Artist/Writers Retreat

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 3

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 3

Type: House

Artist/Writers Retreat

Enjoy the luxury of a fully furnished home adorned by a beautiful flower garden in the heart of Wyoming. A new queen-size Sealy Posturepedic bed, along with 500 count linens, wireless internet, flat screen satellite television, and plenty of parking space are just some of the amenities that make this place a great getaway for a romantic weekend, honeymoon, or for singles, a month long stay. Pets are welcome.

About the owner

Mark & V.

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Artist/Writers Retreat
Thermopolis, Wyoming
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Thermopolis is a small, historic Wyoming town situated at the base of three mountain ranges, and which boasts the World's Largest Hot Springs. There are three hot spring pools and spas in the nearby State Park, one of which is free to the public. The Owl Creek Mountains, Copper Mountains, and Big Horn Mountains surround the town, while the Wind River cuts through the spectacular Wind River Canyon just south of town. As a result, there are rafting, fishing, biking, and hiking areas in the immediate vicinity. Just outside of town is the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, which showcases dinosaur skeletons and fossils found in the surrounding Big Horn Basin -- which at one time was a regular "Jurassic Park" for dinosaurs. Every year there is a trail ride from Thermopolis to the "Hole-in-the-Wall" country of the southern Big Horn Mountains in remembrance of the famous outlaw, Butch Cassidy, who spent many a night gambling in the town's saloons. Butch actually had a ranch in the Copper Mountains, about a day's horseback ride from Thermopolis. Today, in about an hour and a half car drive northwest of Thermopolis is the town of Cody, founded by Buffalo Bill himself, which boasts the "Smithsonian of the Old West" -- the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, with its five museums dedicated to the Old West, its native peoples, cowboy culture, firearms, fine art, natural history, and to the natural treasures of the area. Cody is also known as the "Rodeo Capitol of the World" with a rodeo every night from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Just an hour from Cody, and two and a half hours from Thermopolis, is Yellowstone National Park. The country surrounding Thermopolis is an outdoors-man's and/or woman's paradise.

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