Bed and breakfast Idaho offer a wonderfully charming base from which to explore this gem of the northwest.
Enjoy comfortable elegance at our historic Coeur d’ Alene bed and breakfast. The Roosevelt Inn offers beautifully restored guest suites and rooms in the heart of beautiful downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, only a few blocks from the world famous Coeur d’Alene Lake, Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course and the Centennial Trail. Enjoy being only short walk from all the activities that abound in this outdoor paradise. Sailing, water-skiing, fishing, jet skiing, kayaking, biking, paddle boats, sea plane rides, boating and hiking the beautiful nature trails on Tubbs Hill. Each morning indulge in our fabulous breakfast buffet. Our Coeur d’ Alene inn also offers dog friendly rooms, and we are a memorable location for intimate Idaho wedding and elopements.
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Each of our guest suites are uniquely decorated and include: private entrances so you don’t feel like you’re disturbing anyone else (especially the innkeepers , private baths, refrigerators, microwaves, HDTV with built-in dvd players and free Netflix (as well as a host of other free channels), a huge dvd library, central heat and air conditioning (top floor), and complimentary coffee for our in-room Keurig coffee makers. Some of our guest suites include a private hot tub, full size wood burning fireplace and full kitchen. Two offer private patio furniture on the terrace to eat outside, have some afternoon wine, read a good book, or just to take in the view of the mountains.
This Meridian, ID bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Idaho. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and guests can sit out on the guest patio and enjoy a beverage or snack and relax while enjoying the calming view of our valley, Our bnb in Meridian provides a unique view to allow you to relax inside in temperature-controlled comfort. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Meridian, Idaho.
This Twin Falls, ID bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Idaho. Enjoy a full nutritious breakfast, king/queen-sized bed, and private bathrooms (except in the loft). Our bnb in Twin Falls provides all rooms access to the dining room, which comes complete with a Keurig Coffee Maker, kettle, tea, hot chocolate, and snacks available 24 hours. The main living room is also open to guests and includes books, movies, and a 70” TV. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next sweet escape in Twin Falls, Idaho.
The Inn at Blackberry Creek is a nostalgically attractive farmhouse that has been restored into a cozy oasis for your next getaway. Our Inn has been mindfully decorated to reflect our uniqueness. Revitalized historic pieces will give you a vintage chic feel, laced with all of the modern amenities you may need. One of our four private guests suites are a great way to relax after a day of Wine tasting. Tucked away in the midst of lush landscaping that rolls into a small creek lined with sweet blackberries every summer, the Inn may be secluded, but is only a quick jaunt to our historic downtown. Hop on one of our bicycles, cruise through the beautiful Pioneer Park as you head into a quaint part of town lined with brick buildings, all of which are filled with locally owned shops, some of our top rated bars, restaurants and tasting rooms. You are bound to find a little something for everyone!
The Maxwell House Bed & Breakfast is located in Walla Walla, WA, and is a beautifully restored and decorated Craftsman home. Downstairs are two lovely guest rooms with private baths, and upstairs are two full suites with separate sitting rooms. A bonus room with two single beds is available for extra suite guests. All rooms have electric fireplaces. When you arrive at The Maxwell House, you are greeted by a welcoming porch where guests are welcome to relax. The entryway and staircase form a setting for a stunning living room. A sumptuous breakfast is served in the dining room. Beautiful grounds, covered patios, a gazebo with firepit, and outdoor dining areas make for a lovely stay. Bicycles are available to borrow, and events and downtown shopping are within walking distance.
Not your ordinary bed & breakfast but more like an 'auberge de campagne' - a country inn, surrounded by the westside wineries, yet just 10 minutes from downtown Walla Walla. Seven unique, elegant, luxurious rooms with en-suite bathrooms await you, each with its own private garden and outdoor hot-water shower, view of the pastoral farmlands, Blue Mountains and private entrance. A heated outdoor swimming pool and shared hot tub are available for in-house guest use only from May to October. World-class daily gourmet breakfasts and complimentary dinner on Thursdays. Delicious local wines for your welcome drink, a complimentary bottle of Walla Walla wine in your suite and warm hospitality will build memories that last and make you want to return. Where else will you find a private Zen garden with its own hot water shower (in addition to your en suite bathroom of course)?! We are thankful to our loyal guests for helping us to win the TripAdvisor Traveler's Choice Award 2020. Food & Wine Pairing, Wine Blending Experience, Golf Getaway – check out our packages on our web site.
