Bed and Breakfast Inns Across Idaho

Idaho has unique bed and breakfast inns and hotels you won't want to miss

There are so many reasons to explore the Gem of the Northwest. Idaho is jam-packed with adventures, from scenic byways to hot springs to hiking and everything in between. When you find yourself visiting Idaho, there’s no better place for a home base than a bed and breakfast. While there are a plethora of these inns to choose from, we’ve scoured the state and selected one unique bed and breakfast experience for each of the seven regions of Idaho to get you started.

Northern Idaho

Worth The Drive: A little less than an hour away from The Northern Hotel you can wander through 800 to 2,000+ year old living cedar trees and find yourself at the base of a waterfall at Roosevelt Grove of Ancient Cedars and Granite Falls.

North Central Idaho

Our next stop takes us to North Central Idaho and the Reflections Inn. Located on 10 wooded acres on Clearwater River in Kooskia, Idaho is a secluded mountain getaway. The eight private rooms are rustic yet cozy and feature country-style decor that complement the breathtaking views of the Clearwater River and Bitterroot Mountains. 

You’ll awake renewed and refreshed and ready to fuel up for your day filled with hikes, bird watching, fishing, and more. You’ll find a continental style breakfast is served daily. Or, you can whip up your own meals on the outdoor grill or in the Guest Services room, offering a kitchen. Should you decide to spend the day or evening at the inn, you’ll find games and books as well as an outdoor hot tub, fire pit, and a private hiking trail. 

Watch a Video: Kooskia is along the Northwest Passage Scenic Byway. Idaho’s longest byway at 202 miles follows the route Lewis and Clark took through north-central Idaho.

Southwest Idaho

Chip In: You can get a workout at this bed and breakfast by chopping firewood. This working farm has loads of logs to take a whack at, which will strengthen your core and improve your stress level.

South Idaho

Our next destination takes us mere minutes from the Snake River Canyon to a picturesque and traditional bed and breakfast in Twin Falls, Idaho — The Fillmore Inn. This classic brick Tudor style home offers four suites to choose from. While they all include a television and refrigerator, there are some decidedly different options, from a private entrance to private baths and electric fireplaces to a private office. One suite even has a silver veined marble jetted tub/shower connected directly to the bedroom. 

In addition to homemade cookies and spring water, you will delight in a home-cooked breakfast. Afterward, consider retiring to the sun terrace to read the complimentary newspaper before you head off to explore. The Perrine Bridge and Evel Knievel Snake River Canyon Jump Site are just a few miles away, and downtown Twin Falls’ boutiques and restaurants are a half-mile walk away.

Worth a Stop: The Shoshone Falls are less than a half hour drive from The Fillmore Inn. At 212 feet, the falls are higher than Niagara Falls and is the perfect spot to play and have a picnic.

Idaho High Country

Stop and Learn: See what it was really like to settle Idaho at the National Oregon / California Trail Center, featuring re-enactments of the wagon train experience with actors.

Yellowstone-Teton Territory

We continue on to the foot of the Tetons, where you’ll discover Fin & Feather Inn. Located in Victor, Idaho, where the Tetons and Big Holes mountains collide, is a charming lodge offering five guest suites. Each suite is named for its amazing location (mallard, trout, wildflower, farm rooms, and the Teton suite) and provides a private bathroom, with most featuring large dual-headed showers, granite sink vanities, and in-floor heating. One suite actually has a claw foot tub, stand-alone shower, and granite-topped vanity.

Each morning, you’ll wake up to a delicious homemade breakfast, fresh air, and stunning views. Family favorites include eggs cooked in a cast-iron skillet, crunchy hash browns, fresh-baked croissants, and donuts. Or, try some house specialties like the fried polenta, prosciutto, poached egg with sauteed onions, egg in a basket with baked prosciutto and asparagus, and frittatas made with asparagus planted and harvested on-site. After a day of hiking, mountain biking, hunting, fly fishing, or skiing, you can gather around the fire pit to recall the day’s fun. 

Take a Hike: The Fin & Feather Inn is perfectly situated to hike the Teton Valley. Discover the hiking trails in Teton Valley and an interactive map to help you find the perfect path

Central Idaho

Ride the Rapids: You can challenge yourself on the “River of No Return” on a whitewater rafting trip. About 7,000 people a year ride the class I to class IV rapids of the Salmon River.

There you have it – seven unique bed and breakfasts located across Idaho. There are even more to choose from when you visit Idaho.