The Osprey Inn Bed & Breakfast is located on beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene in historic Harrison Idaho. The home was originally built in 1915 as a boarding house for lumberjacks. It now has 5 guest rooms, each with a private bathroom. Three of the rooms have lake and sunset views.
The Osprey Inn opened in November of 1994. Though the exterior has remained relatively unchanged since 1915, and some interior architectural details remain, the guest rooms are newly constructed. Each guest room features a tasteful combination of new and antique furniture, old fashioned wallpaper, and period decor. All guest rooms have private bathrooms with showers.
The Inn's spacious dining-common room with its adjoining porch is perfect for parties and receptions.
The Inn provides parking for all guests, with space for boat trailers and complimentary moorage for your fishing / pleasure-craft at our private dock.
The view from the picture window and porch guarantees a beautiful sunset over the lake. A great variety of birds come calling at the lake and surrounding area.
They invite you to rest and relax in the comfort of the Inn. Sit on the porch and watch the sun make its lazy circuit. Drop a fishing line off the Inn's private dock. Walk 2 blocks south to restaurants, marina, and shops, or north up the peninsula and become one with nature in a natural bird and waterfoul sanctuary.
Experience classic country hospitality and a hearty breakfast, complete with homemade breads and pastries.
Harrison offers both a family cafe with lounge and a marina that offers daily dining and weekend entertainment during the summer months. Each facility offers indoor and outdoor dining.
There is a public boat ramp, large dock and one of the most beautiful city beaches on Lake Coeur d'Alene, within easy walking distance from the Inn.
Local shops can even provide tackle for the spontaneous angler, as well as groceries and alcoholic beverages. Pike, Chinook, and Kokanee Salmon, Bass, Trout and more await.
Shopping in Harrison also offers jewelry, hand-crafted items, antiques, ice cream, and more.
There are 70 miles of a rails-to-trails pathway that passes through Harrison on its way to Mullan, Idaho to the northeast and Worley, Idaho to the southwest. This trail offers great walking, jogging and bicycling opportunity. Bicycle rental and repairs are available.
Several species of birds including water foul and birds of prey are available for the bird watching enthusiast.
Depending on the season, you may see Ospreys, Bald Eagles, Great Blue Herons, Swans, Waterfowl, Kingfishers, Warblers, Nuthatches, Red Winged, Yellow Headed, and Brewers Blackbirds, Violet-Green, Cliff, Tree, and Barn Swallows, Solitaires, Chickadees, and the list goes on…
The Osprey Inn
134 Frederick Avenue
Harrison, ID 83833