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Mongolian Steppe Guesthouse


Next to the State Department Store
Ulaanbaatar
Mongolia
Phone:  +976-11322100
Fax:  +976-11322100
Mobile:  +976-99162771
Contact: Erdenetsetseg TSERENDASH
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Single Occupant Rate Is: $14
Double Occupant Rate Is: $8 - $25 per person
NB: During Naadam festival, prices will be a little bit higher
Additional Occupant Rate Is: Dorm room $6 per person
Twin Occupant Rate Is: $8 per person
Accepted Payments: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, EuroCard, Euros
Deposit Amount Requested: None
Minimum Stay Is: 1 night
Check In Time Is: At your convenience
Check Out Time Is: At your convenience
Cancellation Policy: Please provide at least 1 week's notice.

We are pleased to invite you to beautiful country of Mongolia with its wonders:

  • eternal blue sky
  • virgin landscapes
  • land of gigantic dinosaurs
  • nomadic civilization and their customs
  • boundless vast steppe of Great Chinggis Khaan
  • crystal clear lakes, famous for their pristine water
  • and Khar Khorum the ancient capital of Great Mongol Empire

In addition to providing accommodation, we also provide many kinds of services for tourists visiting Mongolia.

Rooms:

We offer accommodation services in the very center of Ulan Bator and also in the Mongolian countryside. The guesthouse in Ulan Bator is conveniently located opposite of the Central Post office and is a one minute walk from the Sukhbaatar Square.

Rooms offered may be, depending on the location, single rooms, double rooms or dormitories.

Rooms are available in:

  • Ulan Bator
  • Tov province
  • Sukhbaatar province
  • Terelj National Park

Services include:

  • Internet
  • Hot shower
  • Antique shop
  • Bicycle rental
  • Free breakfast
  • Laundry service
  • International call
  • Booking service
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Extension of visa
  • Invitation service
  • Traditional clothes and deals
  • Free pick up and transfer to the guesthouse
  • Satellite TV (BBC, NHK, CNN, CCTV, MTV, etc)

Tours:

We organize unique journeys to the countryside anywhere in Mongolia ranging from 1 day to 1 month. Guide and translator services are available for the tours.

You can customize your trip from start to finish but here are some examples of preplanned tours. More details about each tour available upon request.

MST-01:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Zaisan hill - Terelj - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 1 day

Attractive sites: Zaisan hill, Cave, turtle rock

MST-02:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Terelj - Star Watching Center - Hustain Nuruu - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 2 days

Attractive sites: Bogd mountain, Cave, turtle rock, Hustain nutuu mountains.

MST-03:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Mandzshir Monastery - Hustain Nuruu - Star Watching Center - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 2 days

Attractive sites: Mandzshir Monastery, "Zorgol khairhan" sacred mountain, Hustain nuruu mountains.

MST-04:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Zaisan hill - Terelj - Manzushir monastery - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 2 days

Attractive sites: Zaisan hill, Cave, turtle rock, Manzushir monastery.

MST-05:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar, Zaisan hill, "Terelj" National Park, "Gunjiin sum" monastery, Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 4 days

Attractive sites: Zaisan hill, Cave, turtle rock, Terelj and Tuul river, "Gunjiin sum" -monastery.

MST-06:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Hustai nuruu - Elsen tasarhai - Harhorin - Orkhon waterfall -Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 5 days

Attractive sites: Zaisan hill, Cave, turtle rock, Terelj and Tuul river, "Gunjiin sum" - monastery.

MST-07:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Gobi - Kharkhorin - Khairt khaan - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 6 days

Attractive sites: "Zorgol khaikhan" - a sacred mountain, "Sangiin Dalai" - monastery", "Moltsog Els" - sand dune, "Elsen tasarhai" - sand dune, Kharhorin city, Erdene zuu Monastery.

MST-08:

Tour Program: fishing

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Ogii nuur - Harhorin - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 7 days

MST-09:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Chinghis khaans birthplace - Dariganga - Ulaanbaatar

Attractive sites: Chinghis khans birthplace, Hodoo aral, Avarga Toson Mineral Spring, sacred mountain "Shiliin bogd", "Orgihiin bulag".

