This log cabin vacation rental in McCall, Idaho has a handcrafted touch throughout, with custom log furniture, local artwork, and even complimentary jam for your stay! The spacious 3 bedroom cabin sleeps 8, so there's plenty of room to stretch out in the loft, hang out at the bar or chill in the hammock with a hot or cold drink on the wrap-around covered deck.
This cabin is right next to state land, there is a great view from inside and plenty of forest to hike or snowshoe right off the deck. Only 1 mile from downtown! Cabin is near Payette Lake and 10 miles from Brundage Mountain Ski Resort. Tamarack Ski Resort is about 20 minutes away. Located up Warren Wagon Road.
This cabin has it all. At least, all you would ever need in a home sweet away from home. Vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace, covered deck, bamboo flooring, leather couches, local artwork and photography. The open loft features a futon with a big screen tv complete with a dvd collection with everyone's favorites. The perfect setting for a family BBQ, outside you have a grill and a view, and inside the kitchen comes fully stocked with everything you need to be chef, baker or griller extraordinaire.
There are three bedrooms (including master bedroom), each with a custom aspen queen log bed. Master bedroom features a beautifully tiled bathroom, large tub and shower with custom crafted vanity. If you need more beds, there is the futon in the loft and 2 twin size mattresses, plenty of linens and blankets. The mud room has an eco-friendly washer and dryer. Ipod speakers and does have access to your own wireless plans (if you have your own mobile phone or laptop with plan).
You will find a personal touch on the inside, with handcrafted log and wood furniture. The owner, Mark, has always had a way with his hands, and it shows in the craftsmanship. Log beds, stools, dining table, side tables, all crafted out of aspen and recycled dock wood.
From $175-$250 a night (see rates) with a minimum stay of 2 nights.
Get a FREE night, rent 6 nights and the 7th night is on us.
Remember, the early booker gets the sweet cabin!