Check Out This Restored Lighthouse That You Can Stay in Michigan
When you think of booking a staycation, you think of a hotel or a house on Airbnb.
What if I told you that were more unique options for you?
Would you stay in a lighthouse on Lake Superior?
You can experience a whole new way of living without putting in a down payment or mortgage.
The Eagle River Lighthouse was built in 1855 to be the residence of the lighthouse keeper and his family.
In 1909, the lighthouse was decommissioned and sold to a private owner.
Now, you can stay in this lighthouse with no issues.
"Carefully restored 1850s lighthouse boasts 3000 square feet of living space including gourmet kitchen, library, 3 bedrooms, and 2 1/2 baths."
It is decked out for the entire family to enjoy.
"Everything our guests need, from linens to top-notch cooking equipment to a good read is waiting at the Eagle River Lighthouse."
Besides that the lighthouse, since it is near Eagle River, it is the perfect midway point for nature lovers.
If you love nature and waterfalls, the Eagle River Lighthouse might be where you want to rest your head.
You can learn more about the waterfalls at Eagle River Lighthouse here.
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