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The Lodge is the personal residence of the owners who have lovingly restored it, preserving its historic features while adding tastefully designed updates.
When you open the door to the Lodge you feel as though you've stepped back in time to the era of the big timber barons. The rich patina of the logs and original hardwood floors create a warm and inviting atmosphere that beckons you to come inside and stay for awhile. With two huge stone fireplaces , rich leather furniture, treasured antiques, trophy taxidermy, gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar and dinning nook, antique billiard table, two lounge areas, dinning room with a fabulous handcrafted 12' table created from an antique bowling alley, bar area and five bedrooms, the Lodge is a true historic gem of the northwoods.
NEW BEGINNING 2020 - The Historic Lodge will now be available to rent for the Ultimate Family Vacation! The Lodge has 5 upstairs bedrooms that can accommodate up to 16 guests.
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Luxury and comfort are yours to enjoy in this beautifully restored log Chalet
on the water's edge. Built in 1929 as an ice house, the Chalet has undergone
intensive renovations and has been transformed into a luxurious lakeside
Gaze out at the lake from the romantic loft bedroom with a queen size
log bed. Relax and unwind in the incredible whirlpool tub or cozy up next
to the gas fireplace with a good book. The cathedral ceilings and huge
windows offer spectacular views of the lake and there are 3 sets of patio
doors that open to a wonderful lakeside deck with a log bar where you can
enjoy your morning coffee as you watch the sunrise or a glass of wine in
the evening beneath the star it sky.
The Chalet has a main floor bunkroom with 2 full size antique iron beds and 2 upper berths with single beds. There is a fully equipped kitchen, living room, and bath with whirlpool tub and separate shower. The Chalet also features hardwood and slate floors, air conditioning, satellite tv, a lakeside fire pit, log swing, deck and charcoal grill.
Rustic elegance best describes this wonderful log cabin that once served
as a garage for the original resort owners. In 1931 the garage was moved
to its present location and converted into the first resort cabin. In 2007 a
total renovation was completed and the cabin once again welcomed guests
but this time with a surprisingly upscale northwoods design featuring cathedral
ceilings, trophy mounts, hardwood and slate floors, central airconditioning,
satellite tv, a charcoal grill, and private deck
The main level has an open floor plan with a living room nook, designer kitchen
with custom cabinets and granite countertops, and a dinning area with a cozy
gas fireplace. The main floor bedroom has a full size log bed and a log bunk
bed. The bathroom is cedar lined and has a shower. The staircase leads to a
romantic loft bedroom with a queen size log bed that looks out over the lake.
The Anglers Cabin is an open floor plan cabin, reminiscent of the one room
log cabins built in the early 1900s. There is a wonderful stone gas fireplace
in the living room area with a flat screen satellite tv, a large kitchen with
antique cabinets, stainless appliances, and a wonderfu;l 8' breakfast bar
with log stools. The antique log beds are built into the side walls with privacy
curtains separating them from the living area. One bed is a full size and the
other bed is full size log bunk. There is also additional sleeping on the full size
futon in front of the fireplace in the living area.
The interior of the Anglers Cabin has the original log finish, hardwood floors,
and open ceiling with log beams. The walls are covered with trophy fishing
mounts and antique fishing equipment. There is a full bath with a tub/shower,
a womderful screened porch and a deck with a charcoal grill. The cabin also has a
window a/c for those warm summer days.
The Trappers Cabin ia a favorite for honeymooners and couples.
Built in 1930 as a log and stone barn, this unique little log cabin is
a fascinating combination of old and new. The original stone
foundation which once housed the cow, now houses a modern kitchen
with beautiful slate floors, antique cabinets and a wonderful antique
farm sink set in a granite counter top. A few steps up the log staircase
you'll find a small inviting living room with hardwood floors ,a sleeper sofa,
cozy gas fireplace, amazing trophy mounts, and a unique bath with
shower and slate and cedar walls . Continuing up the staircase is the
hayloft which has been transformed into a romantic bedroom with a
queen bed and massive windows overlooking the lake.
The Trapper Cabin also has a window a/c. satellite tv, gas grill and deck
overlooking the lake with a small fire pit off to the side to enjoy your evening bonfires.
The Trapper cabin is a seasonal cabin available May-Oct.