Coeur d'Alene Bed and Breakfast

Coeur d’Alene is one of the top summer getaway destinations in North Idaho. Nicknamed ‘Lake City,’ you’ll have bed and breakfast near the lake to stay in popular accommodations like the Roosevelt Inn, a landmark hotel, or the Mcfarland Inn bed and breakfast, a historic hotel.

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Coeur d’Alene bed and breakfast accommodations are excellent for family vacations or couple’s trips.  You’ll have the opportunity to discover one of the most exciting cities  in the state known for outdoor recreation. If you’re a nature-lover,  it’s the perfect destination.

There are many things to do in Coeur d’Alene for tourists to immerse themselves in the scenic atmosphere. Many of the Bed and Breakfasts in Coeur d'Alene are located downtown Coeur d’Alene.  The lake will be a daily destination as you enjoy boating, swimming,  and hiking around the extensive shore. The vast lake provides lots of  unique viewpoints from the tree-lined shores and plenty of beaches great  for relaxing.

Coeur d’Alene is a city that experienced a boom during the gold rush to the western region of the United States to become the third-largest city in Idaho.  You’ll find many historical sites around the city, from landmark  churches to museums exhibiting details about the region’s past.

There is plenty to see and learn about Coeur d’Alene that keeps bringing tourists back to the charming lakefront city. And the good news is that your Coeur d’Alene vacation rental will be nearby everything.

    Natural Features

  • Coeur d’Alene is built right on the northern shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene. You can find waterfront vacation rentals in Coeur d’Alene to give you easy access to the lake, the highlight local natural attraction.

    Lots of local activities center around Lake Coeur d’Alene.  It’s a large lake that offers outdoor recreation, relaxation, water  sports, scenic views, and more. There are several ways to take advantage  of vacation rentals by the lake.

    Another  park to enjoy the natural landscape is Tubbs Hill. Tubbs Hill is a  forested hill area also on the lakefront. It’s one of the best places to  go hiking, where you can explore the tree-covered landscape and have  incredible views of the lake.

    There are several beaches along the extensive lakeshore near many bed and breakfast rentals in Coeur d’Alene. Sanders Beach is one of the most popular to enjoy a sandy beach, gently sloping into the calm lake waters.

    Take  a day trip to Blackwell Island. Rent a boat and cruise across the lake  and dock on the island where you can spend the day enjoying the  outdoors. It’s a well-known spot for seeing local wildlife and plants.  It’s also a good spot for camping.

  • History

  • Coeur d’Alene has a significant historical heritage that you’ll get a chance to  discover during your stay. The city was established in 1878, so there’s  plenty of history to cover. It features historical landmarks and  attractions nearby excellent bed and breakfast rentals, so you’ll have easy access to the best places to visit.

    With the historic gold rush boom and the logging industry, Coeur d’Alene became one of the most popular cities to live in Idaho. It maintains a lot of the rustic charm with many of the old buildings and homes renovated for modern guest stays.

    There are plenty of historical landmarks and attractions that remain preserved around Coeur d’Alene. Visit the Museum of North Idaho to learn about the region’s history. The Coeur d’Alene Masonic Temple was built in 1911 and listed on the National Register of  Historic Places for its impressive architecture. Also, Fort Sherman  chapel is an iconic red chapel built in 1880.

  • Activities

  • You will have plenty of things to do in Coeur d’Alene during the day to explore nearby your vacation rental. You’ll get to enjoy some of the scenic areas as well as things to keep you active.

    Independence Point is one of the most scenic places in Coeur d’Alene. The viewpoint is located on a peninsula stretching out into Lake Coeur d’Alene, where you’ll get to see boats cruising in the water. It’s an excellent spot to relax and view the sunset.

    Coeur d’Alene City Park is adjacent to downtown. The lakefront park is a favorite  place to visit to spend time on the lake. Locals and tourists come to  enjoy swimming, boating, and various hiking and biking trails winding  around the park. It’s a family-friendly park with lots of grass area to  play.

    Museums are a highlight of visiting Coeur d’Alene that exhibit details about the past. The Museum of North Idaho is one of the most popular venues that provides in-depth information about the region’s history. Get a glimpse into Coeur d’Alene’s past through a series of photos, artifacts, and information plaque about important ant figures from the area.

    Cherry  Hill Park is located north of the city - it’s a great place to visit in  any season. During the summer, you can enjoy activities like frisbee  golf and a BMX course. There’s also a designated kids’ area. In the  wintertime, it hosts a lot of activities like sledding.

    Coeur d’Alene doesn’t leave out some fun for adults. Coeur d’Alene Cellars is a winery and vineyard. You’ll get to taste the rich flavors  of the local wine while relaxing outdoors. It creates the perfect  ambiance with live music on the weekends.

  • Things To Do

  • There are many things to do in Coeur d’Alene is one of North Idaho’s  best destinations for outdoor recreation. You’ll be spending a lot of  time enjoying the city’s beautiful scenery with a bit of adventurous fun  for the entire family. You’ll be surprised what you can find near your Coeur d’Alene bed and breakfast.

    Go  for a high-speed zipline ride at Timberline Adventures. The attraction  gives visitors a chance to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the forested  mountainous region. The zipline course takes you above the tree canopy,  and if you’re brave enough, cross the suspension bridge.

    If  you’re traveling with kids and pets, they will love spending time in  the McEuen Park and Dog Park. It’s perfectly designed to give kids and  dogs plenty of space to run around. Take your dog off the leash to play  in the open grass area. On hot days, kids can cool off in the park’s  water playground.

