Friday, May 15, 2009

Beautiful Cabin in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho

Unbelievable views from this spectacular family-owned vacation rental.
Located on the waters' edge of the Spokane river, only 2 mi from Post Falls or 7 mi from Cd'A.
This is a fully furnished round cabin with all amenities (minus d/w & laundry).
Main living area includes a beautiful marble wood-burning fireplace which separates the queen-sized pull-out leather couch from the queen-sized bed w/ new pillow-top mattress. A flat-screen TV with limited cable networks is also available.
The kitchen adjoins the living area & all open onto a deck with outdoor furniture & cushions.
Bathroom has sink, shower & toilet.
Kitchen includes all amenities except dishwasher (Live dishwashers available upon request!).
Amazing views of the river are available from every point within.
The cabin sleeps 6 comfortably by making use of the private sleeping quarters located about 50 ft behind the cabin. This mini-cottage houses a new king-sized bed or 2 twins (sleeping 2 of the 6 total possible guests). The main cabin sleeps 4 guests in two separate queen beds in the main living area

Included with the cabin is a large private dock suitable for swimming, boat tie-ups or jet skis. A canoe, pedal boat, life jackets, BBQ, fire pit and deck furniture are also available for guests. Clean, deep water is perfect for swimming.

The cabin driveway feeds onto Riverview Drive which is the former Ironman bike course. It is an excellent bike riding loop that leads to the Centennial Trail.
Although on the waters' edge, the cabin has its own private driveway (recently improved) and parking for multiple vehicles.
Minimal stairs lead from parking area to cabin.
Cost is $320 per night with a 4-night minimum stay. Ironman week is a minimum 5 nights stay (with deeply discounted additional nights available).
Non-refundable deposit equals half of balance which is due at time of reservation.
No Smoking.
For all questions and reservations please call LeeAnn at (208)777-5500 or email
This is truly a unique, one-of-a-kind vacation opportunity!
We offer a complimentary jet ski ride to all guests while we accompany you.
*There is also a new Malibu ski boat and driver rental available for wakeboarding, knee-boarding, water-skiing, tubing, etc. You may also choose to take a leisurely cruise up the river and onto Lake Cd'A where you can see the famous Floating Green along with the Cd'A Resort & Tubbs Hill.


  1. This is so lovely!

  2. This terrific home literally has it all – the inside is well appointed with all the modern comforts; the view is spectacular; the location is happily accessible to everything; and even the weather was fabulous. It is well described in the ad: a perfect menu of outdoorsy activities nestled in a serene setting for maximum absorption of north Idaho majesty. This is a rental that welcomes you “home,” accommodating all ages and surpassing every expectation. We didn’t want to leave and can’t wait to return!

  3. We LOVED our time at this quaint cabin! We lived on the deck, dock, and in the river during our stay; The floor to ceiling windows beckon you out of doors. The cabin feels quiet and protected, nestled into a private wooded section of the river. Everything is comfortable and well-maintained. We are hoping to get back again this summer.

  4. Gabe, Thank you for the jet ski ride! It was so much fun. I've never been on one and it was SO MUCH FUN and so nice of you to take us. Thanks!
    --Joyce and Larry.

  5. We had a great time in your beautiful "Little Round Cabin on the Spokane River." Thank you for the milk and cookies! Marc had a great Ironman and it was so nice to get to be here with him.

  6. Thanks for your support! Place is great and very relaxing and cookies were great also!

  7. Thank you! We had a wonderful time! The cabin was perfect and we really enjoyed ourselves. Please give our tip to your son to thank him for the rides on the jet ski. That was a lot of fun.

  8. This is a review of a book I recently read entitled "Derailed: Five Lessons Learned From Catastrophic Failure of Leadership," by Dr. Tim Irwin. I read this because I like to stay informed with what's going on out in the "real world," even though I am what most would categorize as a "soccer mom." I was really looking forward to reading the six CEO's that Irwin profiles at the beginning of the book. I am a fan of a couple of those large corporations, so I was intrigued to see what went wrong on the inside. Unfortunately, in almost every case of the six, the details were omitted while the reader was given a general personality or moral failure as the reason for each of their "derailments." However, what I found is that the real heart of the book is found in the second half where Irwin analyzes how to "stay on the rails." He occasionally refers back to the six CEO's he originally profiled to give examples, but in each of these chapters he gives even better examples, in my opinion, of what it means to stay on track and quite simply, to "Do what's right." This is really a character building book that reveals how the humble lead and stayed engaged with their co-workers. I came away much more satisfied after finishing the book than I was half-way through it. It's a book I'd like to give each of my kids as they enter the workforce. He's got some great advice for any reader.

  9. LeeAnn, Thank you for everything! We loved the cabin & just the joy of relaxing in such a beautiful part of the country. We will pass on everything to those who would enjoy this get-away. May God bless you and yours.
    --Ed & Melody. October 2012