5 on October 17, 2013
My wife and I visited Idaho for the first time, and Maureen and Al made the experience so much better. They are wonderful hosts, and the accommodations were very comfortable in a relaxing setting. The home and surrounding environment was beautiful. Maureen and Al are very personable and make you feel right at home. We would not hesitate to go back for our next trip.
5 on September 16, 2013
We stayed all weekend at the IdaHome Bed and Breakfast to celebrate our anniversary. Our lovely room was quiet and comfortable with a beautiful view of the woods, and our hosts suggested local attractions that we enjoyed, including a nice French restaurant! Breakfasts were superb, and we were surprised in our room with our choice of a bottle of sparkling cider (or champagne) to celebrate our special day.
5 on September 16, 2013
Wij hebben een trip gemaakt van drie weken door Canada, Idaho en Portland en Idahome B&B was by far het beste verblijfsadres. Zo mooi in een zo mooie omgeving met een zo fijne gastvrouw en gastheer. We hadden wel drie weken daar willen blijven. Excellent ontbijt, goede adviezen. Maar dat niet alleen. Er was echt contact tussen ons en fijne gesprekken. Fantastisch. Een omweg waard. Ad de Kroon, Nederland.
5 on September 09, 2013
Just what the doctor ordered for relaxation! Relaxing atmosphere, great food, pleasant and attentive hosts, clean and comfortable rooms, and conveniently located! We would definitely stay again when visiting the area. Thanks to Maureen and Al for a memorable stay in the area!
5 on August 20, 2013
The Idahome exceeded our expectations. It was pouring rain when we arrived, and Al greeted us with umbrellas and helped us make a dash for their beautiful B&B. Maureen serves the best, homemade breakfasts including fresh pineapple, baked oatmeal that was scrumptious, a baked blueberry pancake, poached pear--exquisite food made from the heart. The room was very comfortable and spacious, the bathroom big enough for the two of us and all my "stuff"! We were biking, and Maureen and Al had great maps and suggestions for biking and dining in Post Falls & Coeur D'Alene. We would return in a heart beat.
4.6 on August 14, 2013
We decided to stay at Idahome B&B to celebrate our 10th anniversary. This was our first B&B experience and we delighted with a wonderful stay. The home was located a little outside of the main Post Falls area, just far enough out so that we felt outside of town and in the country, but not too far that it was a long drive or that we felt we were in the "boonies". The accommodations were excellent with an elegantly decorated room that included an outside exit to a quaint patio with gas fireplace. Maureen recommended a nearby restaurant for dinner that was wonderful. After dinner, we took a stroll through the nearby woods and enjoyed a great sunset. Breakfast was served to us on the back patio with the table meticulously set. Al & Maureen took great care to serve a meal that was both delicious and healthy. They made sure that any diet limitations we had were addressed. During breakfast, we were fortunate enough to have a small flock of turkeys parade onto the back lawn and we enjoyed the sounds of morning birds and great views of the forest and flower beds. After breakfast, we had a great visit with Al & Maureen and learned more about their wonderful background and the history of the beautiful home. We even took the opportunity to play the antique piano and enjoy some music together. All in all, we had a wonderful stay and can't wait for the opportunity to make a return visit. We will definitely be recommending Idahome B&B to our friends and family.
5 on August 14, 2013
We spent the month of July on the road and Idahome was, by far, the best place we stayed. Everything was just about perfect - the lovely setting, the beautiful room, the delicious breakfast, the good company of the owners Al and Maureen. We definitely recommend this B&B and will to stay again if we have the opportunity.
5 on August 13, 2013
When you're over 1500 miles away from home it sure is nice to find another home like my wife and I found at IdaHome Bed and Breakfast! Al and Maureen are great hosts who provide outstanding food and hospitality at their beautiful house in serene surroundings. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. John and Sara
5 on July 31, 2013
I got to stay at Idahome B and B this summer and it was great. Al and Maureen work there tails off to keep it so nice. I loved the wide open space and the wild life. The hot tub was relaxing and clean. They pay some much attention to detail. I would recommend this place to anyone passing through the Coeurdlene/Post falls area. Hope do it again sometime. Enjoy Mark Wiseman Seattle
5 on July 20, 2013
While looking for a house in the Coeur d' Alene area we stayed with Maureen and Al. It was our first time in a B&B and we were not disappointed. It is a very quiet and peaceful place. Our room was very neat and clean. Maureen and Al went out of their way to accommodate our needs. They also make a great breakfast. I would highly recommend their place to anyone staying in the area.
