Tranquil Cabin Rental with Lakeside Activities Located near Coleraine, MinnesotaGrand Rapids, Minnesota (United States of America)
Tranquil Cabin Rental with Lakeside Activities Located near Coleraine, Minnesota
This tranquil cabin rental with lakeside activities is located near Coleraine, Minnesota, and can accommodate two to four guests. Beneath its gambrel roof, this cabin has two floors and features one bedroom and one full bathroom. The bedroom, located on the second level, has a Sleep Number queen-size bed and a window with views of the lake. Finished in beadboard paneling and painted in soft greens, the bathroom has a single sink vanity, a toilet, and a standing shower with a shower curtain. Bed linens are provided, however, guests must bring their own towels and paper products.
Finished in knotty pine paneling throughout and with a hand-hewn log staircase, this cabin is perfectly cozy and inviting for guests looking for a woodland escape. A lounge area features a loveseat and a chair with ottoman, which face a TV with a DVD player, and a warm parlor gas fireplace. With ample counter space and cabinets to store provisions, the fully-equipped kitchen features a full-size refrigerator, a stovetop oven, a double sink, a microwave, a toaster, a coffeemaker, cookware, and dishes. Near the kitchen is a drop-leaf table with chairs, situated beneath a chandelier. Other amenities include a ceiling fan and Wi-Fi access within the resort.
A sliding glass door leads guests onto a deck with views of the tranquil lake. A few steps down, guest will also find a grassy area with a parasol-covered picnic table and kettle charcoal grill. Tall pines surround the cabin, keeping it shaded and cool in the summer season. There are also several chairs and a stone ledge fire pit for roasting s'mores.
Each cabin on this property features a fire pit with chairs, a shaded picnic table with a parasol umbrella, a kettle charcoal grill, and a fully-equipped kitchen. There is also a TV and DVD player in each cabin, as well as Wi-Fi access for guests to stay connected if they need, located beneath the Internet Cafe umbrella at the general store. The store also offers souvenirs, T-shirts, and candy and ice cream. For convenience, the shop also stocks wood bundles for the cabin fire pits and even sells gas.
The recreational area offers plenty of extra activities for the whole family, including a game room, a horseshoe pit, a soccer field, and tetherball. There is also a playground area for smaller children to run around. A recent addition to the marina, guests can now pay to rent a 20-foot pontoon boat, as well as numerous other fishing boats, paddleboats, kayaks, and life jackets—all included with stay! The lake also features a sandy beach for kids to build sandcastles and adults to soak up the sun.
While there are currently not laundry facilities on-site, there is a laundromat at just seven minutes from the resort that comes highly recommended by the hosts.
- Shared Barbecue
- Shared Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: 03:00 AM early check-in allowed additional charge
Check out: 09:00 AM late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is prohibited inside the cabins.
Taxes and fees are subject to change.
Check-in begins after 3:00 PM and check-out is by 9:00 AM.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Grand Rapids, Minnesota (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding on-site
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Outside of the resort, guests have lots to explore in the Northwoods area. There are four 18-hole golf courses available for visitors looking to practice their swings, and there is a bowling alley for those looking to practice their strikes. Miniature golf is also available for families with younger children, as well as the Children's Discovery Museum that calls upon Wizard of Oz themes, as Grand Rapids was the birthplace of Judy Garland. For watersports activities, there is plenty of water-skiing, tubing, and kayaking. In winter months, the Northwoods area offers visitors snowsports like cross-country skiing, and snowmobile trails. Grand Rapids offers a lively downtown area where guests can take the entire family out to eat, and tour the historic areas, including the Itasca Heritage Center Museum.