3 Places to stay in
Mountain Home, Idaho

3 Places to stay in
Mountain Home, Idaho

Our Local Reservation Staff will plan Your perfect stay in a Mountain Home Hotel

Mountain Home originated as a post office and stage stop in the 1870's and is now home to bustling Mountain Home Air Force Base. This desert community has many attractions to check out including Bruneau Dunes State Park, CJ Strike Reservoir and approx. 350 miles of snowmobile trails for winter riding. With lots of hotel options to choose from, make it a weekend trip and explore the crossroads of the west in Mountain Home.  Our Idaho based professional staff look forward to helping you plan the perfect vacation in Mountain Home.

MOUNTAIN HOME Lodging Choices

Specialty lodging in Mountain Home


InIdaho loves pets too! Invite your pet to enjoy a vacation in Mountain Home with you. Here are Mountain Home's pet Friendly accommodations.


InIdaho takes the hassle out of group lodging.  Weddings, reunions, conventions and even sports tournaments. Let us help plan your trip to Mountain Home!

First Time to the Mountain Home area?

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Mountain Home is approximately 40 miles southeast of Boise and currently has a population over 11,000 and growing due to the nearby Air Force base. The original site of Mountain Home is now known as Rattlesnake Station and is located seven miles northeast of 1-84 Exit 95, on Idaho Highway 20.
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Bring Your Group to Mountain Home!

InIdaho.com's expert group planners can accommodate up to 630 people in the Mountain Home, Idaho area.

We specialize in housing for Weddings, Sports Teams, Family and Class Reunions, Corporate Meetings and more.

We'll negotiate group rates and manage room blocks. Reservations can be made by one person or each person individually. And like everything we do, our group services are free.

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