|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
_Located in a quiet lakeshore community Ridgeway Cottage provides the perfect balance of rustic cottage charm with those special amenities that make a vacation memorable._
Gather around the fire pit on the large flagstone patio to roast marshmallows after an evening of grilling out and relaxing in the hot tub. The outdoor shower provides the luxury of rinsing off after a day at the beach without having to leave the glorious summer atmosphere. With only a short walk away from Lake Michigan the lake breeze is attainable from the screened in porch.
The interior reflects the warmth of a classic lake cottage. Rough-hewn wood paneling and exposed beams are found throughout. A potbelly stove sits in the corner of the living room. The large farm table in the dining area allows for gatherings around a meal or late night game of cards.
Ridgeway Cottage has four bedrooms. Two bedrooms are on the first floor and two upstairs. The first floor bedrooms have a queen in one and a bunk set in the other. The upstairs bedrooms have a split king bed in one and one full beds and one queen. There is one full bathroom with combination shower and tub on both floors.
This cottage is walking distance to Lake Michigan beach access. There are 91 steps down to the beach.
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This little cottage is quiet and simple, which was exactly what we needed. They allowed us to bring our dog, which we greatly appreciated. Property was very clean, with plenty of extra towels, toilet paper and kleenex, which is often lacking in other VRBOs we've stayed in. Location was amazing - 15 minutes to either South Haven, Fennville or Saugatuck. Lakeshore Lodging was great to work with, including providing extra beach passes when the association beach stairs were discovered broken. Pier Cove Beach is just 15 minutes up the road and we loved taking the kids there. Highly recommend this location if you are looking for a quiet retreat in the woods.
*We did not have a chance to use the hottub, as we were on the beach watching the sunsets for the majority of the evenings, and then stayed in after that due to the mosquitos.*