On the majestic basalt bluffs overlooking the peaceful Walla Walla River, Cameo Heights Mansion rises regally over a lush 400 acre orchard and vineyard. This distinctive French country resort, created by Deanne and Alan Fielding as a destination retreat for couples, features seven spacious and luxurious suites with private baths, spa tubs, fireplaces, veranda views and sumptuous dining. Situated midway between Walla Walla and the Tri-Cities in Washington state, Cameo Heights Mansion offers a unique Bed and Breakfast experience in a country setting surrounded by apples and grapes and secluded from the din and lights of the city. Ideally centralized, this site connects the celebrated wineries of Walla Walla valley appellation with the Columbia Valley and the exciting Red Mountain wine appellation. Pampered luxury is the daily experience at Cameo Heights. Guests relish swimming and sun bathing in the outdoor pool with the waterfall (Closed November-March), soaking in the hot tub (open year round), roasting s'mores on a flickering outdoor fire pit, playing ping pong in the hospitality suite, challenging each other to an old-fashioned game of horseshoes, watching in-wall high definition in-suite TV's or enjoying a movie in the spacious theatre room. Reminiscent of an old world country villa, but situated in the Tuscan hills of Touchet, the Mansion offers an escape from urban congestion with all the luxuries of the privileged. As a destination resort, we have full dining services for our guests, from breakfast, to lunch and fine dinners prepared in our "chef's table" kitchen.
Welcome to our Rockin Robbins Ranch, tucked away at the foot of Uinta-Wasatch- Cache National Forest. The Rockin’ Robbins Ranch is a Farm House Stay on a Family Ranch. The Bed N Breakfast has Guest Suites with private bathroom, as well as guest rooms with a shared bathroom. Beautiful gardens, Fire Pit Firesides, and Adult swings and Childrens play areas are part of the Ranch. You are welcome to enjoy the Rose Gardens, vegetable gardens, wrap around porch areas, free range chickens, horses, ponies and other animals. Our open Farm House Hospitality welcomes you to use the kitchen, the outdoor grills and fire pit for meals and gathers. Our Farm House Breakfast, made to order is served at 8:00 AM every morning. Family Gathers are welcome as units are available and include Dutch Oven Dinners made to order. Retreats, Work Crews, and Family gathers are welcome.
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The adventurous and naturally abundant state has much to offer to visitors, including more than 30 scenic byways, over 130 wineries and breweries, around 3,000 miles of raft-able whitewater rivers, 140 swimmable hot springs, and over 30,000 miles of hiking, biking, and backpacking trails. The state is the perfect destination for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, wine aficionados, stargazers, waterfall chasers, mountain climbers, and more. Idaho bed and breakfast offer a break from the busyness of everyday life and serve as the perfect opportunity to recharge your batteries.
Idaho is the perfect destination for weddings, outdoor explorations, family reunions, romantic getaways, adventures with friends, enjoying the abundance of nature, and so much more. It is home to a great number of well-known natural features just waiting to be explored including Idaho Falls, Lava Hot Springs, Snake River, Sun Valley, Twin Falls, and more. There are several hiking and biking trails, golf course, rivers for rafting and kayaking, and more. The capital city of Boise is a great destination for eating, drinking, and discovering the sights of the city as well as nearby natural wonders. Teton Valley is another popular destination in Idaho which sits on the western slope of the Teton Mountain Range.
The region now known as Idaho officially became a part of the United States in 1846 as a part of the Oregon Treaty with Britain. In 1848 the region joined the Oregon Territory but became its own territory in 1853. After gold was discovered in 1860 the Idaho population grew as many people from surrounding states moved to Idaho in hopes of getting involved in its newfound gold industry. On July 3, 1890, the Idaho Territory joined the Union as the 43rd state. In 1896, Idaho became one of the first states in the Union to give women the right to vote.
If exploring the great outdoors sits at the top of your list of priorities during a trip to Idaho, then you chose the right place. Idaho has a seemingly endless list of natural features to offer. Lake Pend Oreille is the largest lake in Idaho, a glacial lake, and one of the state’s most visited natural gems. Bruneau State Park is home to massive sand dunes, one of Idaho’s most loved wonders which stand at 470 feet and are commonly known as the tallest single-structured sand dunes in America. The Sawtooth mountain range in Central Idaho features a stunning skyline of 57 peaks at over 10,000 feet high. The Great Idaho Rift is definitely worth a visit, as it is home to the largest, deepest, and most recent volcanic rift system in the mainland United States.
