Mullett Lake Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Lakeshore Cottage on Mullett Lake with OUTDOOR HOT TUB w/kayaks & paddleboat.
This charming stone and cedar lakeshore get away has a long history in the village of Topinabee and the shore of Mullett Lake. This adorable 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage has it's own private frontage on Mullett Lake and the 'famous inland waterway'. This cottage literally is on the shore of Mullett. All you see is endless water!
The Inland Waterway is Michigan's longest chain of rivers and lakes and this cottage is right at the heart of it all! The Inland Waterway runs through Pickerel Lake, Crooked Lake, The Crooked River, Burt Lake, The Indian River, Mullett Lake, The Cheboygan River, and finally into Lake Huron. The Inland Waterway can handle boats up to 65 feet long (18 foot beam) with up to a 5 foot draft. There are 17 species of fish inhabit the waterway whether ice fishing for walleye, spring steelhead, summer perch, trout, bass, or downrigging for salmon in the Great Lakes, this area has it all.
For fun by land, enjoy the North Central State Trail, a beautiful 62 mile hiking, biking and snowmobiling trail, which passes through Indian River as it connects Gaylord to Mackinaw City. Up for ORVing, Motorcycling or snowmobiling; check out Tomahawk Trails which provides miles of scenic wilderness. Hunt, fish and play in 180,000+ acres of State Land including the Mackinaw State Forest and lovely Pigeon River Country State Forest, home to Michigan’s only free ranging Elk Herd, the largest herd east of the Mississippi. Don't forget to visit the world’s tallest wooden Crucifix at Cross in the Woods, in Indian River, 10 min from cottage.
Truly Nature’s Mecca, this cottage offers you the ideal location to boat, fish, hunt, camp, bike, golf, kayak, canoe, raft, tube, sail, snowmobile, ORV, Motorcycle, ski, bird watch, mushroom hunt, hike, skate, dine, and shop. By water or by land, quiet sport or motor, fun with nature is certain with so many activities available to you.
Cottage is supplied with everything you will need except food and drink. Town for groceries very close. Kitchen has everything from pots and pans to dishes, utensils. Kitchen has stove, refrigerator microwave and dishwasher. Cottage is set up as Home away from Home!
Bonus: Full size washer and dryer also!
This cottage is all knotty pine on the inside. Ceiling fans in Kitchen and master bedroom. This cottage is a 'Gemstone ofTopinabee' Natural wood fireplace in dining/kitchen area.
Patio set and propane grill on deck. Firepit on property.
Cottage has log furniture. Master bedroom has queen bed. 2nd bedroom has a bunkbed with double bed on bottom and single bed on top.
Pullout queen sofabed. Very nice cottage!!
Cottage has one long dock for any guests who bring a boat.This cottage is great for small families or romantic getaways.
Attention: SNOWMOBILERS, BIKERS, HIKERS:
Behind cottage is the trail! Cottage is easy on and off I-75
Boat launch very close to cottage.
Mullett Lake has perch, bass, walleye, 17 species of fish in all which inhabit the waterway
Crystal clear water. Close to town, library, restaurants/cafes. Bike path behind home which actually goes from Gaylord to Mackinac!
Bring your bikes!
If you want to see more pictures, just let me know; I would be happy to email them to you.
Located on a dead end private road; very quiet and secluded. No full time neighbors anywhere in sight!!!
You must be over the age of 21 to rent this cottage.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
My husband and I along with our daughter, Nicole, live in Gaylord which is only 40 min south of Mullett but we needed a place to escape sine we moved into our vacation home to get us out of the city (we used to live outside of Detroit, needless to say more) We LOVE, LOVE, LOVE our cottage.
Because of the views and the Famous Inland Waterway and
cottage is on the biking, hiking, snowmobile trail.
The best of both worlds all in one!
Cottage is literally on the shore of Mullett. You sit so close to the shore, you feel as though you are on a boat.
Hearing the waves roll off the rock is the most soothing