PINE LODGE is a log home nestled in a lovely wooded area. A great quiet get-a-way. The main area displays a cozy living area. Two skylights flood the room with light. Large windows show off the outdoors where you may see wildlife, such as turkey and deer. There is a full kitchen. The spacious master bedroom looks out into the woods. The downstairs bath has a washer and dryer. The upstairs loft has 2 areas, one with a queen bed and sitting area and one with 2 twin beds. It also has a full bath.
“Pine Lodge was exactly what my wife and I needed for a relaxing weekend getaway. Daniel and his family were amazing hosts and they really made us feel at home. The cabin is quiet and secluded in the woods but just 15 minutes from the casino and many restaurants/shopping plazas. We recommend going to “The Diner” just 8 minutes down the road for breakfast. We will definitely be back again.”
The Historic home of Isaac Newton Shepherd; for whom the Village is named. This first floor Apt. A has large porch which overlooks Shepherd Bar and Restaurant, is adjacent to the Historic Power House, community park, and near the Historic Shepherd Rail Depot. A pool table with hard wood floors in the dining area combined with the all new furniture in the living area provide a comfortable area to relax and enjoy the view.
“This beautifully restored home is in the center of this cute little town of Shepard. Located near all your possible needs, there isn’t a reason you would have to drive or walk far for anything. The home is comfy and cozy! Perfect for a extended stay or just a night. I will definitely be back to stay again!”
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“We had such a great experience. This place is clean and homey. We love the fire place, the strong internet connection, all the antique items, the Abraham Lincoln memorabilia, that you feel like living in the forest even though it is only a very short distance to the main street, and the record player. Would always come back here when in this part of Michigan. Thank you Ben.”