Description of Glamping Units
This beautiful property on Madeline Island offers a charming cabin that was built from century-old barn wood. Inside, glampers will find an aesthetically pleasing mixture of traditional American craftsmanship and beachy vibes with white-washed walls and stylish antique accents.
Inside the cabin, there are three bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, a living area, and a dining area.
The cabin can comfortably accommodate up to six guests. There is a queen-size bed, a full bed, a twin bed, and a twin loft above. The cozy lofts feature feather down bed covers, and the master bedroom has a balcony. There is also a front porch with a swing by a sprouting pond, as well as a fire pit.
Guests should know the steps to the loft are steep, but there is a bedroom downstairs for small children or elderly if necessary. There is a gate to keep children off of the stairs, and there’s also a big pillow for safety at the bottom.
The cabin’s full bathroom is equipped with an antique claw-foot bathtub and sink, a toilet, and a combination tub/shower. There is also an outdoor shower.
The kitchen is equipped with a coffee maker, utensils, dishes, a dishwasher, a microwave, an oven, a fridge, a stove, and a toaster.
The downstairs part of the cabin, including the downstairs bedroom, is wheelchair accessible.
Please keep in mind this cabin was built using passive solar construction, which means it uses natural convection between rooms to heat and cool the entire cabin. This means that while all of the rooms are separated by walls, there is not total sound privacy. Additionally, the upper lofts are not sound-proof. The cabin’s in-floor radiant heat is set at 50 degrees, and it heats up slowly. For a quicker source of heat, glampers should use the wood stove. Read More
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Running water
- Towels provided
- Wheelchair access
- Wood-burning stove
Linens are provided at this glamping site, but guests should bring extra towels and beach towels. Six towels are provided.
There is a fire pit at this glamping site. Guests should bring their own fold-out chairs. They can also bring their own wood or buy it on the island. There is also a BBQ in a nearby park.
The nearby wooded meadows provide ample spots for camping or picnicking. There might be a herd of horses grazing throughout the 20-acre property, so guests are encouraged to bring carrots or apples if they’d like to interact with them.
For a fee, guests are welcome to use the pool, spa, and sauna at the Inn on Madeline Island, which is located in town.
Glampers should prepare to totally unplug while staying at this site. There is no TV, and while there is Wi-Fi, it can be a bit spotty. Cell phones don’t have reception at the cabin, but there is a telephone to receive calls and make local ones. Cell phones generally work in town.
Events can be held at this beautiful property on Madeline Island, and many people have chosen to have their wedding here.
Finally, there is enough space in the parking area for one RV or trailer.
- Dining room
- Fire pit
Guests must be at least 21 to rent this cabin.
Smoking is not allowed in this cabin.
This pet-friendly cabin rental has a pet fee of $30.
Caretakers can sometimes be found on the property, staying in the converted barn. Workers come from time to time to mow the lawn, take care of the horses, empty the holding tank, and generally take care of the property. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This beautiful cabin is located on Madeline Island, tucked away in the woods about two miles from Big Bay beach. Many people consider this to be the very best beach on the island, making it a truly ideal glamping location. The cabin itself is situated on 20 acres of land, and it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary to see horses grazing on the property or deer passing by. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Bird watching
This beautiful cabin rental on Madeline Island is about one mile from the Big Bay beach, and just seven miles from town.
Glampers can rent bikes, boats, kayaks, and canoes near the glamping site. They can also play tennis in town, or pay a small fee to use the pool and spa in town.