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
$975 - $3,425 per week 7 night min stay
$1,495 per week 7 night min stay
$150 - $200 per night 5 night min stay
Recent Priest Lake property reviews
"Our party of eleven, consisting of six adults and five kids, stayed at this beautiful cabin for a full week. Calling Falling Water a cabin is a little bit inaccurate, this is a fully-equipped two-story, six bedroom, three bathroom home. Everyone in our party had all the privacy and comfort they wanted. The interior design makes excellent use of space, with almost all of the rooms using pocket doors. The carpeted bedrooms have night stands, drawers beneath the beds, and wall hooks for hanging clothes. The home's interior boasts exposed wooden beams, a vaulted ceiling in the great room, comfortable carpeting, and a complete set of appliances (stove, oven, dishwasher, refrigerator/freezer, and washer/drier). Ventilation is excellent, and the gas fireplace is very efficient. One "extra" that surprised me was the generator, which we needed to use one night after a storm temporarily knocked out the utility power. The home is literally across a small bridge from the Elkins Resort, where we had access to the boat rentals, beaches, and of course the store, bar and restaurants. Staying at Falling Water you really do have the best of both worlds: the room, privacy, and quiet of a full sized home with the amenities of a resort right next door. The beach is a five-minute walk, either on a path through the woods or a walk down through Elkins Resort. If you are visiting Priest Lake for the first time, while the beaches are nice the islands are exquisite. We rented a pontoon boat and went down to Kalispell island, where the white sand beaches were uncrowded and just beautiful. Priest Lake is a very clear lake, not crowded, and an ideal vacation spot."Guest: C Scott Date of Stay: July 2012 Review Submitted: August 2, 2012View listing
"What a great house! Big enough and beautifully built back house. The front house has space for the kids to call their own and a deck for meals while looking out over the lake. Clean, stocked well. 3 bathrooms a plus. Fire pit on the beach. Photos are accurate. Walk to the marina where we rented a boat. We are coming back!"Guest: Rick Date of Stay: July 2012 Review Submitted: July 22, 2012View listing
"We enjoyed our 3 night stay very much! We used the cabin mostly for a place to sleep as we spent our days with the rest of our group at Outlet Bay. Pictures don't do the cabin justice, the bedrooms are very comfortable and nicely furnished, kitchen is well equipped. Nice laundry room with front load machines came in handy too. Having a full garage was great, would be essential in the winter months! A/C is a great addition on the warmer days, and the location is nice and quiet. We will definitely be back!"Guest: Ted S Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 24, 2014View listing
"My husband I just returned from a bliss filled 2 weeks at this amazing home on Priest Lake. the location of this cabin can't be beat ~ minutes from Cavenaugh's you can have a fantastic meal and listen to live music. We have both traveled to Priest Lake any time we had the opportunity since we were children and would place this home, location and experience at the top of our list of best vacations. The cabin is very well appointed with an updated kitchen, comfortable living room and spacious bedrooms. The deck surrounding the cabin is a welcome break from sitting in the direct sun and a great place to relax & read a book. We spent most of our time enjoying the large dock and beach area in front of the house. There are a number of chairs and lounge chairs available. The only recommendation I have for future travelers is to bring a few extra fans. We were there when it was over 90 degrees every single day. While there are a couple of fans available in the cabin, if you are like us, you will want to have a couple extras to help cool things down in the evening. Thank you for our wonderful vacation Russ and Patty! We loved it! P.S. to future travelers ~ no need to bring any extra movies for the evenings, there is a massive movie library with something to please everyone from kids to adults!"Guest: Annie&Jeff Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 11, 2014View listing
Steamboat Bay Travel Tips
Steamboat Bay Vacation Rentals in Priest Lake, Idaho
Steamboat Bay vacation rentals in Priest Lake, Idaho are located just fifteen miles from the U.S. border with Canada. Priest Lake rentals are renowned for their convenient access to a variety of outdoor activities. Those who are looking for Priest Lake rentals should consider the added benefits that they can get from Steamboat Bay lodging facilities.
Steamboat Bay Vacation Rentals Offer Relaxation
Priest Lake rentals have become popular destinations for vacationers throughout the United States and Canada. As the area becomes more popular, though, more people flock to Priest Lake rentals to enjoy the natural beauty. Steamboat Bay vacation rentals, however, are tucked away along a small part of Priest Lake. This makes it possible for you to get away from other vacationers so that you can completely unwind during your trip.
Relaxing Water Sports at Steamboat Bay Lodging
Just because you want to relax at Steamboat Bay lodging doesn't mean that you don't want to do anything at all. A day out on the lake could be just what you need on your vacation. If you do not have your own boat, kayak, or canoe, then you can contact the Priest Lake Marina to get information about affordable rentals that are suitable for your plans.
Fishing Opportunities Near Steamboat Bay Lodging
While you are out on the Priest Lake, you might as well throw a line in the water and wait for dinner to come your way. Priest Lake and Fish Tales Guide Services can supply you with tackle and equipment while pointing you towards some of the best fishing spots near Steamboat Bay vacation rentals. Don't necessarily assume that the whole day will pass in a relaxing haze, though. The largest trout ever caught in the U.S. came from Priest Lake.