Come to Huckleberry Hideaway for some quality Family Time! This unique home features a main home with gathering/kitchen/dining area, sleeping area downstairs. Sleeping porch with 1/2 bath and a separate sleeping area over the garage with a full bath and pool table. All beds have high hotel quality linens. No steps to the beach however there are steps up to the home from the parking area. This is truly a 'get-away' home...so gather the family and play some games!
- Cottage2000 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay1 - 3 nights
Unique Home Right On The Water - Sleeps 6
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- Calendar last updated:
- Jun 10, 2018
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Had a great stay.
Took the whole family on a vacation and loved staying at Huckleberry Hideaway. All adults had there own sleeping areas where we could get away for quite time then all meet back in the house for meals and family time. The kitchen is very efficient. The view from the upper deck is astonishing, have never enjoyed more beautiful sunsets. Remote and quiet setting that is truly away from it all. We loved it.
Nostalgic, peaceful, get away!
We stayed at the Huckleberry Hideaway the first week of August. Perfect location right on Lake Michigan in a peaceful and quiet area that was completely away from it all. The quaint cottage with it's 2 other out buildings (the sleeping porch was a perfect place to get out of the sun and read in the late afternoons and my daughter enjoyed playing pool in the space over the garage) provided everything we needed for a great stay. I am a clean freak, and can assure you that this home was immaculate! I also appreciated the fact that the kitchen was well appointed with almost any tool, pot, or pan I could possibly need to cook wonderful meals for my family. This is a true plus for me, as I've rented so many places in the past that were hardly equipped with the barest of essentials....and I love to cook, even on vacation. This nostalgic cottage has been well taken care of and well loved and we felt utterly comfortable and at home. I appreciated that we could bring our dog (who fetched endlessly in the water), and also that there was flexibility to rent less than a week given our limited time frame....though I wish we could have stayed longer. A big thank you for sharing this lovely property with us!
Our family of 4 just returned from our stay at Huckleberry Hideaway. We have 2 boys, 10 and 14. They enjoyed kayaking and paddle boarding on the lake. The water was so close and quite warm for Lake Michigan. It was so peaceful and quiet. We did have a little technology withdrawal without any TV or cell service. The wi-fi connection wasn't bad, but it only worked in the main house. The drive to town is about 20 minutes, so stock up and stay at the cottage! We were able to try out the different rooms, and they were all comfortable. I'm giving this rental 5 stars, but I do feel it was a bit more rustic than I was anticipating. This could be my own fault for not asking more questions. There are also many steep stairs leading to the house. Not a problem for us, but maybe for others. We really enjoyed our stay. Thanks!
Great Stay with family
We loved our stay at this home. As soon as we stepped in I felt the nostalgia of being on an "Up North" vacation as a kid. I am so glad my boys will have the same memories thanks to this cottage! The beach was incredible and the beds were very comfortable. As a family of four we were actually unable to enjoy all that this place has to offer. There are multiple spaces like the “bungalow”, the “Pool room” and just some great deck areas to sit and enjoy. There are no steps to the beach you walk right out the lower level, off the deck and across the sand (No Rocks!) The cottage has a very nostalgic feel, although a little dated (which we actually loved), it is in very good condition. So here are few things that will help enhance your stay: It is a bit of a drive to town, which again was a plus for us. When arriving you have a great drive down a private wooded drive for a bit. You're not lost just keep going and enjoy it. By about 2pm, close the shades on the front of the cottage, it will get warm in there if you don't, but you SHOULD be at the beach anyway! Other than that, for the price it is a great place, safe, quiet and fun!! We will be coming back!
Joseph, We loved having you!!! This cottage is so charming...we are so glad you loved it and were able to make great memories for the kids. We would LOVE to have you back! - Rhonda, Shore House Property Services
The western Michigan town of Montague -- which shares the shores of White Lake and Lake Michigan with Whitehall -- offers plenty of outdoor tourist attractions; these include numerous lakeside beaches and parks. Montague traces its history to 1812, and hosts a selection of cultural artifacts and oddities. Travellers might visit numerous additional attractions in Whitehall, about a mile away.
Those looking for boating, fishing, hiking and water sports -- need look no further look than Maple Grove Park, sunbather-friendly Medbury Park or the municipal boat-launch on Ramp Road. Meinert Park offers 67 camp-sites overlooking Lake Michigan and the Little Flower Creek. The inland Montague Township Park provides a quiet place for baseball games, picnics and family activities. Golfers can tee off at Montague's Old Channel Trail Golf Course, a 27-hole public venue with an on-site driving range and golf shop.