10 cozy AF Michigan Airbnb rentals with hot tubs and fireplaces

You won't be rolling your eyes at the standard-issue “Live. Laugh. Love.” wall art when you're taking Zoom meetings from a hot…

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Luxury cottage at Meemo’s Farm
    4 guests, 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, 2 baths
    $300 per night
    OK — so this log cottage has an outdoor fireplace next to an outdoor hot tub? Sign us up. A luxurious escape from the woes of daily life, this cottage overlooks a private lake and has all the amenities one might need to unplug, destress, and soak until you become a prune person.  
    Photos via Airbnb.com
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10 Michigan Airbnbs where you can have a warm winter getaway

Winter is upon us, so it's time to wrap ourselves in blankets and wait for the sun to shine again. These cozy…

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Lake Michigan Beach House
    This modern, cabin-style beach house faces Lake Michigan. You can go to the beach and enjoy the large backyard while looking at the stars in the secluded part of the state.
    
    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…

By Metro Times Staff

 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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14 island getaways you can (and should) take near Michigan

For the times you want the island life without the chlorine pool and overly sweet cocktails. By Michael Milhim

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Gross Ile
    Finally, we have an island in the metro area! Maybe this isn't far enough away for you to consider it a vacation, but maybe it can be your new weekend walking place instead -- a personal weekly vacation. Take Jefferson downriver to get to this metro area extension.
    
    Photo via the Gross Ile Township Facebook
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