Beautiful Sunset Cabins
On Lake Superior
Established in the 30's upgraded continually
The Innkeepers is finaly ready for summer rentals check it out!!

From a one bedroom 300 sq ft Tiny home to a six bedroom 3200 sq ft Lodge Sunset Cabins has a cottage to suit your needs nestled on 7 Park like acres overlooking Lake Superior.
Well off the road and situated at least 50 apart for your privacy

Cabin 1 two bedrooms King Beds sleeps 4 total

Cabin 2 three bedrooms  Queen Beds Loft full bed sleeps 7 total

Cabin 3 one bedroom sleeps 2 total

Cabin 4 One bedroom King bed plus bunkhouse with King Bed sleeps 4 total

Inn Keepers Cottage Two bedrooms bed to be determined
sleeps 6 total

The Lodge 6 bedrooms six queen beds one full bed sleeps 12 maximum
Sunset Cabins
P.O.Box 278
​Grand Marais MI 49839
All linens included
Cable TV Flatscreens
Wireless Internet except Cabin #4
Paddle boats  for the pond
Fire pits and seating for every cabin
Stuff you need to know
To the Beach

I don't live on premise but can be found most days working around the resort
I'm basicaly two doors down if you should need anything just call

Summer months Late June through August are by the week only

Three night minimum the rest ofthe year.

I will take a shorter stay if you see an opening in the calendar for a night or two only, also last minute if you call the day before your arrival

Up to two dogs under 40 pounds are allowed please call if you have larger pooches
One more note of dogs 
A barking dog left in the cabin all day is a terrible experience for the rest of my guests seeking peace and quiet and won't be  a good fit for Sunset Cabins
Sorry I like cats but too many guests have allergies to them so they have to stay home

The Lodge and Innkeeprs Cottage are pet free

5 dollar per night or 30 per week pet fee 

Please be clean and leave the cabins and grounds as nice as you found them

No Smoking inside cottages
The resort is located on the banks of what was the Sucker river
Now closed off into a long pond.
There are boats you can use to cross and it does have Perch and Pike for fishing.

There is Lake Superior frontage and it is a 10 minute walk around the pond to get to the Lake because of hi water this year you will have to cross the river to gain access to the beach it is sandy.

The river is always changing  course and is also flowing into Lake Superior somwhere on the property
I may do online booking soon

As of now I still do it the old fashioned way.

I do like to talk with my guests and answerany questionsyou may have but no worries I won't keep you on the phone all day   

I will need your
cell phone number
email address
100 dollar deposit forthe cabins
300 dollar deposit for Lodge

Checks or credit cards are fine

Refundable with a  one month cancellation notice or if I am able to rerent it with a shorter notice

Balance is due upon arrival

Directions are easy just take a right on H58 off from M77 in Grand Marais and go a mile and  half to the east.
Please use GPS with caution it can direct you into the Park or lake Superior
Things to do
Whether you like to fish, hunt for rocks, or simply read a good book while relaxing on the beach, we've got it all for you to enjoy!  Our sugar sand beach is the perfect place to unwind and watch the big lake freighters pass by.  We are conveniently located close to snowmobile and cross country ski trails. 
Grand Marais is a four-season playground! We are the eastern gateway to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, where you can enjoy hiking, waterfalls, beaches, fishing, cross-country skiing, and historic lighthouses. If you enjoy walks and hiking, The North Country Trail runs right past our door. Right in town, we have four museums, a sheltered harbor, and numerous beaches for rock collecting and sunset viewing.
Or maybe you'd like to relax and enjoy the sunset with a good book. Whatever your mood, Grand Marais has the perfect place for you!
For complete information on our many attractions and activities, visit the Grand Marais Chamber of Commerce site.