The Moose Room Suite is our most popular room inside the inn. It boast an outside porch when leads to the hot tub just a few steps away in the Sunken Garden. Luxurious robes await, a very comfortable queen bed and adjoining tub/shower combo bath complete the wonderful accommodations, while guests can enjoy the Great Room's ambiance, often in privacy. A full home-cooked breakfast varies from day to day. Have you heard about the resident stuffed cougar?
This Bed and Breakfast/full service lodge offers private bedrooms inside the inn, which are described here, as well as cabins furnished with handmade lodge pole pine furniture. (See our other listings.) Full meal and wine/beer service is available in the Great Room , A complimentary home-cooked breakfast is included in the room rate.
Located off of US Hwy 12, in a rural wooded area overlooking the Clearwater River, just 5 miles outside of Orofino, on the way to Dworshak Dam. Taxes apply.
The Great Room offers space for lounging or TV viewing, reading, or to host board meetings at its custom blued pine table and chairs which seat up to 12. Banquets for up to 50 can also be held in the Great Room. A hot tub in the Sunken Garden relaxes, or a game of billiards, cards, or board games can be played in the Catawampus Room, which offers TV and a built-in DVD player as well as a host of children's toys and library. Laundry is available there and drinks or popcorn can be made in the kitchenette, which has a microwave, ice-maker, and small frig. Outside the cabins is a horseshoe pit for a lively game.
All amenities of the inn are accessible to guests, as the host lives separately in a home on the same property. The Sunken Garden with its fish pond offers a respite for weary guess, as well as a comfortable place to relax and read.
Host/owner Jo Moore is readily accessible to answer questions about the area, take care of guests' needs, and personally cook and serve breakfast, as well as full dinners upon request. Drinks and snacks are offered on arrival of guests, and if dinner has been ordered, a social hour of appetizers and beer/wine service precedes the meal. Sometimes guests, who also enjoy cooking, even join Jo in the kitchen with a glass of wine while cooking together! Guests are always asked if they prefer dining alone, or wish to join other guests in a social atmosphere. Jo feels it is very important to see that guests feel as comfortable as if they were in their own home.
The High Country Inn is a "getaway" where there is no close traffic or noise. Deer, wild turkeys, birds of many kinds are the only visitors. Woods, hills, open sky, and the river below are the nearest sights. Less than five minutes away down in the tiny community of Ahsahka can be had the best hamburgers you'll find anywhere, cooked to order with the condiments you want! Orofino is the rural town about ten minutes away, with an assortment of cafes, from standard American to Mexican, Chinese, and pizza.
The nearest airport to us is Lewiston (LWS) one hour, or Spokane, WA, three hours. Most vacationers reach us by car traveling from areas of Portland, Seattle, Boise ,Coeur d' Alene, Missoula, as well from other parts of the U.S. and Europe. We are located about a day's travel from Seattle or Portland and half-way from there to favorite vacation spots of Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, which makes a nice stop for those traveling that way.
A developed hiking trail is located at the Big Eddy Marina, which is the site of Dworshak Dam, less than 10 minutes from the inn.. Several programs are available at the Dworshak Visitor's Center as well as tours. The Nez Perce National Historic Park is just 40 minutes away, with programs, films, and display about the Nez Perce, who were the native Americans who aided Lewis and Clark in their Corps of Discovery. There are more sites of the L and C route along this part of the Clearwater River than most other areas of their travel from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean. The inn also boasts several books for sale or perusal about this era of the Corps of Discovery, which took place (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Guests are welcome to relax in the Great Room, play games in the Catawampus Cabin or in the hot tub, or play horseshoes. There is lots of walking space around the inn.
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Host Jo Moore is ready to answer questions and to suggest activities.
The inn, which was built in stages from 2000 to 2007, has always been non-smoking. Smoking is allowed at least 20 ft. away from the buildings, and butts must be discarded in containers supplied around the inn.
Well-behaved pets are welcome, and their families are assigned to one of the cabins, which open to the outdoors. Pets need to have their own bed and/or crate and are not allowed on the furniture. The charge is a one-time fee of $25 for pets. Pet clean-up is requested, and plastic bags are available.
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