes from the lake, and the enjoyment comes from you, your family and friends. Amenities include: a canoe and kayaks for guests to use. A 75' long dock with 20' X 8' platform and 4' wide stairs at the end. Crystal clear water with all sand bottom. The world's best swimming, boating, sailing, and fishing. Screened porch facing the lake. Big fireplace in the living room. A charcoal Webber grill. Lots of books and board games for rainy days. There is no central heat or air conditioning and no Wi-Fi or TV. The cottage is on 2.5 acres of mature woodland with lots of privacy. A truly unique get-away!
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Our cottage is family-managed. Four siblings now own this cottage, two of whom live in Leland.
Gene Miller purchased this cottage in 1929
North Lake Leelanau is the best inland lake ever!!!! Best swimming, sand bottom, best fishing, best waterskiing, best sailing, cleanest water......and if you wish a big lake experience on Lake Michigan, it is only half a mile to the nearest public access...
It is a great break from the constant demands of the wired world. Great dock and lake access. Safe mooring for power or sail boats up to 25 feet.