Waterfront cottage located within the private Tawas Beach Club. This wonderful cottage sleeps up to 9 people. During season, meals are served four days per week to all registered guests at the Tawas Beach Club Dining Hall. The property was recently updated and awaits your arrival. Contact Bob at (989)980-0562 for more information.
Keywords: East Tawas, Tawas Beach Club, Cottage, Lakefront, Tawas Bay, Lighthouse, Sandy Beach, Lake Huron, Tawas, Tawas City
What a lovely well maintained property. The location on Tawas Bay was marvelous. Just wish weather would have been warmer so we could have enjoyed the water more. We enjoyed our stay at the Tawas Beach Club very much. The home was perfect for our party of 4 grandparents, 2 parents and 2 grandbabies. Every one was so gracous and friendly at the Club House. Looking forward to staying at Tawas Beach Club again.
We had a wonderful vacation at this property. We five adults and two children enjoyed the beautiful Lake Huron setting and the comfortable accommodations. The dining hall was definitely a plus; the food was varied and good. The days the dining hall was closed, we made meals in our kitchen. We went out for dinner only once to try perch at a place one of the neighbors recommended. We fished. We swam. We rode bikes. We saw eagles and night skies full of stars. The only stress was the dress code at the dining hall, but we managed and it turned out not to be such a big deal. The owners were great.
Perfectly located for our needs, very comfortable...the feeling of being a guest in someone's home. Fabulous view of the lake. Deposit was returned without a problem, after I called. Owner requested my drivers license # and Social Security #. I'm not sure of the reason for this. I gave my drivers license #, but NOT my SS#. I would definitely stay here again.
We are so Thankful to our gracious, and helpful hosts for sharing their incredible cottage with us. We've been looking for the perfect up-north spot for years and this was something really special. Everything was clean and new, but still charming, and with a respect for the history of their unique, private community.
The beach was perfection. It has soft sand, with crystal clear, knee-high, water that goes waaaay out. It was ideal for our little kids, who loved jumping off of the dock and making sand castles.
The lay out of the house is great; spacious but feels cozy. The bedrooms were big, and well decorated with nice linens, and well spaced from each other for a little privacy. We loved the cute kids room with all of the beds and quilts upstairs. You felt like Peter Pan could have come flying through the window at any moment.
The amenities such as cable and wifi were much appreciated and worked perfectly. As much as we like to unplug on vacation, having internet so that my husband could do a little work, and cable to watch the Olympics was a must. The connection was so good he was able to do video conferences. After having to drive into town for wifi at previous cabins, this was nice to have.
The cabin is part of a historical association that provides meals in their clubhouse, and we loved hearing the old dinner bell ring. We all felt like we were at sleep-a-way camp. The meals were delicious and oh so convenient! It was great having meals taken care of. There was always something on the menu for everybody, with lots of desserts and ice cream cones to take down to the beach.
We were so busy, between the beach and the tennis courts, and the trails at the state park. Our daughter caught her first fish on Lake Solitude, we canoed down the Au Sable river, explored the Tawas Wine Festival, and we watched kite boarders out on the point. There's so much to do.
My only hesitation in writing a recommendation is that if they rent it again next summer it might fill up, and we'd lose a spot. It was fantastic!