Adventures and Memories Start at the Beckwith Lodge(7 Reviews)
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- Minimum stay:1-6 nights
- Property type:Lodge
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:Yes
About the Property
The Lodge Is A 4 Bdroom Place, 21/2 Baths , With Up And Lower Decks, And Hot Tub
Beckwith Lodge was made from scratch with logs being cut in 1979. Inside features 4 bedrooms with queen beds in each one with additional single beds in 3 of the bedrooms. The loft offers two single beds. There are 2 downstairs baths.
The kitchen is complete for all your meal preparation needs. The long table can seatt 16. There is a wood stove that helps warm one and all with wood provided. A washer and dryer are available for your use.
Outside features upper and lower decks. The lower decks are covered. The west lower deck includes area for sitting, barbecue and hot tub. The backyard has a fire pit for fireside chats, cooking steaks, hot dog roasts and making Smores. The horse shoe pit and swing set are for folks of all ages. There’s plenty of parking. There are views of the Sawtooths and river from the upper deck. The Lodge is the place to start your vacation adventure, wedding, reunion, or celebrations of any kind.
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Member since: 2015
- 2000 sq. ft.
- Max. occupancy 12
- Events Allowed
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters:
- Children Welcome
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12, Beds for 10-12
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms, 1 Half Bathroom
- Away From It All
- Sports & Activities
Local Services & Businesses
- Massage Therapist
- Medical Services
- Bird Watching
- Eco Tourism
- Horseback Riding
- Paddle Boating
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Mountain View:
Sports & Adventure Activities
- Cross Country Skiing
- Fly Fishing
- Freshwater Fishing
- Ice Skating
- Jet Skiing
- Mountain Biking
- Mountain Climbing
- Rock Climbing
- Scuba Diving Or Snorkeling
- Water Skiing
- Water Tubing
- Whitewater Rafting
- Dining Area
- Seating for 16 people
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|Dates||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Oct 8 - May 31, 2017
3 night min stay
Jun 1 - Oct 1, 2017
6 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
- Tax Rate 8%
Payments: Guests have the option of paying the full amount or two or more payments. The deposit is required to confirm a reservation. A $200 deposit is required for 3 nights, $400 5 or more nights.
RV/Campers/Tents- $30.00 per night please ask Bob or Marcia to clarify and answer questions.
The State .07 tax is added to Lodging Bill. Lodging fees include cleaning fee.
Owner's cancellation policy:
Policy available by contacting owner when booking
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Beckwith Lodge in the Stanley Basin. The Lodge is perfectly located to begin almost any of your outdoor adventures. Public land is out the back door. You are free to go and enjoy. The Salmon River flows 100 yards away. Mountain trails lead in all directions. The mountains beckon you to hike, explore, and seek outdoor experiences. The Stanley Basin is a four season place. Each season offers unique opportunities for those coming to visit. We look forward to having you stay with us. Always feel free to ask questions so we can help out.
Year Purchased: 1978
About the owner: Bob and Marcia were Idaho Educators. Guiding white water raft trips brought Bob and Marcia to the Salmon River, Sawtooths and Stanley Basin. Bob is a licensed white water guide. He has guided commercial trips on Upper Main, Main Salmon, Middle Fork of the Salmon, and Lower Salmon River. Marcia helped with river trip logistics and food management. We had a love of Idaho outdoors when we came to the basin. Working, playing, having and raising kids and now grand kids along the Salmon River and the Sawtooth Mountains is the fabric of our lives. During his career Bob taught, Biology, Environmental Sciences, Photography, and Yearbook for 33 years. Marcia was an English and Social Studies Teacher who then became a librarian-tech consultant. She completed her 34 year Career with Boise School District managing over 50 libraries.
Why the Owner Chose Stanley, ID, USA:
The land was purchased in 1978, the Logs were cut in 1979, and the Lodge built in 1983. We picked the piece of land because it provides easy access, with a wonderful Sawtooths View. The Salmon River is only 100 yards away. The Lodge is used year around so there is no challenge accessing the lodge because of weather or winter conditions. The Lodge has provided the perfect place to launch one day to days long adventures. Almost every outdoor adventure can begin at the Lodge. The Beckwiths have enjoyed starting many float trips, back packs, hikes, hunting and fishing trips from the Lodge. Families have been coming since the doors were in place for their celebrations. The Lodge was designed to provide adequate space for a family group, friends and guests. With the decks, bar-b-cue, hot tub, backyard, and fire pit area outdoor celebrations have occurred with more than 50 people. As educators we knew we wouldn't be able to use the cabin year around. We built it with the vision of having a Lodge for our family, friends and guests' celebrations and adventures.
