Award-winning Log Spirit B&B is a magnificent log lodge, nestled in 30 secluded acres, surrounded by woods and mountains - a quiet place to relax, yet close to a wide variety of year-round activities (see the "Fun Actvities" page on our website). From gourmet breakfasts you won't forget to spacious, comfortable rooms that all offer their own personalities, you'll enjoy our warm country hospitality at every turn. For vacations, getaways, weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, or any other special time, we invite you to share our spirit.
4.8 on November 19, 2014
Such an amazing stay! We enjoyed this lovely log cabin for our "staycation" . The views were breathtaking, it was comfortable, food was delicious and the owner was extremely welcoming. Will definitely be back!
5 on October 29, 2014
We stay for three nights at the Log Spirit in the Autumn Room. Everything was top notch. Very clean rooms; friendly, helpful and knowledgeable owners; amazing breakfast and a beautiful location. A great place to relax or to use as a base camp for North Idaho.
5 on October 01, 2014
We stayed here for a quilt retreat and had so much fun. The food was awesome and everything was perfect. We will definitely make plans to come here again!
5 on August 25, 2014
We loved the Log Spirit- our room was Winter and we loved the private deck area plus the view from the deck was wonderful. Robin and Lew were great hosts and our breakfast was delicious. We stay at a lot of B&Bs and found the Log Spirit to be on the top of our list as places to stay and return. The quietness and area to explore by walking was great.
4.4 on August 17, 2014
Almost a month ago, on july 28th we stayed with Robin and Lew. It was our first stop of a three week tour through the US which took us form Seattle to LA. Not on one occasion we found a better place to stay. Exceptional beauty of the environment, civilized wilderness, very cozy lodge, friendly people... What else could you wish. The flag hanging ceremony during breakfast (first Belgian guests) is the talk of the family. Everybody wants to see the pictures. Greetings from your Belgian fans.
4.2 on August 13, 2014
It was time to take the grandkids back to Silverwood, and everyone opted to stay in a B&B this time . We didn't want to pull the RV out of storage. and nobody likes the noisy environment of a hotel. We found our room adequate for 6 people- plenty of room, a large bathroom, and a great deck with a hot tub to ourselves .I was disappointed however, that the beds were extremely hard. , and the room was very warm. The temperature was 95 the 2 days we were there, and although it cools down at night, its hard to sleep in a hot room and on a hard bed The grounds were lovely, and we were able to walk around and admire the flowers, chickens, and waterfalls. Everyone enjoyed the breakfast of fresh fruit and French toast one day, Huckelberry pancakes the next time. Overall our visit was great- close to the theme park, and in a quiet location. Would I do it again ? yes- if I could assure the room temperature and bed softness were adequate
5 on August 01, 2014
My wife and I stayed here for 5 nights recently. It was the perfect location for us. It was quiet and peaceful, yet we were only about 20 minutes from most of our activities. We loved it here and feel this was a way better value than the local "nicer" hotels. I would stay here again in a heartbeat. They do not have TV available (purposely), so if that is a deal breaker, you may want to stay somewhere else.
4.4 on July 27, 2014
Fresh laid eggs and garden grown fruit made breakfast a delight! Robin and Lew warmly welcomed us to their B&B. We enjoyed our stay on our first "chick trip" - 3 granddaughters, mom and "nanny." Minutes away from Silverwood Amusement & Water Park gave us the best of both worlds; day time fun and cozy sleeps after a soak in the hot tub right outside our room. Lew's recommendation to see the Illusionist, Nick Norton and to take the train ride were highlights along with the comfort of Log Spirit B&B.
