Southern Idaho’s Newest and most Unique Airbnb: Idaho Flower Pot
The Magic Valley community wants you to have a blooming good time; whether that is planting your roots by the fire pit, soaking in Idaho sunsets, or exploring what life in a small farming town feels like – the Idaho Flower Pot is your place! Airbnb booking link: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1016745824098456942?source_impression_id=p3_1706195549_ykIzLIqFz5x4cncT
The Flower Pot was one of the 100 winners of the Airbnb OMG Fund. It is located just south of the town Burley which is located off of I84. The sleeping loft is accessed by the spiral staircase and has a queen size memory foam mattress, plush linens, and even a record player featuring some of the artists we listened to while building the flower pot. Downstairs you’ll find a kitchenette with a two burner induction cooktop and everything you need for cooking a small meal.In the bathroom you’ll find plush towels, a couple robes, hairdryer, and rainfall shower. Shampoo, conditioner and body wash included.
The outdoor fire-pit is available for use late spring through late fall. It is closed in the winter month due to snow. If you’re lucky enough during your stay- you might get to see farmers in action as they prep the crops throughout the seasons. Every season provides a different experience! This stay is truly perfect to disconnect, unwind, and have a peaceful stay in a tranquil space.
Other things to note
Burley has a great amount of restaurants to dine at and local businesses to enjoy. Some recommendations include Snake Riverside dining at Morey’s Steakhouse, The Boathouse, Portside Pizza & Pub. Other lovely places to grab a bite are Edith’s Cafe, Edgewater, and Lulu’s for some coffee. Arcadia is a gaming center where the kids can play and experience retro games. Puder’s Pizza and Bowling is a bowling alley where you can enjoy some delicious pizza too! Burley Straw Maze is just a quick drive away from Idaho Flower Pot.
• 36 Minutes to Pomerelle Mountain Resort for amazing skiing and snowboarding
• 50 Minutes to City of Rocks National Reserve for rock climbing, hiking, and sight seeing