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?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Ida-Home B&B
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Ida-Home B&B Post Falls
Travel Blogs from Post Falls
... the Indians from who this land was "acquired". Read the story and perhaps you’ll agree.
After Crazy Horse, on to Mt. Rushmore for a nice visit, and we ended the day at Cadillac Jack’s hotel and casino in Deadwood, SD. We got in a quick bike ride where we encountered about 20 “store bunnies gone wild” along the path. These were the cute Easter bunnies you see in photos, although apparently a couple got loose and ...
... running shoes on or swimming laps in the invigorating air and water as fit the situation.
We made a few loops and walked about two and a half miles and used up some of the french fries from lunch... two, maybe.
We then returned to Post Falls, to the dealer and shopped a bit, looking at a couple of new rigs. We tried to deal for a 32 foot Hurricane, just for giggles and found that our rig and 35K would do the trick. I didn't happen. Their ...
... throwing of balls. Basic bi-pedal motion (swimming, walking, X-country skiing) is what I'm best at and, luckily, what I enjoy. Haven't done much swimming in a long time, but Bella and I do walk a lot, both in our neighborhood and in nearby parks.
I seldom walk alone, however. I've got a pack of friends who generally accompany me, including Desmond and Molly, the Duke of Earl, and Soul Man and Pretty Woman (at least when they ...
... We're in spot number 3. With the weather forecast promising 3-6 inches of snow on Lookout, we decided to stay another night.
Our extended family, Mikey and Lisa, with our God-sons, Andrew and Daniel picked us up on Thursday eve. After their "walk-through," we went to Sahara Pizza and had outstanding meal. One pie, the "man kind," was meatball, pepperoni and such. The other, a pesto pizza had marinated ...
... my friend Alex and I decided to take my Jeep as far up near Canada as we could. We went on a bunch of random fire roads and Jeep only trails. We went along Hughes Ridge and dropped down to Hughes Meadow. We also then followed the road up as far as we could untill it dead ended. I believe that we were on the farthest northern road on Idaho before Canada. I think it was only a mile or two to the border. We stopped along ...