The Cozy 1940s Cabin in Traverse City [Gallery]
Are you ready for your next vacation? If you've never been to Traverse City, you have to go. You can check out all of their wineries and breweries or spend the day exploring the shops downtown. If you're looking for more of an outdoor adventure, check out the dunes or the beach.
Shall we take a look at your next Airbnb?
The 1940s Log Cabin in Traverse City
This Airbnb is in the perfect spot for you to discover all of T.C. If you want to have a beach day, great news, it's walking distance from the house. Maybe you want to explore downtown, a quick bike ride will get you there.
There are two bedrooms and one full bathroom and sleeps four people. If you have more people, there is an option to rent two other adjacent properties.
Do you enjoy fishing? Don't forget to bring your pole because there's a creek right next to the house you can fish in. If you catch anything good, you can throw it on their charcoal grill for dinner.
Tired after a long day of adventuring? They have a hot tub and tree hammock for you to hangout in. Personal opinion, the hammock really ties the place together. But hey, that's just me and I'm obsessed with mine. You will be too after you stay at this cabin and try theirs out!
All of the guests have been so pleased with their stay that the cabin has received 4.95 stars. Here's what one of them had to say;
Book this spot IMMEDIATELY. We couldn't be more thrilled with how our stay went at Lauren's beautiful and well-maintained cabin. The beds are extremely comfortable, which we appreciated. The hot tub looks brand new, and was clean and warm/ready to use upon arrival. The location can't be beat - whether you want to bike around (the TART is literally a 2 min walk away) or drive into town (less than 10 minutes!). The kitchen is well-stocked, and the grill and fire pit couldn't be easier to use. Everything is well thought out at this cozy and scenic spot, from the fire pit to the patio lights to the comfy hammock. We will definitely be back!
Book your trip to Traverse City today! Don't forget to scroll for more pictures of the cabin!