At The Haight Home Bed & Breakfast take a journey into the past and enjoy this historic Victorian beauty and get away from it all. The Haight home in Oakley, Idaho was built by Hector C. Haight, father of Elder David B. Haight of the Quorum of the Twelve, in 1895. The home is currently on the National Historic Registry. If you’re looking for high quality and personal service, you have come to the right place. At The Haight Home Bed & Breakfast you'll enjoy relaxation and comfort as you travel back in time with period furniture and historic memories. The Haight Home Bed & Breakfast opened it's doors in July of 2012. Come and get away and stay with us today!
- House3778 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum StayNone
3 Bedroom, 3 bath, sleeps 9 w/ LDS Church History and Antique/Period Furniture
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- Jun 20, 2018
About April Keisel
Hi! My name is April Keisel. I am the current manager of the Haight Home Bed and Breakfast. I live in Oakley with my husband and 4 children. I love the outdoors, gardening, cooking, the Oakley valley, and meeting the great guests that stay with us. The owners of the home are Mark & Jeanette Babbitt. Mark grew up here in Oakley and is a local farmer and Janette is a nurse for Cassia Regional Hospital in the ICU in Burley, ID.
April Keisel purchased this House in 2012
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
What a wonderful stay!
This B&B is every bit as lovely as the picture. We particularly liked the spacious, modern shower next to the antique pedestal bathtub. Amie was a gracious, flexible hostess who fed us an enormous breakfast perfectly suited to our dietary needs. My only regret is that we did not have enough time to merely hang out and enjoy the home. (There were plenty of nooks in which to do so. Alas!)
Our family stayed there and it was very nice.
The city was named for William Oakley, the proprietor of a 19th-century stagecoach station located at a spring currently located about 2 miles west of the present townsite known as Oakley Meadows. David B. Haight, former member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was born in Oakley. The small hamlet has served as home to a surprising number of famous Americans. The former governors of Utah and Massachusetts, Mitt Romney can trace their stock to Oakley. Jon Huntsman of Utah is the grandson of David B. Haight, above, and Mitt Romney, of Massachusetts is the son of another famous Oakley-ite, George Romney. Yet another Oakley Romney, Marion G. Romney, was a Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Oakley is also rich in old west lore, such as the tale of Diamondfield Jack, and another story of intrigue, the story of Gobo Fango. This town of less than 800 people has turned out leaders in politics, business, and entertainment. The town is also home to current Idaho's Assistant House Majority Leader Scott Bedke. Oakley has become recognized world-wide for its Middle Mountain quarries of Rocky Mountain quartzite building stone known as Oakley Stone. Quarry operators ship out thousand of tons a month to locations around the globe. Today, many people remark that Oakley is the very last 'Mayberry' left in America, and frequently visited for its Victorian homes.