Monday, April 30, 2018

Cedar Mountain Farm

         Each member of the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association has something unique to share with you, and Cedar Mountain Farm is no exception. Cedar Mountain Farm Bed and Breakfast is not just a name. Visit Cedar Mountain and you’ll find dozens of adorable farm animals, friendly innkeepers, and a rustic experience like no other!
          Cedar Mountain Farm is located in Athol, just east of the legendary Silverwood Theme Park. The owners, Daryl and Al Kyle, settled on the property in 1974, and built the bed and breakfast from scratch, using logs harvested from the property to build many of the structures that still stand today!
          What can you expect from a stay at Cedar Mountain? Delicious food, cozy and rustic rooms, and good fun! Breakfast is home-made from scratch, using Daryl’s famous recipes that she has perfected over the years. Breakfast includes fresh fruit, and when available, eggs from the chickens that call Cedar Mountain Farm home! The rooms are cozy and comfortable, with a rustic d├ęcor that will whisk you into a different world.
          Perhaps the most interesting part of Cedar Mountain is the atmosphere. Cedar Mountain Farm Bed and Breakfast hasn’t lost touch with the farming roots that it grew from. Goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits, cats, and many more call Cedar Mountain home. The animals are excited to see you come and enjoy yourself at Cedar Mountain. If you looking for a place to stay with the family near Silverwood, or looking to get away from the hectic life of the big city, Cedar Mountain Farm would love to have you!

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


        We’re getting our first dose of warm weather here in North Idaho, and we couldn’t be happier! We can hear birds chirping, see flowers blooming, and folks coming out from their winter shells to enjoy all that the area has to offer. Of course, this means more and more folks are coming from out of town to enjoy that trademark North Idaho beauty. If you’re one of those folks, there’s no better place to stay than one of our inns.
          Summer will be here before you know it, and if you’re considering a trip to North Idaho this summer, browse our website and get in touch with one of our inns! Reservations for the summer are coming in fast, so contact us soon! Your dream vacation is just a click or a phone call away. Our inns are locally owned and operated by friendly folks who can help you make this the summer you’ll be talking about for the rest of your life.
            During the warmer weather, many of our inns uncover the fire pits for relaxing evening fires. Nothing clears your mind more than a warm fire while watching the sun go down. Roast marshmallows or enjoy a glass of wine or beer while your troubles and stresses melt away. To learn more, browse our website and contact our innkeepers!
            All of us in the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association have something unique to offer. Our inns aren't your usual lodging, they're a home away from home! Fresh breakfast, friendly owners, and a local touch make the inns of the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association the top choice in loding in the area. We're excited to see the sun come out and the temperatures rise, and we're eager to see you join us! 

Thursday, April 12, 2018


       The annual Lilac Bloomsday run in Spokane, Washington is one of the biggest annual events in the Inland Northwest, and the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association would like to invite the runners and visitors to stay with us! Our inns in Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls are located 30-40 minutes east of Spokane, making them the perfect recharge location after your run!
          This year’s run will be held on Sunday, May 6th. The run dates back to the 1970’s, and has since grown, and thousands line the streets of Spokane every year to participate. If you’re thinking about attending but don’t want to spring for lodging in the big city, we have cozy rooms for you! If you’re participating in the run and would like a fresh, home-cooked meal to fuel your day, the inns of the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association have you covered! If anyone knows how to do breakfast the best, it’s the members of the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association. A few of our inns even offer gourmet coffee from local roasters, helping you fuel your day right.
          Finding a place to stay in the city of Spokane can be overwhelming and stressful, especially after running twelve kilometers! Our innkeepers can make the process simple and easy, allowing you to spend more time preparing and recovering from the trek! To learn more about our inns and what we have to offer, feel free to browse our website and contact our innkeepers. You’ll find our friendly members will be glad to answer any questions you may have. We hope to see you soon!

Friday, April 6, 2018

Two Wheel Paradise

       When the snow melts, and the sun comes out, North Idaho becomes a two-wheel paradise! Bikes of all shapes and sizes emerge from garages and shops everywhere, and the trails and roads become a beautiful escape from the confines of a car or truck.
        For the road bikers, North Idaho has many scenic drives that every biker should take. A ride out to beautiful Clark Fork, or the majestic Silver Valley, are worthy of your bucket list! If you’re just planning on passing through on your summer road trip, make a stop and rest easy at one of our relaxing inns! We’re only a few hours from Glacier National Park!
        For the off-roaders, the National Forests offer miles of trails and exciting scenic journeys. Coeur d’Alene sits at the base of Canfield Mountain, and those who explore the vast network of trails are treated to stunning views of Lake Coeur d’Alene. Canfield Mountain is open to all motorized and non-motorized bikes, as well as hikers!
        North Idaho also has many private trails that sport amazing scenic beauty. The Route of the Hiawatha is a legendary trail, built on the tracks of an old railway. You’ll be treated to one of the best bike rides of your life. If you don’t have a good bike, they have you covered! Bikes and helmets are available to rent. The trailhead is located at Lookout Pass, on the Idaho-Montana border, which makes it easily accessible from any of our bed and breakfasts!
        If you’re planning to get your two-wheel on in North Idaho, be sure to make the inns of the North Idaho Bed and Breakfast Association your base camp. Our innkeepers can point you towards the best places to ride, all while serving you mouth-watering treats in some of the most beautiful inns in the country. Browse our website and book your reservations today! We hope to see you soon!