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Vacation Rentals & Cabins in Grand Marais

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Stille Havet Vacation Home

Grand Marais house

4 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 12

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$698

Beautiful Remodeled Log Cabin on Lake Saganaga (BWCA Access)

Grand Marais house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 10

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$402

Secluded cabin on trout stream with grand piano!

Grand Marais log cabin

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“Peaceful and beautiful” I've been a repeat renter to this charming cottage in the woods because it's one of my favorite places in the northwoods. Close to Grand Marais but alone and quiet spot in the woods next to a gentle river. My family and like that it's spacious enough to find our spot to hang out and it has niceties that you don't find in a hotel (I've had to use the washer more than once.

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$233

The Skye House- stunning views of the harbor, walk to everything.

Grand Marais house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$406

The Horizon Cabin

Grand Marais house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$383

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Casabella on Caribou Lake

Lutsen log cabin

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“A little slice of heaven!” We have stayed at Casabella for the past five years. We always come up in the Fall hoping to catch the foliage. We've been here when it's 40 degrees, and when it's 75 degrees. The temperature never seems to matter when all is said and done. This place is fabulous. We love Caribou Lake and the privacy we have at Casabella. The accommodations are great. We usually cook in while we're here, and the kitchen has whatever we need. Great fireplace indoors, and great fire pit outdoors! I really can't say enough about it. We love it!

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$336

Caribou Highlands 113A

Lutsen condo

1 bedroom / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$163

Honeymoon House and Superior Pebble Beach

Lutsen house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$785

Beautiful Home on Lake Superior in Lutsen, Minnesota

Lutsen house

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Responds fast! avg. 2 hours 5 minutes

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$407

Lutsen Cabin w/ Fire Pit, Patio & Deck!

Lutsen cottage

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Responds fast! avg. 5 minutes

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$285

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About Grand Marais

Grand Marais is a friendly little harbor village and has been voted 'America's coolest small town'. Centered around creativity and bursting with charm, you'd be crazy to miss a trip to this awesome little resort. Don't know where to stay? Browse FlipKey for loads of property rentals within Grand Marais to secure your trip.

About Grand Marais

Located between Sawtooth Mountains and Lake Superior, Grand Marais is a popular resort with musicians, artists and photographers due its status as a creative hub. It has a population of 1351, according to the 2010 status, and therefore has a true small-town feel.

The name of 'Grand Marais' is French for 'great marsh', and refers to the almost 20 acres of marshland that existed during the early years of settlement.

Let’s be honest here—there's not a whole range of activities to do in Grand Marais, but that's okay! this small town reels in tourists due to its picturesque and quaint surroundings, and its laid-back and relaxed atmosphere.

Most local restaurants sell fresh fish, which is perfect if you wish to sample some of the local cuisine. All the fish is pulled in from the same day's catch.

What to do in Grand Marais

Although Grand Marais is a quiet town, it does host one festival each year. There was formerly the Dragon Boat festival which occurred on the last weekend of July, however this came to an end in 2015. There's still currently the Fisherman's picnic festival which runs on the first weekend in August. Here, locals and tourists gather to try fresh fish pulled in from Lake Superior.

Keen adventurers may decide on a hiking trail to Artist's Point. O, if you're a fan of horseback riding, you won't want to miss the opportunity to ride through the lush forestry surrounded Lake Superior.

Into arts and culture? Grand Marais has over 41 museums and galleries to choose from. Depending on your choice, you can learn about the life and works of local artists and sculptures as well as the achievements and tragedies from the town's history.

Top travel tips for Grand Marais

If you're travelling to Grand Marais during the summer, expect extremely hot temperatures. Despite this, Lake Superior influences the overall temperatures within the town, with the summer being cooler and the winters a little warmer than average.

To reach Grand Marais by car, you'll need to travel the Minnesota Highway 61 which lies North of Lake Superior. It would be advised to bring your own car or hire one for the duration of your stay. Because of the small numbers of residents, public transport isn’t the most efficient way to travel.

Visit Grand Marais for a taste of adventure and to get a feel for the great outdoors. Surrounded by a gorgeous lake and lush forestry, this small town offers arts, culture and sporty activities to entertain any tourist, whatever your interest. Start searching today on FlipKey and find your perfect vacation rental.

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Secluded cabin on trout stream with grand piano!
Not enough good can be said about this palce.

This place was incredible. It very comfortably slept five adults, and came stocked with everything we needed for a really great weekend. Hotels are fine, but you'll never find a place that feels quite like a home--unless you find a place like this. We stayed very late in October, and we came prepared with thermal underwear and extra sweatshirts, but the little wood stove heated the whole place marvelously. Also, you just can't beat the crackle of a fire in the background. The cabin is sunny, has lots of windows, and is such a peaceful environment. And if peace and quiet isn't your thing, you can always rock out on the baby grand piano (which we did into the wee hours) or put on one of the many CDs found on the shelves. The cabin is a very short drive from town, and not far away from State Parks. We had hoped that there would be accessible hiking trails within walking distance of the cabin itself, but we couldn't find any. That's really our only small disappointment in our whole experience, and we enjoyed our drive out to the park. The cabin was perfectly clean when we arrived, and we felt immediately comfortable. It would be great for a couple looking for a romantic escape, perfect for a group of friends looking to bond over great times, perfect for families looking for a charming town to bring their kids to, perfect for an artist/writer/musician looking to get work done in an inspiring environment. I don't really gush over things unless I feel they truly deserve it, and this cabin deserves every star I gave it and then some.see more

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