Description of Glamping Units
Guests can find this dog-friendly cabin on beautiful Madeline Island in Wisconsin, and it was built from century-old barn wood. The cabin is beautifully decorated, and the interior has a homey yet beachy feel with all the luxuries guests might need. The cabin sleeps up to six people with one queen-sized bed, one full-sized bed, one twin-sized bed, and a twin-sized loft bed with a feather down bed cover. The master bedroom has a balcony for guests to admire the truly exquisite views whatever time of day they wish. Guests should be aware that the steps to the loft are steep, but there is a bedroom downstairs for the little ones or elderly if necessary that is also wheelchair accessible. The stairs have a gate in front of them so children cannot access them, and there is a big pillow for safety at the bottom.
The main bathroom has an antique claw-foot bathtub for guests to enjoy a luxurious soak, as well as a sink and a combination tub/shower. There is also an outdoor shower for the warmer months. The fully-equipped kitchen has everything guests need to whip up a delicious, home-cooked meal. The amenities include a coffeemaker, a dishwasher, a microwave, an oven, a fridge, a stove, a toaster, and all the cookware required. Guests and their pets can relax on the front porch, which has a swing by a sprouting pond. This allows guests to read a good book while listening to the tranquil sounds of the water and pets to enjoy the light wind while they drift off to sleep. There is also a fire pit outside to cozy up by on cooler nights.
Guests should be aware that the cabin was built using passive solar construction, meaning it uses natural convection between the rooms to cool and heat the accommodation. The cabin's in-floor radiant heat is set to 50 degrees, and it heats up slowly. If guests need heat instantly, they should use the wood stove. Read More
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Running water
- Towels provided
- Wheelchair access
- Wood-burning stove
Guests do not need to bring their own linens, but they should bring their own extra towels.
The fire pit is available for all guests. However, they should bring their own chairs and wood. There is also a BBQ in a nearby park to cook on.
There is no TV at this site, and cell phones do not get reception. Guests are encouraged to unplug and relax, but there is Wi-Fi for those who want to keep connected.
There is enough space in the parking area for one RV or trailer.
- Dining room
- Fire pit
Pets are given a warm welcome for a small fee of $30.
Guests are asked not to smoke in their accommodation as there is a strict non-smoking policy, and guests must be at least 21 years old to rent the cabin.
Caretakers are often on site to take care of the lawns and horses and to generally take care of the beautiful 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.
This pet-friendly site also hosts events and weddings, which are very popular on this beautiful property.
For those who are looking for some R&R, they can retreat to the nearby town and pay a small fee for the use of the pool, spa, and sauna.
- Bird watching
Big Bay Town Park is just a 15-minute walk away, and it has plenty to do, such as canoeing, fishing, kayaking, and swimming. Guests can also rent bikes, boats, kayaks, and canoes near the glamping site. For those who would rather have their feet firmly on the ground, there are many nearby wooded meadows for hiking. Pets will be in their element as they play in the local wildlife and follow trails for miles while their owners are in awe of the beautiful setting. Then, guests can perhaps stop off for a picnic and be surrounded by horses grazing.