Idaho Unique Inns

Idaho is rich with beauty, sport and culture. Northern Idaho has the greatest concentration of lakes in the West and evergreen forests abound.

The Salmon River bisects the rugged Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness and provides some of the best whitewater kayaking and rafting in the world. The Sawtooth Wilderness Area and the White Cloud peaks provide additional recreational opportunities. World-famous Sun Valley is located between these mountain ranges. Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America, lies on the state's western border, overlooked by the Seven Devils Mountains. In Idaho's southwestern corner are the tallest sand dunes on the continent. In the south central region is the Craters of the Moon National Monument, where America's astronauts trained for moonwalks.

Denotes Idaho Unique Inns

Idaho Unique Inns

The finest bed & breakfasts, boutique hotels and country inns located in Idaho.

Lodge at Sandpoint

Lodge at Sandpoint

Sandpoint, Idaho

Until 2007, Idaho's spectacularly beautiful panhandle with its lakes and mountains offered little for the discerning traveler. No longer: Glenn Harvey and Leslie... Read More

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River Dance Lodge

River Dance Lodge

Kooskia, Idaho

In the midst of Idaho's mountain ranges and wild rivers, Betsy Bowen and Peter Grubb have created River Dance Lodge, a collection of custom-built log cabins and... Read More

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Quick Facts

Population: 1.5 million

Average Climate: 30°F in January; 75°F in July

Capital: Boise

Largest City: Boise

Did you know...

Lake Pend Oreille is the fifth deepest lake in America and is used by the U.S. Naval for submarine testing