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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Boise reviews

  • Nice secluded cabin

    "The cabin is in a beautiful location, offering peaceful seclusion. We spent a very special 2 weeks in this very comfortable place. There were lots of trails just behind the cabin that we tried and afterwards enjoyed a welcoming soak in the enormous hot tub. It was also lovely to sit around the fire pit and look at the stars, the night sky was especially clear due to the absence of light pollution. We were very fortunate to have a good view of the recent Red Luna eclipse. Rod the owner was especially welcoming & was just at the end of the phone when we needed him. He was able to give us lots of information about the area & places we could visit, very kindly loaned us fishing poles, and treated us to tastes of wild salmon & elk, He is a real treasure. The cabin was clean, comfortable & cosy and central to Boise, Garden valley, Cascade & Idaho city. we would very very much like to return one day."
    Guest: Mary R. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 20, 2014
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  • A great and very inviting place to stay

    "We're visited Boise to be able to visit our son an dautghter in law with their newborn child. We stayed in the Bask Loft for approx. 4 weeks and loved it at first sight. A really lovely place to be. All you need is there. It is clean, cosy and felt like home for the time we were in the USA. Sherry is an admirable person to have around and very helpful . You only have to walk 3 blocks and you're in the center of Boise. On Saturdays the farmers Marker is in 8th street almost on your doorstep. Recommendeble is te "alive after five" event on wednesdays in the summer. You can bike,hike, shop till you drop, float Boise river or raft on the Payette. Weather is good and the peaple are friendly. We would reccomend this property to aal who would like to explore south Idaho. We will try to book at this place again when we visit Boise. A 50+ couple from the Netherlands"
    Guest: Ria&Willem Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014
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  • Reasonable price and great location

    "Just finished our second stay at this property. Very quiet neighborhood and super clean with all of the kitchen equipment you need. Just right for two. Located close to historic North End, within walking distance to grocery store and restaurants. Pet friendly"
    Guest: Melody W. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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  • Incredible Home, Perfect Location, and Outstanding Owners

    "Our stay at this rental couldn't have worked out better. We were in town for a wedding with a large extended family. The home was perfect for four adults and three children. It was so nicely done as a rental. We had everything we needed - towels, kitchen tools, grill, etc. There was plenty of room for dinners outside, comfortable beds, and a sweet little cozy family area. The rental was in a great location to everything downtown. The owners were exceptional in communication and extremely accommodating. We would recommend this a million times over to anyone looking for a rental in Boise, ID."
    Guest: Catherine Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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Boise Travel Tips

Experience Basque Traditions at Boise Vacation Rentals

Boise is one of the few places in the world where these is such a large Basque community. It is estimated that there are 15,000 Basque residents in Boise. This has had a strong influence on the culture and festivities that have become part of the city’s traditions. For an introduction, visit the Basque Museum and Culture Center. Here, you can gain insight into the traditions and heritage of the Basque community. There are two well known restaurants that serve traditional meals. Throughout the year, there are many events and festivities. The most famous is the Jaialdi which takes place every five years. Thousands of Basques from all over the world come to join in the festivities, traditional strength competitions, dancing and music. This is an amazing spectacle to watch and be part of.

Things to See and Do near Boise House Rentals

Boise is a wonderful blend of modern urban culture and natural scenic beauty. The city has several stylish shopping districts, many fantastic restaurants, and great theaters and art galleries. For the traveler that enjoys exploring city sights, there is plenty to keep you entertained during your stay.

A short drive out of the city takes you into the wine country of Snake River Valley. This region is gaining a reputation for producing some excellent wines. Many are sold and served exclusively in the restaurants in Boise. Stop in at the various wine estates and sample some of the wines. If you like what you taste, you can purchase some stock from the Boise Co-op Wine Shop or directly from the estates. A day out in the vineyards provides great scenery and is a very relaxing way to spend your vacation.

There are many outdoor activities available in Boise. The river provides many water sports and people can be seen paddling, boating, skiing and fishing in their leisure time. If you like to explore some of the region on foot, you can follow the many hiking trails which lead into the surrounding hills and valleys. Information on the various trails and route guides can be obtained from the local information office.

Golfers can test their skills at one of several golf courses in the city. Sports fans can take in a game of baseball or football in season. Indoor sports include ice hockey and basketball, and there are regular league games in season that you can watch.

Best Time of Year to Visit Boise Lodging

People who enjoy the many outdoor activities that Boise has to offer will enjoy visiting in the warmer summer months. Many of the traditional Basque events happen during this time of year and the festivities last late into the night. Those visiting Boise for its cultural, historical and artistic attractions can visit any time of year. Theater performances run throughout the year and the many galleries have ever-changing exhibits that are interesting to view. Boise is also known as a jazz and music hub; many visitors come year-round to hear musicians perform live in the various night spots in the city.

Visitors to Idaho Vacation Rentals

Boise has attractions that will be of interest to wide variety of visitors. Wine lovers can tour the nearby vineyards and sample the excellent cultivars. Art and drama enthusiasts can enjoy the many performing arts and theater production that take place throughout the year. People who enjoy the outdoors can cycle, hike or paddle and visit the nearby nature reserves for wildlife viewing. The city has a great vibe and travelers who enjoy a bit of retails therapy while on vacation won’t be disappointed. There are loads of great shopping opportunities in Boise.

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