A peaceful oasis nestled in the pines
The drive along Idaho’s Clearwater River Valley from Orofino to Ahsahka brings you through one of the most beautiful places in the Pacific Northwest. Amongst the Ponderosa Pines, a natural part of the landscape, is where you will find a rustic, yet elegant, bed and breakfast – The High Country Inn.
The property is located on 30-acres of stewardship forest which provides a quiet, peaceful setting for guests to relax and enjoy the nature and wildlife around them. With space and accommodations for small intimate getaways or large group events, The High Country Inn has been a place where people have come for weddings, anniversaries, corporate meetings, weekend getaways and family reunions.
Halfway between the coast and Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, The High Country Inn is the ideal place to stay on your way to your next outdoor adventure.
Welcome to the perfect mountain retreat!
Beautiful view. And very cleanBobby Kochsmeier8/23/2019
My daughter graduated on May 31 and her class stayed here for their Senior sober night. A picturesque surrounding with... read moreChris Kochsmeier6/07/2019
Stayed at the High Country Inn last weekend. Accommodations were fantastic. We stayed in the cabin with 2 bedrooms and... read moreTami Paxton5/31/2019
My 50th birthday party was epic, the Inn was the PERFECT choice.Dianna Seeley12/02/2015
So loved visiting the High country Inn! Jo made us feel like her favourite family members coming to visit. Everything... read moreSarah McCracken6/18/2019
We had an amazing time here the past few days! This is a very picturesque, relaxing place to stay. Jo... read moreDarcy Senn5/18/2014
Beautiful place, and inexpensiveRick Adams3/26/2019
Great location, wonderful grounds and facilities and Jo Moore is a great host. We had a great get away, it was a very relaxing, the themed cabins are a nice touch. Jo... read moreMike H5/13/2018
We visited here for our annual company retreat. They easily accommodated our group of 25 for the full weekend. Jo... read moreTyler LaDouceur8/23/2014