This cute little condo sits on the Schuss course, just a quick walk out the door to the Schuss slopes and would be a perfect place for a getaway for 1 or 2 couples. You can walk to Ivans restaurant and be in the middle of everything happening during ski season. The cozy condo has a front room with a small but functional kitchen, a flat panel TV and a sofa sleeper. The private bedroom has a queen bed, TV and the doorwall opens onto a deck where you can sit with your coffee or a cold beverage.
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Spring, summer and fall at Shanty Creek: Shanty Creek resort offers 72 holes on four championship golf courses, each combining challenging play with Up North natural beauty.
The courses offer tight fairways, formidable doglegs, breathtaking hazards, and varying elevations, Shanty Creek’s golf courses put golfers in an enviable position—trying to read and play those challenging greens amid the stunning views. Golf Tom Weiskopf designed Cedar River Course, Arnold Palmers, The Legend, the Schuss Mountain course - a favorite among locals who annually name it one of the top public courses in Michigan and Shanty Creeks original course - the Summit.
The resorts 4500 acres also provides for outdoor activities, including Indoor/outdoor pools and hot tubs, restaurants and entertainment.
Outside the resort: Golf 4 wonderful courses, swim, boat, use the pools and hot tubs, sightsee - you'll run out of time before you run out of things to do. Please enjoy the resort restaurants and shopping, and visit the great places in Bellaire. There is a movie theatre, video store, grocery store (Glens), some cool shops (such as Sassy Sunflower), coffee shops (Moka) and restaurants. One of our favorites is Lulu’s – and don’t miss the Bellaire Bar next door. In the resort, try Lakeview – it really does have a fantastic view of Lake Bellaire, or Ivan’s over at Schuss Village. If you get a chance to go a little further, Dockside on Torch Lake is a fun place to eat with a great setting on the lake. A few more miles will get you to Alden (don’t miss Higgins for the best ice cream around), or Traverse City, Petoskey and Charlevoix.