PRIVACY, LAKE FRONT, ALL MEALS, LOVELY COTTAGE, PERFECT FOR FAMILIES

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Carl Geupel & Ava Geupel

Speaks english
Sleeps10
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms2
Half Baths1
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 4 - 6 nights

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PRIVACY, LAKE FRONT, ALL MEALS, LOVELY COTTAGE, PERFECT FOR FAMILIES

Higgins Lake Cottage Rental Photos and Description

4-BR 2.5-Bath, cathedral-ceiling cottage; dock, lido, deck @shore, sleeps 8+

Exquisite old cottage, modern fit-up, no cooking, views!

This beautiful, old, renovated, stick-style cottage is at the end of a long, private driveway off a one-lane, private dirt-road winding through old-growth forest with monarch trees. There's nothing but woods and private paths behind it. It overlooks clear and sandy Higgins Lake, rated 'the Sixth Most Beautiful Lake in the World'. It's 82 feet of lake-frontage includes a private dock and lido on the lake, down some stairs from an overlooking private deck, steps away from the large front-porch.

The cottage is part of a private Association of twenty cottages, which provides meals at a table reserved for your family in a common Dining Hall -a five-minute walk through the woods. It's perfect for families, as all cooking and clean-up [except Weds. dinners] is provided from June 20 to Aug. 23, so staying here is a true vacation for EVERYONE in the family. [Note: Association rules require that residents MUST pay for all meals in the buffet-style Dining Hall between June 20 and Aug. 23. Rates are $33/day for adults, less for kids under 13 and free under 5.]

During the high-season there is a 6-night minimum (we encourage Saturday-Sunday!). During the off-season there is only a 4-night minimum.

The lake is clear and, on this side, shallow with great water for swimming, canoeing, sailing and all water sports. Features of Higgins Lake include an island, drop-offs, springs, sunken islands, a swimming raft [owned by the cottage Association], and the mysterious 'square anchor'. Not far around the shore is a marina, where you can rent motorboats, windsurfers, tubes, kayaks, and all sorts of water toys.

With no traffic, kids run free [supervised near the lake, please] and quickly make friends with lake-side neighbors they meet eating in the Dining Hall.

The cottage features a beautiful, two-story Living Room [the heart of the cottage] with a lakestone-lined fireplace and large Screen Porch, both facing the lake. [See photos.]

The view is even better from a large, two-level Private Deck right over the lake on a bluff, a few steps from the Screen Porch. A stairway down from the deck leads to a private sunbathing area [the Lido] and a private dock where you can swim, nap, and attach boats. [Boats should be moored at anchors off the dock, when not in use.]

A yard next to the cottage has a many Adirondack chairs and a pad for the outdoor ping-pong table.

A renovated Kitchen with granite counters and new dishes, coffee-equipment, kitchen-tools, and appliances including a dishwasher is open to one side of the Living Room. However, you won't cook much, as you'll enjoy the great food in the Dining Hall [from June through August].

Three Bedrooms are on the first floor: [1] a Master Suite with king-size bed and a private Bath with shower and two sinks in granite counters; [2] a back Bedroom with two queen beds and a sink [can sleep four adults in a pinch]; and [3] a small Bedroom with a queen bed and a separate entrance to the Porch. A second Bathroom with a claw-foot tub, a shower and two sinks in granite is off the first floor hall, as is a laundry closet with a new washer and dryer.

The second floor is reached from an indoor balcony overlooking the Living Room [and the lake]. Its glass door leads to a knotty-pine Bunk Room with four built-in bunks, which appeal to smaller teenagers and kids [but are short for all but the smallest adults]. The Bunk Room has its own half-bath.

In addition to the buffet meals and a swimming raft, the twenty-cottage Association has a tennis court you can use for free and extensive bird-watching and single-track biking/hiking trails, which you can ride through the endless woods, if you bring or rent bikes.

