15 scenic Michigan Airbnb rentals worthy of your spring getaway

Spring has sprung and, if you're like us, you have an itch that needs scratching. No, it's not one that requires medical…

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Bohemian Artist Cabin in Traverse City
    2 guests, 1 bedrooms, 2 beds, 1 baths
    $400 per night
    We're gonna namaste right here at this secluded cabin in Traverse City. Bohemian, tranquil, and surrounded by 10 acres of rolling hills and lush greenery, this home — referred to as “the snug” —  is handcrafted by artists and features ceramics and other art by women and artists from marginalized communities. Though the home is best for two people as its only 600 sqft, the tall ceilings, windows, and meticulously designed and decorated interior gives the illusion of more space. To amp up the rustic factor, the home has an outdoor shower, outhouse, firepit, and a stellar elevated porch.
    Photos via Airbnb.com
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25 Michigan cottages, cabins, and lodges to rent for a cozy fall getaway

From tiny cottages to sprawling lodges, these Airbnb rentals are perfect for a getaway in the Michigan wilderness. Grab some family or…

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The Royal Stag Lodge (Grayling)
    16+ guests, 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
    $1,043 per night 
    Dating to the 1940s, this one-of-a-kind spot has exposed beams, custom metal railings, mounted animal heads, and authentic pelts. 
    Photo via Airbnb
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10 Michigan Airbnb rentals worthy of your next vacation

Let’s be honest — you’ve been dreaming of a getaway long before winter reared her ugly head nearly six months ago. Whether…

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 Kardashian Kove: River Morris Estate
    24 guests, 6 bedrooms, 6 beds, 6 baths
    $1,650 per night 
    Forget Keeping Up With The Kardashians — how about living like one! This is one hell of an estate and ups the ante on living the suite life. The historic 16,000 sqft estate in Niles, MI was built by E.M Morris  who believed in reforestation and planted hundreds of thousands of trees on over 500 acres, the working farm provides a rural, secluded retreat just minutes from stores, shopping, dining, and Lake Michigan beaches and wineries. Sophistication at its finest, the property includes a riverfront patio, campfire pavillion, and a stocked basement full of arcade games, pinball, and toys.
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