If you want to get away from the city center, consider this tiny house located 60 miles from Yellowstone National Park.
This is a tiny house that can be preferred not only because of its proximity to the national park but also to Big Sky or Bridger Bowl, ski resorts, Gallatin, and Madison River.
A unique holiday opportunity awaits you, where you can do many activities such as five mountain views, a 2.5-mile track, as well as many other hiking trails of various sizes, swimming, and fishing.
Recycled materials were used in its construction.
In fact, we can call the house built a single room, a tiny cottage, or a studio. Single storey decorated warm and useful. Rustic and contemporary lines were used in its decoration.
All the timber used in its construction was obtained from recycling. Exactly as one would expect from this tiny house in the middle of natural life.
All the items you may need are available in the tiny house.
The wood stove, decorative single armchairs, long dining table, and chairs in the studio are ideal for weekend getaways in cold winter months.
You don’t just relax in your big and comfortable bed. When you open the wooden French doors, you wake up to the unique nature view you will encounter.
Everything you may need in the bathroom is available, as well as organic shampoo, soap, and lotions are sweet details where we can pamper you.
In the kitchen, you have all the utensils to prepare a nice meal. Organic and locally roasted coffee and herbal teas, organic seasonings, and spices are also available.
Nature is hypnotizing when you walk out the door.
You can communicate with cranes, deer, owls, and eagles during this holiday where you will be intertwined with natural life. You will be able to fish for trout in the surrounding rivers during the right current periods and swim easily in suitable seasons.
You can go on quiet nature walks in the forests covered with fir trees.
The surroundings of the studio as well as its interior are beautifully designed. When you say tables and chairs placed at the entrance, paths created by paving stones, colorful flower pots, and bells, this garden directly in nature blows your mind. It allows you to spend calm and pleasant evenings under the star-filled sky around the fire.
Hosts are very involved
The proximity of the homes of the hosts, Mary and Ken, is also an important factor in meeting their needs quickly. Mary and Ken are very nice hosts.
Think about this tiny house near Bozeman, where anyone who wants to spend a quiet, peaceful few days can stay every season.
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