    Go for a run or leisure stroll on the North Idaho Centennial Trail. It’s a famous paved trail right outside of the city that provides great Lake Coeur d’Alene views along the entire journey. Make the trek to Higgens Point, part of the North Idaho Centennial Trail. It’s a top bird-watching spot to see the majestic Bald Eagle in its natural habitat.

    Drop by the Coeur d'Alene Convention Center where you'll find the visitors center to see what local events  and festivals are happening during your visit. There is always fun  activities happening all year long.

  • Weather

  • If you’re looking for the best time to book your Coeur d’Alene B&B,  consider traveling during the late summer or early fall. The months  from July to August are the best time to visit when you’ll have the best  weather to enjoy the outdoor attractions. Temperatures have a daily  high averaging approximately 85℉, there is a low chance of  precipitation, and the days are longest to take advantage of the  sunshine.

    Keep in mind that it’s also the peak travel time to Coeur d’Alene, so there are fewer bookings available and tend to be higher prices. Be sure to check availability and reserve your vacation rental in Coeur d’Alene early. Most places are flexible and offer free cancellation in case you need to reschedule your trip.

  • Food & Drink

  • Experience the local cuisine while staying in a Coeur d’Alene vacation rental. The lakefront city provides some of the best locally sourced meals and drinks you’ll find in Idaho. Each of the unique restaurants creates a unique atmosphere worth checking out during your stay.

    One of the best lakeside restaurants in Coeur d’Alene is Beverly’s. Located in the Coeur d’Alene Resort on the seventh floor, you’ll have panoramic views of the lake  while enjoying fine dining. It’s an upscale restaurant with a decorative  interior. Come for lunch or dinner to taste some of the favorite steak  or seafood dishes. It’s a top-rated restaurant in Coeur d’Alene.

    Cedars  Floating Restaurant is one of the unique restaurants that you’ll have  to see to believe. The entire restaurant floats in the lake, set on  wooden boards off the coast. You’ll literally be dining in the lake. It  specializes in fresh seafood, and all of the food is sourced locally. It  even offers a kid’s menu.

    For the best drinks in town, visit  Crafted Tap House + Kitchen. The pub restaurant has one of the largest  beer selections in Couer d’Alene. As soon as you enter, you’ll see the  large board of available flavors. Grab a bite to eat and take your pick  of one of the handcrafted beers.

Coeur d'Alene Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a bed and breakfast in Coeur d’Alene?

    Your bed and breakfast in Coeur d’Alene provide everything you need for a comfortable stay. You’ll stay in  traditional-style inns and historic homes converted into accommodations  for multiple guests. Each space is renovated to include updated  amenities for a modern stay.

    Enjoy amenities, including free wifi,  in-room wifi, TV, and more. You’ll have an ensuite bathroom, and some  available rooms even have a fireplace. The inns are conveniently located  just a couple blocks away from Lake Coeur d’Alene with onsite parking, so you can easily walk to the lake and nearby attractions.

  • Why stay at a B&B in Coeur d’Alene?

    Coeur d’Alene B&B stays give you a warm atmosphere in historical inns. Many of the vacation rentals are located in downtown Coeur d’Alene where you’ll be just a few blocks away from Lake Coeur d’Alene, Tubbs Hill, and outdoor recreational activities like swimming, hiking, and biking.

    You’ll  feel at home with the rustic décor and exceptional guest services to  provide you lots of comfort during your stay. You’ll have the perfect  accommodation to come home to after a long day out on the lake to relax  and unwind.

  • What are the different types of Bed and Breakfast in Coeur d’Alene?

    Coeur d’Alene has the perfect bed and breakfast inns to give you an authentic local stay. You will find downtown bed and breakfast in Coeur d’Alene that put you just a couple of blocks away from Lake Coeur d’Alene. You can go from your accommodation to relaxing on the lakeshore within minutes. Skip the indoor fitness centers because you'll be right by many of the top local hiking trails to enjoy scenic views.

    The Roosevelt Inn is a pet-friendly bed and breakfast in Coeur d’Alene in one of the best locations downtown at 105 East Wallace Avenue. It's the oldest school house in the city converted into an inn. You can easily reach Lake Coeur d’Alene or the North Idaho Centennial Trail. It has a wide range of amenities including free wifi, views of the lake, and buffet-style breakfast available every morning. From the moment you check-in to the Roosevelt Inn, you will experience its charm.

    You will have a choice of historic bed and breakfast in Coeur d’Alene at the Blackwell Hotel located at 820 E. Sherman Ave. It's a very comfortable accommodation set in a historic Victorian home near the Garden District. It will provide a true local stay with the rooms outfitted to make you feel at home. Relax in the hot tub after a long day outdoors while the kids enjoy the game and movie room.

    Greenbriar Inn is a famous Coeur d’Alene inn,  providing exceptional guest services for nearly three decades. The  updated inn now features a restaurant and bar onsite. You can enjoy  outdoor activities like golfing at the Coeur D'Alene Resort Golf Course or local day trip to the other nearby attractions like Post Falls or the Silverwood Theme Park.

  • How can I get around Coeur d’Alene?

    Coeur d’Alene is located in Northern Idaho, close to the Idaho-Washington border. The nearest airport is Spokane International Airport (GEG) in Washington. You can take the line 60 bus  service from the airport into the city, which takes less than 2.5-hrs.  You can also rent a car and drive to Coeur d’Alene in approximately 45-minutes along I-90.

    Bed and breakfast inns in Coeur d’Alene are located in the heart of downtown, just blocks away from Lake Coeur d’Alene. You’ll be within walking distance from the lake that you can reach in minutes.

    Most  of the local activities and the best restaurants are located along the  lakeshore, so you can walk to most of the top destinations.