As a CEO, formerly of Amstar, now of BlueSky Air Cleaners, I know the value of taking your team on a corporate retreat. In South Africa, where I am from, I used to take my management to a remote getaway deep in the bush. My experience with executive retreats and corporate meetings is that where you wake up, is how you feel—being in a special place is exciting and it stimulates creativity.
The Mushroom Houses in Charlevoix is such a place. Three of our four properties are clustered together on Park Avenue, on Lake Michigan across from a gorgeous white sandy beach, just minutes walk from downtown. The three houses share the grounds, which means that groups can gather on the terraces and have BBQ's together. The main house a.k.a. the thatch house has a grand room suitable for meetings. The three properties combined can sleep up to twenty guests. Applecore Cottage is separate but nearby. It can accommodate another seven adults.
Enjoy your stay.
The Thatch House rose from the original stone walls set by Earl Young. It was his first home built in 1918. The original house did not encompass Earl Young's unique hobbit style, but in a dramatic reimagining, it now exemplifies the fairytale magic of a Charlevoix mushroom house.
The old carriage house once belonged to the famous Earl Young. Now it's a Charlevoix Mushroom House. A romantic retreat, completely redesigned and rebuilt. It shares the iconic roof of The Thatch House, but is separate with its own private entrances. An intimate getaway near downtown and the beach.
A Charlevoix mushroom house landmark named for the apple trees on its two acre property. It looks like it jumped out of the pages of a storybook. Designed and built by Virginia Olsen, the daughter of Earl Young, it oozes Charlevoix Mushroom House charm. It's also one of Charlevoix's most beloved landmarks.
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