Explore The City Of Trees

Boise is the place with everything, but with nothing too far away. As a central economic and cultural outpost in the heart of the west, and the largest metropolitan area in a 300-mile radius, Boise offers a lively scene in a concentrated area. The thick of the action lies only a few blocks away from Boise Heritage House, a relaxing alternative to the hotel routine.

Downtown and beyond, everything waits for you. So eat, drink, and play. Then come back to Boise Heritage House for welcomed rest on your stay.

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“Welcome to Boise, Idaho—the last great place in the American West.”
National Geographic Adventure

“Boise, to put it mildly, has been on a roll.”
–Outside magazine, naming Boise the #1 town in America.

Capitol: The elegant dome is just blocks away and you can walk to tour this marble seat of Idaho state government with tangible architectural power.

Historic Downtown: The old Boise downtown spans a few charming, brick-infused blocks with bustling restaurants and shops.

Foothills: Head north, and get fresh air with views to feed your soul. Trailheads start just north of Boise Guest House for the 100-mile protected trail system called Ridge to Rivers.

Dog Parks: Boise is second only to Portland in number of dog parks per capita. See this guide to Boise’s off-leash dog parks around the area.

Museums: Boise offers a wide variety of cultural attractions that will enrich your understanding of the Treasure Valley. Visit the World Center for Birds of Prey, the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho History Museum, and the Old Idaho Penitentiary established in 1872, and many others.

Basque Block: Boise is home to the largest Basque population outside of Spain. The Basque Block in downtown Boise is dedicated to the unique Basque culture, with dining, history, art and bars. Don’t miss the Basque Museum and Cultural Center.

BoDo: An abbreviation of Boise Downtown, BoDo holds a theater, fashion boutiques, galleries, the Knitting Factory music venue, and restaurants.

North End: With Victorian to mid-century architectural styles, this historic district of the city is a sight to see.

Hyde Park: Walk north up 13th Street and you will find Boise’s Hyde Park neighborhood. Tucked in the residential North End, these quaint blocks are listed on the National Historic Register and feature charming architecture, restaurants, a wine bar, shops and a hip attitude.

Camping trail Near Downtown Boise

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are no pets allowed in the Heritage House.

We provide you with the amenities to make your stay away from home as comfortable as possible.

We book nightly, weekly or monthly! We do offer some government discounts and multiple-night stay discounts. Please text or call us at (208) 761-6798 to inquire about rates for long-term stays.

Housekeeping services can be arranged for daily or weekly service for an extra cost. If you would like to clean your own space, there are various cleaning supplies in each suite, including extra paper towels, toilet paper, cleaning rags, all-purpose cleaner, a broom and dustpan, etc. We provide cloth kitchen towels for drying dishes that can be set out with the linens at the end of the week.