The Roosevelt Inn B&B
105 Wallace Ave.
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

208-765-5200
208-664-4142
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The Roosevelt Inn, located in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, was built in 1905 and is part of the National Register of Historic Places. Originally a school house, the inn was remodeled in 1994 into a bed and breakfast. It was named after the 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt. Our theme throughout the building is the rose to celebrate the name Roosevelt, which means "Rose field" in Dutch. The beautiful red brick building with its steeple, shaded by maple trees, offers traditional elegance with modern comforts and warm hospitality. Two antique furnished parlors and dining area feature several lovely lead glass windows, and a hand painted mural welcomes you on the main floor. In addition, a winding rose mural runs up the wall along the original school staircase.
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A Recommended Charming Getaway
"My girlfriend and I had such a pleasant stay at the Roosevelt Inn. We were able to walk downtown for food and drink, and the residence itself felt like a getaway. They had a beautiful yard with...read more"
written Jun 2, 2021 by H6882OIedc
Lovely Inn.
"We are from Montana and recently stayed at the Roosevelt with family visiting from Texas. We have family living in Idaho that we were visiting. The innkeepers allowed us to invite the Idaho family...read more"
written May 28, 2021 by themontanatravelgirl
Great B and B
"Lovely room, fabulous breakfasts featuring everything you could want, very friendly hosts! Will be back! Great location. Nice wine at the manager's reception... fun to meet the other travellers...read more"
written May 27, 2021 by bjorn33055
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