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These Michigan AirBnBs are on everyone's wish lists

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By Emily Bingham | [email protected]

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If you're one of those vacation planners for whom "where are we staying?" is just as important a question as "where are we going?" then here's a list for you. We asked the folks at AirBnB to send over a list of the Michigan rentals most commonly saved to AirBnB users' wish lists, just to see which places people are eyeing for escapes in the Great Lakes State.

And the results might surprise you: The listings range in location from the heart of Detroit to the shores of Lake Superior, and in price from less than $100/night to just shy of $300 night. The commonality across all these listings, though, is that they're each worthy of a trip just for the homes themselves -- though the killer locations are pretty great, too.

Read on to see which Michigan AirBnB listings top people's AirBnB wish lists:

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"The Love Shack"

Location: Marquette

Cost: About $85/night

Sleeps: Two guests

This tiny house on the shores of Lake Superior is the top most "wish listed" property in Michigan -- and it's ranked with five stars, with more than 100 reviews. Guests rave about the sunrises, the stars, the sauna, and, of course, the views.

Full listing here

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"The Love Shack"

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Wayfarer Treehouse

Location: Lake Leelanau

Cost: About $289/night

Sleeps: Six guests

This "Scandinavian modern" home nestled within the woods of Leelanau County -- arguably the state's largest wine region -- offers lots of cozy details and lake access within walking disance.  Leland, Suttons Bay, Northport, and Lake Leelanau are all nearby, as are hiking trails, wineries, beaches, and all the best Northwest Michigan has to offer.

Full listing here

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Wayfarer Treehouse

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Wayfarer Treehouse

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25 adorable tiny houses to rent in Michigan

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Pere Marquette Riverfront Cabin

Location: Baldwin

Cost: About $150/night

Sleeps: Four guests

There's no TV or internet at this Craftsman-style cabin, but you likely won't miss it: The cabin is steps from the Pere Marquette River, and one can imagine easily whiling away entire days on the water. In the reviews, guests note the peace, solitude, and other pluses like easy check-in/check-out.

Full listing here

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Pere Marquette Riverfront Cabin

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Pere Marquette Riverfront Cabin

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Log cabin on the bay

Location: Suttons Bay

Cost: About $249/night

Sleeps: 10 guests

This spacious log cabin with private waterfront along Grand Traverse Bay would make a great spot to host a weekend hang with friends, or an escape with some extended family. Reviewers loved the views, the big kitchen, the deck, and beachfront, and the fact that the place comes fully equipped for a comfy stay: "They have thought of everything," one reviewer noted.

Full listing here

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Suttons Bay log cabin

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Suttons Bay log cabin

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29 cozy Michigan cabins to rent for a winter getaway

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Lakefront cabin near the dunes

Location: Honor

Cost: About $120/night

Sleeps: Six guests

This cute family cottage on Little Platte Lake puts you just minutes from Lake Michigan and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Little Platte itself is excellent for fishing, paddling and wildlife watching -- the listing suggests keeping eyes peeled for bald eagles and loons.

Full listing here

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Lakefront cabin near the dunes

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Lakefront cabin near the dunes

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"Little Paris" loft

Location: Detroit

Cost: About $139/night

Sleeps: Four guests

A stunner of a studio loft located in Detroit's historic Brush Park neighborhood, once known as "Little Paris." The loft is centrally located to many highlights in the city, plus it features a private terrace overlooking the downtown skyline.

Full listing here

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Modern Leelanau farmhouse

Location: Northport

Cost: $239

Sleeps: Six guests

A gorgeous, fully updated 1900's farmhouse at the northern tip of Leelanau County. Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, sauna with rain shower, radiant floor heat, an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, plus proximity to wineries, beaches, and all of Leelanau's sweet little towns.

Full listing here

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Modern Leelanau farmhouse

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These 7 unique Michigan rentals are just right for your next group vacation

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Just because winter is the darkest, coldest time of year in Michigan doesn’t mean it has to be bleak. This year, more than ever, we’re thinking that planning some winter getaways might be a nice way to stave off the seasonal blues.

To help you start daydreaming about cozy cold-weather weekends, we’ve rounded up a dozen Michigan vacation rental cabins and cottages that stay open through the winter, with an emphasis on smaller spaces more fitting for the type of travel many folks are leaning toward this year (such as solo, single households, and small quarantine pods).

The following listings all had dates available for winter 2020-2021 at the time of publication. Be sure to fully read all listings for any special guidelines for winter visits, or contact the host with questions. As always, listings are subject to changes in availability and pricing. More Michigan listings are available at Airbnb.com.