Whether you only have a couple days or much longer, there are plenty of options for things to do during a visit to Idaho. The state’s capital, Boise, is filled with an impressive array of restaurants, breweries, wine bars, museums, sights, and more. Northern Idaho is overflowing with things to do, including Farragut State Park, Upper Priest Lake, Tubbs Hill, the biking Route of the Hiawatha, and so much more. Other common places of interest include Idaho Falls, Lava Hot Springs, Snake River, Sun Valley, and Twin Falls.
There’s no wrong time to visit Idaho as each season presents something special. Fall is one of the best times to come for the natural attractions, as the weather is still slightly warm but is also good for swimming in the many natural hot springs. The fall foliage is stunning in Idaho and there are several scenic byways from which to enjoy the fall colors from. Summer and winter are the peak tourism seasons in the state. Spring months, between March and May, also offer ideal temperatures for exploring the state’s many natural wonders.
Idaho is so much more than just potatoes (but the potato dishes are REALLY good!), it is actually known as one of the top culinary gems of the Pacific Northwest. There are tons of farmers markets, bakeries, eateries, breweries, wine bars, fine-dining restaurants, and cafes all across the states. Pengilly’s Saloon is a 114-year-old bar that features an eclectic interior and an old-school vibe, it’s noted as one of the best bars in the state and the live music scene is pretty impressive too. For the state’s best brunch spot, head to Fork in Boise for hip farm-to-table cuisine that is sourced by local farmers, bakers, and cheese makers. Sugar Rush Cupcakery is one of the best bakeries in the state, known for its outstanding cupcake and cake flavors. Chandler’s restaurant in Boise is rated by locals and tourists alike for being the best fine-dining restaurant in the state, it serves up fancy seafood platters and a variety of impressive steak entrees.
Choosing to stay at a bed and breakfast during your Idaho getaway offers a variety of advantages that larger chain and commercial hotels are unable to deliver. Whether you are coming to Idaho for a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or for an adventure with friends, there is something for you! Bed and breakfasts in Idaho come in all shapes and sizes, from lavish vacation rentals, to cozy mountain cabins, to modern guesthouses in the city, and more. Bed and breakfasts offer a more personalized experience than larger hotels, with friendly innkeeper, gourmet hot breakfasts each morning, and more.
Idaho bed and breakfast come in all shapes and sizes. From ultra-luxury log cabin-style guesthouses, to cozy guest rooms and suites, and modern city-style accommodations and more. When staying at a bed and breakfast Idaho, expect free wifi, spacious guest rooms, air conditioning, full breakfast, private bath, and charmingly decorated themed rooms. Most bed and breakfasts feature large communal areas, such as large porch areas, gardens, spacious dining rooms, and more. Smaller accommodations like bed and breakfasts also offer more personalized experiences, such as flexible check-in time and friendly, helpful innkeepers.
Idaho is a big state and the points of interest are spread all around a vast area. You will need a car to get around during your stay in Idaho. There’s not really another way to fully experience all or even some of what the state has to offer without a personal car. If you’ll be arriving in the state by plane, the largest and the only international airport is Boise airport. There are smaller airports located in Twin Falls and Gooding. Car rental companies are available at all of the airports.
There are plenty of bed and breakfast options in Idaho, whether you are on a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or an adventurous getaway with friends. Here are a few of our top picks for Idaho bed and breakfast getaway.
Kilgore Mountain Hideaway is a stunning log-cabin style breakfast inn tucked away in West Yellowstone, surrounded by trees and wildlife. It has 8 guest bedrooms equipped with gas fireplaces, satellite TV's, en suite bathrooms, and more. Guests are free to use the communal spaces such as the fully equipped kitchen, dining area, picnic areas, decks, and laundry room.
The Roosevelt Inn is a historic and romantic bed and breakfast Idaho set in a former redbrick schoolhouse dating back to the early 1900's. The inn is located in downtown, historic Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and features several luxurious rooms and suites. All accommodations are ornately decorated with modern amenities and furnishings. This is a pet friendly bed and breakfast Idaho.
Greenbriar Inn, set in the Victorian-style downtown of Coeur d'Alene is a laid-back bed and breakfast with a lot of history. The quaint and charming guest rooms are equipped with en suite bathrooms, free wifi, and antique furnishings. A full, hot continental breakfast is served each morning.