Duration: 7 days

MST-10:

Tour program: Horse riding

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Hustai nuruu - Elsen tasarhai - Harhorin - Orkhon waterfall - Ulaanbaatar

Attractive sites: Hustai nuruu, "Elsen tasarhai" - sand dune , Mongol els, "hogno khan" - mountain, "Harhorin" - ancient capital, "Erdene zuu" - monastery, Shankh monastery, "Tuvkhun" - monastery "Ovgon noyon hiid", "Orkhon" - waterfall, "Naiman nuur" - lake (Eight lakes).

Duration: 9 days

MST-11:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Kharhorin - Hovsgol - Ulaanbaatar

Attractive sites: Hustai national park, "Elsen tasarhai" - sand dune, Kharhorin, "Erdene zuu" - monastery, Khorgo dead volcano, Terhiin tsagaan nuur, Taihar chuluu - stone, Hot spring, "100 branch tree", "Hovsgol" - lake.

Duration: 10 days

MST-12:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Gobi - Kharkhorin - Khovsgol - Erdenet city - Darkhan - ULAANBAATAR

Attractive sites: "Zorgol khairhan" - sacred mountain, "Sangiin Dalai" - monastery, "Moltsog Els" - sand dune, Kharhorin city , Erdene zuu Monastery, "Tsenher" - hot spring, Khorgo mountain, Terhiin tsagaan nuur, Hovsgol lake, Erdenet city, Amarbayasgalan monastery, Darhan city.

Duration: 16 days

MST-13:

West Mongolia

Itineraries: Tsenher hot spa, Horgo, Ider river, Zavhan river, Har-Us lake,Eej Khairhan mountain, Hujirt spa, Harhorin, Orkhon waterfall

Duration: 16 days

MST-14:

Tour program: City Tour

Itineraries: museum, monasteries, monuments

Duration: Day tour

MST-15:

Tour program: Naadam Festival Tour - 9th July - 14th July

Itineraries: Naadam tour, Terelj National Park - historical highlights, horse riding, hiking.

Duration: 4 days

MST-16:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Amarbayasagalant - Khuvsgul - Uvs - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 12 days

MST-17:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Arkhangai - Zavkhan - Kkovd - Bayan - Olgii - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 21 days

MST-18:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Kharhorum - Khuvsgul Lake - Naadam - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 18 days

MST-19:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Chinghis khan's birthplace - Dariganga - Naadam - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 9 days

Altan Ovoo Naadam Festival tour.

This trip takes you to the cradle of Chinggis Khaan before entering the endless steppes of southeastern Mongolia. The plains are dotted with extinct volcanoes and huge herds of gazelle live side-by-side with the cattle. Highlight of the trip is the visit to the Altan Ovoo Naadam, Mongolia's most spectacular festival, held only every five years(2004, 2009, 2014, etc) at the foot of Altan Ovoo Mountain.

MST-20:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Khentii - Dornod - Ulaanbaatar.

Duration: 14 days

Cranes and water birds in eastern Mongolia.

MST-21:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Tuv - Dalanzadgad - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 9 days

Bird watching trip

MST-22:

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Orkhon river - Chuluut river - Ider river - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 8 days

Fishing trip

Taimen "Hucho Taimen", Lenok "Brachymystax lenok", Amur ide "Leuciscus waleckii", Amur pike "Esox lucius", Golden carp "Carassius auratus", Carp "Cyprinus carpio haematopterus", Spotted barbel "Hemibarbus maculatus", Amur barbel "Hemibarbus labeo", Amur catfish "Parasilurus asotus", Khadary Whitefish "Coregonus chadary", Amur Grayling "Thymallus grubei", Flathead asps "Pseudaspius leptocephalus", Burbot Cod "Lota lota", Lookup "Culter alburnus", Mongolian Redfin "Erythroculter mongolicus", Skygazer whitefish "Erythroculter erythropteris" are available to fish during this trip.