This cottage does not have a TV or a land-line phone. [Recent guests have used their cell phones.] A cable connection provides free, password-protected WIFI.

Nearby activities off the lake include fishing, canoeing and tubing on the calm and beautiful Au Sable River [Rentals available at liveries, or bring your own craft.] and spectacular golf at Forest Dunes, Golf Magazine's No. 2 Public-Access Course in Michigan. Guided bird-watching tours leave regularly from Grayling and almost always spot North America's most endangered warbler, rarely seen [except by those in the know, in this part of Michigan], the very rare Kirtland's Warbler.

Google an aerial photograph to see Higgins Lake in its splendor. The cottage is on the north shore, the least developed and most secluded part of the lake. See the photos.

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Suitability:
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • wheelchair inaccessible
  • pets not allowed

Carl Geupel & Ava Geupel

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My brothers and I grew up in Indiana but return to this cottage almost every summer, and some winters, too. Like my brothers and cousins, I now travel further to come back here every year with my wife and son, from Massachusetts, in our case.

Carl Geupel & Ava Geupel purchased this cottage in 1949

My grandmother began visiting cottages at this part of Higgins Lake in the 1930's; my grandfather bought this cottage in the '40's; and I started coming in the 50's. Everyone who comes wants to come back; it's very special, private and yet part of a community.

My sister-in-law renovated its interior to a very high level a couple of years ago, but retained its backwoods character. It's nothing like a typical suburban house and has almost no artificial surfaces. Please look at the photos; it's not like home.

The Dining Hall, where all meals [except Weds. dinner] are served, makes this spot a great vacation for families: all your time on the beautiful lake; no shopping, cooking or clean up.

The private, single-lane, unpaved road with no traffic means kids run free. They'll meet new friends in the Dining Hall.

Sleeps10
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms2
Half Baths1
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 4 - 6 nights

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Property Reviews

Privacy, lake front, all meals, lovely cottage, perfect for families
average rating of 5.0 based on 7 reviews
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Privacy, lake front, all meals, lovely cottage, perfect for families
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Higgins Lake Northern Michigan
Dublin, OH
5

Great Family Vacation!

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Jan 14, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2013
My family of five has vacationed here for several summers. Each year we are eager to return. This well-equipped lakefront cottage is very comfortable and welcoming. Beautiful view with great access to the dock and lake. There is plenty of outdoor activities to keep my tween-teenage children busy - swimming, kayaking, ping pong, and more. The screened in porch with rocking chairs is a great place to spend the evenings. Great communication and response time with the owners.
Recommended for:  Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: We're very pleased to have a good review from our longest-repeating guest. We'd like to find more families who come back every year; it's that kind of community on this part of Higgins Lake.

This gives us a record of a five-star review from every guest who's stayed.
Thank you.
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Privacy, lake front, all meals, lovely cottage, perfect for families
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Higgins Lake Northern Michigan
Bloomfield
5

Really enjoyed the stay, would go back!

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Dec 5, 2013
  • Stayed: Aug 2013
Really enjoyable stay and really great Cabin. We felt very comfortable inside the wood cabin. It was a perfect mix of cabin feel and comfortable accommodations. Good space around the cabin, wonderful access to the lake with a good dock.
Helpful votes: 1/1
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Privacy, lake front, all meals, lovely cottage, perfect for families
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Higgins Lake Northern Michigan
Dewitt, Michigan
5

Beautiful House and View!

