Northwind Cottage #2 – 3 Bedroom Nestled in the cedars,…
A little piece of Ephraim can be yours to enjoy. This charming cottage has been fully remodeled and freshly painted. You will find new hardwood floors, new kitchen cabinets with granite counter tops and all new appliances. Located in Ephraim’s historic district with glimpses of Eagle Harbor from the kitchen and living room, this cottage invites you to settle into Door County’s pace and charm; linger over breakfast in the sun room, on the front porch or in the backyard, or take a short walk to the waterfront and all else that Ephraim offers, such as Sunday evening family sing-alongs during the summer. Enjoy the quiet of beautiful Door County evenings and catch up on your reading or sleeping. If you must connect with home and the outside world, there is technology in the cottage to do so, but we hope you won’t miss any opportunities to explore Door County’s natural abundance.
The cottage is simply and tastefully furnished, with plenty of natural light and color. You will find the basics you will need to be comfortable, without too much clutter. A picnic basket sits ready by the back door. Whether you have long dreamed of staying in a little white cottage in Door County’s most picturesque community, or are visiting for the first time, you are welcome at Cedar Glen.
Bedrooms: 2, King, Queen
Max Occupancy: 4
Internet: Yes, Wireless
Air Conditioning: Yes, Central
Fire Pit: No
Peak Season Rates, June 19 – Aug 14
$1600/week – Full weeks only with a Saturday turnover
**Additional cleaning fee per reservation
***11% tax extra (5.5% sales, 5.5% room)
All stays during peak season less than 1 week or overlapping designated turnover day are subject to approval.
Floor Plan Description
Go up three steps onto the cozy front porch; enter into the bright living room of Cedar Glen. Immediately upon entering to your left is the king bedroom, while the second door to your left is the queen bedroom. The kitchen is straight ahead, which has a table for four. The bathroom is to your left from the kitchen; it has a shower stall only (no tub) and a closet with the washer/dryer. The four season porch is straight through the kitchen and down four steps, and has a door to the backyard.