Are you in need of a relaxing escape, especially one that comes with a deluxe breakfast made to order? A Bed and Breakfast or B&B could be the perfect lodging choice for you to get away if you prefer to stay in places that offer a more personalized experience. B&Bs differ from hotels in a few ways. One difference is the personal touch. Since B&Bs are usually owned and operated by a couple or a family, you usually get to know them, and they get to know you. Another difference is the style of the building. B&Bs operate out of a large and often unique building, but this is usually much smaller than a hotel. In a B&B, each room has its own personality and history. Finally, another main difference is the quality of breakfast you’ll receive. At a B&B, your breakfast will be customized for you by the hosts, who will ensure your meal is not only accurate and complete, but fully satisfying also. Doesn’t a bed and breakfast sound like a fantastic way to rejuvenate and find adventure?
Bed and Breakfasts are located almost anywhere, each with its own unique flavor. Although when you choose a B&B in Coeur d’Alene you will not only find a quiet and intimate lodge but a beautiful surrounding filled with mountains, trees and gorgeous lakes. Whether you live in town or are travelling from afar a view of Coeur d’Alene through a Bed and Breakfast will leave you feeling refreshed and pampered. So here are a few Bed and Breakfast locations you can choose from while in the area.
The Roosevelt Inn
This Bed and Breakfast spot is the oldest remaining schoolhouse of Coeur d’Alene. It was built in 1905. This Inn has an elegance and old-world charm that will leave you breathless. Each room, though romantic and historic, has modern amenities that will add to your utmost comfort. The rooms are named after teachers and significant people who were apart of the Roosevelt school. Being a guest in this B&B is a treat because not only is it quiet, romantic and lovely but it offers friendly service and is located conveniently downtown. This is a great place to slow down, rejuvenate and enjoy some great service and hospitality. The Roosevelt Inn also offers a relaxing cruise around one of the most beautiful lakes in the world at a special reduced rate to add to your experience. This Inn will exceed your expectations bringing you memories that’ll last a lifetime.
This frequently requested Bed and Breakfast is one that will take you back in time. It is not only featured on the National Registry of Historic places but every room is furnished with antiques. Don’t worry each room also has a TV and free Wi-Fi, not to mention your very own private bathroom. On certain days of the week during the summer 315 Martinis & Tapas restaurant features live music. Sitting out on the deck, while listening to music, enjoying some tasty food and drink specials is a great way to relax and enjoy good company. However in the winter months when it’s too cold to sit outside you can cozy up around one of the two fireplaces while enjoying a delicious meal. This 1908 Inn is located only five blocks from lake Coeur d’Alene making it ideal for an evening stroll with the love of your life. Greenbriar Inn is the perfect getaway.
The McFarland Inn
This Inn is tucked away on a tree-lined street in the historic Garden District neighborhood of Coeur d’Alene. It is a quiet location that is walking distance to the lake and downtown. This 1905 home has five luxurious rooms, all with private bathrooms. If the breakfast is your favorite part of the B&B experience this Inn has a gourmet buffet breakfast that is served in the beautiful sunroom overlooking the garden. The service at this B&B is designed to bring you exceptional enjoyment and relaxation. Since Coeur d’Alene is bike friendly this Inn provides bikes, free of charge, for those who want to experience the beauty of this town on two wheels and a leisure ride. The McFarland Inn is a great way to find some peace and quiet.
If you are looking for a Bed and Breakfast that is rich with history The Blackwell is a good choice. This luxurious B&B offers a grand experience as you enjoy this historic hotel of ten suites that will bring you exemplary comfort. Every room has a different piece of history of Coeur d’Alene. You will find original, local artwork and claw foot bathtubs in many of the rooms. Warmth and individuality is the aim. The Blackwell is a great place to unwind as you tour around the lush grounds, enjoy a drink under the gazebo, show off your skill at the pool table and relax on the wrap-around porch. What better way to enjoy the crystal clear water, rolling hills, forested bike trails and breathtaking sunsets of Coeur d’Alene than in its very own piece of treasure, The Blackwell Hotel?
A Bed and Breakfast is a unique way to explore the beautiful Coeur d’Alene. Regardless of which one you choose you will feel comfortable and leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Each B&B has it’s own special charm that will offer you more value, more attention, and history that will inspire. You can’t go wrong when you vacation at a B&B in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.