An oasis away from town.
The Eagle’s Nest is a custom built log cabin tucked in the woods of Northeast Iowa. Located in the countryside near the little village of Highlandville, Iowa. The cabin sits across from South Bear Creek that offers great trout fishing! As you sit on the covered deck, you can hear the stream flow. The Eagle’s Nest is the perfect gathering spot for families, fishermen or a friend’s get together. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms and an additional loft and 2 bathrooms. The cabin provides sleeping arrangements for 8 in beds. The numerous bird feeders attract many feathered friends. The Eagle’s Nest is only minutes from Decorah and many destination restaurants and world famous micro-breweries!
The loft has a full sized bed and 2 twins
Main floor bedroom has a queen bed
The walk out lower level bedroom has a full bed & pull out couch in the living room
All linens and towels provided
Fully equipped kitchen
Fire pit (bring your own wood or purchase at the Highlandville store)
Trout stream within walking distance
Hiking trails through the woods behind the cabin
Peak (April - December)
$260/night Sun – Thu
$275/night Fri - Sat
Off-Peak (January - March)
$235/night Sun – Thu
$250/night Fri - Sat
*2 Night Minimum Stay on Weekends *Plus 12% Tax & $80 cleaning fee
SPECIAL OFFER - 25% Off Week Night (Sun - Thurs) Rates for May thru July 2019!
Great Cabin and Atmosphere.
“Great cabin and atmosphere. Everyone enjoyed the bird feeders and all of the activity. Also, enjoyed the trout from Bear Creek.”
“We enjoyed our time here at the Eagle’s Nest. We did a lot of fishing & playing games. We loved watching all the different birds & just spending time as a family & with our friends. The kids enjoyed friendly visits from a stray cat we named Smokey. This was a wonderful vacation. We hope to back again someday.”
“Thanks so much for the lovely setting for our family reunion. We were doing this before our son & family leave for Liberia, Africa next week. God bless you for providing this place for us to use.”