Originally A 1927 Church House, The Rocky Mountain Red Brick Inn Is A Beyond Unique Place To Stay In Idaho

Here in Idaho, we have a fond appreciation for old structures that are loaded with history. We especially love seeing them given new life and purpose in the modern age, like the Rocky Mountain Red Brick Inn in the small town of Preston, Idaho. Originally erected as a church house in the 1920s, this old building has definitely seen a lot of history over the years. Today it makes for a unique accommodation that’s great for families and groups visiting the area. Check it out:

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Address: 213 W 1st S, Preston, ID 83263, USA