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B&B News from Greyhouse
Our temperatures here at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast are ideal for your comfort and enjoyment. True, it's been a bit stuffy, with temperatures in the low 90's, but compared to other areas, this is wonderful. For the next few days, we expect highs in the low 80's during the day, cooling down to the 50's at night. Excellent temps for your stay at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast. While you're here, ask us about a Salmon river float trip
Sacajawea Center great place to learn about local history.
Boy Scout Rock jumping in to cool off.
The Greyhouse Inn, which offers rooms in a 19th century farm house, also features very nice cabin rooms some distance from the main house. In fact, we are the place to stay in the Salmon, Idaho area. We are not in Salmon, our Inn is located about 11 miles south of Salmon on U.S.. highway 93. We are also not right on the Salmon river. We are located where the river bends to the East, swinging away from the Greyhouse by several hundred yards. But we still have the best location in the world, you've got to come and see for yourself.
This is the best time of the summer to book your room at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast and reserve a float trip on the Salmon River with Kookaburra Rafting. Our weather is cool right now and with intermittent rain shower activity the mountains remain green and beautiful. Do not let this wait, act now, call us at 1-800-348-8097.
Hello Bitterroot Valley friends and neighbors. Please remember the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast is here for you! One of our greatest assets is our proximity to the Goldbug hot spring. As many of you already know, Goldbug is favored by all mostly for it's remote location and natural setting. If you are thinking of a good soak, bring your friends and family, and we'll start your day with a wholesome breakfast and send you on your way to Goldbug hot spring.
Spring has finally arrived at the Greyhouse Inn near Salmon, Idaho. The signs are everywhere around us. The service berry bushes are blooming as are the Nan King cherries and apricots. The birds are singing, and along 12 mile creek you can smell the delicious fragrance of the cottonwood trees. Spring is here! Come and enjoy!
Just wanted to update everyone on the goings on at the Greyhouse Inn. Dave and I put up a new jack fence between us and the cows. No more cows stampeding through the yard. And the fence looks awsome, can't wait for you all to see it. Cabin fever should be setting in and it is time for a little get away. Come and see us, we have 3 baby chickens running around with the big chickens and 21 more on the way as well as 4 baby ducks. We are excited about the new babys to add to our girls. I'll keep you all informed with new pictures of the babys when the arrive in May.