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Sep 24, 2013
  • Stayed: Aug 2013
A beautiful house with a beautiful view! Kitchen was well stocked, which was needed since we stayed after the dining hall was closed for the season. Bathrooms were very clean and modern and all bedrooms were tastefully decorated. We especially loved the rockers on the screened in porch. Communication with the owner was very good and our needs that came up while we were there were taken care of. Our family enjoyed our vacation at Higgins Lakes and would definitely stay at this property again.
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: We're very glad the cottage suited your extended family, and we're glad to have guests for the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.
Nonetheless, I'd encourage you to try staying for a week in season, one summer, between late June and late August. You'd enjoy the buffet food in the Dining Hall and you'd love not shopping and cooking, I'll bet.
Thank you for your review.
Helpful votes: 2/2
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Higgins Lake Northern Michigan
Louisville KY
5

68 yr.renter

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Jul 17, 2013
  • Stayed: Jul 2013
Hello Eric.
We have just concluded our rental period at the Cottage. I will give you the pros and a few cons as helpful suggestions.
Cons: 1. The deck above, and sections of the Dock need attention. A chair leg punctured a board as one of our group sat on the deck. Nothing else happened, but that board and one other visibly need replacing. Suggest a close review of all deck surface boards to be sure they are solid. Supports look strong and in good shape. the middle section of the dock where it widens at the end needs some inspection. There was some "give" in that area. The ladder into the lake needs inspection as the rail is loose and it seems to tilt left to right.
2. The password on to the internet needs to be displayed. Usually folks need to get on to check important messages or to write checks or transfer money as in our case. Our problem turned out to be an unplugged modem and a unknown password. These are easy to fix.
3. While I chose not to watch TV on vacation, some in our party would like to do so particularly around evening news time. A small HD capable set would be inexpensive to provide and the service is already there. This deserves consideration.
4. another more" sit-able" sofa in the living room would be nice particularly if a TV was provided. This may sound "picky", but several folks mentioned it.
Pros:
1. the House is in beautiful shape- the improvements are wonderful and show a lot of thought and dedication to a first class remodeling job. Congratulations !
2. Beds were comfortable and furnishings were very nice.
The Kitchen was wonderful and very well equipped. The bathrooms were the same- we wanted for nothing.
3.Chairs on the cottage porch are fabulous! A friend here has the same ones on an outdoor patio, and I want some for a screened porch we have on our house. We still had a beach chair shortage and the ones we used midweek left when more family showed up at the big cottage.
4.
We were able to use Howie's mooring and beyond that, Jane Hoey's This may be a problem for other renters. An off dock mooring would be nice. I don't trust mooring our boat by anchor -it is not super heavy, but I have no experience in mooring out as it is on a trailer most of the time.
5. In short I know it is easy to spend someone else's money. We were very happy this year and would like to rent again next year. I will be in touch early on.
Thanks for playing a great part in a much enjoyed vacation. Sincerely, Joe Speiden
Recommended for:  Families with Teenagers, People with Disabilities
Owner's Response: Joe - It's good to have a five-star review from a family who has rented the cottage several summers, and we're glad you appreciate the improvements.
We've repaired the deck-board that was punctured and some others that were weak, and made the step more visible.
I will make sure all tenants have the WIFI password before they arrive, but sometimes these systems go down and need rebooting, despite careful use.
We'll probably go the other way on TV. [Most guests seem to want to get away from such entertainment when they come here.] Last summer, we offered to make cable service available to any guests who wanted it and brought a TV set [Every guest last summer drove, all from Michigan and neighboring states, rather than flew, so bringing a TV would not have been difficult.] Not one took us up on the offer. Some watched important [to them] sports events on their laptops.
We've added a large, second sofa to the living room -this one facing the lake through the picture window [but no a TV]. It fits the character of the cottage.

You should find enough beach chairs next year; we've bought some more.

We've decided to continue to ask guests who bring boats to bring their own moorings -anchors and buoys. We don't know how heavy a boat a guest might bring, and if a big boat broke loose from an undersized mooring on a windy day, there could be damage.

