Our delightful log cabin offers a quaint, rustic, knotty pine interior. This cabin has been in our family for 44 years. Its unique decor features original log furniture and beautiful handcrafted items including needlework & glass ceiling lamp. The living room features a newer braided rug from LLBean (2014). We have an old-fashioned Ben Franklin style gas fireplace that will warm you on cozy mornings & evenings. There are ceiling fans in each room. Our property is cozy, clean, and extremely well maintained. We offer a fully equipped kitchen with toaster, high-end coffee maker, coffee bean grinder, electric can opener, smoothie maker, programmable slow cooker, all flatware, dishes, pots/pans and newer microwave. We also provide limited seasonings and cooking oil for our guests as well as kitchen towels,hot pads, and dish soap.There is no dishwasher or garbage disposal. We have a flat screen Sony TV & DVD player. Please feel free to bring your favorite DVD's with you. We also have a Bose Wave radio/CD player. We get a few over the air TV channels. There is no landline, cable, or internet service. We have a small library of board games and playing cards. We have 2 small bedrooms, each with a full-size log bed. Both beds have newer pillow top mattress sets. We provide quilts, blankets and 4 pillows - 2 for each bed. Please bring your own towels and linens (2 sets -full-size sheets).Our small bathroom has a shower – no tub. It has a newer ceramic floor (2012). A medicine cabinet over the sink is reserved for our guests. (A second medicine cabinet on the wall contains our personal items.) We provide septic safe toilet tissue and ask that nothing but septic safe toilet tissue be flushed, to avoid plumbing problems.This cabin is located on Duck Lake Peninsula - a beautiful resort community populated with cabins and year-round homes. You will have access over 300 feet of shared Duck Lake access during your visit. This cabin is not a waterfront property, however, we are located just a 5-minute walk to shared water access and a 3-minute walk to the community park/playground. Interlochen state park is also on Duck Lake and offers a boat ramp and huge sandy beach. (StatePark Pass required.) We have a solo sit in Old Town kayak with paddle and trolley that can be used on the lake. If you use the kayak you MUST USE the a personal flotation device and sign a waiver. Waiver will be emailed if you are interested in using the kayak, let us know.. This is an ideal area for nature photography, walking and biking and a great base from which to visit the area attractions.We are a 15-minute drive to both Interlochen State Park and the Interlochen Center for the Arts - the latter is known worldwide for music, art and theater. Check the Interlochen web site for concert and event information and tickets. We are located 25 minutes from historic, downtown Traverse City which offers many fine restaurants, shops, the fully restored State Theatre, West Bay Beaches, and the TART trail. Travel 30 minutes West and you will find the Betsie River Trailhead in Beulah – park at Beulah Beach on beautiful Crystal Lake – your first 5 miles of biking or walking will be alongside the lake!We are less than 1 hour from the Sleeping Bear Dunes - voted by the viewers of Good Morning America as the most beautiful place in America in 2011. The Dunes is famous for the Dune Climb as well as the exquisite Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive. The Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail opened In 2012 - a 9.5 biking/walking trail in the Dunes Park.We are within a 1-hour drive of numerous wineries, lighthouses and other attractions. Tourism literature onsite covers these attractions, and others, too numerous to include.Our cabin is perfect for solo travelers, couples and small families who appreciate a peaceful, fully equipped, clean, quaint, cabin. This is a peaceful, residential area and we have a strict No Noise Policy. This is a NO SMOKING property. We have a four guest maximum. Pets are prohibited unless permission is given. Additional fees may be added for approved pet guests. This is a self-catering cottage but you will have 24-hour access to the owner. We have trash service/recycling with pick up on Thursday mornings (please put trash & recycling out by 7:00 a.m.). We provide all cleaning supplies as well as septic safe toilet tissue. We ask that guests use only the septic toilet tissue provided to protect our septic system.Budget-minded travelers may wish to consider our self-serve cleaning option. Guests who choose this option have a reduced cleaning fee of just 50.00 - a savings of 50.00. A cleaning checklist will be provided to guests who elect this option. All cleaning materials are on site. More details will be provided upon request.TripAdvisor property ID 3231165...Read more
Adorable Log Cabin on Duck Lake Peninsula Grawn, Michigan (Property location is approximate) ?
Additional Location Information
Duck Lake Peninsula is a popular resort community for cottages and year round homes.
This cabin has the use of over 300 feet of shared frontage as well as a community park with play set, hoops and pavilion. We are a five-minute walk from the closest beach access. The peninsula is also popular for walkers and bike riders.
The cabin is a 15 minute drive to Interlochen Center for the Arts and Interlochen State Park. Downtown Traverse City is a 25-minute drive and the Sleeping Bear Dunes are located just 35 miles NW of our location.
Residents of the Duck Lake Peninsula enjoy the peaceful beauty of the region while tucked away in a quiet, safe yet accessible location. This cabin is an ideal base for your Northern Michigan adventure, or just a lovely place to relax and unwind.
Left on 08/26/2013 for a stay in August 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Aug 26, 2013Stayed Aug 2013
This cabin was a wonderful getaway - very homey and comfortable! I enjoyed the rustic charm, but also appreciated the a/C and entertainment system. The location was pretty ideal, close enough to local shopping to be convenient, but also steps to Duck Lake and a short drive to Lake Michigan, offering plenty of options for swimming, hiking, boating and wildlife watching. I would definitely recommend this quaint little home-away-from-home, and plan to return next year for a longer stay.
Left on 08/25/2013 for a stay in August 2013 | nature_loverReviewed Aug 25, 2013Stayed Aug 2013
I stayed at the cabin on Duck Lake Peninsula this past week, with two other guests. We had a lovely time. The cabin is beautiful -- rustic and quaint, but also extremely well-kept. During our trip, we found a beautiful beach just 20 minutes away, along the Sleeping Bear Dunes national lakesore -- a spot along Lake Michigan, lined with sand dunes. It's close to shopping, but remote enough to be "away from it all."
Left on 07/31/2013 for a stay in July 2013 | dynamicbReviewed Jul 31, 2013Stayed Jul 2013
My wife and I stayed here for four night at the end of July. It is a cute rustic cabin with room for two - four people. It is close to everything in the Traverse area. Nestled on Duck lake peninsula, it is a great place for fishing. I caught 4 large-mouth bass out of the nearby canal alone. The owner is very nice and prompt in her responses. The peninsula has four different spots where you can access the lake. Good if you are looking for a quick weekend getaway!
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