Boise Guest House



NileGuide Expert Says:

Boise Guest House is one of my top picks for lodging in the Boise area. It's close to everything you want to see and do when you're here. Plus, it offers a home-like feel and all the luxury you'd want. It has the bed and breakfast feel, but you also get your own kitchen to cook what and when you want. Easy to get to, plenty of parking, the nicest customer service, and to top it all off, you'll be on a street away from the hustle and bustle and noise of clubs and traffic.

Address:

614 N 5th St.
83702 Idaho, US

Neighborhood:

Downtown's North End

Contact:

tel: 208-761-6798
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Hotel star rating:

2.5 stars

NileGuide Expert tip:

Since there are only six suites, you should book as early as possible, especially if you have a large party, and especially for major holidays or events. Don't expect to walk in off the street and get a room for the night.

Description:

Location. Boise Guest House is in the heart of downtown Boise, blocks from the state capital, shopping, bus lines, Bronco stadium, and other attractions.

Features. For the traveler who is tired of homogeneous hotel rooms and stale coffee, the Boise Guest House offers a change of pace. It's like staying with your relatives in their home, but without them. You can come and go as you please. Fix your own meals in your own kitchen. Enjoy the backyard garden. Walk in the foothills. Home away from home, without having to clean, do laundry, or worry about the lawn maintenance. Great for group use, retreats, reunions, or individual getaways.

Guestrooms.
This guest house features six suites, each one individually and lovingly decorated, with private baths and small kitchens fully equipped for those staying long-term.  The first suite has a private entrance off the front porch. Suite three has two bedrooms, a full kitchen with dining table, a sitting room with flat-screen TV, and access to the back patio and garden. Perfect for the family. Suite number 6 has a coveted balcony with French doors that looks out onto the Idaho Capitol. 



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