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Tall Pine Retreat, Fish Creek, WI
 

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ABOUT

Welcome to Tall Pine Retreat, built in 1964, on over two acres of woodland, this retreat has been owned by one family and has been passed down generation to generation. A family home that was once an "A-Frame," has had two additions and has had many recent renovations and modern upgrades while at the same time keeping the cozy cottage feeling.

This beautiful home is secluded in the deep woods of Fish Creek. Our home has 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 7 bed's allowing us to sleep up to 10 guests. 

 

Sleep away from the hustle and bustle of 'downtown' Fish Creek, in our quiet cottage located walking distance from Peninsula State Park, as well as downtown Fish Creek. Build a campfire in the fire pit and roast some marshmallows until late in the evening. Whatever your pleasure, our cottage offers privacy, peace and relaxation.

The Master Bedroom is located up the spiral staircase on the second floor. The Master and second "Peak Bedroom" shares a full bathroom (renovated spring of 2022) with a tub. Located off the living room are two bedrooms. A large bedroom "The Twin Bedroom" has a twin bed as well as a full size bed and makes a perfect retreat for adults or kids with enough space to have their own play area. The second "Queen Bedroom" features a queen size bed. A full bathroom (renovated winter of 2020) with a shower, washer and dryer is on the first floor. All towels and linens are provided.

The Kitchen comes with the basics; pots and pans, silverware, utensils, coffee maker, toaster, refrigerator/freezer, microwave and an electric oven/range. Basically stated, the necessities to make a few home cooked meals but nothing you'll be seeing on the Food Network (ha-ha). Outside we have a basic propane Weber grill, located on the porch, in case you want bar-b-que. This grill has a natural gas hookup so you will never have to worry about not having enough propane.

 

An new outdoor patio (added spring of 2022) with a firepit, relaxing lighting, and Adirondack chairs makes for a great evening of laughing, telling stories, jokes, and of course making SMORES!!!

The central location of the cottage makes a great home base for day trips to Ephraim (4 miles), Egg Harbor (7 Miles), Baileys Harbor (8 miles), and Sister Bay (8 miles). It also provides a great location for touring Door County on Bicycle.

 

If water sports and boating are calling you to Door County, we have plenty of room to park most boat trailers. Again, our central location makes for short trips to public access ramps.

Amenities

Essentials, Cleaning products, Cooking basics, Dedicated workspace, Dishes and silverware, Washer, Dryer, Hair dryer, Heating, Kitchen, TV, High Speed WIFI, Body soap, Conditioner, Shampoo, Shower gel, Bed linens, Clothing storage, Drying rack for clothing, Extra pillows and blankets, Hangers, Iron, Room-darkening shades, Pack ’n Play/travel crib, Ceiling fan's in each room, Indoor fireplace, Portable fans, Carbon monoxide alarm, Smoke Alarm, Fire extinguisher, 

Barbecue utensils, Coffee maker, Dining table, Refrigerator/Freezer, Microwave, 

Stove. Toaster, Backyard, BBQ grill, Fire pit, Outdoor furniture, Patio or balcony

 

GALLERY

 

THINGS TO DO

Door County Trolley, Premier Wine Tour

Enjoy the VIP wine tasting experience as we tour the Midwest Wine Region that is Door County. Guests will take part in wine tastings at 3 award winning wineries (for red wines, white wines, ports and ciders). Top it all off with a chef prepared lunch. Whether you are a first time visitor, wine novice or connoisseur, you’re sure to have fun! Must be 21 years old. Book today at https://doorcountytrolley.com/premier-wine-tour/

History and Culture

 

Door County has a rich history on water and land. The peninsula is steeped in the stories of the first people to arrive here, including Native Americans and European settlers who fell in love with the beauty and natural bounty of the county.

While the community has evolved tremendously in the decades since it first attracted tourists in the late 1800s, the traditions of those early settlers are still celebrated and witnessed in communities throughout Door County. 

https://www.doorcounty.com/history-culture/

Boating, Sailing & Paddling

Whether you’re an angler, a sailor, a paddler, a devout canoeist, or a family looking to get its feet wet for the first time, Door County has a way to get you on the waters surrounding the peninsula and its 34 islands. Nearly 300 miles of Door County shoreline mean the opportunities to get on the water are endless. Most of the county’s waterfront towns and villages offer docks and marinas with public slips or places to rent a boat.

https://www.doorcounty.com/experience/boating-sailing-paddling/

Adventure

 

Adventure is around every bend in Door County. If you’re looking for a land adventure, visit the back roads by motorcycle, check out some of the best hiking trails in Wisconsin, or traverse the many miles of wilderness trails by snowmobile. If you’re looking for water adventures, try scuba-diving explorations of shipwrecks or kayaking to Rock Island. Choose your own adventure, starting now.

https://www.doorcounty.com/adventure/

Food

 

Door County’s culinary influences may date back to the 1800s when Icelandic, Scandinavian, and European settlers began immigrating here, but the region’s position as a Midwestern culinary powerhouse is only a development of the last few decades. These days, you can find everything up here from kid-friendly fast-casual spots to classic Wisconsin supper clubs to pubs serving gourmet burgers and wings to fine-dining restaurants embracing the latest in global food trends.

https://www.doorcounty.com/dine/

Shopping

 

Every town in Door County offers its own specialty stores with an endless number of artisan goods, art, food, and more, often inspired the natural scenery and eclectic mix of people found up here.

Visitors can expect galleries, boutiques, gift shops, and specialty grocery stores all within walking distance of each other, and the diverse stock of stores makes this area the perfect place to find gifts for all occasions, especially around the holiday season.

https://www.doorcounty.com/experience/boutiques-retail-specialty-goods/

GUEST REVIEW

Wow. Kevin and Michelle are amazing hosts, they communicated about everything at the cabin, around the area, and were always quick with responses about any questions I had. I was blown away by the cabin, both the cleanliness and the woods it's surrounded by. You seriously won't be disappointed booking this cute place! It's spacious and even without AC, stays cool under the trees and with all the house fans. Just perfect.