Huckleberry Tent & Breakfast -Cedar

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Tent hosted by Christine

4 guests, 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the tent to yourself.
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Savor a unique, bed & breakfast getaway​ with everything you need to relax & enjoy the beauty of our north Idaho wilderness, just 30 miles from scenic Sandpoint, Idaho. Our Cedar's campsite features a comfortably furnished tent cabin & camp kitchen.

The space
We feature three special campsites— Nona’s, Cedars, and Mountain View. This listing is for our Cedar's Tent Site.

When you stay at Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast, you’ll enjoy a secluded home in the woods with everything you need to make your stay unforgettable. In addition to our snug and comfy canvas walled tent cabins, each camping site includes …

• Your own screened camp kitchen with antique functional hand pump for water, a propane stove, ice chest (bring ice) and lots of cookware.
• An airy, cozy outhouse complete with candles and plenty of reading material. It’s all natural, completely sanitary, and smells as fresh and clean as all outdoors.
• Outdoor shower (yes, you can heat the water) with towels and amenities.
• Your own thoughtfully-furnished campsite with fire pit, camp furniture, citronella torches and candles to keep the bugs at bay, and more. If you call ahead, we’ll even light the fire for you.
•Bringing an extra guest? No problem. In addition to the queen size bed in the main tent, there is a side tent with 2 cots, foam mattresses, pillows, comforters, and sheets. The 2 cots can also be moved into the main tent if you desire. Just let us know.

For those who crave solitude, Cedars Tent Site is for you. Off in a corner by itself and nestled in the trees, rest and contentment are found in abundance. Roast a marshmallow over the campfire and re-discover the simple joys in life.

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." --Henry David Thoreau

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

What this place offers

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Backyard
Indoor fireplace
Pack ’n play/Travel crib
Breakfast
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Clark Fork, Idaho, United States

Folks are attracted to north Idaho’s rich natural beauty, and we think that around here we have more than our fair share of it. Local attractions include ...
• Wildlife, including deer, elk, moose, eagles, owls, and numerous smaller birds, fish, and critters.
• Scotchman Peak (visible from Mountain View campsite), the highest peak in Bonner County. This is a strenuous climb but definitely worth it!
• Clark Fork River delta and Johnson Creek inlet, with dozens of islands and quiet water channels, throngs of birds and an occasional moose, all nestled between the towering Bitterroot mountains on the south and Cabinet mountains on the north.
• Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho’s largest and deepest lake, just 20 minutes down the road.
• Ross Creek Cedars, up the road about 30 minutes. Some of the largest trees in Montana live here, in a quiet dell that could be a fantasy movie set.
• Sandpoint, the county seat and nearest big town, just 45 minutes away. Enjoy downtown shopping, restaurants, watersports, City Beach, and much more.
• We’re just 75 minutes from Silverwood, the Northwest’s largest theme park, and an easy half day’s drive from Glacier National Park.

Hosted by Christine

  1. Joined in March 2016
  • 69 Reviews
  • Superhost
Maybe I had watched too many episodes of “Little House on the Prairie” as a child but what I love to do more than anything is homesteading. I love gardening, raising animals, quilting, gathering firewood, baking bread in a wood cook stove and living close to the land. From this foundation, the idea of Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast was born. I set out to create a unique North Idaho bed and breakfast that I, personally, would love to stay at. I wanted an old-fashioned camping experience but with all the comforts of a traditional bed and breakfast. A place where people could have a good night’s sleep but also enjoy a campfire, pump water by hand, view the stars and just get back to the simple way of life. My dream is to offer an alternative to the hectic, fast-paced modern world. My hope is to create a place where people can come to reconnect with life, land, and spirit.
Maybe I had watched too many episodes of “Little House on the Prairie” as a child but what I love to do more than anything is homesteading. I love gardening, raising animals, quilt…

During your stay

If we're around, we'll fix you a hot breakfast at the homestead. If we're off and about, we'll provide all the fixings needed so you can prepare breakfast at your campsite.

We built our homestead from scratch beginning in 1992. Beginning with the garage that originally served as our home, you’ll enjoy seeing the house we later built, as well as our garden and the animals that provide for our needs (and yours).

Our homestead is powered by the sun—and by a generator when the sun doesn’t shine. We grow most of our food and either make or barter for many of our implements, and generally make do on a lot less money than most people consider necessary. But we’re happy, and we’ll bet that staying with us, you will be too.

If you wish, we’ll provide advice on gardening, homesteading, animal raising, off-grid living, and simple living in general. In season, pick some of your lunch or dinner out of the garden. You’ll be surprised at how much better the real stuff tastes
If we're around, we'll fix you a hot breakfast at the homestead. If we're off and about, we'll provide all the fixings needed so you can prepare breakfast at your campsite…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Show more
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy