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Cabin in Priest River
Priest Lake Modern Luxury Cabin with a Hot Tub
Modern luxury meets Priest Lake! This new construction home is tucked away in the woods behind Priest Lake Golf Course. Located 5 minutes from Hill's Resort and 2 minutes to Millie's, this is a perfect spot for families or a group of friends to enjoy Priest Lake! This 3 bedroom/3 bathroom cabin has 2 primary suites, a hot tub, a year-round fire pit, and a stunning view of the golf course. We've got you covered in the winter with an automatic generator and snow shoe trails out your back door!
$349 per night
Cabin in Sagle
Couple's Cabin Retreat Views of Lake Pend Oreille
Escape to Root Cabin in this Scandinavian modern styled home. Boasting lake views, this cabin is the perfect mountain side sanctuary for an intimate retreat. An open concept living space leads out to a private deck complete with lounge chairs and an outdoor shower. Soak in the view while sipping your favorite beverage or enjoy al fresco dining! **Winter Driving** Due to the steepness of the driveway, AWD/4x4 is required in the winter months when there is snow.
$172 per night
Tower in Sandpoint
Lookout Tower with stunning views near Schweitzer!
Escape to a breathtaking mountain retreat for remote getaways or romantic nights in! This stunning lookout tower, inspired by National Park architecture, sits atop a granite cliff over 60 feet high, offering unparalleled views of the Cabinet Mountains, Sandpoint, and Lake Pend Oreille. Tucked away off the main cutoff to Schweitzer Mountain, this awe-inspiring structure is a must-see for anyone seeking a one-of-a-kind experience.
$234 per night

Priest Lake vacation rentals

Guesthouse in Nordman
Priest Lake - Northern Exposure
$170 per night
Home in Coolin
Jenny’s Priest Lake Cabin
$135 per night
Cottage in Sagle
The Buck Spur | A Cozy Cottage close to Sandpoint
$128 per night
Home in Coolin
Beautiful Priest Lake home in Coolin, Idaho!
$350 per night
Cottage in Naples
The Selkirk Flat
$66 per night
Hotel room in Coolin
Eight Mile Room
$155 per night
Cabin in Bonners Ferry
4 seasons of fun! Mountain Cabin HOT TUB! No Fees!
$187 per night
Cabin in Priest River
Blue Heron Cabin
$91 per night
Cabin in Sandpoint
Romantic Four Season Retreat Private Lakefront Gem
$244 per night
Guesthouse in Sagle
Birch Tree Studio-A Relaxing Retreat
$115 per night
Cabin in Nordman
Priest Lake Family Cabin w/ Private Beach Access
$239 per night
Home in Sagle
Mountain Retreat w/ Views of Lake Pend Oreille
$243 per night

Priest Lake homes

Home in Bonners Ferry
Quail House, Mountain/Valley Views & Hot Tub
$128 per night
Home in Sagle
Luxurious home w/ hot tub & boat slip
$395 per night
Home in Sandpoint
2BR Lakeview Dog Friendly | Hot Tub
$255 per night
Home in Coolin
Priest Lake Cozy Cabin in the Woods
$350 per night
Home in Priest River
Waterfront Home on Priest River
$200 per night
Home in Sagle
Lakefront Retreat w/ Hot Tub ~ 7 Mi to Schweitzer!
$216 per night
Home in Hope
Garden of Eagen: A Lovers' Getaway and Retreat
$250 per night
Home in Priest Lake
Bryant Park at Priest Lake
$257 per night
Home in Sandpoint
The Wood View: Secluded, Dog Friendly, Hot Tub
$250 per night
Home in Sagle
2BR Lakefront | Hot Tub | Dock | WoodStove
$500 per night
Home in Sagle
Lake Pend Oreille w/ Dock, Boat Lift, Hot Tub
$243 per night
Home in Nordman
Bed and Sled at Priest Lake
$136 per night

Your guide to Priest Lake

All About Priest Lake

In the northernmost region of the Idaho panhandle, just 30 miles south of the Canadian border, Priest Lake is surrounded by the mile-high Selkirk Mountains and near endless cedar, fir, and tamarack forests. This 10,000-year-old lake with nearly 80 miles of shoreline has become a destination for nature lovers and thrill-seekers. The clear waters, sourced from the mountaintops, make prime conditions for water-skiing, sailing, and canoeing. Just under the shimmering surface is an ecosystem teeming with life, the draw of competitive fishers who make their way from all across the country to try and reel in trophy-sized trout.

Just past the lakeshores, Priest Lake State Park is a nature-bound playground suited for all levels of activity, from observing whitetail deer, moose, and bald eagles in their natural habitats to rock climbing in the nearby mountain range and cross-country skiing in the wintertime. While you’re out adventuring on the park’s numerous biking, hiking, and horseback trails, you’re likely to come across the region’s famous huckleberry bushes, which you’re encouraged to pick from and enjoy. You’ll also find a handful of small lakeside towns scattered across the shore, where you can grab any essentials you’ll need during your stay at your Priest Lake rental.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Priest Lake?

Priest Lake has something to draw you during each of the four seasons. The summer is an excellent time to spend a day cooling down in the water or exploring the state park trails hunting for ripe huckleberries. The temperature starts to cool down in fall, and visitors flock to the region to see the gorgeous fall foliage and take a gentle rafting trip down the Priest River. Though winters don’t get as cold as they do west of the Rockies, the amount of snowfall in the region draws in visitors looking to take in the gorgeous white landscape via cross-country skis, snowshoes, and snowmobiles. Spring is the best time to take in the beautiful circle of life, when deer, elk, and other animals that call the park home care for their newborns as the ice thaws. It’s something beautiful to witness, but please leave the animals undisturbed.

What are the top things to do in Priest Lake?

Hanna Flats Cedar Grove Trail

This quarter-mile-long trail brings you through an ancient part of the forest that has survived hundreds of years of logging, homesteading, and natural disasters. The path features educational panels, and you can learn about eight species of trees and nearly two dozen other thriving plant species.

Priest River

This 68-mile river runs through every variation of landscape that the region is known for, from canyons to dense forest to vast pastures with beautiful backdrops of the Selkirk Mountains. Advanced water-sports enthusiasts will want to check out the Class III rapids in the spring, while more casual rafters will want to take this trip during October, when the river is lower and calmer.

Vinther-Nelson Cabin

Only accessible by boat, the Vinther-Nelson Cabin was built by hand in 1897 and is a step back into what life was like in homestead Idaho. Preserved by the Vinther and Nelson families, its caretakers also created a small on-site museum where visitors to Eight Mile Island can learn about the region’s history.

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