The Unique Benefits at this Lodge:
The Sawtooths come with lots of space. There are miles and miles of open space. They provide a place for a lifetime of adventures. You can walk from the Lodge onto your public land. You don’t even have to ask access. You are free to go, hike, hunt, fish, (with proper licenses), explore, sled, ski, and celebrate. The Salmon River is out the front door. It is the longest river in the United States to start and end within a given state. You could launch a boat 100 yards from the front door and go all the way to the Pacific! And some folks have done that. We tried to design the lodge to capture some of that spaciousness. When you are sitting at the table you can look up 26 feet to ceiling above. You can cast your eyes out multiple windows, each offering their own view. You can look up to the balcony and second floor above. Each time of year offers something different. Winter can be mild to well below zero. When the temperatures dip into the minus numbers, the air is crystal clear. You will hardly see the Sawtooths more beautiful. The wild flowers and green of spring and early summer couldn’t be richer. The wild critters are always around. Sometime you will hear them and sometimes you will see them. Over our time here we have heard the call of many kinds of birds. The geese love the open meadows. Bald Eagles fly the river corridor. Osprey can be seen taking fish from the Salmon River. Elk bugle in the fall. This is a treat when soaking in the hot tub. Wolves and coyotes have howled out the daily news. From the Lodge we have seen deer, elk, antelope, coyotes, an occasional bear, and wolves (very, very rare). At one point in time Todd the Fox (grandchildren’s choice of name) came for visits. This was a major delight for those at the Lodge. Sometimes you will see them and sometimes you won't. We always encourage guests to keep their eyes open; one never knows when something will show up to show off. Binoculars are a handy tool.
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Beckwith Lodge was built from scratch in 1983. The logs were cut and peeled in 1979. The land behind the lodge is National Forest, the land that we all own.
Parking area provides easy access to Decks and Lodge. Moving in is a breeze. The new shed provides wood ready for use.
The west deck is a place to sit and watch the Sawtooths. The deck has the bar-b-cue and the hot tub. The deck is where many celebrations have occurred.
Open dining and living room provide plenty of space for guests
Living room has comfortable sitting arrangement The wood stove is a warming spot
The Master Bedroom has a queen bed and features a master bathroom.
This is the east facing bedroom with a Queen, a Bunk bed, flat couch, and table.
The loft provides access to the upper deck. There are couches and two day beds. This is the spot that is wonderfully warm for reading and just hanging out.
Beckwiths Lodge has seen all kinds of weather. Snow has occurred in all months
Winter is for “ING” vacations:sledding, skiing, snowmobiling, hot tubing, fishing!
Grandkids named the visitor. “Todd” seemed to like the Lodge.
The antelope are close enough to hear foot beats and communication “pings”.
Beckwith Lodge guests have enjoyed their stays for over 30 years.
Deck provides access to the yard. The yard has a horse shoe pit and fire pit. The fire pit is a place for fireside chats. Steaks can be grilled and hot dogs roasted on a stick. Smores never tasted better than when created at the fire pit. Fire wood is in the wood shed. The swing set is for children of all ages.
The Kitchen comes complete for all your cooking and meal prep needs. Windows provide light and vistas.
The long table is hand crafted. It will seat 16 giving plenty of space to share meals and stories. The kitchen is a few steps away.
The upstairs balcony view. The open dining and living area are spacious.
Down stairs east bedroom with queen and single bed, chest and night stands
This west facing bedroom has a queen bed, a single bed, a love seat and table.
Late spring and early summer are the green months,hills and trees never greener
Winter snows come before the end of fall. Winter The Sawtooths can disappear
A blue August day.
Elk show up all year. How many remains a mystery until the count is finished.
The deer run by on occasion. In spring Goose pairs parade their goslings.
This listing was first published here in 2015.
Date last modified - Friday, March 24, 2017
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