You Can Stay in This Historic Michigan Lighthouse That Was Built in 1855
I have personally never stayed at an Airbnb, but after seeing this outstanding offering, that may change. I did a story on Copper Harbor Michigan a few weeks ago, and this beautiful lighthouse is just a couple small towns west of Copper Harbor. The scenery in this area will make you feel like you are in another world. And you are, it is the northern most part of Michigan surrounded by Lake Superior. This is the UP! It would be about a nine-hour drive from Lansing.
This property is also a lighthouse built in 1855. The views and scenery have not changed, but the lighthouse and home were remodeled at the turn of the century into the awesome spa like environment it presents now. You will find a gorgeous interior that opens into a four-season sunroom, along with a wraparound deck with beautiful Superior views. Curl up on oversized sofas and take in the lake breezes, enjoy meals in the gourmet kitchen.
There is a lot of recreational activity close by with miles of Lake Superior Beach and ATV/Snowmobile trails. Enjoy dining at the Fitz, and Eagle River Falls. This property is incredibly unique in its history and presentation. Originally when this lighthouse was built it housed the light keeper and family, but was decommissioned in 1909 and sold into private ownership.
Renting this 3-bedroom 2.5 bath property would be a dream, from June 15th to August 31st its weekly rentals only, and it is $500 per night. Exploring the rest of Keweenaw County is simple, within 30 minutes you can be riding on the world class bike trails of Copper harbor, skiing or hiking in the woods on trails for all experience levels. The house includes Super host Jan who will be close by to help with any needs or questions. Provided in the house are guides, books, and suggestions on all the tourist attractions in Keweenaw.