The Syringa Lodge is located on a bluff overlooking the town of Salmon, Idaho as well as the Salmon River, and has as unobstructed panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. The lodge is built of large spruce logs on 19 acres of an old homestead and the entire lodge has recently been renovated and redecorated.
Dave and Paula Tomlinson moved to Salmon from Tupelo, Mississippi in 2004 to become the new owners/hosts of the lodge. Dave is retired from the U.S. National Park Service and Paula is a former mathematics instructor at the University of Mississippi. They have added a bit of southern hospitality and charm to the lodge.
While at the Syringa Lodge, you may enjoy the views from your room or any one of the six porches, or watch the herd of deer graze in our pasture. Each bedroom is uniquely decorated and has a king or queen sized bed and a private bath. Lounge in front of the great room fireplace with its seven foot, beautifully carved pine mantle and enjoy a home-cooked breakfast in the dining room or on the sun porch. Sip your coffee in the library as you watch the sunset light up the snowcapped Bitterroot Mountains. The town of Salmon lies only a short mile way for you to visit as well.
The Syringa Lodge also offers both high-speed and wireless internet connections for your convenience.