Staying in Wallace, ID, for a night, a weekend or more? This tiny town has a charming diversity of options for overnight lodging.
If you're looking for full living quarters (kitchens, living areas, perhaps a yard or laundry machines), there are quaint cottages, historic homes, a brick loft, a converted church, and downtown apartments that can be rented by the night, weekend, or more.
If you only need a room to crash in, Wallace offers modern hotels, retro motels, and historic old bordello rooms The historic hotel rooms often have shared bathrooms, but make up for the inconvenience with a unique experience and tons of charm.
For those who prefer a little less town and a little more nature, you can pitch a tent in your own private campsite in the mountains and woods, rent a dry cabin, or park your RV by a creek, a gold mine, or next to a microbrewery. Fresh air and mountain views guaranteed!