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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
"We just returned from a 12 day vacation at this beautiful property!!! We are extensive travellers and have rented many vrbo properties and can say, without any hesitation, that this property was exactly as described and even better!!! The cabin was clean and so well stocked and the views were utterly breathtaking!! We spent most of our time on the beautiful wraparound deck looking out at the gorgeous scenery. The water was crystal clear and the dock was always sunny, morning and afternoon. We brought our boat and had no trouble tying up to the dock safely. The water seemed to be always calm in front of the cabin so we did a lot of water sports just off the dock. We were a 10 minute boat ride over to Coeur d'Alene and easy 20 minute drive by car. Beautiful property and wonderful owners. All we could have ever hoped for! We will return!"
Guest: Happy TravellerDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 26, 2015
"My husband and I visited Coeur d'Alene in July for a short vacation. The house was well located, very close to restaurants and shops. The kitchen was well stocked, although we didn't really cook during our stay. We had our bicycles and motorcycles with us and spend most days riding. There was plenty of parking for both our truck and trailer, with easy access to the bicycle trails. At night the house was very quiet, I would highly recommend this rental property."
Guest: Cheryl H.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 23, 2015
"We stayed for 8 days in July and were fortunate to have near perfect weather. The house is very comfortable without being large for large sake. Both bedrooms had ample space but be aware there's only one shower in master bath. For 2 couples no big deal, more than that might create a logjam. The dock is at the bottom of the hill and realistically requires a car to load up your boat for the day. Parking is very limited on the road.
The real appeal to the property is the deck. It almost feels larger than the house itself. The views are wonderful and the only real noise is the occasional boat that's running near shore. The location is very convenient sitting less than 5 minutes from the CDA resort golf course. If you're a golfer I highly suggest you drive the 1/2 hour to play Circling Raven in Worley. It's ten times the course.
The drive downtown is only 5 plus minutes away and parking wasn't really an issue. Lots of live music to listen to either from a street front table or inside. All in all a fun town. Boat and jet ski rentals were easy to obtain.
If you're wondering should you stay at the resort or rent a house trust me, RENT THE HOUSE. It's less expensive, better room, better view and way more comfortable.
A VERY relaxing location."
Guest: David M.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 20, 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