Osprey Inn Bed and Breakfast

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About the Osprey Inn

The Osprey Inn has lent its structure to a variety of uses. The original structure was built in 1915 as a boarding house for workers at the Russell/Pugh Lumber Export mill. In 1917, a fast-moving fire burned the entire town of Harrison to the ground, within a block of the boarding house. In the late 20’s through early 30’s the former boarding house served as the Harrison town hospital, still later a doctor purchased the house and ran his practice from his home and, in 1986 the lower level was made into apartments. Finally, in 1990, the home was restored to its full glory and became the Osprey Inn Bed and Breakfast.

About the Owner

Sherry Moncrieff is the proud owner and proprietress of the Osprey Inn. Sherry’s dream of owning and operating a Bed & Breakfast is a dream comes true. She is known for her outgoing personality, culinary skills and decorating talent which makes her the perfect person to run the Osprey.

Sherry is so very happy to be a resident of the Inland Pacific Northwest. She is a California native and thanks California for the financial business opportunities which afforded her the opportunity to purchase the Inn in 2015. After a long career in the employee benefit field, she found the hectic pace of So. California to no longer fit her spiritual needs and moved to Northern Idaho She is extremely happy to be pursuing her dream to own a Bed & Breakfast.

Sherry and her “fur baby” family are excited to have you staying with them at their new home and look forward to seeing how they can be of service to you during your stay.

My Four-Footed Children

Sherry is an animal lover and her four-footed fur children reside at the Osprey Inn too. Gideon, Sarah, Skittles and Shelby live in the private living quarters and are not allowed to venture into the guest rooms or hospitality areas at the Osprey, but potential guests with allergies should consider this before booking.


From Spokane Washington, the town of Harrison, Idaho is approximately 70 miles. Please plan on 90 minutes driving time. Go East on I-90 crossing into Idaho. Travel through Coeur d’Alene, and then approximately 7 miles, take exit 22-which is Hwy 97. Turn right and follow Hwy 97 along the beautiful scenic road along the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene to Harrison.