Lodging

Bett's House

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The Betts’ House completed in 2006 is a vacation home managed by Kootenai Angler. It is located behind the River Bend Restaurant and overlooks the tail of the home pool and the head end of Jennings Rapids. Spectacular views exist in all directions from the master bedroom. It can accommodate up to 3 couples and is the largest of all the rentals. It has a large kitchen/dining area, living room, 2 full baths and laundry facilities. It also has a unique river rock fire place located in the center of the living room. Rates are $350 nightly or $2350 weekly.

  • Accommodates up to 4 people
  • Large kitchen, two full baths
  • Gorgeous views
  • Largest of all rentals

Osprey House

Our first rental unit, the log home called the Osprey House was built in 1991. It has a total living area of 1500 square feet with an additional large porch overlooking the river. It log shell was built out of locally grown lodge pole pine by a local log smith. There is a big master bedroom with two double beds upstairs with a private balcony and a dormer overlooking the “home pool”. Downstairs is a full sized kitchen, dining area, a living room, and a separate bedroom with two single beds. A fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, dishwasher, and a gas barbeque grill are available for your use. It will accommodate from 4-7 persons depending on single/couple arrangements. It has a total of 4 beds. The guest house has a TV/VCR, stereo and a phone.

  • Accommodates 4-7 persons
  • 1500 square feet
  • Large porch overlooking the river
  • Fully equipped kitchen
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Otter Cabin

The Otter Cabin built in 2001 out of very unique large Lodgepole pine logs which had an average diameter of 16 inches. It is tucked into the downstream corner of the property, surrounded by trees and graced by very commanding views of Jennings Rapids. The front of this cabin boasts of a large deck with floor-to-ceiling picture windows with breathtaking views. The floor plan is similar to the small cabin without the loft area.

  • Two full size double beds
  • Enclosed bath and kitchenette
  • Phone
  • Stereo system with surround sound
  • Wade fishing run right in front of cabin
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Fisher Cabin

In 1995 we added a small cabin we call the Fisher Cabin, which sits just 50 yards upstream of the guest house. It was built from locally grown Western White pine. It is roughly 600 square feet and a mini-version of our original guest house, ideal for two fishers or a small family. It contains two queen sized double beds separated by an enclosed bathroom. It has a small loft area with two single beds and a small porch overlooking the “home pool” boat ramp. It has a kitchenette area with a kitchen sink, microwave, coffee maker and a small refrigerator. This unit has a stereo system, but no phone.

  • Accommodates 4-6 persons
  • 600 square feet
  • Small porch overlooking home pool
  • Kitchenette
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Bunk House

In 1999 we turned a section of our 1898 hand hewed, log barn into the Bunkhouse unit. It was the original dwelling on the property where the first owners lived and housed their animals while they built their log home out of trees grown on the property. The log home which is now the Blackburn home dates back to 1906 and was refurbished in the early eighties by Dave and Tammy when they first bought the property. The bunkhouse has 3 double beds, along with a small kitchenette. It is located 50 yards from the river’s edge with river views from the loft area windows. It is definitely the most unique of all our rentals captivating part of the past with the present. It also contains a stereo. The bunkhouse is situated next to the stable area of the barn. Zady and Strider are the names of our two horses.

  • Accommodates up to 6 persons
  • Kitchenette
  • Originally a barn from 1898
  • Remodeled and near river
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