4.8 on July 12, 2014
We were in northern Idaho for the Coeur d'Alene Ironman to support our son-in-law. What a delight it was to be able to get away from that craziness in the evening at this lovely inn, run by Robin and Lew, the kind of people you always hope will be your B&B hosts. The location is off the beaten path but not remote and has beautiful views from the wrap-around porch. The property is a miniature working farm with a small orchard, chicken coops, flower and vegetable gardens, all of which guests are invited to explore. We found the hosts to be charming and great for conversation, although they were respectful of everyone's limits. They couldn't have been more helpful with local information and suggestions; they clearly love what they do. Our room was spacious and comfortable with interior entrance and also access to that great porch. One caveat: there is no TV - that's by design and was perfectly fine with us, but others might want to know. The wonderful and bountiful breakfasts prepared by Robin were a fine way to start the day; much of the fruit served is from their own property. Both Robin and Lew encourage interaction among the guests and set up the breakfast table(s) with an eye to getting people to mingle. Log Spirit is very close to Silverwood Theme Park so, unlike many B&Bs, families with children are welcomed. We found this to be a great plus, although we were traveling as a couple. Extras include a DVD viewing room and library of books, cookies and snacks always available, Robin's beautiful quilts, and comfy bathrobes. We would certainly visit this lovely place again. It is quiet, yet also full of life.
4.6 on July 07, 2014
My husband and I wanted to go to Silverwood for the long 4th of July weekend and while browsing the lodging tab on the Silverwood website we stumbled across Log Spirit Bed & Breakfast, At first we chose this because we had never stayed at a B&B before, but after looking at the photos and reading the amenities and other reviews we were thrilled. We picked up our son who attends CWU along the way to Idaho and checked in approximately 5pm and were instantly impressed with the grounds and how serene everything looked, We were greeted by Lew and he was so friendly and comical he made us feel right at home, The food was delicious and the atmosphere was so relaxing, I was able to curl up on the couch and read my book. We talked and laughed and joked with Robin and Lew and all the quests each morning. This was a very memorable trip
The Spring Room is our handicapped-accessible room, featuring a two-person walk- or roll-in shower and a wheelchair-accessible sink/vanity. Decorated in warm pastel colors, Spring has an antique metal queen-size bed, plus direct access to the covered deck outside. Please note that the rates shown are the maximum for two people; please ask about available discounts.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $130
This main-floor room, facing the sunset with soft pastels and an antique metal queen-size bed, also has exterior entry to the eight-foot-wide covered wraparound deck, with chairs and a table just outside the door. Please note that the rates shown are the maximum for two people; please ask about discounts available.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $130
On the northwest corner of the main floor, Autumn provides both mountain and sunset views - even better from the covered deck outside your second door - and is decorated in rich fall colors. The focal point is a massive log bed with hand-carved bears on two of the posts. Please note that the rates shown are the maximum for two people; please ask about available discounts.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $130
Winter provides virtually unobstructed views of the mountains to the north, including Schweitzer Ski Resort, along with the surrounding woods - the exterior entry takes you right out onto the covered deck. Decorated in crisp blues and whites, this room also has a large log bed. Please note that the rates shown are the maximum for two people; please ask about available discounts.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $130
This huge room located alone on the balcony level is often called the honeymoom suite. Midnight Dream features a custom-built king-size bed, extra storage, a sitting area, refrigerator, and a large private balcony with a hot tub, all overlooking the gardens and the waterfall and pond. Please note that the rates shown are the maximum for two people; please ask about available discounts.
Nightly Rate: $190 - $190
Spokane, WA (GEG) 55 miles
Take US Highway 95 north from Coeur d'Alene or south from Sandpoint to Highway 54 in Athol; turn east, towards Farragut State Park, and go 1/2 mile to Howard Road (you'll see our blue-and-white road signs along the way); turn left on Howard, and go 1.8 miles to Tiara Lane; turn right and drive to the end of the road, where you'll find our entrance on your left.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, See the "Things To Do" page on our website, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Copier, DVD Player, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio
Robin McKellar and Lew VanDeMark
We love the outdoors, as our location on 20 acres surrounded by woods and mountains shows. When time permits (which isn't often enough), we both enjoy riding our motorcycles and seeing this great country. But mostly we enjoy sharing this great log lodge with our guests, many of whom have become friends. We hope you'll join them!
Full, multi-course gourmet
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Country Apple Fritters
Fresh apple slices dipped in a cinnamon-seasoned batter, cooked on a griddle much like a pancake, and served with warm maple syrup. Simple, but simply delightful!