You’ll want to take a look inside of this Bonners Ferry, Idaho log cabin that can accommodate up to 4 guests with 1 bedroom, 3 beds, and 1 bath. Get away from it all when you reside at this rustic Bonners Ferry cabin which features stunning mountain views, with access to boundless outdoor adventures. During your vacation stay, you can start your day with a book and a cup of coffee on the patio. Then, step out and go hiking, kayaking, or birdwatching in the surrounding Kootenai National Forest, and visit the downtown area where eateries and shops await. Return to a guest-ready bedroom, full bathroom, loft, wood-burning stove, and more. The cabin has free WiFi, cozy aesthetics, and a fire pit, and is just minutes to National Forest Sites. This tranquil Northern Rockies cabin invites couples or small families to bask in the wilderness while offering a cozy, sound home base. The cabin has one bedroom with a queen-sized bed, and a loft with 2 twin sized beds.
Enjoy outdoor living with a front porch, covered patio, picnic table, yard, and mountain views. Inside the cabin, there is sofa seating, a dining table, a walk-in shower, and a cathedral ceiling. The cabin has a well-equipped kitchen with cooking basics, a drip coffee maker, a toaster, dishware, flatware, and spices. The cabin provides linens, towels, complimentary toiletries, hangers, trash bags, and paper towels. To enter there is just a small step, the bedroom and bathroom are on the first floor, a ladder is required for the loft, and the homeowner is on-site. The driveway has room for 3 vehicles.
The cabin is located in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, United States where there is plenty to see and do. Some of the outdoor activities in the area include the Kootenai National Forest where you can enjoy fishing, boating, rafting, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, birdwatching, mountain biking, and ATVing (surrounding). Kootenai River access is 2.9 miles away, Smith Lake (5.5 miles), Dawson Lake (7.1 miles), Myrtle Falls Trail (8.6 miles), Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge (9.2 miles), and the Eileen Dam (10.8 miles).
Located in the heart of the Kootenai River Valley, the town of Bonners Ferry serves as a picturesque international gateway to Idaho and hosts visitors from around the world. The town is surrounded by three mountain ranges, with abundant outdoor recreation just steps away. During your vacation stay, you can visit the town and enjoy the charm of its old-fashioned downtown filled with unique shops, as well as excellent eateries and hometown breweries. Nearby is the Kootenai River Inn and Casino, a place to try your luck, or just simply unwind and relax in its riverside setting.
Brush Lake Mountain Bike Trails. One of the newest and nicest single-track mountain bike trails in the region, with features designed by bikers, the Brush Lake Trail is on Forest Service lands about 30 minutes drive north of Bonners Ferry. It’s an intermediate ride with a relatively small elevation gain that beginners might tackle to hone their skills. The trail constitutes about a six-mile loop around small Brush Lake; many bikers also reverse-ride the route to make it 12 miles.
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