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"Three families with 4 small boys stayed here for a week. Every one of us loved the house.
The screened in deck was the rave, especially in the early morning for coffee. The layout of the house was wonderful. Lots of space for family gatherings and yet places to get away. The kitchen is well stocked. All the utensils, pots, pans, appliances and pantry items were supplied. The neighborhood was great. People were friendly and it was quiet. The beach is a short walk away so you can run back and fetch anything you need or want.
Beach chairs and towels were provided which makes packing easier. Buckets of toys
were planted around the house which totally delighted the kids. A huge storage area for
bikes, air mats and stuff is provided outside. The house is beautifully furnished with gorgeous solid furniture and decor that the kids, try as they may, couldn't ruin.
We loved the house and will be back!"
Guest: Gramma Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 7, 2015
"My husband and I stayed at the Turner Bay Chalet for an extended weekend anniversary trip. The lake was easily accessed and the cabin was nicely situated near hiking/biking/water. The Hoyers were very kind and easy to work with. We enjoyed watching the sun set from the dock, kayaking around the bay, and having lazy morning breakfasts in the cabin. Everything was clean and tidy. Ava and Kevin have the chalet well stocked with everything you could need. If we ever find ourselves back in Coeur D'Alene we would love to stay at the Turner Bay Chalet again."
Guest: KrystalDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 2, 2015
"My husband and I spent a week in this house with our adult children, their spouses, and our grandkids (ages 18 months to 5 yrs old). It was the perfect fit for all 10 of us. The layout of the house was perfect for us. Plenty of space to all gather together for meals and playing. Two bedrooms up and 2 downstairs kept the adults from disturbing the sleeping kids when we stayed up late at night. There is so much to keep you busy and entertained in this house. Indoor and outdoor toys for kids of all ages, board games, DVDs and CDs, a karaoke machine. One evening, we had an adult "quadrathalon" tournament with ping pong, pool, shuffleboard and foosball. Outside there is a deck and a patio, a BBQ grill, tables and chairs, a fire pit (for roasting marshmallows), and a large hammock. Usually a rental house is furnished with the bare minimum, but this house is the complete opposite. The kitchen is fully equipped to cook and serve a large group. The owners have supplied everything from toiletries to laundry detergent. We truly felt at home here - which is the way a family vacation should be."
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 6, 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