We look forward to your return and thank you for the review.

p.s. We disagree with this guest that this cottage is well-suited for people with disabilities. Potential guests need to know that there is a fairly long stair down to the lake from the deck [see photos], and a five-minute walk, on a woodlands path, to the Dining Hall between late June and late August.
Helpful votes: 3/3
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Privacy, lake front, all meals, lovely cottage, perfect for families
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Higgins Lake Northern Michigan
Louisville KY
5

68 yr.renter

  • 5 of 5
  • Submitted: Jul 17, 2013
  • Stayed: Jul 2013
Hello Eric.
We have just concluded our rental period at the Cottage. I will give you the pros and a few cons as helpful suggestions.
Cons: 1. The deck above, and sections of the Dock need attention. A chair leg punctured a board as one of our group sat on the deck. Nothing else happened, but that board and one other visibly need replacing. Suggest a close review of all deck surface boards to be sure they are solid. Supports look strong and in good shape. the middle section of the dock where it widens at the end needs some inspection. There was some "give" in that area. The ladder into the lake needs inspection as the rail is loose and it seems to tilt left to right.
2. The password on to the internet needs to be displayed. Usually folks need to get on to check important messages or to write checks or transfer money as in our case. Our problem turned out to be an unplugged modem and a unknown password. These are easy to fix.
3. While I chose not to watch TV on vacation, some in our party would like to do so particularly around evening news time. A small HD capable set would be inexpensive to provide and the service is already there. This deserves consideration.
4. another more" sit-able" sofa in the living room would be nice particularly if a TV was provided. This may sound "picky", but several folks mentioned it.
Pros:
1. the House is in beautiful shape- the improvements are wonderful and show a lot of thought and dedication to a first class remodeling job. Congratulations !
2. Beds were comfortable and furnishings were very nice.
The Kitchen was wonderful and very well equipped. The bathrooms were the same- we wanted for nothing.
3.Chairs on the cottage porch are fabulous! A friend here has the same ones on an outdoor patio, and I want some for a screened porch we have on our house. We still had a beach chair shortage and the ones we used midweek left when more family showed up at the big cottage.
4.
We were able to use Howie's mooring and beyond that, Jane Hoey's This may be a problem for other renters. An off dock mooring would be nice. I don't trust mooring our boat by anchor -it is not super heavy, but I have no experience in mooring out as it is on a trailer most of the time.
5. In short I know it is easy to spend someone else's money. We were very happy this year and would like to rent again next year. I will be in touch early on.
Thanks for playing a great part in a much enjoyed vacation. Sincerely, Joe Speiden
Recommended for:  Families with Teenagers, People with Disabilities
Owner's Response: Joe - It's good to have a five-star review from a family who has rented the cottage several summers, and we're glad you appreciate the improvements.
We've repaired the deck-board that was punctured and some others that were weak, and made the step more visible.
I will make sure all tenants have the WIFI password before they arrive, but sometimes these systems go down and need rebooting, despite careful use.
We'll probably go the other way on TV. [Most guests seem to want to get away from such entertainment when they come here.] Last summer, we offered to make cable service available to any guests who wanted it and brought a TV set [Every guest last summer drove, all from Michigan and neighboring states, rather than flew, so bringing a TV would not have been difficult.] Not one took us up on the offer. Some watched important [to them] sports events on their laptops.
We've added a large, second sofa to the living room -this one facing the lake through the picture window [but no a TV]. It fits the character of the cottage.

You should find enough beach chairs next year; we've bought some more.

We've decided to continue to ask guests who bring boats to bring their own moorings -anchors and buoys. We don't know how heavy a boat a guest might bring, and if a big boat broke loose from an undersized mooring on a windy day, there could be damage.

