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Now is the time to visit Idaho's Salmon River country, and include in your plans a stay at the Greyhouse Inn B & B. Our state flower, the syringa, mock orange, is in full bloom, and can be easily seen along the edge of highway 93 as you drive north from Challis to Salmon. This hardy shrub seems to flourish in the most unlikely places. Clearly visible across highway 93 from the Greyhouse, it grows just below the rocky slopes and without any visible signs of water. It;s a beautiful, fragrant flower and this is a great time to make your reservation at the Greyhouse Inn and enjoy one of nature's wonders.
On your next trip to the Greyhouse Inn, if you are driving up highway 75 from Sun Valley or Boise, be sure to stop at the Yankee Fork Visitor Center at Challis, Idaho. They have tons of interesting information on local history. One interesting item mentioned is the ghost town of Bayhorse. Have you heard of it? There is a fourteen and a half mile ATV trail from Challis to Bayhorse which would certainly be worthwhile to explore. Bayhorse was a privately owned mine, but is now owned by the state of Idaho and is a state park, so the public is welcome.
Summer is here! Make your plans now for a comfortable staycation with family and friends at the Greyhouse Bed and Breakfast near Salmon, Idaho on the main Salmon River. We are located on Highway 93, just north of the 49th parallel, halfway betwixt here and there, but also between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. If you plan to travel highway 93 this summer, you'll drive right by us. But don't drive by, stop in and stay awhile. If you stay two nights or more, we'll give you a healthy discount on your room.
Spring has arrived at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast near to Salmon, Idaho and the "River of no Return", the Salmon River of Idaho. The grass is greening up nicely, the nanking cherries are blooming profusely, the service berries are in bloom, and the mountains around us are lush. This is the time to call and make your reservation. Make it for two nights and get a healthy discount on your room. Call today!
The Salmon Select Horse and Mule Sale was a Hugh success again this year, and we thank all our customers who came for the sale and stayed at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast. We also thank the steelhead fishers who came to the Greyhouse Inn B&B, and all of you that came here just for relaxation. Now it's time to begin planning your summer vacation! Plan to float the Salmon River with Kookaburra Rafting, and spend a couple of relaxing evenings at the Greyhouse Inn. You can plan on having a full breakfast and comfortable, clean lodging along with a trip of a lifetime on the Salmon River.
Spring fishing season is always a great time for a vacation on the Salmon River. We are having the usual spring: beautiful sunny days mixed with the occasional drizzle and rain. But we know that fish don't mind getting wet and anytime is good to throw a line in the river.
The chickens are making fresh eggs daily, things are starting to grow and it is beautiful at the Greyhouse Inn this time of year. As always we can get you out on the river with the Kookaburra Salmon River Fishing Guides.
Please enjoy our little movie of Fishing on the river last fall.
This is a good time of year to plan a getaway and come to enjoy Spring in the Salmon River country. Generally, we now get sunny days where temperatures climb to the 40's and provided there is no wind, it's rather pleasant. Nice enough to remind one that Spring is just around the corner. So, come to the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast, let us prepare your breakfast and you can enjoy a couple of days off!
Book a room at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast for this weekend and get a nice Presidents' Day Sale discount on the room. But, hurry while suppies last.
Hello everyone, it is that time of year when cabin fever sets in and you need to get away for some different scenery. Well come on down to the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast. Take a walk in the mountains and smell the earth.
The Salmon River is beautiful, Eagles are fishing and so are a few fishermen, no ice on the river makes it easier for everyone to catch fish.
We haven't had a lot of snow in the valley this year so we have been enjoying our walks up Twelve Mile Road, Twelve Mile Creek, has broken through the ice and it is spring is in the air. Makes you want to start a little fire and roast a hot dog. Have a picnic. It is wonderful to be able to get out this time of year.
This is a great time of the year for a soak in a beautiful natural hotspring. The Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast is within a few miles of one of nature's best hotsprings, Goldbug hotspring. You get the health benefit of a somewhat challenging hike to the spring, plus all the goodness that wonderful hot water spring provides. Caution though, nudity is allowed and happens too frequently. But if that bothers you, we suggest you either look the other way or find a spot along the stream with more privacy.