BOOKING FOR 2021 TO BEGIN NOVEMBER 1ST, 2020.
PLEASE NOTE-WE ARE TAKING EXTRA PRECAUTIONS WITH CLEANING. WE ARE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDED COVID 19 CLEANING PRACTICES. OUR GUESTS SAFETY IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO US.
Located on the ‘third most beautiful lake in the world’ --according to National Geographic Magazine! Completely renovated during the summer of 2015. Everything from top to bottom is new: roof, siding, windows, flooring, kitchen cabinets, countertops, beds, mattresses, comforters, bathrooms...everything!
This A-frame chalet has direct, private frontage on Little Glen Lake and is located less than 5 minutes from the Village of Glen Arbor. Glen Lake’s famous sandy bottom stays shallow for a long distance, making it the ideal lake for small children. The North Shore of Little Glen is kissed by sunshine all day and showcases breathtaking sunsets over the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes each night. Also visible from this location is the familiar Glen Lake Narrows Bridge.
This mid-sized chalet is perfect for family fun or "just getting away from it all." There is a deck for private picnicking with plenty of seating for everyone, and a charcoal grill. A dock is available for you to bring your own water toys or you can rent a pontoon boat and enjoy a lazy day on the water!
Do you have a larger group and want to be next to each other? No problem! Baby Bear chalet is located right next door (VRBO/HomeAway#4087808). Completely renovated in 2015 as well, this smaller A-frame chalet sleeps 5. Rent both and make memories you will cherish for a lifetime!
During your stay you will want to take advantage of all the Glen Arbor village amenities: dining, art galleries, shopping, boat rentals, kayak and bike rentals, fresh farm markets, golf courses, a gym and more.
Just outside the village you can enjoy the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and Pierce Stocking Dr., voted best vacation destination in 2011! Nearby towns include Glen Haven, the Village of Empire, Leland, Traverse City, and Suttons Bay.
Take a day trip and enjoy one of the many summer festivals, including the nationally recognized Cherry Festival (early July), and the Traverse City Film Festival (late July). There are wineries throughout Leelanau County and the Old Mission Peninsula, as well as local breweries and dozens of amazing eateries. Don't forget to take the famous "M-22 Scenic Highway". Whatever direction you head, you’re in for spectacular scenery and a great adventure!
Once you're done for the day, relax by the campfire and enjoy s’mores as you take in the beautiful Glen Lake sunsets. This truly amazing vacation destination is waiting just for you!
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