Dexter Peak Cabin is located near the base of the mountains on a 25 acre parcel shared with our home but still private. Close to Livingston, Chico Hot Springs, Yellowstone River, waterfalls, hiking and fishing, and 35 minutes to Yellowstone Park.
Cabin is located about 300' north of owner's home. One can see the home from the cabin although the view is sheltered by trees and shrubs and front and side of cabin where one recreates is away from the owner's home.
Cozy, comfy cabin with circle-sawn wood floors, art created by the owner, Amish-made table and chairs with hickory and walnut, gas bbq, washer/dryer, TV with abundance of movies, books, games, guide books, Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy towels, and tasteful extras not normally seen!
Owner manages and cleans cabins herself and strives to please the most discriminating guests!
The loft contains a comfy king bed with room for small children to sleep on sleeping pads too. One can watch TV from bed if desired. Note the ceiling height is about 4-5', not tall enough to stand up. Please look at pictures. If this is a concern, we have two more cabins with bedrooms on the first floor, as well as a fully-self-contained RV. Please inquire about availability. Downstairs is a nice quality full-size futon couch for sleeping (it is firm). Linens, pillows, blankets are available in the chest and laundry cupboard.
The bathroom has a pedestal sink, corner shower with fiberglass walls and a full-size washer/dryer. Large refrigerator, double sink, four burner stove makes cooking meals convenient. Cupboards are stocked with dishes, pots, pans, blenders, coffee pot, crock pot, wine glasses, all paper products and a nice selections of vinegars, oils, staples, seasonings.
Quiet, changing views of the mountains, skies, approaching storms, deer, birds of all kinds. Sparsely populated.
Parking in front of the cabin. Car is necessary.
A dog is welcome for a small fee of $10 per day up to $35 and extra $10-$20 fee for one day stay depending on the season. The stated tariffs do include the 7% State of Montana accommodations tax and cleaning fees, unless the cabin requires cleaning over and above the norm.
Wifi, Adirondack chairs on the lawn, wrought iron table and chairs, fire pit with firewood, horseshoes, propane BBQ. Past guests have left a gift of bear spray for you to use if you like.
Minimal. Greetings and assistance with visiting the area. There are books in the cabin to assist with viewing Yellowstone and the area, and a few are fun for kids to use while going through the park. There also is information in the cabin about restaurants, hikes, and tips about things to do.
Dogs are welcome with an extra $10 per day fee to a maximum of $35 for one week. Longer stays negotiable. Extra $10 charge for one-night stays.
Smoking outside please. Dogs should not be left in cabin unaccompanied. Use sheet provided to cover couch if dog goes on furniture.
Clean dishes and wipe up grease. Wash towels. Strip bed. Put all garbage in waste cans provided. Regarding safety of toddlers. The loft has a railing and a small stairway that may not be safe for toddlers. I have provided two camping mats that unfold to span the distance of the loft. Be sure to ask for it if you have a small child.
Must relax and let nature and views soothe your soul!
从2017年10月01日 - 2017年12月31日起最少住宿2晚。
I love to travel, but also am in love with this beautiful location so near the mountains and Yellowstone Park. Every evening my husband, Gary and I enjoy the changing light in the sky and on the mountains. I am easy-going, enjoy people, desire to do my best at whatever course that might be. It's pleasing to me to provide a place of respite during people's travels. I have travelled all over Europe, a few places in Mexico and Canada! I have a "sleeper" movie that my husband and I always share with our friends, Last of The Dogmen, which features a Montana location and mixes some Native American culture in to an interesting plot. We like country music, much of it connects with my love for classic rock of the '70's. A wonderful musician named Willie K from Hawaii is phenomenal! What a range of talent from Pavarotti to Willie Nelson and Patsy Cline! I love to cook and share good food with friends. A nice glass of wine is always a nice compliment to a good meal! I am from the Seattle area originally which was a very fun place to live! I used to snow ski and sail on Lake Washington, bike and hike a little, play racquetball. Here we hike, enjoy wildlife, snowshoe, and love art. My husband, Gary, is an artist, a painter, and I will be taking time to creative endeavors this winter. I recently retired from the State of Montana where I worked as an appraiser of real estate. Loves in my life, besides people and pets, are real estate, art, travel and a curiosity and enjoyment of other cultures!