Stayed at the Hayhurst Bed Breakfast during our trip to Pine, Idaho. The BB is withing a couple of hundred yards from the airport and Deborah and Buzz, owners of the BB will come and pick you up. They even have a courtesy car who would expect a BB of this caliber to have a crew car?.
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The rooms all have their own bathrooms, walk-out patio, and the great room shared by the guests is out-of-this world with a pool table, big screen with surround sound, full kitchen for your use, wall-mounted Scrabble game really cool, hot tub, fire pit, and an unbelievable view of the lake. Wish I could post pictures of this BB on the site, as it was one of the most unbelievable experiences we ever had.
Of course, look at the their website, but feel free to email me at email@example.com for a pilot's view of the location. For the pilots out there, the runway is 2,300 x 150...landing is uphill, takeoff is downhill, and there are no obstacles that will mess with your arrival or departure. Concrete with chain tiedowns are available, so you don't have to worry about bringing your own stuff to secure your airplane. Mountains block much of the wind, and take-off and landing is over the lake.
If you go into town about a mile away, there is another hotel, a grocery store, and a restaurant with pool tables, shuffleboard, and a jukebox. Food is traditional pub food, but the locals are very welcoming. Just down the road are natural hot springs just off the highway at Johnson's Bridge, free to anyone who stops, and Trinity Hot Springs are another 1/2 mile down the road if you want a more formal large hot springs pool. Fishing at Anderson Ranch Reservoir is just off the airport. Look on page 134 of the state published Airport Directory here for detailed information. https://itd.idaho.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Airport-Facilities-Directory.pdf - Submitted by Spencer Hamons