The Bighole Cabin is a 16 by 24-foot log cabin that is perfect for a comfortable overnight or extended vacation stay. Located in Salmon, Idaho, United States, the log cabin features free WiFi, satellite television, and air conditioning. The cabin has a full kitchen, full-size refrigerator, stove/oven, convection microwave, and large storage cabinets. It has one comfortable full-sized bed and another futon couch with a full-sized mattress. The log cabin is private, comfortable, and clean. The log cabin has a no pet policy.
The log cabin can comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests with 1 bedroom, 2 beds, and 1 bathroom. The cabin has a front covered porch, perfect for enjoying your morning cup of coffee and later on stargazing on clear nights. The cabins have modern, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of kitchen storage with all the comforts of home. You'll love the Western decor and all the wood used throughout the cabins for an authentic log cabin vacation experience. The cabins are surrounded by beautiful scenery, and during your vacation stay, you may even see some wildlife.
The vacation property is well maintained and quiet. There is a beautiful view of the mountains and a three-acre pasture out your cabin door. The cabin has plenty of parking, a new gravel road, and easy access off of Highway 28. The cabin is only two miles away from downtown Salmon, Idaho. These are true, log cabins, with four available the are adjacent to each other and offer lots of privacy. They are all brand new, clean, quiet, and comfortable. Features of the log cabins include wifi, free parking on premises, air conditioning, cable television, and heating. The cabin has the essentials you need for a comfortable stay. Located in Salmon, Idaho, United States, this is true country style living, and only two miles away to town. The log cabins are 2 miles out of town, just a short drive by vehicle, an enjoyable bike ride, or an invigorating walk.
The log cabin located in the Salmon Valley has plenty to see and do. During your vacation stay, you might enjoy hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation on the edge of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness in central Idaho. Salmon is a town built by Western exploration and widely known as the birthplace of Sacajawea. History buffs and nature adventurers alike will find Salmon a unique place. The area has hiking trails through some of the most historically rich landscapes of the West. The Salmon-Challis area has hundreds of miles of quiet trails just for day hikers, and backpackers.
During the winter months, you can enjoy ice fishing, cross country skiing, ice skating, alpine skiing and snowboarding and so much more. The Lost Trail powder mountain offers the same champaign powder and a vertical drop of major resorts, with the atmosphere of a small-town, family-run hill. If you are not into the speed of alpine skiing, you might take a leisurely snowshoe loop around one of Salmon's many family friendly trails. Visit a hot spring for even more stories to bring home.
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