Modern Living with Rustic Roots

In Northern Michigan the transition from summer to fall begins to whisper with the changing, rustling leaves and cool breezes. What you’ll also find in places like Northern Michigan is that log cabins are not a thing of the past. Modern amenities reside comfortably alongside a rustic ascetic.

Boyne Mountain Resorts has become known across the country for their well-appointed cabins designed to connect families with nature and one another. Tucked away among the birch and pine, Boyne Mountain Resorts’ cabins feature open floor plans and warm lighting to create a rustic elegance that’s complemented by stone fireplaces and bubbling hot tubs.

Resort founders Everett and Lois Kircher partnered with Town + Country Cedar Homes to design Adirondack-style homes that would provide year-round comfort and access to a variety of outdoor seasonal activities ranging from hiking and skiing to golf. Constructed of White Cedar logs, the three story, 1,900 square-foot log homes each have three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Town + Country’s design separates the bedrooms and bathrooms from the combined living and dining area to provide guests with privacy as well as ample space for gathering with family and friends.

Together, Boyne Mountain Resorts and Town + Country Cedar Homes have made cabin fever a positive experience with their rustic-meets-modern getaway.

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