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Thousand Springs Winery Bed and Breakfast

Located just south of Hagerman, Idaho on the scenic Thousand Springs Byway, our bed and breakfast, winery and vineyard are waiting for you with gorgeous canyon waterfall views. A quick getaway from either Boise or Twin Falls, Thousand Springs Winery Bed and Breakfast will give you enjoyment of the Snake River, its wildlife and gracious country living.

For Birdwatchers: Our location has prime viewing opportunities year-round for all wildlife on the Snake River. Summer breeding, 100,000+ birds Wintering over, and Spring & Fall migrations.

For Fishermen: With a two-night reservation, moor your boat directly in front of the House at our dock. See our Fisherman’s package for more details.

For Stargazers: Hagerman has over 240 days of sunshine per year which makes perfect nights for stargazing. No city or streetlights to interfere with your viewing. A telescope is available for your use.

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