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Chelan, WA 98856


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
Per night $75
Per week $400
Type: Home
Description of the Chelan vacation home rental
Who can afford a family vacation now a days with high gas prices and lodging rates. Now you can! Bring the dog, bring the cat, bring grandma. This a family vacation destination at unbelieveable prices.
For $75.00 dollars a day, any time, any season, you can stay in a 3 bedroom,2 bathroom, kid and pet friendly country home. Five days minimum stay, the 6h day free. Imagine this a log home on 5 acres, with no cable or internet access. Rent a movie, play a board game with the kids or go for a walk to the private lake and go fishing. The house is 2 miles from the western town of Winthrop and 4 miles from the quaint town of Twisp and the local drug store. Fire up the babecue, sit on the porch and watch the deer. Take a stroll with the kids on the dirt road around the property. Visit the horse at the neighbors while you are enjoying the country at an affordable price.
Large dog kennel available, crib set up on request. Bring the bikes, or skiis, lots of good trail right out the front door.

kathy stgermaine

Area Info
The log house is in eastern Washington, between the small towns of Twisp and Winthrop. It is located in the center of a four seasons recreational area with a ski hill within 15 miles, cross country trails, and a short distance from the North Cascade Pass. In the summer time the bike trails, hiking and the Methow river are all withing walking distance of the house.
The largest town and the airport is 90 miles away in Wenatchee.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 20 2015 Jan 20 2016 $75 $75 $400 $1,000 -
Check In: 1 p.m. Check Out: 3 p.m.
Payment Options: Personal Check
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
The house is located within 2 miles of the popular western town of Winthrop, Washington. This is great family vacation spot whether you drive over the North Cascaded highway in the spring and summer or enjoy the drive through Lake Chelan and the smaller towns along the Methow river.
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