Elegant tent camping, warm and inviting offers a lovely relaxing time. The tent is off the grid, spacious, light and airy. A comfy bed with soft night noises of crickets and bullfrogs will lull you to sleep. In the morning a riot of bird songs will greet you. The tent is set on twenty acres of private land with forests. The tent is in a private setting next to the fore
Elegant tent camping, warm and inviting offers a lovely relaxing time. The tent is off the grid, spacious, light and airy. A comfy bed with soft night noises of crickets and bullfrogs will lull you to sleep. In the morning a riot of bird songs will greet you. The tent is set on twenty acres of private land with forests. The tent is in a private setting next to the forest on a grassy area overlooking a pasture. In the distance there is picturesque barn with an orchard. The tent has a bed, wicker chairs, cutlery and plates and bowls for four, teapot, wood stove, and shade tent. The shade tent offers a lovely sitting space for reading, cooking, eating, or for doing yoga. A propane griddle is perfect for cooking anything directly on it or with the pots, coffee pot, and pans that are provided. There is also a composting toilet, mirror, and extra water. people. Two people may stay in the tent. Up to two children may be in in sleeping bags on the tent floor for a fee. There is plenty to do in the area. If you are looking for small town life Fennville is a great fit. It hosts the homey, Root Cafe, with its art gallery, and upscale Salt of the Earth restaurant. Saugatuck Dunes State Park has hiking trails, beaches, and a historic home, the Felt Mansion. Saugatuck and Douglass both have lovely art galleries, cute downtowns,, a marinas, and delicious restaurants. The big city of Holland is twenty minutes north and has Windmill Island, Dutch Village, a cute downtown, craft beers, and beaches as well.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
No bikes are available but lots of country roads are and bike trails are in the area.
Lake Michigan is a few miles away for you to take your boat to.
A bit in our stream but Lake Michigan and Kollen Park in Holland are better.
Saugatuck Dunes State Park
Rental at other places.
Lake Michigan, Holland
Deer and muskrat on the land. An abundance of many birds, geese, sandhill cranes. We hear coyotes at night. There are many many...Read more
Natural features you'll find at The Lulabelle Glamor Tent in Michigan.
Lake Michigan is a few miles away.
We are surrounded by farms but we are not a farm.
The vibe at The Lulabelle Glamor Tent
Places to see near Lulabelle Glamor Tent
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Pros: Tent is beautiful. Bed is VERY comfy. The propane griddle in the separate “kitchen” tent was a nice bonus. We were wishing we brought pancake batter! Decor is so cute, and there are lots of extra blankets and pillows, they even provided coffee. The compost toilet and sink was very nice, everything was clean and well equipped. They provided a fire pit with a small amount of wood, and there is a lot more on the grounds for cutting (bring a hand saw). The location in southwest Michigan is fantastic, lots of little farms and breweries and wineries! There is a cheese farm right around the corner (Evergreen lane Creamery) and a cute lavender farm near Saugatuck (Summerhouse Lavender farm). We had a blast picking strawberries and touring around.
Cons: it seems the tent, while definitely waterproof, still has some openings somewhere near the ground because a lot of bugs (ants, spiders, ticks) still found their way in. Setting is not quite as remote/private as anticipated (but still better than a campground): there is another single campsite nearby that shares the toilet facilities, and a couple houses nearby in the woods which can’t be seen, but are definitely heard (one was having a drum circle late into the evening, another seemed to have a shooting range). Check in was a bit hectic: we notified Sandy in the morning on the day of check in that we would arrive around 4pm (check in begins at 2). We got a call when were were about 30 min away saying it wouldn’t be ready until 5:30. So we rolled with it, stalled and showed up at 5:45 but Sandy was still cleaning. The tent and restroom weren’t actually ready for us until about 7.
Overall: recommend for people used to regular camping and want a real bed for a night and to be a bit spoiled. Not a great option for high maintenance types afraid of bugs.