The Ashley Inn-Homestyle Elegance in the Idaho Mountains

The mountains of west central Idaho loom above Lake Cascade as the Payette River tumbles its way through the valley. The town of Cascade sits in the center of a scenic recreational playground that offers plenty to see and do in any season. This is the picturesque setting for the Ashley Inn.

With plush furnishings, stylish lighting and panoramic views, the Ashley Inn offers a warm, sophisticated ambience in an idyllic setting. The Ashley offers meeting planners a variety of options for a productive conference, a fun retreat or an elegant occasion.

Four meeting rooms, smartly furnished and complete with state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, are suitable for groups as large as 180. With views across the valley to the nearby West Mountains, the light-filled Roseberry Room holds 25 and is perfect for a planning meeting or corporate retreat. The Cascade Room seats up to 75 theater-style. It opens onto the outdoor deck that is ideal for an afternoon break or warm-weather lunch. The Tamarack Room is the largest room. With mountain views from the tall windows and comfortable furnishings, it will accommodate 180 attendees for meetings, conferences or banquets.

The Inn’s 67 rooms and suites offer luxury accommodations for overnight stayss and free parking is available on site. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the facility. The Ashley offers catering services for any occasion.

Teambuilding and post-conference activities in the area include whitewater rafting, golf, free kayak and canoe use on Cascade Lake, mountain biking and superb skiing during the winter months. The nearby Gold Fork Natural Hot Springs offers a relaxing, end-of the-day respite. Whether it is an elk-feeding sleigh ride in winter or a tour of the forest canopy by zip line, there are many interesting diversions available in the region.

Located 75 miles north of Boise, Ashley Inn offers meeting and event attendees the opportunity to get away from their daily routine without traveling too far. The area has much to see and do throughout the year.