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"This well-kept cabin is great for a quiet week on the water. Room for 2 couples or one family, it has everything you need to relax and recreate on lovely Lake Coeur d'Alene, including a boat dock, kayaks and paddle boat. We spent many hours on the large deck and down on the dock, watching bald eagles, osprey, Canadian geese and hummingbirds. We also saw lots of people fishing. The cabin is located on a steep slope with lots of stairs, so consider that when you pack. Also, although we brought in drinking water at the owner's request, we had no problem with the tap water from their well. We have stayed on the lake for many years and would recommend this cabin to someone looking for comfort without extravagance."
Guest: GregDate of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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 2014Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
"I am normally leery of renting a place with so few photos and reviews, but this was a very nice condo in a great location. We were close enough to Coeur D'Alene (25 minutes) to enjoy the downtown, parks and shopping, but loved being in a more remote location. Lake access was easy for swimming and there was a marina right there to rent boat slips if you wanted to bring a boat or jet ski. (Note-no food in the area) The property management company is pretty worthless so if you have questions or need info, contact the owner. He was very helpful and responsive. We were traveling with our 6 year old and he had a great time. There were a number of families and kids around, but not too many :) I can't recommend the pool as it was very heavily chlorinated, but that was the only downside and with the lake right there, we wouldn't have used it anyway. We would come back again."
Guest: Lisa C.Date of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: July 20, 2014