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"Beautiful, spacious home. Walking distance to great waking trails with nice views. Shopping and waterfront are walking distance as well. Great for families and large groups. Owners are attentive and friendly. We would definitely return."
Guest: Larry & LisaDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 17, 2015
"My Wife and I stayed for 4 days. What a peaceful place. We felt like we were on our own island on Monday and Tuesday as the summer season had just ended. The early evenings were our favorite times to either hang out on the wrap around deck or go sit on the personal dock. The walk down to the cottage and to the dock was not to bad but coming back up can work you a little;-) The local Osprey paid us a visit twice and lots of deer walking around. Kayaking was very nice and we explored the cove and then all the way down to the Yacht club. Monday we were picked up at our personal dock by a fishing guide and went for a half day trip. My wife landed a 14lb Pike. We let that one go and kept the 5lb pike we caught for dinner. The drive down the rough dirt road and then the hike down the hill to the cottage make you feel like you just left the busy world and have found a secret hideaway. We drove to Harrison and another 7 miles and took the 3 north back to the 90. Beautiful sights to see. The floating walkway around the Coeur D'Alene resort was something we did twice. Leo was always available for any questions when I called and more than willing to serve if we needed anything. It was a blessed stay for us and we were reminded how nice it was as we traveled home back into the world. Our second flight had to make an emergency landing in Medford, OR as they thought there was a fire:-( 4 hour delay but we finally made it home to CA. We are looking at coming back with our 4 kids in summer of 2016."
Guest: David W.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 18, 2015
"We enjoyed this beautiful home very much, it was very nicely done & fresh tulips on our arrival were so thoughtful, really felt warm & welcoming. Kids had a blast on the deck & indoors. It was a family reunion for us we really felt home away from home.
5 mins walk to the lake & a beautiful Mineral trail, was worth the hike."
Guest: Mohan G.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 10, 2015
"I ratify the other reviews. We were three couples who stayed a week and spent most of our active time riding our bikes on the fantastic Trail of the Coeur d'Alene. We also rented a boat from Mike and Patty for the day to tour the lake, which was good fun.
Mike and Patty are excellent local hosts who both grew up in the Harrison area. The house is very nice with a large 4 stall garage for all your toys and a good driveway. One of the two downstairs bedrooms is a bit small, but the three beds were all good. Everyone slept well and played hard. Both the upper and lower decks are great with nice views. If you are there in the hot months, bring an extra umbrella to supplement the one that is there for late afternoon when the sun is hard to shield (tie to railing) or simply move to the lower deck.
It is a steep gravel road down to the lake, communal dock, and paved bike trail. Most will probably choose to drive down and park unless you are on a mountain bike.
Many mornings we rode the bike trail to Plummer, a wonderful 28 mile round trip route along the lake and up through a delightful forested valley. A perfect and gorgeous workout to start the day. Go the other way up the river and you have another 30 lovely miles (one way) until the trail starts to parallel I-90. Wildlife abounds in both directions. Take a day and ride the super Hiawatha Trail at the divide.
Harrison is just a few miles away and is fun and quaint. It gets busy on weekends, but can be sleepy during the week."
Guest: AlDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 29, 2015