Hemmingway Suite 207
From the first time he came in 1939, Ernest Hemingway loved Idaho. An avid hunter and fisherman, he appreciated the vast great outdoors of the state. It was recreational and inspirational to him. Parts of "Islands in the Stream," "The Garden of Eden" and "A Moveable Feast" were written while in the Wood River Valley. Hemingway finished one of his most famous novels, For Whom the Bell Tolls, in Sun Valley Lodge room 206. Hemingway also found solace and anonymity here. He was described as a quiet, reserved man who spent most of his time writing and enjoying Idahos incredible climate and terrain. Enjoy the warmth and inspiration this 807 sq. ft. suite provides. With all the comforts of home, every effort is taken to ensure all your needs are met. Amenities abound in this furnished suite including fully equipped kitchen.
Access to miles of hiking and biking trails, two pools, only 10 miles to Bogus Basin Ski Resort.
King bed, queen bed
48" TV, DVD player, DIRECT TV, Free WiFi access.
Fully equipped kitchen: dishwasher, range, full size refrigerator, microwave, cookware, dinnerware, flatware, coffee maker, toaster and hand mixer.
Full size washer and dryer,detergents for one load (more available for purchase), ironing board and iron.
Private bathroom, shower/tub, extra linens and towels, walk in closet with built in cabinets.
Additional services available upon request and for an additional fee:
Bicycles, crib, cots, special occasion gift baskets, maid service during your stay, in room massages by appointment.
* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options and fees.
Vacation Rental Standard Pricing
Check in: 3:00 pm / Check out: 11:00 am
$50 deposit due at time of reservation. Balance due upon check in. Rates subject to 8% tax. All rates, fees, policies subject to change.
Suite keys may be picked up at The Mercantile during regular working business hours as posted on DryCreekMerc.com. Lost keys are each subject to a $50 fee.