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Recent Idaho reviews

  • All we had hoped and more...

    "This property is a real gem, right near the heart of Sandpoint. A very private and rustic setting that gave a real feel of the area and it's history. This property offers privacy from all sides, even lakeside as the main house is tucked up into the trees. For our 2 families (4 adults and 5 children ranging in age from 17-22), we rented the main house and the bunkhouse for the 3 boys, which ended up offering tons of personal space. The kitchen was well appointed and there was adequate bathroom(3) space to accommodate all of us. The beach offers privacy as well and the diving board off the dock was an added bonus. This property has a lot of character and we all really enjoyed our stay."
    Guest: missing Idaho Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014
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  • Great 2-family place to stay

    "The condo is spacious and beautiful. It was a perfect place for 2 families (4 adults and 3 children). It was a short and pretty walk to the slopes. Everyone at Sun Valley was incredibly friendly. Terrific skiing. Sunny. And delicious on-mountain food."
    Guest: Upstate New York Guests Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 24, 2014
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  • Amazing family vacation

    "We just got back from what we consider our best family vacation thus far! The owners were amazing to work with, very personable and all around friendly, actually come to think of it that was our experience everywhere we went in town! The town is great, it's small but has fabulous restaurants and great shopping. The town seems to have a collective emphasis on local, sustainability, and green/carbon foot print. Bikes almost outnumber cars, ingredients at restaurants are as local as possible, and there are innumerable awesome biking/running trails. That being said this specific condo has everything you'd need to enjoy it (including 3 adult bikes--no helmets). Our kids (ages 2 and 4) especially loved the grounds to roam around on, the pool, the dock by the lake, and the trees to climb. Inside their favorite was the loft. The kitchen is well enough equipped for cooking **except** spices. If you like to cook, please pack spices/pantry essentials you don't want to have to (re)purchase. I had to dock one star based on the condition of the outdoor space (actually I think it's only worth 1/2 a star, but this only lets me work in whole star increments). Its got a beautiful view, and it's got great bones….that being said the deck it's self needs to be refinished, or better yet refurbished with a bigger patio area. Some of the neighboring condo's have done so, and it looked great (more outdoor seating, a stone patio area in front of the deck, maybe even a fire pit). Oh and the pictures of the pool make it look like there may be a hot tub…if it is, it wasn't turned on, because it was the same temp as the pool (which it's self was a very nice temperature, but a hot tub would've been clutch). Overall we will stay again, and LOVED our time there, at the condo, in the city and of course a couple days at Silverwood. I would highly recommend this place to anyone, although families with somewhat older kids (7+) would probably enjoy the whole experience even more than us (stand up paddle boarding, boating, biking, hiking, Silverwood etc). That being said we're not gonna wait that long for a return visit!"
    Guest: AD2005 Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 4, 2014
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  • Late Summer Getaway

    "My husband and I visited the Ketchum/Hailey area to get away by ourselves with our two Springers. The Guest House was perfect for the four of us. We had all we needed and the pups loved playing in the stream and playing fetch on the large grassy yard. There was another party in the large house at the end of the private road, but we never crossed paths and felt like we were alone. I have just two suggestions/observations: we needed a fire at night, but the instructions under the fireplace were not helpful. The pilot was lit, but we did not know we needed to turn the thermostat up to get the fire to light. Instructions and tips from the landlord would have been helpful. the next thing is the use of room deodorizer. I am very sensitive to scents and the plug-in deodorizer was overwhelming. I felt sick from it. Finally found the culprit and unplugged it. My jacket still stinks of it. BUT we would totally stay here again and in fact would like to arrange a family reunion in the future utilizing both houses. CB"
    Guest: CB Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 19, 2014
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Idaho Travel Tips

Season to Visit Idaho Vacation Rentals

Idaho’s climate varies in accordance with its terrain and is therefore quite different in different parts of the state. The southern low lying regions enjoy warm summers with hot days and balmy nights. Most rainfall occurs during the summer season in this area and rain showers are generally quite short-lived. For many of the lake areas in the south, summer is the preferred time of year to book one of our Idaho rentals. The warm days allow the kids to enjoy playing in the lake waters and enjoying a wide variety of water sport activities. The mountain areas, full of great Idaho cabin rentals, are much cooler and receive heavy snowfall between December and March each year. This provides ideal snow skiing conditions for the many ski resorts.

Activities at Idaho Cabin Rentals

Idaho is home to many scenic lakes. Within easy driving distance, there are at least six lakes which are all great vacation destinations. Facilities vary depending on the recreational classifications of the lakes but all offer great fishing opportunities. Most allow recreational boating including power boating and are ideal destinations for waterskiing, wake boarding and leisurely sunset cruises. Many cabins for rent in Idaho are located on the lakeshore, providing easy access to the water. Many have private docks where you can tie your boat up for the duration of your stay. For families, you can enjoy long summer days enjoying a wide variety of water sports. In the afternoon, you can go into town to buy ice cream and get some bait for an early morning fishing excursion the next day. The lakes are great for paddling and many marinas have kayaks available to hire. In the winter months, one of the most popular activities is snowmobiling. There are also many groomed trails for cross country skiing. In the mountain areas, there are a number of high-class ski resorts, particularly in the area of Sun Valley, where you can easily find great ski cabin rentals in Idaho.

Visitors to Idaho Vacation Rentals

Idaho is probably one of the lesser known vacation destinations. Most people think of it as the potato state and are unaware of the beautiful mountain ranges and lakes that make it an ideal vacation destination. It is a relatively affordable destination where vacation rentals in Idaho are large and spacious. This makes it an ideal destination for a family vacation. People who will enjoy Idaho are those who appreciate nature, beautiful scenery and the outdoors. There are many activities available in both summer and winter. It is a destination where you can relax, take a break from busy city life, and enjoy some quality time with your friends and family. The many lakes attract fishing enthusiasts from both near and far. Many of the communities hold annual fishing fests which are great events to attend.

Traveling to Idaho

The main access point to Idaho is in the Capital City of Boise which is located in the far southwestern corner of the state. To get to the northern parts of Idaho, the closest airport is Spokane International Airport which is located in the neighboring state of Washington. Both these airports host regularly scheduled flights from most major cities in North America. There is quite an extensive and well-maintained road network in Idaho and the best way to get to your vacation destination is usually by car. Rental agencies are located at the airports and it is advisable to make reservations in advance, especially over weekends and peak holiday periods. There are two transcontinental railroads that pass through Idaho. If you want to be able to enjoy the scenery, this is a great way to travel. Check up on the routing to see if the trains stop near your vacation destination.

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