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Sandals on Butler

Sip your morning coffee overlooking the Kalamazoo River, spend the day shopping and your evening dining in some of the greatest restaurants Saugatuck has to offer. This condo is located in the heart of Saugatuck!

Sandals on Butler

Do you want to sip your morning coffee overlooking the Kalamazoo River, spend the day shopping
and your evening dining in some of the greatest restaurants Saugatuck has to offer, all without getting in your car?  If you answered yes,
our Sandals on Butler Condo is for you.   This condo is located in the heart of Saugatuck.

Sandals on Butler condo is a perfect escape from everyday life.  This newly remodeled condo is located in downtown Saugatuck above one of
Saugatuck’s friendly merchants.   So, all you will need to do is park your car in your private parking spot and let the fun begin.

Upon entering the condo you will notice the view of the Kalamazoo River and Butler Street from the Bay Window.  The Bay Window is a
great spot to drink your coffee or tea in the morning as you watch the world wake up.

After a leisurely morning, you can spend your afternoon exploring the shops in downtown.  Downtown Saugatuck offers unique fashions,
amazing shoes, custom created jewelry, dining experiences that you will talk about for years and several different wine tasting opportunities.
In the evening, you can have dinner on the Kalamazoo River.  All of this is within walking distance of Sandals on Butler Condo.

Give us a call today or click on the “Book Now” button above and let the relaxing (FUN!) begin.

Accommodates: 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathroom: 1

Amenities:

  • Cable TV
  • Heating/Air Conditioning
  • No Smoking
  • Wireless Internet
  • Parking Included
  • Family Friendly

 

Originally a lumber town and port, Saugatuck, along with the adjacent city of Douglas, became a noted art colony and tourist destination in the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th century. In the early 20th century, Saugatuck was home to the famous Big Pavilion, a large dance hall that attracted bands and visitors from across the Midwest.

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