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favorite_borderGlen Arbor: Condo1 BDR • 1 BA • Sleeps 4 • #257657139 to 169 USD/nightEverything that “up north” should be - Our condo is clean, comfortable and conveniently located on the property of the Homestead Resort. This means you are just minutes from the beach, bike trail, groomed hiking and ski trails and the ski village. Just down the road is quaint Glen Arbor, Glen Lakes and the Sleeping Bear Dunes. Glen Arbor offers resort shopping and a choice of delightful restaurants. Spend an afternoon boating crystal clear Glen Lake or kayaking the Crystal River. A trip up north wouldn’t be complete without the challenge of climbing the Sleeping Bear Dunes or a visit to “fish town,” Leland. The new Heritage trail is perfect for a bike ride or stroll. From our villa you are just a scenic drive to all the other Leland Peninsula treasures - orchards, vineyards, golf courses, historic sites, casino, breweries and wineries. Come be our Guests. Tucked in the north woods, renters comment on how private, clean and contemporary our villa is. Easy 3-step entry welcomes you to relax. Start the morning with the birds and a cup of coffee on our wooden deck. After a walk through the woods, a day at the beach, a game of golf or a drive around the peninsula, return to our air conditioned villa for an evening of relaxation. Visiting in the cooler months. Settle down to a fire in the fireplace and a good movie on the DVD player. Ready for bed, tuck yourself into comfort in our king-size sleigh bed and dream of returning. Glen Arbor: Just 40 minutes east of Traverse City, nestled on the shores of Lake MI, it’s a destination spot in all seasons. Summer attracts boaters, swimmers, hikers, golfers, dune climbers, cyclists and sun worshipers. There are plenty of restaurants. The shop doors are open enticing you to buy everything from cherry wine to carved cherry wood tables. Plan accordingly and you can catch an art, polka or jazz festival. Fall brings a quietness to the town. It’s a perfect time to take a color tour, catch a game of golf or walk through a number of groomed trails. Perhaps you’ll spot a deer, porcupine, red fox or raccoon. Winter fun begins on the down-hill slopes or cross-country trails. When spring arrives, everyone celebrates by hunting Morrell mushrooms and spotting Trillium as they poke through the winter leaves. Come, be our guests.