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Recent Coeur d'Alene Lake property reviews

  • Tiffany

    "We had a great week at Point Harns, we would love to come back!!! We would highly recommend it. The property had a lot to offer and many things to do. The views were great from every room! Thank you!"
    Guest: Tiffany W. Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: September 9, 2013
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  • Fantastic Experience!

    "This is a very nice home, complete with every thing you would need. Mike and Patty went over and above to make sure our stay was the best. They even got us a bike for my 11 year old son to ride! Animals abound here and it is so awesome to be out on the deck and see the deer with fawns, wild turkeys fly from the trees, turtles, moose and much more! Harrison is a sweet, sleepy town with very friendly people. There is the most amazing bike trail here. We plan to go back next year!"
    Guest: Shelly Date of Stay: July 2012 Review Submitted: August 7, 2012
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  • Comfortable and Convenient Cottage; Excellent Value

    "This home has virtually everything you need for a fun Cd'A vacation. It's spotlessly clean, well appointed, and convenient to Sherman Ave., the lake, and great hiking. My wife and I rented this house in early July. We wanted to use it as a base camp to take advantage of the great bike and hiking trails in the general area. If you like biking, this is the place to be. The Centennial Trail, which goes all the way to Spokane, is a block away from the house. Two other trails, the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes and the Route of the Hiawatha are not far by car. We also went to Moscow, Idaho (a fun, laid-back college town around 85 miles away), and took another rail trail into Pullman, Washington. The hiking is also great. Tubbs Hill is right behind the house--we walked to the top at dawn every morning. Other, more challenging trails, such as the Caribou Trail, are not far by car. The house is separated from the lake by a beautiful and well maintained city park. Nearby are the shops on Sherman Ave. (we went to the Parkside Bakery for it's fresh bread virtually every day); there is a farmers market on Wednesday afternoons. The owner provided a number of conveniences--hotel type soap and shampoo in the bathroom, a hair drier, laundry and dish detergent. There is also a BBQ grill in the back yard and a very comfortable patio and garden. Great for breakfasts and dinners outdoors. My wife and I have rented houses around the world and this was one of the best in terms of comfort, convenience and value. BTW, one fun thing that's off the beaten track--prospecting for garnets. It's a bit of a drive but well worth it for the scenic ride and pure fun. Wallace, Idaho, is also fun for a side trip."
    Guest: Robert G. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
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  • A few changes and the stay would have been excellent

    "My husband and I joined my girl friend and her family for a few days stay at the lake. We stayed in the float house. I think the float house makes the property work. If we would have had to stay in the upper house for the 5 days we were there it would have been very boring after day 2. It is unfortunate that people who review the property can't post their own photos, the professional photos can be deceptive. I found several items in the upper house a bit off. First the TV is in a closet upstairs in bedroom, if anyone wants to watch a movie I am not sure what they would do, carry it down to the living room? This is a vacation home and there is no blender in either of the kitchens. There is a stereo system in the upper house, but the CD player doesn't work so you are stuck with radio. The float house does not have any music at all, had that been on the web site I could have adjusted for that and brought an iPod dock for us to use when we were there. Also for the price of the rental the linens need to be updated. The sheets on the bed in the float house were simply unacceptable. They were very old and very scratchy, I was surprised they didn't have holes in them. There is quite a bit of road noise from the freeway across the lake, if you are a light sleeper I recommend ear plugs. The path to the float house from the upper house is lit, but I recommend that you use a flash light when going down at night some areas of the path are a bit dark. The house is equipped with basic kitchen items. There are life vests, items to use to float in the lake with, which we really enjoyed, a canoe, and lots of puzzles. The grill at the float house is a charcoal grill the one at the top house is a gas grill. I recommend you bring all personal items. People do leave a few hotel sized items for use. Bring your own hair dryer, extra toilet paper, and tissue. A few small adjustments and this could be a top notch rental. I was also surprised at the lack of info in the house about things to do. We rent houses/condos a lot and always go to the "binder" in the house for information. There is no internet- I didn't bring a computer but that information should have been on the rental page. While the house may be only 15 miles from the "city" be aware it take a while to get there so plan your shopping accordingly -- don't waste time driving back and forth to town. We enjoyed our stay and had a lot of fun."
    Guest: Retta Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: August 19, 2012
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