Sutherland’s Crest

Built in 1907 by one of Shoshone County’s most controversial Sheriff’s, Sutherland’s Crest is sure to spark your imagination and take you back in time to the wild west.

Sutherland’s Crest

Celebrating its 115ᵗʰ birthday this year, Sutherland’s Crest is a Historic Renovation in progress – help support this effort to restore one of Wallace’s grandest houses to its former glory. Stay with us and watch the home evolve!

Sutherland’s Crest

Located in the county seat of Wallace, the home offers quick access to a wide variety of activities and adventures. Dining, drinking, skiing, biking, sight-seeing, hiking and historical adventuring are all just minutes away. Check out our “Things to Do” and “Local History” pages to learn more about the countless adventures that await!

Welcome to Sutherland’s Crest

We invite you to explore our historic home as it is lovingly restored to its original grandeur in our charming community of Wallace, Idaho — America’s last town entirely listed on the National Register of Historic Places!

Rich in History

Originally built in 1907 by famed lawman, Angus Sutherland, and later owned by Shoshone County Legislator Dorothy McCann and her husband Eugene, Sutherland’s Crest has been home to the Silver Valley’s most interesting residents

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Endless Adventures Abound!

The bounty of North Idaho is right outside our door! Whether you’re wining, dining, drinking, skiing, biking, hiking, sightseeing, or exploring historical adventures, they are all mere minutes away.



Sutherland’s Crest offers two luxurious bedrooms furnished with unique, historical pieces to take you back in time. 


Click the link below to go to our booking site and arrange your stay at Sutherland’s Crest.

Local Attractions

Minutes away from many amazing adventures – click the link below to learn about some of the adventures the area has to offer.


The Main Floor

Preserved in the Craftsman style, the house features the original patterned leaded glass windows, locally-sourced hardwood floors, and additional ornate details characteristic of the signature architecture of the 1907 construction.

Relax on the spacious covered front porch with a cool beverage or around the gas fireplace after a day of adventures, and soak in the views of historic Wallace.

The gracious living room offers a flat screen television with Wi-Fi, streaming services, and seating for six.

The attached formal dining room seats eight at the historic mahogany table with fine china and flatware service in the matching sideboard buffet cabinet.

The main floor offers access to the kitchen stocked with all the comforts of home: pots, pans, utensils, glassware, and the all-important coffee pot and tea kettle!

When fully booked, the house sleeps up to eight. Additional bedding is available for extra guests. Please let us know upon reservation if booking for entire family or special event. We are more than happy to accommodate large groups!

The Davenport Room

The master bedroom of Sutherland’s Crest, The Davenport Room features a canopy bedroom set originally purchased from The Historic Davenport Hotel in Downtown Spokane, Washington. The Davenport room is decorated in sumptuous spring green and gold, a nod to the classic Victorian era of the home, and the walls are adorned with original oil paintings purchased directly in Paris, France.

The custom king size memory foam bed ensures a sound night’s sleep, no matter how restless your partner, and is made up with Egyptian cotton sheets and an electric blanket for those cold winter nights.

Each room is equipped with extra pillows, white noise machine, fan, Keurig coffee maker, bottled water, a selection of k-cups and tea bags, and a full-size walk-in closet to make your stay more enjoyable.

The Red Room

The front bedroom of Sutherland’s Crest overlooks the historic City of Wallace with a one-of-a-kind 115-year-old view through original double-hung leaded glass windows. Decorated in the Victorian Gothic tradition with a four-poster queen bed, electric fireplace, and grand bookshelf that was formerly owned by Academy-Award-winning actress Patty Duke, who was once married to a Wallace native, Michael Pearce.

Each room is equipped with extra pillows, white noise machine, fan, Keurig coffee maker, bottled water, a selection of k-cups and tea bags, and a full-size walk-in closet to make your stay more enjoyable.

The Red Room is the perfect place for a writer’s retreat with an antique desk and chair tucked away under the eaves, purchased at the famous Wallace Labor Day Flea Market! See more weekend activities here.