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We've been waiting for the perfect time to visit this historic hotel from the 1860s and were finally able to make our dream come true this summer! This place was definitely the highlight of our trip. If you don't book a room here and have...More
This hotel is living, breathing history. The entire town is off the grid, far from pavement, among fir and aspen trees in one of the richest gold and silver regions of the west. Expect gravel/dirt roads which climb steeply and wind along creek beds, the...More
If you are looking for a place to view the history of the west, Silver City Idaho in Owyhee County is an awesome place to visit! Nestled in the beautiful and scenic Owyhee Mountains, south of Boise, the old mining town still has a lot...More
Interesting and a little sad to se all those abandoned houses in town. The also abandoned mine and all the buildings had a story to tell. It was a long and sometimes a bit tricky drive up here from Boise but we thought it was...More
Roger and Michelle were great. Be sure to make reservations for family style dinner.
The rooms are authentic. Some have heat, some don't . Walk around and visualize this ghost town buzzing with activity. Now only one active silver mine and some part time residents....More
I drove up this weekend from Murphy, Idaho. Not a road for an RV at all. Tight corners, rutted, very steep in places - would worry about maintaining traction. The town of Silver City is not set up for RV parking at all... More
I drove up this weekend from Murphy, Idaho. Not a road for an RV at all. Tight corners, rutted, very steep in places - would worry about maintaining traction. The town of Silver City is not set up for RV parking at all, and some of the streets would be hard to navigate. You were asking about the road from Jordan Valley - everyone tells me the road from Murphy is much, much better than the road from JV. We drove down the Jordan Valley connection a little ways to check it out, and found it closer to a jeep road than a 2WD road.
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"Don't expect cell service, and expect the 140-year old hotel to creak at night!"