Idaho April 17, 2019
This Remote Mountain Farm Is One Of The Most Peaceful B&Bs In All Of Idaho
There’s something undeniably attractive about escaping city life to live on a farm, even if only for a few nights. You can do just that when you plan a little escape to this farm bed and breakfast in the Idaho mountains. This quaint B&B is absolutely charming in every way you can imagine, complete with neverending views and a variety of farm animals. Do something different for your next weekend getaway and consider spending some time at this humble farm. You definitely won’t regret it.
When life gets to be a lot, a quick escape into the mountains starts to sound really good. Living in Idaho means that is always possible, especially when you plan a visit to Cedar Mountain Farm Bed and Breakfast in Athol.
Surrounded by the endless North Idaho beauty, you'll find this quaint B&B nestled on a 440-acre family owned and operated tree farm. This place has a lot to offer, including endless peace and quiet.
Cedar Mountain Farm is a true labor of love. The owners, Al and Daryl Ann, first settled at the base of Cedar Mountain back in 1974. It's evident that this area is their little slice of paradise, and you can experience it for yourself when you spend the night at their lovely B&B.
Daryl Ann and Al consider it a blessing to welcome newcomers to this little corner of the Gem State. After all, this place is absolutely breathtaking. You may wish you could build your own little farm after you visit!
Visitors will have their choice between three private rooms, all of which are cozily decorated and come with private baths. Alternatively, you can choose to stay in The Bunkhouse, a stand-alone cabin with a private kitchen, dining area, living room, and bathroom.
And don't worry, there is
plenty to do on the farm if you'd like to keep busy. The farm is surrounded by gorgeous hiking trails, recreational opportunities, and animals to visit. Not to mention the amazing day trip opportunities nearby, such as Silverwood Theme Park, Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint, and Lake Pend Oreille.
This homey B&B is the perfect thing when you need to take some time to relax and reset among Idaho's stunning natural scenery. Plan a getaway soon and visit their website
What do you think? Would you spend a few nights at this farm bed and breakfast? If only we could stay here forever! Idaho is full of fascinating places to stay. Just take a look at
The Most Unique Hotel In Idaho You’ll Definitely Want To Visit for another one-of-a-kind destination.