MST-23:

Fishing trip

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Onon river - Kherlen river - Balj river - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 7 days

Taimen "Hucho Taimen", Lenok "Brachymystax lenok", Amur ide "Leuciscus waleckii", Amur pike "Esox lucius", Golden carp "Carassius auratus", Carp "Cyprinus carpio haematopterus", Spotted barbel "Hemibarbus maculatus", Amur barbel "Hemibarbus labeo", Amur catfish "Parasilurus asotus", Khadary Whitefish "Coregonus chadary", Amur Grayling "Thymallus grubei", Flathead asps "Pseudaspius leptocephalus", Burbot Cod "Lota lota", Lookup "Culter alburnus", Mongolian Redfin "Erythroculter mongolicus", Skygazer whitefish " Erythroculter erythropteris" are available to fish during this trip.

MST-23:

Fishing trip

Itineraries: Ulaanbaatar - Selenge river - Eg rivers - Ulaanbaatar

Duration: 7 days

Taimen "Hucho Taimen", Lenok "Brachymystax lenok", Arctic Grayling "Thymallus arcticus", Pidschjan whitefish "Coregonus laveratus pidschian", Arctic cisco or Omul "Coregonus autumnalis", Hovsgol Grayling "Thymallus nigrescens", Northern pike "Esox lucius", Roach "Rutilus lacustris", Dace "Leuciscus lenciscus baicalensis", Orfe "Leuciscus idus", Golden carp "Carassius auratus", Carp "Cyprinus carpio haematopterus", Amur catfish "Parasilurus asotus", Burbot cod "Lota lota", River perch "Percufluviatilis" are available to fishing at these rivers during the trip.

Train & Flight Tickets:

If you need the following services, please contact us for payment and cancellation information. Group discounts may be available for groups of 16 or more.

Train Ticket Booking Service:

Booking train tickets to Russia or China through our company is very simple. You should read and follow the instructions below.

Trains to/from Mongolia: Moscow, Irkutsk, Ulan Ude, Beijing, HuhHot, Erlain, Jinin

How to make a booking:

  1. You should contact with Mongolian Steppe by e mail, fax message or mail.
  2. Tell us your arrival and departure dates or the dates when you need this service.
  3. Please make sure you give as much detail as possible so that your booking form is processed promptly and accurately. Confirm your special requirements in your e-mail or fax message e.g. train class and/or other special requirements etc.
  4. Send to us your valid passport copy by fax or attached file as an image.
  5. Send to us confirmation letter that stating your booking and payment condition.

Flight Ticket Booking Service:

Booking Air ticket through our company is very simple. You should read and follow the instructions below. Airways to/from Mongolia: From/to north: Berlin, Frankfurt, and Moscow & Irkutsk From/to south & other: Beijing, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Hong Kong and Huh Hot.

How to make a booking:

  1. You should contact with MS by e mail or mail.
  2. Tell us your arrival and departure dates or the dates when you need the flight.
  3. Please make sure you give as much detail as possible so that your booking form is processed promptly and accurately. Confirm your special requirements in your e-mail or fax message e.g. seat class and/or other special requirements etc.
  4. Send to us your valid passport copy by fax or attached file as an image.
  5. Send to us confirmation letter that stating your booking and payment condition.

About Mongolia:

On the edge of the 21st century, Mongolia remains to be one of the few countries to retain its ancient culture and traditions and the nomadic lifestyle plays an important role in creating a general perception about Mongolia.

Located in the landlocked plateau of Central Asia between China and Russian Siberia, Mongolia covers an area of 1,566,500 sq. km, which is roughly the size of Western Europe. Mongolia stretches about 2,400 kilometers from west to east and about 1,260 kilometers from north to south. The total length of the country's borders is 8,158 kilometers.

