This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Sun Valley Area reviews
"The condo was furnished with very nice amenities to make one feel extremely comfortable and at home. The brick and wood finishes were carried out masterfully and leaves you with a feeling of cozy opulence. The home was bright and dynamic, yet calming at the same time. I especially enjoyed the view from the master bedroom, and looking out the living room window at the creek and neighbor dogs play in the snow filled back yard on my unexpected extra day. The owner was very kind and really helped to share all of the to do's of Sun Valley. The skiing was fabulous at both Dollar and Bald Mountains. The location of the condo was superb and extremely close within walking distance, to downtown Ketchum and the buses were very timely. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and will return soon."Guest: Roxane M. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 6, 2014View listing
"The condo was a perfect set-up and in a fabulous location. There are bike paths for miles. It is also close to the free bus as well. The community pools were great too! We loved it so much that we extended our stay! Thank you!"Guest: Nicki M. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
"We had a great time staying in this wonderful townhouse. It is very well maintained and very very clean. The kitchen is extremely well furnished - could not think of anything to add. We are a family of four and it fit us perfectly... We will stay there again and the owner was great to work with."Guest: George P. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 6, 2014View listing
"We had a great stay this past weekend for our annual fall weekend in Sun Valley. The house worked out great for our large group with a big hot tub, big living room, big game room, big back yard and plenty of beds for the whole bunch. We will definitely look into staying here again next year!"Guest: Nick Crawford Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 6, 2014View listing
Sun Valley Area Travel Tips
Sun Valley, Idaho for Fun in the Sun and Snow
Sun Valley, in Blaine County, Idaho, is known as the "Grand Dame" of ski resorts. The name Sun Valley is used to describe the resort itself and the region generally--the valley area south of Hailey and the city of Ketchum. To get to Sun Valley travel could not be easier. Just 2.5 hours drive through scenic vistas from the major airport at Boise, the area is also served by Friedman Memorial Airport which is less than 15 miles away. By road, the Sun Valley is easily accessible from Interstate 85 and State Highway 75 running through the region. Famous for its great ski conditions, the weather goes from the 20s Fahrenheit in winter to the high 60s Fahrenheit in summer.
Find the Perfect Snow in Sun Valley, Idaho
With over 250 days of sun per year, you may believe that it is not an ideal ski location but you would be wrong. The days may be glorious and sunny but the nights bring the snow and each morning, the snow conditions are fabulous. More advanced skiers head to Bald Mountain, affectionately known as "Baldy," for its challenging conditions. It has a variety of constant-pitch terrain of assorted difficulty levels, a 3,400-foot (1,036 m) vertical drop and little wind. Among serious skiers, Baldy is reputed to be the best mountain in the world. Beginners and intermediate skiers will find the treeless Dollar Mountain perfect for developing their skills and learning. With Sun Valley vacation rentals available close to both mountains, visitors will find the perfect property for their individual needs.
For winter visitors who enjoy fishing, there is an opportunity to try the challenges of ice fishing at several rivers and lakes.
Don’t Miss the Spectacular Sun in Sun Valley’s Summer
When the snow melts and the temperatures climb, Sun Valley is rapidly gaining popularity as an ideal outdoor location for family fun. The Sawtooth National Forest has a variety of recreational activities to suit everyone. Much of the forest is primitive and undeveloped wilderness, great for exploring and getting back to nature. It is also an archeological area with almost 1,500 heritage sites to discover. It offers a great opportunity to learn about the area and its archeology, and understand the importance of the natural environment. The area has a wealth of hiking and backpacking trails, horseback riding, mountain biking, trail biking, and both lake and river fishing.
There is no better way to get a feel for how the original settlers and inhabitants explored the area than on horseback. The area has some spectacular riding trails, one of the best of which is Cold Canyon. It is a scenic ride, best seen in late summer and early fall when the fall colors are in their prime. Many of these trails are closed to motorized vehicles, making for safe, scenic, peaceful rides.
The fishing season starts in May, usually on Memorial Day, and licenses can be obtained at local stores. The main fishing areas include Big Wood River, the North and Mile Fork of the Boise River, and part of the Payette River. Species in abundance in the rivers include several varieties of trout, such as rainbow, golden, brook and cutthroat. The best early season fishing is at the Salmon River Drainage.
Why Choose Sun Valley Lodging?
With Sun Valley vacation rentals situated in a variety of locations across the region, you will find the perfect property for any requirement. Whether you're a couple looking for secluded skiing and romantic evenings, a family looking for accommodation with plenty to occupy the youngsters, or a group of friends looking to satisfy a variety of conflicting needs, there is an ideal home just waiting for you.