This wonderful retreat is located on the eastside of Priest Lake, near the Indian Creek Campground. The knotty pine cabin boasts a roomy kitchen with large window looking out at the lake a dishwasher, microwave and espresso maker. In the Fall the wood stove heats up the cabin nicely. There is a king size bed and full bath. Step outside onto the lake facing deck and enjoy eating al fresco or watching the sunset. If what you are looking for is a place to relax and perhaps take a nap you might try the hammock among the trees. In the evening there is a large fire pit with bench seating around, a favorite place to roast s'mores.
Just a few yards from the cabin is the "Bug's Ear", a wonderfully converted bunk house that has windows facing the lake and from which you can hear the water lapping the shore. The Bug's Ear has two full size beds, a full bath with a tub, washer and dryer and a small refrigerator for drinks.
The private dock is a great place to start your day with a cup of coffee. The sun bathes the deck and the water is usually calm and crystal clear. A market umbrella provides shade for those wanting less sun, and the beach is a great place for children to play while parents look on.
There are two Kayaks, a canoe and various float toys available for guests use.
The camp store at nearby Indian Creek Campground is a nice little hike, or short drive, for basic provisions and great ice cream. The Leonard Paul store in Coolin has been around since 1906. It is about a 25 min drive and is an old fashioned general store with gift shop, sandwich shop and ice cream counter in addition to groceries, liquor and wine, and lattes.
If you want a dinner out there are several restaurants around the lake, two of our favorites are Cavanaughs and Blue Diamond, or if you have a boat a quick trip across the lake to Elkins or Hills Resort for fine dining and huckleberry daiquiris.
There are loads of trails for hiking with gorgeous vistas that can be reached by walking right out the cabin door or by car. During July and August you might discover some huckleberries along the path.