Egg Harbor House Rental Photos and Description
Enjoy beautiful Door County and Larsen Log Cabin at all times of the year. Larsen Log Cabin built in 2005 rest on a beautiful wooded site in the heart of Egg Harbor.
To feel like you are vacationing in Door County, you need to be in the best part of Door County. The Door Peninsula is where it's at, and where we are at. The fun, the beauty, the water, the site seeing and all the activities surrounds you here at Larsen Log Cabin.
We are less than a minute away from the marina and beach, drop your boat in or go beaching at Village Park. Leave your car at the cabin; it's only a 5 minute walk into the village center where you can visit the Marina, Waterview Park, Village Park Beach, bakeries, grocery store, fine and casual dining, coffee shops, gift shops, parks, spas and saloons.
Enjoy all the activities to the extreme, from water skiing to cross country skiing and everything in between.
Wondering if Larsen Log Cabin is as nice as it sounds, don't worry it is....this is our pledge to you.
Paul and Mert Larsen
also see our additional VRBO property #427037, smaller clean newly remodeled home, rates are much less.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
- pets not allowed
I grew up in Baileys Harbor known as the quiet side of the Door County Peninsula. Graduated High School 1979 in Fish Creek. I still live in Baileys Harbor on the west side of Kangaroo Lake with my wife and 4 children. I became an electronics technician and own/operate Larsen TV Sales and Service since 1981. My wife has been in the Banking Business and Retail Management for over 20 years.
I was on a TV Service Call at a beautiful log home and told the customer how much I loved his log home and chinking. He brought me out to his barn where there was a complete unassembled 1861 school house stacked in logs on his floor. I bought it and moved it into the Village of Egg Harbor where I already owned a beautiful wooded piece of property.
We sand blasted all the debris off the logs and assembled this historic 1861 log home because I wanted to restore this part of history. The log portion of this home has become the dining room and living room and gives off so much charm and comfort. The rest of this over 2000 square foot home is stick built that we nicely blended in with the cabin.