Pineaire Home is a rustic, traditional and vintage cottage which is cozily snuggled into the gentle wooded shore of the Idlewild Peninsula. A large picture window in the dining area overlooks the water of Sawyer Harbor and Sturgeon Bay. There is no better place to appreciate the peaceful morning view with a warm cup of coffee in hand, or delight in a nourishing dinner with your closest loved ones and the setting sun. In Pineaire Home you will find a completely furnished kitchen, one bathroom with an antique clawfoot bathtub and shower, a living room centered around a hand crafted Door County limestone fireplace and two bedrooms…both of which queen beds inhabit. On the south side of the living room original double glass doors open up into a bright and comfortable sun porch with two built-in twin beds and a pair of poofy loungers.


  • Spacious and open, yet always warm and cozy.
  • Door County limestone fireplace.
  • Huge picture window with vista of Sawyer Harbor and Sturgeon Bay.
  • Bright sun porch with two built-in twin beds.
  • Interior finished in natural cedar planking. 
  • Two tastefully decorated bedrooms with queen beds.
  • Antique footed bath tub and shower. 



PEAK SEASON RATE: $1050/week

( June 19 - August 21 )

There is a one week minimum stay for peak season reservations (arriving after 2 pm on a Saturday and leaving by 10 am the following Saturday), a three (3) night minimum stay for Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day weekends and a two (2) night minimum stay for all other pre season and post season dates. We do not provide bed linens (sheets, pillowcases or blankets/comforters), large bath towels, toiletries, charcoal or firewood. Please visit the FAQ page and About section before arriving to have a better understanding of life at Robertson’s Cottages. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at with any questions about booking or your stay. Thank you for your time.


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