Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday home in Hunters - Chewelah Getaway
2 Bdrms, 2 Baths, Large Patio Deck, Trout Stream, Sleeps 6
This brand new 2,400 sq ft ground level home boasts its beauty with natural hickory wood floors & knotty pine doors throughout. It is a 2 bedroom/2 bath/3-car garage/driveway a large patio deck with propane BBQ grill and large back yard (landscape to be completed in 2014) along a trout stream. The master suite features a custom pine log queen bed, walk-in closet, jetted tub, dbl sink granite vanity and private commode. The 2nd guest room features a queen bed and guest bath has granite vanity top and private shower/commode, large open concept kitchen with natural hickory cabinets & featuring a large granite breakfast bar, dining area, a comfortable living room featuring a 48 inch' LCD HDTV on Dish, video library, including board games & cards. Free WI-Fi is available. Most cell phone connections are available on the property. A full size laundry room, ironing board & iron are at your fingertips. We are child friendly. All linens and towels are provided. Kitchen is fully equipped. You provide your own meals. No landline is available inside, please bring your cell phone. This a No pets, non-smoking rental. Come and enjoy a place for all seasons in the Pacific Northwest!
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Guestbook comments from the owner
Dear Ed and Lynda,
Thank you for renting us your vacation home. We have stayed in many rental homes and yours was one of the best!! Thanks again!
I built this home with the property in mind of the breathtaking Quartzite mountain views and the Chewelah Creek at the back of the property. The back of the property is home to a long standing family of deer, with each year bringing new fawns to the fold. The creek boasts the native rainbow trout and an occasional German brown for the avid fisherman.
I bought this property in Chewelah (chew-ee-lah) after visiting Spokane for the Wold's Fair in 1974. I found that it was quaintly nestled between Spokane, with it's roaring Spokane Falls at Riverfront Park and Manitou Park Botanical Gardens and Colville, just to the south of the Canadian Border known for it's white water rafting, tubing and plentiful fishing. Chewelah is surrounded by the Colville National Forest and the 29 lakes and rivers surrounding it for family boating, fishing, water skiing, jet-skiing, swimming and sunbathing activities and found this beautiful scenic area a place to behold and enjoy permanently.
'A Place for All Seasons' - Winter kicks off with the opening of 49 Degrees North Ski Hill where you can
ski & snowboard to your hearts content down it's many runs and slopes. Snowmobiling trails in the National Forest lead all the way to the Idaho border for a day of fun filled traveling. Spring brings in the start of fishing season, hikers abundant on newly cleared trails and the budding of new life starting to sprout on the hearty trees and colorful flowers. Summer sings with a bounty of festivities, such as the well known Chataqua Festival, Vintage Car Show and weekly Farmer's Market held in town at the Chewelah Park located a block away from the property. The Farmer's Market not only shows off an abundance of produce fresh from the ground, but also home to numerous baked goods such as pies, breads, cinnamon rolls, jellies & jams, jewelry, soaps, and leather goods all locally/hand made from Washingtonians. Fall brings in the end of the harvest season with wild berry picking of all sorts (blackberry, red raspberry and huckleberries) and jump starts the hunting season, while green leaves turn to the colorful eye pleasing shades of red, orange and brown a relish to the photographers eye. Spring brings on the fishing season and golfing just up the street. Hiking & Mushrooming are the avid travelers dream. Summer is the boast of the season with it's fresh locally grown Farmers Market, the lakes/rivers water activities and the infamous Chataqua Festival. local car shows, antiquing and and many other outdoor activities at the City Park just a block away across the creek.