Bed and breakfast in Boise, Idaho
The Idaho Heritage Inn is a bed and breakfast that offers rooms at the Inn where all have been comfortably and charmingly provided with private baths, flat-screen TV with cable channels, period furniture, and cozy comforters. Spacious main floor common rooms include a large entry hall, formal dining room, living room, featuring diamond-paned French doors, oak flooring, oriental carpets and plentiful, comfortable seating. There is a computer available on premises for printing boarding passes, checking e-mail and other business or personal needs. A fax is also available and the house has a secure wireless network.
The Idaho Heritage Inn was built back in 1904 for one of Boise's early merchants, Henry Falk. The Falk Family owned The mode department store downtown which still houses retail shops. The Inn remained in the Falk family until 1943, when it was purchased by then-Governor Chase A. Clark.
Governor Clark enjoyed a prestigious career in the public service which culminated in his appointment as a federal judge. The home was used by Clark's daughter, Bethine and her husband, Senator Frank Church, as their Idaho residence during Senator Church's 24 year tenure in the U.S Senate. The home remained in the Clark/Church family until 1987, when it was restored as a bed and breakfast. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the Idaho Heritage Inn continues to welcome its guests with dignity and grace.