The B&B was great, hosts were very accommodating but not in your face like some B&B's we have stayed at. The rooms were just right and very comfortable. The lake was low so that was a bummer but we found a great swimming hole (natural hot springs) on the river just a short drive from Hayhurst. I would love to go back in the winter as it looks like a perfect set up for a snowmobile trip or cross country skiing!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Accommodations: Bed & Breakfast, 7 Individual Rooms plus a separate Cottage and two private cabins, Lodge sleeps 20 and Cottage sleeps up to 8.Located 1.5 miles south of Pine, just off the lake this is a beautiful and wonderful spot in the Idaho Mountains! We are in the heart of outdoor activities! You can go hiking, 4 wheeling, boating, fishing, swimming, or visit nearby natural hot springs. Whether you're just looking to get away for a romantic weekend, a spot for a family reunion, or even a wedding, this is the place you've been looking for. Come stay in a wonderfully relaxing bed & breakfast with the rustic look of logs but none of the rustic facilities. The bed & breakfast includes a TV/game room with full kitchen & dining area. There is a hot tub and sauna as well as a tanning bed adjacent to the fully equipped exercise room. Every room has a scenic vista of the lake and/or mountains. We are open year round so you can enjoy the luxury of staying in the mountains anytime and the rates are affordable! These accommodations are what you can expect to find in Sun Valley, Vail, Aspen, and any other major resort destination. Here you can have all the comforts of a major destination without the crowds. In the winter there are over 380 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. You can drive in on well maintained paved roads and snowmobile out from the Lodge. We're located 100 yards from one of the major groomed trails leading into the Trinity mountains. You can loop through the Trinity Lakes at 9,000 ft, past the ghost town of Rocky Bar, down to Featherville, or over to the middle fork of the Boise River and even to Idaho City. So many sites are breathtaking and a beauty to behold no matter the season. It's a wonderful place to use your photography skills and take family pictures to treasure forever. If you don't have the "toys" (i.e. quads, motorcycles, boats, wave runners, etc) there are many things to do and see close to the Lodge or if you like to explore further you can drive up past Rocky Bar to Atlanta or to the Trinity Lakes - or take a drive through the mountains to Sun Valley or Boise via the back roads. Try your luck at panning for gold in the rivers if you want or have a picnic under the soft pines, in the mountains, or on the lake. We look forward to serving you in person! ... more less