The geography of the country is characterized by great diversity. From north to south it can be divided into four areas: mountain-forest steppe, mountain steppe and, in the extreme south, semi-desert and desert (the latter being about 30% of the entire territory). The principal mountains are concentrated in the west, with much of this region having elevations above 2,000 meters and the country's highest peaks permanently snow-capped land covered with glaciers. Mountains and dense forests predominate central and northern Mongolia and grasslands cover large areas of this region. Across the eastern part of the country stretches the vast grasslands of the Asian steppe. The steppe grades into the Gobi desert, which extends throughout southern Mongolia from the east to the west of the country. The Gobi is mostly gravelly, but also contains large areas of sand dunes in the drier areas of the Gobi near the southern border.

The country is dotted with hundreds of lakes, the largest being Uvs-Nuur (covering an area of 3,350 sq. kilometers), Huvsgul (2,620 sq. kilometers), and Khara Us-Nuur (1,852 sq. kilometers). Lake Huvsgul is also the largest fresh water lake in Central Asia. The Orkhon (1,124 kilometers), the Kherlen (1,090 kilometers) and the Selenge (539 kilometers) are the largest rivers.

Climate:

Mongolia's climate is extremely continental, with long cold, dry winters and short warm summers. The mean temperature falls below freezing for seven to eight months of the year). For two or three months in summer, the weather is warm and pleasant and relatively hot in the southern Gobi region. Winter usually lasts from mid-October until April, with the coldest period being between mid-December and the end of February or mid-March when the temperature drops to -20 or -30 °C and occasionally even lower. Snow usually falls between mid-October and mid-April. There are some regions, especially in the north west, where the temperature goes down to -40 to -50 °C. In the Gobi it drops to about - 40 °C. Humidity is generally low (47 - 73%), especially in winter, and because of the dryness the cold is less noticeable. Moreover, the cold weather is relieved by the almost continuous blue sky and sunshine. Around Ulan Bator, the number of sunny days ranges between 220 and 260 a year.

The population of Mongolia is 2.5 million out of which 45% are nomadic herdsmen. The population is homogeneous, with Mongol speaking people constituting 95% of the total; the largest subgroup is the Khalkha, accounting for over 75% of the total population. Most of Mongolia's large geographic area is very scarcely populated. The average population density is 1.7 per sq. kilometer, in the southern Gobi it is as scarce as 0.3 per sq. kilometer.

Religion:

Traditionally, Mongols practiced shamanism, worshipping the Blue Sky. However, Tibetan Buddhism (also called Vajrayana Buddhism) gained more popularity after it was introduced in 16th century. Tibetan Buddhism shared the common Buddhist goals of individual release from suffering and reincarnation. Tibet's Dalai Lama, who lives in India, is the religion's spiritual leader, and is highly respected in Mongolia. Mongolia's history spans 500,000 years. From nomads herding the Central Asian steppe to the formation of the powerful Mongol empire and the gradual emergence of the Mongolian Republic, its history is steeped in conflict.

Ancient Mongolian States:

The first Mongolian state was established in 209 BC by Huns or Hunnu people. The name Hunnu comes from two ancient Mongolian words. Hun means man and Nu translates as sun. The Hun's first king was Modun Shan Yui, whose father Tumen was chieftain of the Hun's most influential tribe. The Huns territory stretched from Korea in Far East to Tian Shan Mountain in northern China and from the southern section of the Great wall to Lake Baikal in southern Siberia. From 200 BC until its collapse in 98 AD, the Hun state was the most powerful nomadic nation residing in the sprawling Central Asian steppe and mountain. But, after three hundred years of domination the Hun state imploded, ruined by internal conflicts between powerful chieftains.

After the Huns state collapsed several other ambitious clans established their own states and dominated Mongolian territory up until 1200 AD. The first dominant state after the Hun's collapse was the Sumbe State, which lasted until the 3rd century BC. The Toba finally took over the Sumbe state in 250 AD and established its own state with a number of tribal allies. In turn the Tobas were defeated by the Nirun, who were forced to hand the state over to Turkic tribes who established the Tureg Kingdom in Mongolia 552 AD. Thousands of Turkic people had arrived from the far west via the Altai mountains during the 4th century AD. They extended the ancient feudal system, but were also defeated by their own internal conflicts 745 AD. The Uigur tribe then became the most powerful in Central Asia, were unable to dominate the whole of Mongolia. It was the Kidans, who had peacefully coexisted with several previous ruling tribes, who took over Mongolia in 907. Their dominance lasted until the 12th century when a number of central Asian tribes invaded at the same time. There was now no ruler in Mongolia and this vast territory was divided and subdivided into tribal areas.