We look forward to your return and thank you for the review.

p.s. We disagree with this guest that this cottage is well-suited for people with disabilities. Potential guests need to know that there is a fairly long stair down to the lake from the deck [see photos], and a five-minute walk, on a woodlands path, to the Dining Hall between late June and late August.
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Nearest Airport
70 Miles
Traverse City & Tri-city/Saginaw/Midland/Bay City
Nearest Ferry
130 Miles
Luddington, MI
Nearest Train
200 Miles
Detroit?
Nearest Motorway
4 Miles
I-75
Nearest Beach
75 Metres
private, on the property
Nearest Barpub
5 Miles
Fred's
Nearest Ski
12 Miles
Skyline
Nearest Golf
15 Miles
Forrest Dunes (No. 2 in MI)
Nearest Restaurant
0.3 Miles
Private dining hall
Car: necessary

The lake is clear and, on this side, shallow with great water for swimming, canoeing, sailing and all water sports. Features of Higgins Lake include an island, drop-offs, springs, sunken islands, a swimming raft [owned by the cottage Association], and the mysterious 'square anchor'. Not far around the shore is a marina, where you can rent motorboats, windsurfers, tubes, kayaks, and all sorts of water toys.

This beautiful, old, renovated stick-style cottage is at the end of a long, private driveway off a one-lane, private, unpaved road winding through old-growth forest. There's nothing but woods and private trails behind it. It overlooks clear and sandy Higgins Lake, rated 'the Sixth Most Beautiful Lake in the World'. Its 82 feet of lake-frontage includes a private dock and lido on the lake, down from an overlooking deck, steps away from the large front-porch.

The cottage is part of a private Association of twenty cottages, which provides meals at a table reserved for your family in a common Dining Hall -a five-minute walk through the woods. It's perfect for families, as all cooking and clean-up [except Weds. dinners] is provided from June 21 to Aug. 25, so staying here is a true vacation for EVERYONE in the family. [Note: Association rules require that residents MUST pay for all meals in the buffet-style Dining Hall between June 21 and Aug. 25. Rates are $33/day for adults, less for kids under 13 and free under 5.]

Nearby activities off the lake include fishing, canoe and tube trips on the calm and beautiful Au Sable River [Rentals available at liveries, or bring your own craft.] and spectacular golf at Forest Dunes, Golf Magazine's No. 2 Public-Access Course in Michigan.

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Availability & Rates

Higgins Lake Cottage Rental Rates

Rental Basis:
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Rate Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly Event Minimum Stay
 
off-season; Dining Hall closed
Apr 28 - May 22
$220
$1,540
5 nights
 
 
memorial day weekend - 4 night
May 23 - May 26
$300
4 nights
 
 
shoulder; Dining Hall closed
May 27 - Jun 19
$250
$1,505
4 nights
 
 
High-season; Dining Hall open
Jun 20 - Aug 22
$300
6 nights
 
 
shoulder; Dining Hall closed
Aug 23 - Aug 28
$250
4 nights
 
 
labor-day weekend 4 nights
Aug 29 - Sep 1
$300
4 nights
 
 
shoulder; Dining Hall closed
Sep 2 - Sep 20
$250
4 nights
 
 
off-season; Dining Hall closed
Sep 21 - Oct 13
$200
5 nights
 
 
My Standard Rate
$300
$1,925
6 nights
 

Additional information about rental rates

Refundable damage deposit $500.00
Notes Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed and $500 initial rent / deposit is received. $500, less cleaning fee [of $100 or $50, if you bring your own sheets and towels] is refunded after departure, if there is no damage or bills.

Half of total rent is due six weeks before arrival; the other half is due three weeks before arrival, not refundable.
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Amenities

