Unique Accommodations At Boise Hillside Suites

Dated: 01/07/2016

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Boise Hillside Suites offers unique accommodations and beautiful views.


For a unique lodging experience in Boise, head to Boise Hillside Suites.


Built over a 20 year span, every wall in the home is constructed with rammed earth faced with logs. You won't find a single nail in the home, while the ceiling is concrete and the doorjams were crafted with Owyhee rose stone. It really is a unique building.


The unusual construction process was built between 1950 to 1970, finally finished just a few years before the owner and creator, John Fairchild, died. Now the home has been transformed into a quiet, tranquil place for guests to stay.


Located off of Hill Road, Boise Hillside Suites is at an ideal location to both enjoy the nature of Idaho, but also proximity to downtown's numerous restaurants and stores.


With only three suites available to choose from, this is definitely a small retreat in the big city.  Marjorie's Library is the largest of the three and the epitome of privacy with a private hot tub, entrance, and drive. You'll love sitting by the fireplace while sipping a cup of coffee. Or, stay in John's Study, with great views of downtown Boise and the Owyhee Mountains. Joan's Sweet is a first floor accommodation and has a kitchenette. View pricing and make a reservation here.


If you need a bit of pampering during your stay, you can book a massage or take advantage of Boise Hillside Suite's partnership with Serenity Day Spa and put the 15 percent discount for customers to good use.

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