Cathead Bay: The beach house is located on Cathead Bay, near the tip of Leelanau Peninsula with private frontage of Lake Michigan! Enjoy a nice walk to the grand Traverse Light House, or a short drive to unique shopping & dining in the villages of Leland, Suttons Bay, Omena & Northport.
English Lakeside: There's nothing like a lake house rental in Michigan! This home features direct frontage on Silver Lake with a dock for your boat, covered exterior decks, and amazing views of the lake!
Yellow Birch: This home is a superb vacation spot! Placed directly on East Bay with a sandy beach and centrally located to Traverse City. Elk Rapids, Torch Lake & Charlevoix.
Taliling Loop: Located only 1 mile from Torch Lake Sand Bar, on 2 acres with direct frontage on Rapid River! Rapid River has fabulous fishing & is known for its Blue Ribbon Trout. This home is great for the "Outdoor Family" that wants to relax, grill, fish, play & tube down the river!
We are thrilled to offer you vacation rentals for any budget. Our wide variety of homes range from $1,500.00 to $6,000.00 per week located in the Traverse area including Leelanau, Suttons Bay, and Traverse City. You have come to the right company, so let our staff make sure you reserve the right house for your next vacation!!
We offer private home, corporate retreats, resorts, rustic cabins and multi-unit condominiums. Many of our properties are lake house rentals in Michigan.
How about a waterfront property with your own private beach? Or a peaceful home with privacy and bay views? Maybe a shabby chic condo is more your style? Have a large family in need of a location for a family reunion or wedding? Need to be by a golf course? Want a great location with shopping, dining and beaches within walking distance? Tired of business meetings always being held in a hotel? Do you have small children?
Let us find you the place that will best suit your family, for the BEST memories Possible!
Most Beautiful Place in America
Good Morning America named the Sleeping Bear Dunes in Northern Michigan the most beautiful place in America! This summer you can explore the lakes, hiking trails and sandy dunes in Leelanau. For events, attractions and pricing visit http://www.sleepingbeardunes.com/.
Nationally recognized Malibu of Michigan
AOL Travel named the Traverse area in it's list of "America's 10 Best Beach Towns" describing the Traverse City area's "tawny beaches and towering dunes as the Malibu of Michigan". It was the only non-oceanside community that made the ranking and it is listed along notable resort communities like Kennebunkport, MA, Pismo Beach, CA and Boca Grande FL. The AOL Travel ranking also mentioned local attractions including the National Cherry Festival and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Leelanau. The areas downtown district is lauded for its galleries, boutiques and restaurants as well as the wineries in Leelanau and on the Old Mission Peninsula.
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We offer a guide to "what's happening" in the area during your visit. Interested in "kid friendly" activities and restaurants? Explore our "attractions" including Sleeping Bear Dunes. Have fun creating your own pottery to celebrate the occasion. Our dining guide can assist you in planning a special dinner out. The Traverse City area is known for it's fantastic festivals so make sure you check out our festival guide too! There is FUN FUN FUN for the whole family!
Traverse City Film Festival
July 29th to August 3rd 2014
"Just Great Movies", each specially selected by festival founder Michael Moore. Over 100 Dramas, documentaries, comedies, and more at eight venues in beautiful Traverse City, Michigan!
Our "Nod" goes out to "Handz On Art"! A paint your own pottery studio located in beautiful downtown Traverse City, Michigan. They offer an enjoyable and friendly atmosphere to come and create works of art. There is no hourly charge so take your time, relax and have fun. You don't have to be the next Vincent Van Gogh to create "art" on a large variety of items. Visit the web site atwww.tchandzonart.com
Our restaurant "Nod" goes to "TrattoriaStella"!
Tucked in the old Michigan Insane Asylum, the ambiance is spectacular with brick walls hosting local artwork and dim lights. Great organic foods and an emphasis on local products and a Michigan wine section highlighted with servers who can speak intelligently about your choice.