Swan View Inn on Anchor Bay Offers Amenities, Great Views

The Swan View Inn waterfront rentals on Anchor Bay offers great accommodations with canal access to Lake St. Clair, along with great views.  Renters enjoy the beautiful views and are only steps away from their boats that are in full view from their rental unit. Perfect for visiting fishermen, the Swan View Inn is located on the water, next to The Kayak Store, and adjacent to the St. Clair Flats, one of the largest inland freshwater deltas in the world.

All units include a balcony or covered porch facing the water, and complete kitchens for renters to cook their catch of the day. Don't feel like cooking? Enjoy one of the local nearby restaurants accessible both by land and by water.

Features Include

  • Non smoking fully furnished units
  • Full kitchens
  • Private bathrooms
  • Towels & Linens
  • Sleeps 2-3 per unit
  • TV & WiFi
  • Gas grill & fire pit
  • Boat slip & trailer parking w/each unit
  • Boat launch located (1) mile away

 Rates for the 2016 season:

  • Minimum 2 night stay
  • $195 per weekend (2 night stay)
  • $495 per week
  • $95 each additional night
  • Additional boat slips $25 per night
  • Additional fees and taxes may apply
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