Higgins Lake Cottage Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • cottage
Meals:
  • Catering available
  • Breakfast - Booking Possible
  • Lunch - Booking Possible
  • Dinner - Booking Possible
Floor Area:
  • 1575 sq. ft.
  • 2 stories
Location Type:
  • Resort ...
  • Rural ...
  • Lake View ...
  • Lakefront ...
  • Water View ...
  • Waterfront ...
Theme:
  • Romantic
  • Family
  • Away From It All
  • Sports & Activities
General:
  • Iron & Board
  • Living Room ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Clothes Dryer ...
  • Fireplace ...
  • Telephone ...
  • Heating
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Parking ...
  • Internet ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Fitness Room / Equipment ...
Kitchen:
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Toaster ...
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Dishwasher ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Stove ...
  • Oven ...
  • Microwave ...
Dining:
  • Dining Area
  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining ...
  • seating for 6 people
Bathrooms:
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Half Bath
  • Bathroom 2 -1st floor - toilet , tub , shower , Two ceramic sinks in a granite counter +shower +bath.
    Bathroom 1 -Master Suite. 1st Floor - toilet , shower , two ceramic sinks in a granite counter, separate toilet
    Bathroom 3 -upstairs - toilet , Half-bath with ceramic sink in granite counter, two windows.
  • Three renovated bathrooms, all with new fixtures [except for an original claw-foot tub we saved], windows, and mirrors. Both first-floor baths have two enameled cast-iron sinks in granite counters and nice showers. In addition, one first-floor bedroom has its own convenient sink. The half-bath off the upstairs bunk room has a single sink in granite opposite the toilet and two bright windows.
Bedrooms:
  • 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10
  • Bedroom 3 -1st floor - 1 queen , This bedroom has a 2d door onto the Screen Porch.
    Master Suite -1st floor - 1 king , Private, full bath with two sinks and shower.
    Bedroom 2 - 1st floor - 2 queen , Convenient sink by closet. (4 adults in 2 queens is close.)
    Bedroom 4 -upstairs Bunk Room - Bunk Room. 4 built-in bunks appeal to kids; short for adults
  • Master Suite features a king-size bed, a closet, and a private Bath with shower, two sinks in granite counters, and a separate water closet. The upstairs Bunk Room is reached from an indoor balcony overlooking the Living Room [and the lake]. Its glass-paned door leads to a knotty-pine bedroom with built-in bunks in all four corners. They appeal to teenagers and smaller kids [They use 'twin'-size sheets, but have low headroom for all but the smallest adults]. A small, bright half-bath serves this bedroom. All bedrooms are paneled with knotty pine dating from the construction of the cottage. note: full capacity requires four people sharing two queen beds in one bedroom; they need to be family or close friends. That bedroom has it own sink.
Entertainment:
  • Books ...
  • Games ...
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Toys ...
  • Television ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
Outside:
  • Bicycles ...
  • Boat ...
  • Outdoor Grill ...
  • Lawn / Garden ...
  • Balcony ...
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Deck / Patio ...
  • Lanai / Gazebo ...
  • Water Sports Gear ...
  • Tennis ...
Suitability:
  • children welcome ...
  • non smoking only
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • wheelchair inaccessible ...
  • pets not allowed
Attractions:
  • library
  • marina
  • playground
Leisure Activities:
  • walking
  • boating
  • paddle boating
  • bird watching
  • wildlife viewing
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundromat
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • snorkeling/diving
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • scuba diving or snorkeling
  • skiing
  • golf
  • wind-surfing
  • water skiing
  • mountain biking
  • sailing
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • cross country skiing
  • snorkeling
  • pier fishing
  • hiking
  • jet skiing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
Notes:
Dining-Hall MEALS REQUIRED of all cottage occupants late June through late August. Please understand, we can't make exceptions. The cottage is part of a private Association of 20 cottages, which provides meals at a table reserved for your family in a common Dining Hall -a 5-minute walk through the woods. It's perfect for families, as all cooking and clean-up [except Weds. dinners] is provided from June 20 to Aug. 23, so staying here is a true vacation for EVERYONE in the family. Note: Association rules require that residents MUST pay for all meals in the buffet-style Dining Hall between June 20 and Aug. 23. Rates: about $34/day for adults, less for kids under 13 and free under 5. The cottage has a SIX-NIGHT minimum rental period when the Dining Hall is open:Too much effort to clean and organize the changeovers between guests to make exceptions. Also note: while the cottage has beds for 12, 4 are kid-sized, & 2 queens sleep four in one room. 10 people is about the max.
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