|Minimum Stay||3 - 4 nights|
DESCRIPTION OF RENTALS:
THE TIE HACK CABIN (1 br/1 bath – sleeps 2- 4):
Cabin from Dubois' area tiehack history! This historic Tie Hack Cabin was moved from the mountains many years ago and preserved. The cabin has been recently decorated with a western theme and is ready to accommodate you! Upon entering the foyer/mudroom, one walks into a Living room TV & Computer area A cozy area with tan leather love seat The bedroom and generous closet are a quiet reprieve and the deer are at your window. Both bedroom & den/living room have T.V.'s with satellite service, telephone & wireless service for your personal computers. A small library is located in the cabin's sun & reading room with a nice collection of western books & board games for the visitors' enjoyment. In front of the cabin is an outdoor sitting area underneath century old cottonwood trees. Just down a stone path and only a hop, skip & a jump from the cabin is Horse Creek where guests can enjoy the large deck, rocking chairs, swing & firepit overlooking the creek.
THE TIN HOUSE (1 br/1 bath – sleeps 2 to 4):
The Tin House is a Teton Mobile Home decorated in western themes. The Tin House has a large living area & small dining table, full kitchen (toaster oven instead of stove/range), bath & bedroom with double bed. The living room has satellite t.v. No phone located in Tin House, but cell phones work great in this location. There is a large deck just out the back door of the Tin House which looks out over Horse Creek. Rocking chairs & a wrought iron table with four chairs are located on the deck. There is a swing & fire pit beside the creek.
The Tin House can be rented as an extension rental from the Tie Hack Cabin during the high season, May-Sept. The Tie Hack Cabin & Tin House are located only 1 block from historic downtown Dubois and are within walking distance to adorable shops and delicious restaurants. Close to all outdoor recreational destinations -- including Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Parks!
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High Season (May-September): The Tin House can be rented as an extension rental from the Tie Hack Cabin during the high season, guests renting the cabin will have the amenities of the creek, deck, rocking chairs and swing off The Tin House. Perfect for 2 couples or 2 couples with children.
The Tie Hack Cabin (sleeps 2-4): $95/night or $595/wk
The Tie Hack Cabin + The Tin House (Sleeps 6): $140/night or $795/week
Cleaning Fee: $75 for Tie Hack Cabin
$100 for Tie Hack Cabin + Tin House
Low Season (October-April):
The Tie Hack Cabin (sleeps 2-4): $75/night or $450/week
The Tin House (Sleeps 2): $45/night or $290/week
The Tie Hack Cabin + Tin House (Sleeps 6): $650/week
Cleaning Fee: $75 for Tie Hack Cabin
$50 for Tin House
$100 for both Tie Hack Cabin & Tin House
Lodging Tax: A 9% Lodging Tax will be added to all rentals
PETS: Dog friendly. No puppies or cats. 2 dog limit in each rental. $50 non-refundable deposit on each dog. Weight Limit. PLEASE CHECK WITH US REGARDING PETS!!
Keywords: 1 br/1 bath Cabin &
1 br/1 bath Tin House
I am a lifetime Real Estate Broker, Builder. Recreation and love of the Northwest brought me to Wyoming 13 years ago. My company is Wyoming Mountain Properties specializing in Ranches & Recreational Properties along with Vacation rentals. Hospitality and sharing the Northwest with our guests is very special.
Fred Goffstein purchased this cabin in 2002
You will find the Tiehack cabin adorable just right for a single person or couple & some guests bring their children..Great spot to travel Yellowstone & Tetons and our area is even MORE SPECIAL..Lots of secret places to share with our guests.
The Tinhouse on the grounds provides an additional extention for guests and sleeps 4.
Fully furnished and one of the best buys in the region.
Thank you so much for the wonderful stay here at this quaint little cabin off the beaten path. It was lovely to relax and so peaceful and quiet. We had a wonderful time here. It was wonderful to have a fully furnished kitchen and the decorations are so unique and makes it feel so cozy. We took the trip to see the sheep and it was beautiful. We also saw elk, deer and a moose. Thanks for the great hospitality. This place really fit our budget which we were so grateful for. Our 1 year anniversary was great thanks to this little place.
While driving to the cabin I got a terrible toothache and sent Fred the owner an email about a dentist. He came back quickly with a recommendation, who saw me right away, and saved the trip from that pain. I say this only to tell about how helpful and attentive Fred is.
But the best, aside from nature’s beauty, is the way the cabin is outfitted. Everything you need! But it is decorated with so many unique photos, art, and artifacts that all reflect the culture and history of the locale, down to the moose decorated shower curtain. The books, the art, and artifacts show a love and respect for that culture and history, and make the cabin a really unique and wonderful place to stay. We enjoyed coming back to it every night.
HUGELY disappointed! Old water rings on the end table, sticky dust by the TV, dead bugs in the bedroom, cobwebs hanging from the ceiling in the bathroom, open food containers in the fridge, the pillows were literally brown with age and who knows what else. Just yuck. The only bed was arranged awkwardly, pushed against the wall so my husband had to get in bed first and scoot over. Read the fine print. At first glance it says it is air conditioned, but if you click on it, it says air conditioned by nature. Note to author: that means there is no air conditioning! Wild fires made practical accessibility impossible. The owner verbally agreed to a refund for the days we couldn't stay, then reneged and didn't answer my inquiries when we got home. Wifi didn't really work either. The home was hard to find. I had to call the owner to get the address/directions, but there was no address on the house that was visible. We had to go by the pictures, which was hard considering we got in very late. Honestly, if it hadn't been the middle of the night when we finally got there, I would have left and found somewhere else to stay. It was that gross. If I could give it zero stars, I would.
This was the first time I used Home Away and I'm really hesitant to use it again. Extremely disappointed.
Perfect place to go and explore from. My family had a wonderful stay. Dubois is the cutest town and the people are so friendly!!!!!!
1 hour 30 mins drive from south entrance of yellow stone
Overall great experience
Loved the area and the owner Fred stopped by to check in! We had a good stay, nice shops and restaurants in Dubois. A bit of a drive to the national parks, but we booked late so we got lucky to get something in Dubois.
This is a great little rustic cabin, built around 1935. It's in a perfect location for walking into the fun, quirky town of Dubois and an easy drive to the magnificent Grand Tetons. The creek-side deck is perfect for morning coffee, afternoon drinks, or an evening BBQ. The Wi-Fi and TV work great but need updated instructions. The cabin could use some refreshing in the kitchen such as mugs that aren't chipped and chairs that aren't wobbly but all in all it's well-equipped, clean, and cozy. Fred was very responsive.
The majority of these activities are located in the immediate area.
Excellent Rockhounding in the Wind River Mtns. & Absaroka Mtns. surrounding Dubois -- especially petrified wood.
|Cleaning Fee||£61 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||£41 + Tax|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£203|
When needing extra room for your vacation you can also rent the Tinhouse, which is on the same property as the Tiehack for $140 a night and $795 a week for both properties. The cleaning fee for both houses is $100.