A vacation rental in the heart of Idaho's hidden cycling paradise. Come spend a few days in historic Wallace, leave all the traffic behind, and explore some of the most incredible bicycle routes in the northwest.
This beautiful old home was built in the 1920's and features hardwood floors, tall ceilings, wood trim, and knotty pine walls. This 4 bedroom home feels like a welcoming lodge with many beds to accommodate a large group.
There are 3 bedrooms upstairs and one bedroom downstairs. The west room is a large room with a queen bed and a double futon. The east bedroom is the largest room with a queen bed and two twins, the smallest bedroom has a double bed, and the downstairs bedroom has a queen bed. In addition, there are 4 thick sleeping pads available. The entire house can accommodate 12 to 18 people.
Located 3 blocks west of the Center of the Universe in downtown Wallace. A short walk to coffee shop, restaurants, bars, grocery store, museums, antique store, etc.
A multi-sport training mecca: four different paved directions right out the door (no traffic), Trail of the Coeur d' Alenes stretches 65 miles west and 8 miles east, unforgettable switchbacks of Dobson and Thompson Passes to the north, Moon Pass to Avery and the Hiawatha Trail to the south, a maze of dirt road climbs, cut-offs, and loops make it a cross bike heaven, canyon walls lined with forest roads for mountain bikes and running, three blocks to outdoor pool with daily lap swim for $0.50, and short drive to Silver Mountain and Lookout Pass ski areas for summer/winter fun.
The kitchen is fully stocked with all items needed for everyday cooking.
All linens (bed and bath) are provided.
There is a TV (no cable), DVD, CD stereo system. A library of cycling movies and cycling books.
Please call Tana and Matt Seeley to inquire, (406)871-5991.
Trolley Tour -- of Historic Wallace and a Silver Mine.