Lexington Accommodations

Lexington is a village in Sanilac County in the U.S. state of Michigan. Lexington is considered to be part of the Thumb of Michigan. The Thumb is a region and a peninsula of Michigan, so named because the Lower Peninsula is shaped like a mitten; thus the Thumb is the area that looks like the thumb of the mitten. The Thumb is a sub region of the Flint/Tri-Cities region, and the Blue Water Area is a sub region of the Thumb. The accommodations, vacation rentals and condo rentals and in the village reflects the diversity of the county and visitors will find the owners and lodging equally charming.

In Lexington there's something to do for everyone. Stroll along the shoreline of Lake Huron, relax on a park bench, play a round of golf, take a break at a local coffee shop, cast a line at the marina, browse the unique specialty shops, set sail on Lake Huron, enjoy dinner at a local eatery, watch a show at the music theatre or the drive-in theater close by. Go swimming at the beach, rest after a day of play at vacation rental, condo rental or accommodation. Lexington offers visitors restful beauty, a gorgeous lake and plenty of things to keep you busy.

Lakeview Hills located in Lexington, just north of Port Huron, is a place like no other. Lakeview Hills is a glorious golf resort, with not one, but two courses. A mile from Lake Huron; spectacular views of one of Michigan's Great Lakes can be seen off several greens & tees, and were only 90 minutes from downtown Detroit. Lakeview Hills is perfectly suited for many events. With its serene surroundings, various accommodations and vacation rentals; two majestic golf courses and even a 16-lane bowling center all in one place.

Under 2 hours drive away is Flint, mostly known for being the birthplace of General Motors (GM). This town offers some worthwhile events including Flint Jazz Festival, Michigan Storytellers Festival, Crim Festival of Races and Back-To-The-Bricks (Car Show).

Bay City, 87mi north of Lexington, is well known in Mid-Michigan for its numerous festivals and celebrations which take place during the summer months. Among them are the River Roar, St. Stan's Polish Festival, the Independence Day Fireworks Festival, the Pig Gig Rib Roast, and the River of Time living history reenactment. Many of these events take place along one or more banks of the Saginaw River, often in Wenonah Park on the east bank or the larger Veterans Memorial Park on the west bank. Locally owned accommodation and vacation rentals options are available year round and to suit all budgets.

The Bay County Historical Museum, located on Washington Avenue, is the designated repository for the records of the Patrol Craft Sailors Association and also contains numerous displays on local and regional history. Over the past several years, the museum has expanded significantly. It is housed in the former armory building on Washington Avenue, adjacent to the historic City Hall.

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    Freeland: Vacation Rental
    • 5 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 10
    • #232411
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    Centrally located on 9+ acres on South Whidbey Island, the 5BR, 2BA farmhouse (sleeps 14) is minutes to the beach, shopping, and restaurants. Built in 1908, the large, updated home retains its original character - and keep an eye out for deer and bunnies. Centrally located on 9+ acres on South Whidbey Island, the 5BR, 2BA farmhouse (sleeps 14) is mere minutes to the beach, shopping, and restaurants. Escape the bustle of everyday life here - the perfect spot for families and friends to gather for intimate celebrations. Deer and bunny sighting are common, so keep an eye out for them on quiet mornings. INSIDE THE FARMHOUSE A 1908 charmer, this quaint farmhouse has seen several updates and additions throughout the years - the ideal home base for family reunions, getaways with friends, and once-in-a-lifetime gatherings. The natural beauty of the property will greet you at the driveway. Park by the apple tree and make your way to the set of stairs by the sunroom - a true standout feature at this home. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views of the pastoral property. Sit down for meals at the 6-person dining table, catch up with each while lounging on the comfy couch, or host your own movie marathon on the TV. When nights get chilly, fire up the gas fireplace, as you play the piano or challenge each other on at the air hockey table. A dining area inside the front door has a 4-person table for even more seating for larger groups. A formal living room offers additional seating and has a 42” flat-screen TV and fireplace. Just off the formal living room, the fully equipped kitchen has everything you’ll need to whip up meals and snacks for your hungry guests. Full-size appliances, ample counter space and extras like blender, coffeemaker and toaster make cooking a breeze. It also has an eat-in area with even more seating. Each of the 5 bedrooms has its own distinct flavor and lovely pastoral views (one even has a peek-a-boo beach view!), outfitted with comfortable furnishings and cozy beds. The first-floor master comes with a wrought-iron queen bed and a master bath with a walk-in shower. Another first-floor bedroom has a queen bed, closet and doors to the back deck. A washer and dryer is tucked away in the laundry room next to the powder room with sink and toilet. Upstairs, the 3rd bedroom has a queen bed and cozy armchair. The elegant 4th bedroom has a queen bed. In the 5th bedroom, a queen bed has neutral gray and white decor and the large windows offer a glimpse of the beach in the distance. Another full bath upstairs comes with a tub and shower combination and single vanity. THE LOCATION Several artists also call the property home, and you might catch them working the barn or studio. M-Bar-C Ranch, a 9-minute walk down the road, hosts children from the Forgotten Children’s Fun throughout the year and offers riding camps to the public in the summer. Gather up your beach gear and walk (24 minutes) or drive (3 minutes) down to Mutiny Bay, where you can spend the afternoon sunbathing, swimming and paddle-boarding. Freeland Park (4 minutes) is another great place for families to spend the day. Sit on the pier and watch the boats coming in and out of the waterways or burn off some energy on the kids’ playground. It also has picnic areas and walking trails. Spend the day delving into history at Fort Casey (20 minutes). While there, check out the lighthouse, do some saltwater fishing and hike the walking trails.

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