The Palouse View suite features a king size memory foam bed and a sitting area, as well as private bath, walk in closet, coffee maker, microwave and mini fridge with complementary soft-drinks. Two plush cozy robes are also provided. A queen size sleeper sofa allows this room to sleep up to four. A gas fireplace adds a touch of warmth and is perfect for romantic evenings. Seasonal flowers compliment the room which has an unsurpassed view of the Palouse and Moscow. We will provide you with everything you need to enjoy a tranquil and relaxing stay. While you will most likely be mesmerized by the view of rural Idaho unfolding at your feet, table games and books are available for your enjoyment.
Our second room, the Forest View bedroom has an antique four poster full bed, matching vanity and bureau, and a private bath with a full bath tub. This light and airy room looks out into our forest. Enjoy a good book or watch the wildlife right outside your windows.
Both our rooms enjoy access to our common area (dinning room, family room with big screen TV, and courtyard patio.) Free wireless internet is provided and we receive a very good cell signal. Both our rooms have a hair dryer and personal cleansing products.
An iron and ironing board are available on request and laundry facilities are available for stays of four days or more.
For the enjoyment of all our guests the house is smoke free.
We offer special packages to celebrate special times in your life such as anniversaries and honeymoons.
Paradise View Location
Paradise View Location
Paradise View Bed and Breakfast is ten minutes from Moscow and twenty minutes from Pullman. We are located just five miles north of downtown Moscow on the shoulder of Moscow Mountain. From downtown Moscow head north on US 95 for 4.6 miles, turning right on Lewis Rd at the base of Moscow Mountain and just as the passing lane starts. Go .2 miles on Lewis Rd making your first left onto Nearing Road. Go a little over one mile, bearing to your left at the fork for Saddle Ridge and Nearing Rd. Turn left on Joyce Rd where you see all the mailboxes. Continue on Joyce Rd, and we are a little over half a mile up. Make a sharp left at the end of Joyce Rd.
Note to motorcyclists. The road from Moscow to Joyce Rd is paved. Joyce Rd is graded, compacted gravel. From the end of pavement to the top of our driveway is just under .7 miles of graded compacted gravel with about a 500 foot elevation gain. and one hair pin turn. We have had motorcyclists stay with us and they report the ride up was manageable.