5 on July 19, 2013
We loved our stay at IdaHome with Maureen and Al. The setting is very quiet - out of the way, but close enough to all of the action. Their home is so beautiful, nestled in the woods, the decor is inviting and comfortable, the rooms were amazing...the bed was super soft, and I could have slept away our entire vacation. They are thoughtful about every little thing, and top it off, master chefs...breakfast was to die for! Their coffee was incredible...wow, and a special treat (I won't spoil the surprise for anyone else) for our wedding anniversary. We will definitely be back, and we highly recommend staying there!
5 on May 21, 2013
Two years ago my wife and I visited Ida-Home B&B to get away and celebrate our anniversary. We were absolutely delighted to have happened upon this B&B. Beautiful scenic location, comfortable room, great food and simply delightful hosts. The experience was so good that for our next anniversary we were eager to repeat it. A can't miss B&B!
4.8 on May 20, 2013
My wife and I recently went to Idahome Bed & Breakfast for our one year anniversary. My wife was skeptical of going but by the time we left she was absolutely convinced it was the best place we could have gone. It was only an hour from home, but it felt like a flight across the country to such a peaceful and beautiful place. The owners served us amazing breakfasts and great company. Thanks so much for such a great experience!
4.8 on March 13, 2013
We spend the first night of our honeymoon at Ida-Home and received such a blessing from Al (Mureen was gone). Breakfast was delicious, the room was comfortable, clean, and nicely decorated. Perfect place to spend a vacation!!!
5 on December 06, 2012
Al and Maureen are naturally gifted when it comes to hospitality and catering to your particular dietary desires, with palate-pleasing creations served with all the flare you'd expect from a 5 star restaurant! An overnight stay in this quiet pine-forested setting is insuffieent time to experience the many thoughtful touches that await you at the Ida Home Bed and Breakfast.
4.6 on December 04, 2012
Al & Maureen were gracious hosts. They made us feel comfortable and added thoughtful, personal touches during our stay. It was our first anniversary and it was wonderful.
5 on October 24, 2012
I loved the fact that they served gluten free/sugar free food. I have special diet needs and Al and Maureen were very accommodating and sensitive to my diet. They even served a xylitol syrup (just for me) for the gluten free pancakes. I felt so special and never once did they make me feel awkward or guilty. If I lived closer I would go there more often just to get away. The whole experience was amazing, relaxing and peaceful. They really know how to treat their guests. Thank you Maureen and Al! Sandy F. WA
5 on October 22, 2012
I was in Post Falls for business and prefer to try "out of the ordinary" places to stay-makes my trips more interesting. The hospitality was wonderful, Maureen and Al are such nice people. I had the treat of seeing some deer and turkeys, very lovely grounds and very private. I normally bring my own bedding (I'm fussy about "hotel sheets"), but next time I won't bother-their bedding is nicer than a Four Season's resort!! Thanks again Al and Marueen! Cyndi
5 on October 09, 2012
This is a lovely and friendly B&B. In addition, Maureen really knows the local restaurants, so I got great suggestions on where to have dinner.
5 on October 03, 2012
Nous avons été chaleureusement accueillis par Maureen et Al, les hôtes de cette charmante maison, très au calme à la lisière des bois. Les chambres sont spacieuses et très confortables. Le petit déjeuner maison préparé par Maureen et servi sur la terrasse est un moment très agréable. De plus, Maureen et Al sont très attentionnés et donnent d'excellents conseils pour visiter cette région de Coeur d'Alène. Jean-Michel France
4.2 on September 30, 2012
My sister and I visited this B&B for a quiet sister weekend. We couldn't have asked for a better place, better hosts, and better gluten free food! It was totally awesome. I would recommend this place to anyone!
