|Unterkunftsart||Holzhaus / Blockhütte|
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Zwei reizende Blockhütten - eine für Sie und die andere für die Familie oder Freunde. Genießen Sie Urlaub zusammen, während Ihre eigene Privatsphäre haben! Sie können eine oder beide mieten, je nachdem, was Ihren Bedürfnissen entspricht. Die Hütten sitzen auf Big Turtle Lake im Herzen des Chippewa National Forest nördlich von Grand Rapids, MN. Ein Fischer-Paradies, wo man Zander, Bass, Nord-, und große Crappies auf dieser unberührten, mit Quellwasser gespeisten, 2.000 Acre See zu fangen. Das Gebiet bietet Möglichkeiten zum 4-Freilauf, Radfahren, Wandern, Angeln, Jagen, oder Bootfahren. Dieser schöne See verfügt über bis zu 17 ft. Wasser Klarheit und ist die Heimat von 16 verschiedenen Inseln. Ihre erste Tasse Kaffee auf der Terrasse zu haben, nur 50 ft. vom Seeufer entfernt, während der Seetaucher auf den Ruf zu hören ist ein fantastischer Weg, den Tag zu starten! Kommen Abend, bauen sich ein Lagerfeuer in unserem großen Feuerstelle und Aktien Geistergeschichten während Marshmallows über dem Feuer unter dem Mond und den großen Kiefern braten. Sie werden nie die Sterne sehen, wie hell leuchten und wenn Sie wirklich Glück haben ... Sie können nur das Nordlicht zu sehen.
Die "Painted Turtle" Blockhaus verfügt über 2 Schlafzimmer mit jeweils voller Größe log Betten. Der Wohnbereich verfügt über eine komfortable Futon, Leselampen und 2 Stühle, dass Nestlé eine gemütliche Gas-Kamin. Es gibt eine voll ausgestattete Küche mit Esstisch, die 6 Personen bequem Platz wird. $ 1,100. 00 pro Woche / 175 $. 00 pro Nacht jede Kabine.
Das neu gestaltete 'Timberdoodle' ist eine 1-Zimmer Blockhaus, mit einem 3/4 Bad, eine voll ausgestattete Küche, Wohnzimmer, Esszimmer, und kann bis zu 6 Personen. $ 1,100. 00 pro Woche / 175 $. 00 pro Nacht jede Kabine.
Stichwort: Landhaus, Blockhaus, im Norden get-a-way, Rückzug, Unterkunft, Hütte, im Ferienort
One of the most enjoyable weeks at the lake that we have had in a long time and we've been doing this for many years. The cabin was clean and the windows and deck provided a wonderful view of the lake which is very important to us. We had everything we could need with the very minor exception of some ice cube trays. The grass and area around the cabin was neatly maintained and the fire pit a relaxing evening experience, especially so with the pleasant couple next door in the Timberdoodle. Turtle Lake is beautiful and I am still surprised at how quiet it was. Owners were extremely accommodating with near immediate response to the questions I had.
If I could improve on one thing it would be the dock. I brought my expensive fiberglass fishing boat and had to be extremely careful pulling alongside and tying up to it. I was relieved that we did not have any storms as it is exposed to the SW and trailering it would be a chore.
We came to fish for smallmouth bass exclusively and my grandson and I had a blast catching them on light tackle. The MN DNR's special regulation to protect the smallies on Turtle is a real bonus.
All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable week and I'm already anticipating our next stay.
The cabin is cery well built, but could use some TLC and a few simple upgrades to make it more livable and functional. The storm door latch does not work, the shower faucet could be improved, and a water filter for the water supply would certainly improve the property. The electrical wiring and outlets are questionable and the smoke detector was disabled. This 2 bedroom cabin was quite cramped with too much furniture and too many nick knacks on shelves . The large shelving in the bathroom was very nice to have, as well as the shelf over the sink and toilet. All the appliances worked well, but there was a plastic dominoe in the toaster and the microwave location on a lower shelf was very inconvenient. (I moved it to the top shelf of the cart.) The biggest improvement needed is probably the large rut on the side of the very steep driveway where dirt has washed away, leaving a rut that is large enough to fit a tire.
We did enjoy our stay and made new friends with the people renting the other cabin. We visited the "Lost Forty" and fished two different lakes and enjoyed the Loons and the Mamma Merganzer Duck with 12 babies ! The cabin was clean and the bedding was very nice.
My friend and I stayed in the Painted Turtle cabin for three nights. This is exactly what I was looking for, a connection to the past in a great fishing location. The cabin is in essence largely unchanged at least in ambiance from the 50's. Obviously there are upgrades including dish tv and a newer kitchen but the interior was full log and board construction and the way cabin carpentry was done back then contributed to the experience. We were very successful fishing for bass but lacking in walleye experience, I gave up without much effort. The owners were very responsive and I couldn't have asked for anything more. I'm a happy guy.
enjoyed the weekend experience
We had a great time at the Turtle Lake Vintage Log Cabins! We rented both cabins to accommodate our extended family. This gave us plenty of room and the needed quiet spots for the grandkids naps. The playhouse on site was a real hit with the kids - my husband is now building a similar one at our cabin! The bass fishing was very good and the lake was beautiful. The cabins were just as they are pictured - just lovely and all the comforts of home. We would definitely stay here again!
My wife and I decided to take our honeymoon in Northern Minnesota. We were excited when we discovered VRBO and realized we wouldn't have to settle with a resort. The cabin was beautiful. It's everything we were looking for inside and out. We found out we over packed soon after we arrived. Everything you need is there. There are plenty of places to hike and remote roads to explore the scenery in your car nearby. Don't bother running from the deer flies....it doesn't work. We didn't catch any fish, so I decided to rid the shoreline of clams. If you like clams, this lake is the spot. The crystal clear water makes hunting and swimming easy and enjoyable. I'm glad we decided to stay at this amazing property, but also kind of wish we didn't. Now we want to live there. Thank you Pam and Charlie. We appreciate you opening your house to us. I made sure to leave it in better condition than when we got there.
Geocaching, 4 Wheeling, Vogelbeobachtung, Wandern, Kies Schleifen, Jagd, Angeln,
|Saisonpreis||Minimum Preis||Zusätzliche Nächte||pro Nacht am Wochenende||pro Woche||pro Monat||Event|
7 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt
für 7 Nächte
|Anmerkungen: Preise basieren auf 2 Gästen; pro zusätzlichem Gast werden 15 € pro Nacht berechnet.|
|Cleaning Fee||60 € + Steuern|
Our property has 2 cabins. You may rent either cabin or both cabins together if needed to accomadate the size of your party.
* The Timberdoodle: Occupancy 2, sleeps 6. (One Bedroom + 2 Futons)
* The Painted Turtle: Occupancy 2, sleeps 6. (Two Bedroom + Futon)
Sales Tax: 6.875% Lodging Tax = 3%