Close to the city center, restaurants, and our glass blowing studio, Jackson Hole, Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks. Historic granary converted by artists into a beautifully appointed and comfortable home.
Lots of space to stretch out and relax or prepare for an adventure. Former granary converted into an artistic and comfortable home. Two bedrooms each with a queen bed and another room with a foldout futon couch. Full kitchen, separate dining room and cozy downstairs sitting room. The place is decorated with interesting art throughout.
The bathrooms are accessed through the common spaces, not connected directly to the bedrooms.
Everything is accessible except we may have some stuff stored in the back storage area.
We are very happy to help you in any way.
Please note: 6 people can stay, but the third bed is not that large. It will not be that comfortable for 6 adults unless two people are ok with having the smaller bed. It is not allowed for the 6th person to sleep on the downstairs couch. It is too short and not built to be a bed. Additionally note that there is only one bathroom that has a shower. (the second bath is a sink and a toilet only)
Please read all the information we provide upon your arrival. We created this unique living space and lived here for over 25 years. Please enjoy and care for it well. House Rules:
No Drones!! We are near the airport and it is illegal here.
Make sure the shower curtain is inside the tub when showering and the exhaust fan is on.
When you leave for the day, please close all windows. We get thunderstorms....and our floors can be damaged from water.
No extra overnight guests or party events held in the house.
Please be quiet, low impact and respectful in the neighborhood. This is a residential neighborhood
Please do not drag furniture or sharp luggage across the hardwood floors.
Use coasters under your drinks on nicer furniture.
Please wipe up any spills and clean up after you cook.
Please leave skis in the front mudroom and boots in the boot trays.
Do not leave food or unwashed dishes out. This will attract insects and potentially mice.
No eating in rooms other than the kitchen and dining room.
Put Recyclables in the milk crate under the sink. Let us know if it fills up and needs to be emptied.
If you generate a lot of garbage, you may tie your bag up and put it in the large garbage can in your back mud room or the one that is out back by our garage. There are new garbage bags under the sink.
Mary and Ralph are artists, glassblowers and more. Look for our company (Heron Glass) on the web to find out more about our artwork. We also like to hike, raft, ski and meet new people.