The Church House is one of Wallace's treasures, a one-of-a-kind lodging experience listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This charming little 2-bedroom home started life as a chapel in 1905, but has been used for multiple purposes through the years, including a coffee shop and art studio. Located right off the main street into town and across the road from the river, it's a short walk to shops and easy to find whether driving in or biking in from the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes.
The house is conveniently located in the quaint town of Wallace, Idaho. This home was built in 1910 and retains its cottage charm with craftsman wood detailing and antique furnishings. Free private parking for two vehicles. Fenced front and back yards. It is a charming and easy walk to the restaurants and fascinating shops in Wallace and right off the main biking and hiking trails. For winter sports, Wallace sits between two popular ski resorts, Silver Mountain and Look-out Pass.
Egyptian themed room. Spacious. Very comfortable custom made King bed. En suite bath with walk in shower. Gourmet breakfast provided. Sofa bed is great for kids but not comfortable for adults.