Best Idaho holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Idaho
StoneRidge Golf Condo with Pool Access and Mtn Views!Boasting a spa bath, StoneRidge Golf Condo with Pool Access and Mtn Views! is situated in Blanchard. The accommodation is 32 km from Hayden.Book now
Hayden Lake Views - Sleeps 6Hayden Lake Views - Sleeps 6 is located in Hayden and offers a shared lounge, barbecue facilities and a terrace. The air-conditioned accommodation is 11 km from Coeur d'Alene, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi.Book now
Sleep Inn & SuitesAt our Sleep Inn & Suites® hotel, experience a simply stylish sanctuary designed to help you unwind. You'll find fresh design elements inspired by nature, plus great amenities like our free Morning Medley breakfast buffet each morning, free WiFi throughout the hotel, an exercise room and complimentary parking for both compact and oversized vehicles. Extras include free coffee, friendly 24-hour reception and a business center featuring a print station.Book now
Condo with Porch and Mountain View on Lake Pend OreilleSet in Sandpoint, Condo with Porch and Mountain View on Lake Pend Oreille offers air-conditioned accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. The accommodation is 38 km from Newport.Book now
Round trips and holiday apartments in Idaho – the perfect combination
Your holiday home in Idaho is set in one of the most varied landscapes in the United States. The state in the northwest reaches from the dry plains of the Great Basin in the south up to the mountainous border to Canada. Book with us the suitable accommodations in the USA and travel to one of the most original areas of the country. But also visit the neighbouring states and book an Apartment in Oregon or a Holiday Apartment in Nevada.
Immerse yourself in the past with apartments in Idaho
If you want to discover the rich and varied landscape of Idaho, you should choose a route from the mountainous north to the south. The Rocky Mountains could mark the beginning of your journey. There you will also find numerous private apartments in Idaho, often close to the Canadian border. Here you will find rich deposits of gemstones, to which the state owes its nickname “Gem State”. A little further south is Custer County, which also includes the highest mountain in Idaho, Borah Peak, which is almost 3,900 metres high. Casto is the perfect starting point to explore the extensive hiking trails. Here, at the latest, the landscape begins to change markedly and gradually merges into the barren wilderness of the Great Basin. One of the great natural monuments is the Hells Canyon, which owes its face to the raging rapids of the Snake River. It also feeds the Shoshone Falls, which are no less than 300 metres wide and 65 metres high. In the immediate vicinity there are numerous private holiday apartments in Idaho, which are used by whitewater lovers. Below the waterfall, gold deposits were discovered in 1869, which caused a short but conflict-laden gold rush. Large metropolises are largely absent. Even the capital Boise has only 200,000 inhabitants. Nevertheless, a visit is worthwhile, as the city has been developing into a boomtown for around 20 years. The trigger for this is the recession in California, which caused many West Coast residents to move inland due to low real estate prices. Until today the price level is below the national average. This means that you can also book our accommodations at reasonable prices and at the same time live very comfortably.
Discover Idaho’s natural beauties
Idaho is particularly exciting for visitors who are interested in palaeontology or geology. In the south of the state you will find the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument. It is one of the most productive sites for fossils from the Pliocene and has a spacious visitor centre. What happens when the forces of the Earth’s interior push to the surface can be seen at the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. Solidified lava flows and cinder cones cover vast areas, a hostile and creepy landscape used by Apollo astronauts for training purposes. Although the actual hotspot, the magma source just below the earth’s surface, now belongs to the adjacent Yellowstone National Park, the volcanoes of the National Park are not considered extinct. Another natural wonder lies in Idaho Falls. The waterfalls of the same name are fed by the floods of the Snake River and plunge into the city’s park. No matter which city you ultimately choose, an apartment in Idaho will bring you into contact with fascinating natural wonders. There are always memories of great western classics, which were often filmed in front of the impressive scenery and through which the mysticism of the gold rush, which attracted the first settlers to the state, can still be felt. So every overnight stay in Idaho is also a trip into American history. And if you are drawn from Idaho to the north, our Apartments in Canada are available there.