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Recent Northeast reviews

  • Our God Daughter's Graduation

    "We had a lovely time in this beautiful log home. There were five of us, and we never felt crowded. The home was so inviting that we hated to leave for all the festivities in Spokane. Beautiful views and the amenities were perfect. Holly was terrific! We would definitely recommend this house to our friends and relatives. Hopefully we will come back some day!!"
    Guest: Carol A. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 24, 2014
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  • Great Escape!

    "Came for a weekend getaway with the family. it is nice to not have to drive too far to feel like you are somewhere else. The house has great open space to hang out and entertain. Enough space to have your own personal couch! The outside deck having even more room to hang out and play games. Beautiful view of the lake in the evening and nice to wake up to. The kids enjoyed going out on the lake practicing to paddle on the paddle boat as well as swimming and playing on the floats."
    Guest: Cabin Queen Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • Jon and Kimberly

    "This is an awesome place. So close to downtown Spokane, but feels like you are way out in the country. This is the perfect place for two people, whether you just need a weekend away or you do not want to stay in a hotel. It would be great for business traveler that is tired of staying in hotels. I have stayed a lot of places through VRBO, but this is one of my favorites and will go back again. Thanks Rene, you have done a great job your place!!!!"
    Guest: Jon M. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • Laurie

    "Beautiful cabin right on the lake, extremely clean, very nice furnishing. Everything we needed was there, kitchen roll, ziplock bags, soap, washing soap, bathrooms also equipped with sample products so you don't need to worry about forgetting anything. We even had coffee and chocolates. We had a very relaxing vacation. Loved this place! Highly recommended"
    Guest: Laurie F. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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Northeast Travel Tips

Northeast Washington Vacation Rentals Can Be Your Gateway to the Rocky Mountains

Northeast Washington conjures up visions of beautiful snow-capped mountains, fields of wildflowers and spectacular forests all reflected in deep still lakes. In reality it is even better! This area is full of spectacular natural beauty and there are plenty of ways to enjoy it all from your Northeast Washington lodging choice.

Great Places to Visit Around Northeast Washington Lodging

One of the main centers in this area is Omak which is a great center for shopping, dining and stocking up on supplies. The area is awash with pioneer history and the Kettle Falls Interpretive Center is the place to learn about the lives of the early settlers. The area has many lakes and dams which are used to create hydroelectricity, including the mighty Grand Coulee Dam. A fascinating tour of the Chief Joseph Dam takes visitors into the bowels of the dam to see the powerful rush of water. The town of Ellensburg has great historic architecture, museums, art galleries, antique shops and farmers' markets.

Downtown Spokane, named after the local Indian Chief, has a number of surprises in store for visitors. Blocks of shops are linked by numerous skywalks, allowing visitors to browse a huge choice of shops without setting foot outdoors. The immense Castle Courthouse in Spokane would look more at home in France's Loire Valley! Visit the Riverfront Park for the Looff Carousel and more great family attractions. The Indian Rock Paintings State Park is also nearby.

Northeast Washington Cottages Make Great Vacation Hideaways

Staying in your own Washington cottage is the ideal way to make the most of this beautiful area. Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy staying in a lakeside cottage where trout can be caught from the dock. Enjoy sandy beaches around the lake, just yards from the front door of your vacation rental. After a day of strenuous activity, return home to a long soak in the tub and freshly caught fish cooked on the grill. Vacation rental properties are well maintained, perfectly located and offer plenty of space for in-laws, children, friends and even the dog!

Washington Vacation Rentals Enjoy Mild Winters and Beautiful Summers

Northeast Washington is beautiful in all four seasons. Summers are hot and sunny with low rainfall. Temperatures average 83 F (28 C) in the height of the summer. As temperatures fall in October, the trees put on a wonderful show of fall color. In the winter, snow is on the ground and temperatures are below freezing for three months. In spring, the area is particularly scenic with fresh greenery and wildflowers.

Things to Do from Northeast Washington Vacation Rentals

The northeast has some impressive lakes and rivers, including the mighty Columbia River and the 130-mile long Lake Roosevelt. With more than 30 species of fish, the lake attracts keen fishing and boating enthusiasts. The area has 35 parks and wildlife areas which are ideal for hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, Jet Skiing, picnicking and ATVing. Visit the many impressive waterfalls or explore the area on horseback. As part of the Rockies, the views are quite spectacular.

Family activities include seasonal racing, motocross, county fairs, hunting, fairs and wildlife spotting. Rent a pontoon boat on the water for a day of picnicking, swimming and partying. Northeast Washington also has a number of golf courses in the area. In the winter, there are three ski resorts in the area offering skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling fun.

Transport Options to Washington Vacation Rentals

The closest airport to your Northeast Washington lodging is the Seattle-Tacoma Airport which is 228 miles from the center of Spokane. There are two local airports in Spokane, making connections to the area very easy, or pick up a rental car in Seattle and enjoy the scenic drive.

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