The Woods Cabin is an efficiency apartment with a 2nd story Loft bedroom nestled in the Woods off Eagle Hwy in the Village of Lake Leelanau.The Cabin has a portable AC unit in the second story that cools the apartment nicely on hot summer days. This Cozy retreat is part of the Leelanau Boat Club, new cottages that combined may sleep up to 19 with private access to lake Leelanau down the wooded boardwalks of the Club.
A boat slip comes with your unit rental. Lake Leelanau is 17 miles long and the Leelanau Boat Club is located in the heart of Leelanau County. The Woods Cabin may sleep up to 4 with a King Bed on one side of the loft and two deluxe twins on the other side. Perfect for a couple or a small family or two travelers looking for a unique and spacious cottage on the water.
This location is in the center of fun in Leelanau, the Land of Delight!
Many wineries in all directions and the closest is a paddle boat away. Leelanau County was voted the healthiest county of all 83 in Michigan. Come see why!
Sleeping Bear National Park is right around the corner, Good Morning America voted this National Park the most beautiful in America.
Golf courses are also plentiful here and if your group enjoys golf and shopping you've selected the perfect location. Boutique and specialty stores are what makes this food lover's destination a paradise. Or simply come to experience the agricultural events year round from stellar farmer's markets to wine pairing dinners offering a local seasonal focus and you will be pleasantly surprised
Keywords: Cottage, Handicapped accessible, Spacious, Luxurious, Private, In the Heart of Leelanau County, Close to Sleeping Bear Dunes, 4.5 miles from Suttons Bay and 4 miles from Leland. Surrounded by Vineyards.
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We have called northern Michigan home since 1987. Our boys graduated from Leland high school and we cherish all that is Leelanau!
We live next door
Access to the all the best of Leelanau. Proximity to Lake Michigan and West Bay Beaches, the agricultural scene and the blue shades of water on Lake Leelanau.