The Hotel

We’re nestled in the heart of North Idaho’s breathtaking Silver Valley, at the foot of the towering Bitterroot Mountains.

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The Area

Wallace, Idaho is a gem of a Wild West mining town featuring natural beauty, colorful history, and year-round adventure.

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Reservations

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800-643-2386 (800-N IDA FUN)

Special Promotions

Ride, Shuttle, Ride On!
  • 1 Night in a deluxe queen room, double occupancy
  • Route of the Hiawatha trail and shuttle passes for two
  • Rest and relax in our hot tub, sauna and pool

Ride the magnificent Route of the Hiawatha - North America’s best Rails to Trails, Tunnels & Trestles Experience!

Cruise down the 17 mile Old Milwaukee Road Rail line marveling at the majestic mountain- and valleyscapes while carving through 10 dark tunnels and over 7 sky high trestles.

Bask in clean fresh air, glorious views and high altitude recreation – all easily accessible off Interstate 90.

Return to the Wallace Inn to relax and to regale family and friends with your day’s adventures in our soothing hot tub, indoor pool, saunas and comfy queen bedded rooms.

Priced right to make your visit to North Idaho all “downhill.”                             

Package rate of $149.00. Please call 1-800-643-2386 to book.

Upgrades and extra nights available at a discounted rate.

 

 

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Wallace Inn News

September 09, 2014 | Wallace, Idaho Offers Winning Weekend Getaway

In the northern portion of the state of Idaho, just below Alberta and British Columbia, lies the tiny town of Wallace, Idaho. Popular for its historic charm, mountain access and helpful locals, it makes for a charming weekend getaway. If you’re planning making the journey, there are a few items…

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June 17, 2014 | Northwest U.S. hosts many of best of Rails to Trails routes

WALLACE, IDAHO — In many parts of the country, abandoned train tracks have been repurposed into multi-use exercise trails. The best of them — a little more than two dozen routes in all — are in the Rail-to-Trails Conservancy Hall of Fame, and several of those are located in the Northwest…

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