This is a gas station with hot springs.
When I stayed at the motel, I had a private outdoor tub with the room.
All rooms have thermal water
Haven Hot Springs is located in the mountains within walking distance to Kirkham Hot Springs, one of Idaho's most famous wild springs.
Reference:Kirkham Hot Springs - Hot Springs in Idaho
Kirkham Hot Springs is a landmark of sorts among Idaho's many wild hot springs. Here, environmental destruction due to excessive popular concentration is a problem. Mountainside pools Of the large number of undeveloped hot springs scattered throughout the mountains north ...
A gas station was attached to the building and was well visible.
It seemed to be a valuable refueling location in the neighborhood.
Cafes, restaurants, and stores were also available.
There was also a campground, RV park, and glamping.
A short distance away, there was a small motel with a total of four rooms.
The warmth of wood could be felt on the exterior.
The room was small but functional with a refrigerator and microwave attached.
From an odd spot in the restroom, I was able to exit onto the private patio.
All rooms had patios of approximately the same size.
Here, there was a private pool with thermal water drawn from natural hot springs.
Room 2, where I stayed, had an octagonal tub.
It was small enough to just barely fit two people.
Tiles were attached to the inside of the tub.
Handmade and delicate pattern.
The water temp at the outlet was hot 129 degrees F.
There was a water hose to add water, but I did not use it.
In the first place, the amount of new water was small considerably, so a little stirring brought the tub to the right temperature.
It was very satisfying to be able to enjoy the tasteless and odorless water in a private space.
Room 1 next door had a two-person rectangular tub.
Room 3 had a one-person rectangular tub.
The same was true for Room 4.
Too big private pool
There was a hot spring pool along the mountainside of the facility.
This historic pool, built in 1951, was available for private use.
$10.00 per person for one hour (as of this writing).
It was a huge pool, 30 feet wide and 75 feet long.
I thought it was interesting that they dared to rent out such a large pool instead of shared it.
The interior was divided into two sections.
There was a hot water outlet on the small side of the changing room side, and the water temp was 104 degrees F.
The temperature on the large side was a lukewarm 97 degrees F.
Not only was the motel in an ideal location as a base for visiting Kirkham Hot Springs and other nearby natural hot springs, but it was also a highly satisfying place to stay and soak in its geothermal water.