4.6 on September 11, 2012
Staying at IdaHome was a wonderful experience. Getting away from the Texas heat to cool mornings and beautiful scenery was very appealing. Al amd Mareen are such gracious hosts. We loved our conversations together and just fooing around the B&B inside and out was very relaxing and enjoyable. Thank you Al and Maureen for a great getaway! Dave and Judy
5 on September 09, 2012
What a delight to spend a quiet weekend with my sweetheart in the warmth of Al and Maureen's home. Their gift of hospitality made us feel so welcome. We especially enjoyed the vegan breakfasts which were creative and tasty. We've been to IdaHome twice and plan to do so again. ~Curtis and Colleen, Spokane, WA
5 on September 05, 2012
We were re-directed to this lovely B&B after a long day on the road. Maureen and Al graciously welcomed us to their quiet hide away at the last moment. I was travelling with two teenaged boys and Al made sure the boys got a little exercise at the basketball hoop! The bedroom we occupied was extremely comfortable; it was so peaceful and quiet that we slept remarkably well. We were also served an excellent breakfast in the sunshine on the back deck. This is an ideal spot for a romantic get away. Thanks again Al and Maureen for your warm brand of hospitality! Marianela Ocean Park, BC , Canada
5 on September 05, 2012
Beautiful idyllic location, top-notch squeaky CLEAN facilities, QUALITY furnishings, AMAZING hosts, and DELISH breakfasts. Nothing was lacking! We'll definitely return when we're in the area.
5 on August 26, 2012
We stayed at the B&B by accident, we booked another B&B which happen to be overbooked and were advised to Idahome. Well we can say it was the best accident that can happen to you. We had a great time those 4 nights. The room was romantic and very clean, complimentary drinks in the fridge. We had a beautiful fireplace with nice comfy chairs outside the room which we enjoyed every night. Every morning was a delight to get to the breakfast table and be suprised what was on the table. We will defenitely return to this place. We recommend this B&B to everybody who appreciates hospitality.
5 on August 23, 2012
Although my wife and I stayed for just one night at the Ida Home Bed and Breakfast it was wonderful. We had a large and elaborate outdoor wedding in a beautiful venue in Spokane (where we are both from) and I wanted a place to spend our first night together (we did not live/sleep together prior to the wedding) that had a very personal atmosphere but was not too rustic and "fit us." Ida Home was perfect. Based on other reviews I found online I chose this place and it was just what I was hoping for. We arrived late in the evening and they were awake to welcome us and help to our room which was lovely and prepared with their champagne "special touch." After a wonderful night together we enjoyed a healthy and tasty breakfast of berry/banana compote filled crepes. The experience was wonderful and my wife was very pleased with my selection. Thank you Maureen and Al for being wonderful hosts and helping me have a beautiful first night together.
4.8 on July 03, 2012
Wow, where to start. We can't imagine going to the great Northwest and staying anywhere else. The hosts, Al and Maureen, are the nicest most accomodating people you'll ever meet. Their home becomes your home and you are made to feel this way through their unending hospitality, comfortable quiet setting and excellent conversation. The home is nestled in the woods which provides plenty of opportunity to see wildlife such as deer and turkey yet only minutes from downtown Coeur d'Alene to the East and Spokane to the West. The expansive great room is an excellent place to sit and engage in excellent conversation with the hosts or just sit and read a book in peace and quiet. We stayed in the Heritage room which was very clean and exceedingly comfortable with the king size bed. It looks just as the picture on the website except Al hand built a corner fireplace which made the room even more cozy on those rainy evenings. There is an expansive deck on the back of the house which has a walkout from the Heritage room. It would be excellent to enjoy anytime of the day as it has chairs and table to relax in and enjoy a sunrise/sunset or jump in the hot tub for a little relaxation. Maureen gave us a tour of the rest of the house and I believe any room you choose will have the peace and serenity you are looking for in a B&B. Every room had it's own special appeal and coziness that draws you in. Last but definitely not least is the breakfast. Al and Maureen go out of their way to provide you with whatever your pallet desires. You wont walk away from their table hungry! The table is set as if you were dining in a hi class restaurant but the food at Idahome is much better! No better place to stay whether for a local getaway or your anchor point for a fun vacation to the great Northwest!
