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Trailside Cafe

Bright and airy, the Trailside Cafe welcomes you with family-friendly fare. A farm fresh breakfast starts your day off right. Comfy booths and mountain views complete the picture.

Groups are welcome.

For special occasions, host a semi-private event in Molly’s, adjacent to our restaurant.

Open daily.
Monday through Friday: 6:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 6:30 to 11:00 a.m.

Special Promotions

Hiawatha Discovery
  • 1 Night in a deluxe queen room, double occupancy
  • Route of the Hiawatha trail and shuttle passes for two
  • 15% Breakfast coupon for our Trailside Cafe

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.”                             

May 26 to June 30 and September 5 to 30:

  • Sunday-Thursday.  Regular price $188. Special package rate $148.
  • Friday-Saturday. Regular price $198. Special package rate $158.

July 1 to September 4:

  • Regular price $198. Special package rate $158.

Reserve space on the Wallace Inn shuttle to/from the Route of the Hiawatha 72 hours in advance of your ride. Round trip $45/ticket.

To book please call 1-800-643-2386.

Upgrades and extra nights available at a discounted rate. Package rates not available for walk-ins. Rates may increase during festival or holiday periods.

 

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