Clark House on Hayden Lake
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Clark House on Hayden Lake
Travel Blogs from Hayden Lake
... congregation. This group of Christ centered loving people continue to give her support and love since her husband passed away last June.
Now for the big question:
Does walking in the sun on a crisp 33 degree Elk afternoon count for getting the vitamin D needed when not one part of my body is actually getting sun except for my chin, cheeks and nose? Well,,,, what do you think?
Good thing I fly to New Zealand in February. I hear it's summer there in February...
... and although the border agent stated he would never live in Alaska again because of Fairbanks, he still gave the pup a bone which was pretty cool! The drive to Spokane Valley was not eventful and seemed very long even though it was supposed to be three hours away. Maybe we were just tired or the time changes but that seemed like such a long ride! Nothing to look at really! We entered ...
Great day! We left the crazy KOA where everybody appears to be way rude and unhappy. We of course had the ritual bumper sticker hanging before we left too. We stopped at Kootenai Falls for a nice hike to the swinging bridge. Now, we of course had our precious puppy with us. She needs hikes right? Well...she didn't like the swinging bridge very much. We were all scared stiff! ...
... are on the toll road towards the airport. Fuel gauge is getting low. We talk about all that we have seen and done, and what was our favorites. Everyone loved Jackson and the Grand Tetons. Many were amazed at Medora. And Grace thought the Lady Antebellum concert in her new cowboy boots and hat was the best. About two miles from the rental car return the low fuel light comes on. Perfect! We ...
... I will have been in Idaho for less than 24 hours, as I enter Montana tomorrow, but I have enjoyed my time here. Things are a bit scrappier: people, roads, mosquitos. Although from what I hear, we have only just begun to know the plague that is the mosquito of summer months. The first thing two separate people have responded with upon hearing I was traveling to Minnesota was, 'bring bugspray'. Colville WA > Priest River ID, 70.57 miles (thank you Rob), Day ...