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Friendly & helpful staff. decent sized clean rooms. Indoor pool and literally across street from Lake Michigan. Very quiet neighborhood, close to just about everything. Prices are reasonable. I recommend this for anyone.
We frequent this hotel several times per year. On site miniature golf, pool, and close to the Mariner's Trail. Staff are always friendly and accommodating. RV sites on the property for friends to gather in one area.
We Stayed here for one night at the end of August on our way to Door County. We arrived late and left early, just looking for a clean, comfortable place to spend the night. What a very pleasant surprise! I booked the motel because it...More
The room was okay. The beds were comfy. The pool and hot tub didn't open till 8a.m. We are early risers and would of liked to use it earlier and it closed at 10pm. Later would be better. For the amount of money per room...More
This is right across the street from the lake with wonderful views. The room was clean and mostly comfortable. The bed seemed a bit firm but I slept like a rock, so it must not have been that bad! The pool is nice, so is...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Refrigerator in room
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US$79 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I don't fish much. If you were to fish on Lake Michigan you'd need a big enough boat, as it's a big lake with large waves and very cold water. You may also want a guide. Otherwise up by Nicolet National Forest in a smaller... More
I don't fish much. If you were to fish on Lake Michigan you'd need a big enough boat, as it's a big lake with large waves and very cold water. You may also want a guide. Otherwise up by Nicolet National Forest in a smaller lake than Michigan if you want to go it yourself.