Charming 1910 two-bedroom farmhouse located one block from Lake Huron beach, newly remodeled with summer vacationers in mind. All the amenities -- TV, WiFi, well-equipped regular-sized kitchen with dining area, living room, bathroom and two bedrooms. Front porch, driveway and laundry facilities may be shared with people staying in upstairs unit. Walking distance to Harbor Beach pier and park, theatre, library, and grocery and drug stores. Ask about pet-friendly accommodations.
“A charming little house in a quiet neighborhood just a block from a beach and playground. We had everything we needed to cook, and there were games to play. The front porch was a nice place to relax and have a cup of coffee. The host came over immediately when we had trouble getting into the house. A great place to stay!”
Watch freighters navigate Lake Huron from newly renovated, clean and comfortable I bed rm. lake front cottage. A short walk up the street from Harbor Beach Mariana (with 6 public boat launches ) and Grice maritime museum. Wake to magnificent breath taking sunrises. Just north of Harbor Beach a sleepy little lakefront town. with plenty of options, Public park with sandy beach and pier, light house tours , museums, library, movie theater. farmers market, festivals and art fairs seasonally.
“Perfect little place for 2! My boyfriend and I went for a little birthday getaway and it was perfect for our needs. Stocked kitchen, coffee maker and you can hear the waves of the lake by the fire pit! Can’t wait to go back.”
Our cottage is right on Lake Huron. Enjoy the quiet beach, peaceful surroundings and lots of nature. The night sky is spectacular and the stars are countless. The cottage is very cozy, QUIET, very comfortable for your relaxation. If you're looking to escape, the cottage is for you!
“Shawn’s place is recently renovated, and very well done. Comfortable cabin, lots of space, great beach, and awesome campfires. Exactly what a beach house should be. Master bedroom looks out onto the beach and lake. The sound of waves were perfect, and sunrises were stunning. Water was a bit mucky near the beach; but with water shoes it was easy to get to the sand. The towns really slow down after Labor Day, but still good places to eat within 10 minutes.”