Chocolay River Cabin

Chocolay River Cabin in Marquette: A hand-hewn log cabin on the Chocolay River, five miles from snowmobile trails and with an outdoor electric sauna and fire pit to boot. One bedroom, one bath, sleeps two guests. $70/night. Full listing here

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“The Lily Pad” in Au Train: A sweet log cabin on the AuTrain river, a short distance from Lake Superior, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and snowmobile trails. A natural gas fireplace ups the cozy factor. One bedroom, one bath, sleeps two guests. $150/night. Full listing here

Michigan cozy cabins

“Paradise View” in Paradise: This cabin is situated on Whitefish Bay in Paradise, 14 miles from Tahquamenon Falls State Park -- a particularly stunning winter destination. Warm up after a snowshoeing expedition by the fireplace or in the Jacuzzi tub. Two bedrooms. 2.5 baths, sleeps four guests. $293/night. Full listing here

Blue Cabin

“The Clevelander” in Manistique: This rustic charmer is one of 11 updated log cabins built in the 1920′s that now comprise Hovey’s Bear Trap on Indian Lake in Manistique. Tuck into this sweet cabin for a weekend of snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing or ice fishing. Two bedrooms, one bath, sleeps four guests. $115/night. Full listing here

Aframe Michigan

“Fernside” A-frame in Indian River: When wrapped in winter, this A-frame along the Sturgeon River looks fit for a snow globe (see top image here). The interior, a mix of modern and classic design, is stunning, too. Two bedrooms, one bath. Sleeps four guests. $190/night. Full listing here

Cool Creek Cabin

“Cool Creek Cabin” in Irons: Situated on 10 acres in Manistee National Forest, this cabin offers access to tons of great trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing -- including the 38-mile Big M trail system. One bedroom, one bathroom. Sleeps two guests. $95/night. Full listing here.

Cabin in Watervliet, Mich.

“Riverview” cabin in Watervliet: This dog-friendly cabin in southwest Michigan sits on 150 acres with 2.3 miles of river frontage and abundant wildlife, including nesting bald eagles. Amenities include a firepit and a Jacuzzi tub. Studio with one bath. Sleeps four guests. $110/night. Full listing here

Timberframe cabin

Lakeside timberframe cabin in Galesburg: This architecturally stunning lakeside cabin boasts a private setting but is only 15 minutes from downtown Kalamazoo. Guest reviews rave about the cabin’s beauty and thoughtful design. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms. Sleeps four guests. $152/night. Full listing here

Indian River cabin

“The River’s Edge” cabin in Indian River: A sweet cabin sitting directly on the Indian River, this spot offers an amenity that can be tough to score at vacation rentals: A year-round outdoor hot tub. Two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms. Sleeps six guests. $160/night. Full listing here

Winter cabin High Pines

“High Pines and Sacred Garden” in Big Bay: It’s clear from the detailed listing and earnest guest reviews that this off-the-grid log cabin in the rugged Huron Mountains is extremely special -- and also requires the right mindset from visitors, especially in the winter. Three bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms. Sleeps eight guests. $175/night. Full listing here

Chalet

“The Chalet” in Charlevoix: This romantic spot is one of area’s nearly two dozen whimsical “mushroom houses” built by the late local architect Earl Young. Enjoy the unique character of the home itself, as well as its proximity to darling downtown Charlevoix. Two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms. Sleeps five guests. $271/night. Full listing here

Tiny house Michigan

Cabin in Carp Lake: This darling cabin sits on five acres at the end of a dead-end road. Its location puts you in a prime spot to enjoy The Headlands, Michigan’s first International Dark Sky Park. The space is a studio with two beds, one bathroom. Sleeps four guests. $133/night. Full listing here

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Cabin Rentals in Michigan

Escaping to a cabin for a little R&R might be just the Michigan family vacation you need.

Renting a cabin is really easy these days, thanks to platforms like VRBO and Airbnb. But, because differences between properties and hosts can be great, booking via these websites requires more attention to detail than, say, booking a hotel room.

Rent a cabin in the fall to catch the fall colors. Rent a cabin in the summertime to enjoy nearby beaches. Perhaps the cabin rental you find will provide fishing or boating opportunities. Cabin rentals in Michigan in the winter might just let you try snowmobiling, snowshoeing, or skiing for the first time.

According to the dictionary, a cabin is a small shelter or house, made of wood and situated in a wild or remote area. 

The types of lodgings that made our list are on the rustic side, sometimes log-built structures, usually smaller in nature. We’ll be putting out a list of cottages rentals soon – so if that’s your style, stay tuned.

*As an Airbnb and VRBO Associate, we may earn a fee when you book using the links below.

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