À propos de ce logement
This listing is for a bed in a 6-bed mixed shared dorm room that you will share with other travelers. We provide various foods such as fruit, bread, eggs, oatmeal, cereal, milk, yogurt, coffee, etc. if you want to prepare your own breakfast. Please read the House Rules & ALL info in this listing before booking and look at the photos so you'll know exactly what to expect.
We are located in the country 4 miles from Driggs so you'll need to have a car.
Please note: No smoking or alcohol allowed!
Important, please read! This bed is in a mixed shared bunk room with a total of 6 beds (3 sets of bunk beds). Mixed means there may be both men and women in the room together. You will share two bathrooms with other guests in the house. (Beginning in May we will have a Female Only Shared Dorm Room.)
Accès des voyageurs
Our beautiful lodge style log home is situated on 13 1/2 acres mostly hidden from all other homes and surrounded by farmland. The home has many covered porches and a patio with tables and a barbeque grill. Guests can mingle in the TV/game room to watch TV and play pool and ping pong. Guests can relax in the great room and enjoy the warmth of the fire & the beautiful view of the mountains. Guests are also welcome to use the kitchen to prepare meals. A fridge is provided for your use.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I live in the home so will be reasonably available. I enjoy visiting. :)
I have free coffee/tea, apple cider and hot chocolate but please limit yourself to 1 Keurig cup or 2 packets. If you want more it will be $1 for each extra Keurig cup and 25 cents for packets of tea, apple cider and hot chocolate.
I offer foods you can prepare for breakfast if you like such as eggs, toast, bagels and cream cheese, fruit, cold cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, etc. Please do not take extra food with you for your lunch. If you want to take a lunch we can negotiate a fair price.
You can do laundry here in the afternoon or evenings (before 9 PM). It will be $2 per load. If you use your own soap it must be HE type soap.
Before booking it is important to read ALL the hostel rules below as you will be expected to abide by them. This will make the stay for everyone more enjoyable.
No Alcohol, Smoking, Drugs, Vulgar Language
(If you want to party this is not the place for you!)
*Using such substances and or improper conduct will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave immediately without a refund.
No Pets Allowed
We do have a sweet Great Dane named Dirk here but we cannot accommodate any other pets. Dirk is not allowed in the bedrooms or kitchen and dining room.
Please Be Considerate and Respectful of Others
This is my home that I am happy to share with guests but please be respectful of it and fellow guests by being quiet and cleanly.
Quiet time is between 11 PM and 7 AM
Guests are asked to refrain from any noisy activities during these hours.
Please Clean and Pick Up After Yourselves - I Am Not Your Mother! : )
You share the house with many others so please keep it nice for everyone. Clean up after yourselves in the kitchen, bathrooms, common areas and shared rooms.
I know, I sound like a mom! haha
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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I grew up in this valley then left for over 25 years. In 2006 we bought 13 acres of the family farm that's been in the family for over 100 years and built my dream log home out in the hay field. Now that my 4 sons are grown I want to share my big beautiful home with others. Here's my main motivation for this.
The day after Thanksgiving 2013 I left on what was to be a 6 week Asia tour. After spending Christmas with my friends in Hong Kong I was to go to China but had a problem with my Visa so was not able to go. I had heard about the huge typhoon that had devastated parts of the Philippines and decided to spend my last 2 weeks there doing humanitarian work. I ended up staying for 6 months!!! It was the most fulfilling and happiest time of my life and I decided I wanted to do humanitarian work the rest of my life. So I decided to rent rooms out in my home to fund my humanitarian work. (During the months of June, July and August I also have an older home in Driggs that I rent rooms out in.) I will close down or have someone run the hostel for me during the slower months of April-May and October-November to travel and do humanitarian work somewhere in the world.
I love this beautiful valley and enjoy backpacking, hiking, biking, horse riding, canoeing, and cross country skiing here. My most favorite activity is scuba diving! Unfortunately I don't get to do it very often. I also play softball, volleyball and basketball.
I am very much a people person and am looking forward to meeting wonderful people from around the world.