Idaho January 27, 2017
You Won’t Forget Your Stay In These 8 One Of A Kind Idaho Cabins
Whether dreaming of a hideout to snuggle up until spring, or planning ahead for your next summer road trip, cabins are the perfect blend of cozy luxury and remote beauty. From luxurious lodges to tiny, homey abodes, Idaho never fails to offer up the best lodging and the best scenery in the country. We’ve shown you a few cabins before, but why not check these out too?
1. Bristol Cabins, Lava Hot Springs
If staying in a historic pioneer cabin and roughing it like it's the 1800s is your idea of a true getaway, the Bristol Cabins are the perfect spot. Here, your stay will include organic gardening, old fashioned meal prep, and a truly unique experience.
Address: 200 Bristol Park Ln, Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246
2. Billingsley Creek Cabins, Hagerman
Few people realize just how much of an oasis Hagerman is in southern Idaho, but these cozy cabins showcase the region's natural beauty perfectly. Whether staying in the large Hemingway cabin or one of the 10 smaller ones, your abode will back up to a tiny creek branching off of the Snake River while a green and shaded landscape offers privacy.
Address: 17940 US Highway 30, Hagerman, ID 83332
3. Big Boulder Cabin, Sandpoint
Tucked away on six park-like acres well outside downtown Sandpoint, Big Boulder Cabin a 2 BEd/1 Bath log cabin that sits far enough outside town to be quiet and peaceful while offering easy access to the bountiful offerings of this waterfront town. The wood-stove makes the cabin cozy, and the fenced backyard ensures your family and pets stay safely out of the woods.
4. Posh Donnelly Cabin, Donnelly
Donnelly is already a breathtaking slice of Idaho, but this expansive cabin takes it to the next level with Lake Cascade overlooks and beautiful mountain views to boot, plus a lofty 3 Bed/3 Bath layout, Did we mention the zip line, private hot tub, and personal in-home theater? No?
5. Three Rivers Resort, Lowell
This family-run resort and set of cabins is located in a near perfect setting at the confluence of the Lochsa, Selway, and Clearwater Rivers, making it absolutely idyllic for anyone seeking a recreation basecamp, but equally as scenic for anyone who longs for a hidden waterfront retreat.
Address: 115 Selway Rd. Kooskia, Idaho
6. Roxy's Retreat, Island Park
This aptly-named haven in the Last Chance area of Island Park is a hidden gem with plenty of personality. With 2 bedrooms plus a warm loft, a stay here will feel like your own private paradise. From the patio or the balcony you can watch moose and deer come to drink from the pond next to the property, but Henry's Fork, the Island Park Reservoir, and even Mesa Falls are mere minutes away.
7. Bear Lake Cabin, Fish Haven
For a stay in rural southern Idaho, without sacrificing beach views or the lush green landscapes found in northern Idaho, this charming pioneer-style cabin is absolutely divine. 3 bedrooms, an expansive landscape with room for additional tents for large parties, a private slice of the beach, and rustic creature comforts, it's a dreamy abode well worth checking out.
8. Wolf Lodge Cabins, Coeur d'Alene
Surrounded by mountains in a wooded setting, this expansive campground is shaded and grassy multiple tent sites and plenty of room to run around near your waterfront private cabin. A childrens' playground, an idyllic setting near the creek branching off of Coeur d'Alene Lake, and multiple cabin styles mean you have plenty of options to fit your family's getaway needs.
Ready to plan your next weekend getaway? These are just a few of Idaho’s seemingly endless cabin and overnight options!