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St. Luke's Heritage House is our newest guest house—and our oldest. Built in 1904 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the former Falk family home was also the home of Idaho Governor Chase Clark, his daughter Bethine Church, and her husband Senator Frank Church.

The house features seven guest rooms with queen-size beds, private or attached bathrooms, and provides a warm, peaceful environment for St. Luke's patients, their families, and other caregivers.

Guests are responsible for their own meals. A well-equipped kitchen is available for cooking, with ample space to store pantry or refrigerator items. We also offer internet access and laundry facilities.

Patients must be under the direct care of a physician to qualify for occupancy at the Heritage House. Guests must be medically stable and able to manage stairs, as our facility is not handicap accessible. Patients and family members must be able to meet their own physical needs or have a family member to stay with them to assist in their care. All guests must be 18 years of age or older.

Transportation is available to and from St. Luke’s Boise, St. Luke's MSTI, and the St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital.

109 W. Idaho Street
Boise, ID 83702

Reservations: call (208) 381-3055 or send us an email (A manager is on duty from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.) 

Rates: Prices for rooms include tax and are subject to change; however, costs are very affordable and are kept as low as possible. 

  • Main House: $39.55/night
  • Carriage House (studio above the garage): $45.20/night

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    St. Luke’s Patients Find Affordable Lodging at Historic Bed and Breakfast