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
$995 - $3,595 per week 7 night min stay
$150 - $200 per night 5 night min stay
Recent Priest Lake reviews
"Everything that we expected. Kellee was excellent to work with and we had a great time. Fishing not so good but......Would recommend highly to others!!!!"Guest: Brumble Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014View listing
"The only complaint I have is that we had to leave. The views from the upper deck were breathtaking. There was plenty of space for everyone. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen. It was like cooking at home. The stairs to the beach might be difficult if someone has mobility issues. I actually enjoyed the stairs because it was the only exercise I got (since I never wanted to leave the dock) and it made it feel like we had more space, if you needed a little time to yourself."Guest: Mary S. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014View listing
"We spent the last weekend up at Priest Lake. This is the 2nd time we have stayed in this cabin and as always, it's a wonderful experience! The cabin provides everything necessary for the ultimate weekend get-a-way and I cannot wait to return next year. Thank you for everything!"Guest: CCMay Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014View listing
"We made wonderful memories at this home and working with the homeowner was extremely easy as she was quick to respond. The kitchen was well equipped/stocked which helped with meal times and cleanup. The location gives you the perfect amount of peace, quiet and privacy but it's also close to a store and a few restaurants which was an added bonus since several vacation homes on Priest Lake are quite remote. I was a little worried about hauling garbage but that too was close, cheap and convenient...no big deal. I would stick to the homeowners advice that young children/toddlers should be considered before renting, there are stairs and a path to the private dock/beach which may be tough with younger ones. Our 5 year old boys did fine. Great home and we love Priest Lake !!!"Guest: Sophia H. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 10, 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.