at Au Train Lake
outfitted rustic cedar
cottage features a
beautiful pine interior with cathedral ceiling,
maple floors, Oriental carpets, and terra cotta tile.
Full length draperies. Comfortable furnishings include Lloyd Loom chaise
and rocking chair, oak writing desk. Original art, reading materials, and DVDs.
Cable TV and internet access.
The Museum Cottage is completely booked for 2015.
Four poster bed
with Egyptian cotton sheets, down comforter,
elegant coverlet, ample pillows provide luxurious
nights and extended morning.
Complete kitchen with full-sized appliances,
refrigerator, electric stove, microwave, cooking and baking gear, coffee maker, coffee bean
grinder, linens, flatware, china, serving dishes, wine glasses, coffee mugs, four slice toaster, blender, flower vases,
and clean-up supplies.
Lovely flower and herb filled boxes at the kitchen windows.
Outdoor charcoal grill.
Private bath with shower.
Thick Turkish towels, amenities, and robes.
Enjoy sunning on the deck, reading on the
front porch, intimate meals at the round oak table,
fireside DVDs/videos, cable TV and internet.
Lavender lined front walkway.
Museum Cottage at
Au Train Lake
Ideal for one or two
guests; wonderful private retreat. (Honeymooners
and anniversary couples remain a specialty.)
Reservations available Mid-May thru
Museum Cottage: $800/week
Three night minimum Cottage stay:
Review objective guest
comments at Trip Advisor.
Green Exclusive use of CLFs, outdoor solar lights. Recycle
bins for plastic, paper, glass, metal. Sustainable bamboo
flooring. Eco-Shake roofs. High efficiency gas furnace/gas
fireplace. Paper-less on-line reservations and advertising.
Biodegradable, nontoxic cleaning and laundry products. Well
designed low-flow shower heads. On demand hot water heater.
Refillable soap dispensers. Quality cotton bed linens and
towels. Herb garden, apple trees. No gardening pesticides.
Rain barrel to collect and use rainwater. Use of local eggs,
berries, fruit, whitefish, and other seasonal local
Au Train Lake B&B
Sparkling fresh and relaxed, the Au Train Lake
B&B's light filled rooms gleam with water,
meadow and forest views. The common areas feature seriously
comfortable furnishings, maple floors with Oriental carpets, old stained glass, reading materials and local reference
books to help identify the flora and fauna.
The first floor
wrap-around deck allows views of great blue herons on
Paulson Pond, eagles flying overhead, and deer gliding thru
Early summer morning at Paulson Lake
features only one wonderfully comfortable room with an attached bathroom and large private deck. A generous continental breakfast is available each morning in the first floor dining area and includes cereals, granola, yogurt, seasonal fresh fruit and melon, teas, juice and fragrant coffee from freshly ground beans.
Dawns and sunsets over
AuTrain Lake and Paulson Lake viewed from large
private deck or while relaxed in Lloyd Loom wicker
chairs. Oak writing table, armoire. Panoramic
windows offer an expansive view of Paulson Lake, Au Train
Lake, meadow, and forest views. Lofty ceiling set
off by clerestory windows.
Spacious second floor
room with queen bed features fine
Egyptian cotton sheets, down comforter, ample
pillows. Robes, amenities, plus thick Turkish
towels. Private bath.
Particulars and Details
Please call 510-919-0688 or
for reservations and
- * The Museum Cottage is $135.00 per night, three-night minimum, plus 6
percent Michigan tax, for one or two guests.
- * In the B&B, the Paulson Pond Room is
$135/night for one or two guests, 3-night minimum, and includes a generous Continental breakfast in the morning.
- * Check-in is after 4:00 PM and check-out is
before 10:00 AM. Later check-in times can be
- * Deposit of at least half of total rate minus the
tax requested at time of reservation.
- * Balance of total amount including tax is due at
or prior to arrival.
- * Personal or corporate check or cash preferred.
- * Regretfully, accommodations for pets are not
- * There is a comfortable outside smoking
- *The B&B guest room is in the Residence,
private from the Museum Cottage and Paulson
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation request
received at least 15 days prior to the first day of
the reservation date will be canceled in full, less a
$50.00 per room cancellation fee. Any cancellation,
partial or full, received less than 15 days prior to
the check-in date will be charged for the entire stay
unless the room is re-booked. Balance of total
amount including tax is due prior to or at
arrival. There are no refunds for early
departure. Due to our intimate size, short
notice cancellations affect us
additional information for the Au Train Lake B & B and the Museum
Must Do in Au Train
Road is the ideal country road for running, cycling
and walking. Meandering AuTrain River is a sandy
bottomed, warm, wide river excellent for canoe
trips. (Rentals available at reasonable rates.) The
river empties into nearby Lake Superior at AuTrain
village with miles of clean, sandy beaches
with warm water river swimming or
brisk Lake waters. Brownstone Inn for
lunch and dinner. Woodsy walks,
glimmering moonrises over the Lake. Pictured
Rocks National Lakeshore and boat trip, pristine
Grand Island National Recreation Area for mountain
biking, hiking or guided bus tour, many easily
accessible waterfalls, SCUBA or glass bottom boat
tours of Underwater Preserve, Sand Point Marsh
Trail, Kewadin Casino, try Lake Superior charter
fishing, or visit the Seney Wildlife Preserve.
Starry Nights. Brilliant Days.
The southeast end of AuTrain
Lake features a sandy beach, boat ramp,
wildlife viewing tower and the Songbird Trail.
Nearby AuTrain Falls is a beautiful cascade of water flowing down
an exposed sandstone hillside. Miles of biking,
walking and running are available on unpaved roads
Lake Superior at north side of Grand Island
Stormy Lake Superior at Au Train
Recreation in the Au Train and Munising Area
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