5 on June 03, 2012
My husband and I met friends at IdaHome Bed and Breakfast and I was awed when I first walked through the door. One entire wall is window and it's just striking. The house is beautiful, each room has a theme, is spacious with so much attention to detail. A lovely rose waits for you in your room. Breakfast is delicious and healthy. Al and Maureen are so warm and friendly and they have anticipated every need you might have. The grounds are beautiful in such a private setting. I felt spoiled and I loved it. We will recommend them to our friends. It is so worth the drive from Shelton.
5 on April 23, 2012
The Snyders were friendly and warm. The special treat for us was the gluten free breakfast. It was delightful and filling enough that we happily skipped lunch that day. Very restful experience.
5 on February 13, 2012
IdaHome bed & breakfast is a wonderful place to stay when visiting northern Idaho. Al and Maureen were wonderful hosts. We enjoyed spending time talking with them and other guests that were there at the time. The room was very clean and comfortable and the breakfasts were delicious. Al & Maureen were very helpful in sharing ideas on things to do and places to eat in the area. My wife and I have stayed in many bed and breakfasts and this one is a winner! We would stay again without hesitation when up in Idaho! Thanks Al and Maureen Tom & Lenora
5 on October 06, 2011
We luckily stumbled on this best kept secret on the WA. ID. border. Just 3 miles off the main highway we found ourselves in the wilderness, in a jacuzzi, with deer running around the property. Maureen and Al were genuine and kind to us the entire stay. Our room with antique interiors was beautiful and most restful. We highly suggest you check out this property!
4.8 on August 19, 2011
IdaHome Bed and Breakfast is a delightful location in Post Falls, Idaho; host and hostess Al and Maureen are friendly and knowledgeable about the area. They've created a welcoming and relaxing haven amidst a beautiful forested landscape. Breakfasts are scrumptious--ours was served on the outdoor deck--and the bedrooms are comfortable and decorated with entertaining pictures, antiques and a variety of reading selections. If you have an upcoming visit to the area, you can't go wrong with the IdaHome Bed and Breakfast--certainly a better choice than a chain hotel or motel!
Dear Guest, BedandBreakfast.com will not give out your name (if you would like to email that info that would be greatly appreciated) idahomebnb.com or if anonymous makes you feel more comfortable that is fine too. We are so pleased to receive your review. It is always sooo wonderful to get good support. It means a lot to us personally and for our B&B. We are so grateful. Thank you so much, Al and Maureen
5 on July 25, 2011
Just what I wanted in the way of a retreat. Quiet and charming. The Snyders are the ultimate hosts. Never felt so pampered. First class accommodations. Will make a point of visiting them again. Pat Redding
5 on June 03, 2011
Maureen and Al Snyder are amazing hosts. They are a delight to be around and take a personal interest in you getting to know the area. A friend and I from Damascus, MD, and McLean, VA, felt we found the best B&B experience in northern Idaho! In addition to Maureen and Al's beautiful and comfortable home, breakfasts to die for, and reasonable rates, the B&B is centrally located for easy travel as far away as central Washington, the tip top of Northern Idaho, and even into western Montana. Their B&B is located in Post Falls, which is approximately seven miles east of Spokane, Washington, and seven miles west of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Sandpoint, Idaho, is only 30-40 minutes north. We both highly recommend staying with Maureen and Al when visiting the Spokane region or northern Idaho. They welcome people who stay as short as one night when traveling through the area to two or so weeks for those of us who want to really get to know the region. You will be glad you selected Ida-Home B&B!
5 on February 14, 2011
IdaHome is a beautiful Bed & Breakfast nestled in the pines of Post Falls, Idaho. For us, it was a great beginning after having just retired as educators to the "third third" of our lives. Al and Maureen were the consummate hosts with warmth and genuine care expressed in so many special ways. Truly, they made us feel like "mi casa su casa" (my home is your home). The accommodations were meticulously appointed and the Great Room was a favorite spot in their home. There we read, listened to music, nestled up to the fireplace, enjoyed the "outside" from "inside" through the floor to ceiling windows and caught up on some computer skills. The breakfasts were concluded each morning by asking, "Do you share your recipes?" Ahh... the scrumptious culinary presentations of each healthy breakfast were worth getting up for each day. Will we be back? You betcha!