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We really do hate to leave this type of review, though it will not be as harsh as some of them.
This was our first stay here (our last also) and we went because of the over-the-top reviews about a kindly host and fantastic food,...More
We stayed this summer (2017) and originally stayed in the early 90’s with other stays as well.
Sand Hills Lighthouse was rebuilt/restored some years ago by William Frabotta and his wife Eva (who passed at the lighthouse) sadly ending a 40+ year love story. We...More
My husband and I were planning a week travelling the coastline of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. While searching for places to visit, we found Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn. And, oh what a delightful find it was!!! There are no words to describe the charm...More
My husband and I have found a treasured place to visit (for the past 3 summers), and plan to visit next year! Our hostess, Mary, provided all we needed to recharge our batteries (and unplug).
We find that going to Sand Hills is like going...More
This lighthouse is very secluded and has perfect views of the lake. The owner, Mary is an amazing woman, and does everything including mowing the lawn! She is super sweet makes an amazing breakfast and evening dessert that you won't want to miss. This would...More
Yes. Small but comfortable enough. Bathroom would not be good for larger folks. It's tiny and the ceiling over the commode is very low. For most folks it's fine, better than a shared. It was quite dirty especially the... More
Yes. Small but comfortable enough. Bathroom would not be good for larger folks. It's tiny and the ceiling over the commode is very low. For most folks it's fine, better than a shared. It was quite dirty especially the shower when we stayed in it.
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Hmmm. Not positive - but they don't allow children and I saw no pets when we were there. You could phone their land line and ask. They don't do email or website. I can't picture them allowing a pet, but you never know.