The Mongol Empire:

Temujin was born into the Esugui in 1162 and who is best known as Chinggis Khan. His father was a chieftain of one of the numerous tribes and was killed by the Tatars when Temujin was just 9 years old. With the support of his father's friends, Temujin established the Great Mongol State in 1189. By 1206 he united 81 different Mongolian tribes and established the Great Mongolian Empire in 1206, when he was crowned as Chingis Khan. Chingis Khan died in 1227. Subsequent Mongolian Khans were chosen from following generations of Chingis Khan's children. During the 13th - 14th centuries, Mongolia developed in terms of its economy, culture, military strength and politics. It was a huge, sprawling empire which encompassed many separate Asian and European nations. Still known as the golden era of Mongolian history, during this time the Mongol Empire was the most powerful nation on earth. Chingis Khan was a great military general, statesman and Mongolian national hero. The Mongol Empire began to fall apart in 1368. This was bound up with the collapse of the Mongolian Yuan dynasty, which had been established in China after Kublai Khan named Beijing as the new Capital of the Mongol Empire. The Manchurians conquered Mongolia in 1691 and the Manchurian colonization lasted for 220. By the beginning of the 20th century Mongolians were embroiled in struggle for national liberation, which finally bore fruit in December 1911, when the Manchurians withdrew and Mongolia's independence was proclaimed in Urguu (as Ulan Bator was previously known). Mongolia's theocratic ruler Bogd Khan was awarded power across the entire country.

Modern Mongolia:

On 11 July 1921, the socialist revolution, known as People's Revolution took place. In 1924, The Mongolian People's Party proclaimed Mongolia a People's Republic. The congress endorsed the Republic's first constitution. As Mongolia maintained strong links with the former Soviet Union, the socialist era continued until 1990, when democratic changes first started in Mongolia.

In 1990 the Mongolia former communist Politburo's resigned and a multi-parliamentary system was installed. The country's first multi party election was held in June 1990. The new parliament adopted Mongolia's first democratic construction in January 1992. This constitution defined Mongolia as a democratic parliamentary republic operating with a President. Both parliament and president have to be directly elected by the general public. Throughout these political changes, Mongolia has slowly been paving its way towards a free market economy and away from the old centrally planned economy.

About Ulan Bator:

The capital of Mongolia is Ulan Bator, a city with a long and rich history.

Set in the rolling foothills of the Bogd Mountain range, on the banks of the majestic Tuul River, Ulan Bator is the gateway to Mongolia. Ulan Bator, historically known as Urga, was originally established in 1639 as a nomadic encampment, which shifted from place to place until it settled in its present location in 1778.

The city, situated at an altitude of 1,351 meters above sea level, stretches from east to west across the Tuul River valley. It has a population of around 800,000 and a surface area of 135,800 hectares. Holy mountains surround it; the Bogd Uul Mountain to the south, the Songino Mountain to the west, the Bayanzurkh Mountain to the east and the Chingeltei Mountain to the north.

The city has the only international airport in the country and the Trans-Siberian railway crosses Mongolia from north to south, stopping in Ulan Bator, connecting Moscow and Beijing.

Sukhbaatar Square:

This large and famous landmark is the heart of Ulaanbaatar where the Parliament, the Government House, Stock Exchange and many other important establishments are concentrated. It is named after Sukhbaatar, the famous patriot, whose statue is the main attraction on this square.

Gandan Monastery:

Gandan is the largest and most significant monastery in Mongolia and one of Ulan Bator's most interesting sights. Built in the mid 19th century, it is the only monastery where Buddhist services continued during the communist years. Temples are flocked by visitors during religious services that start at 10 a.m. and last until mid day. Most important part of a monastery is the Megjid Janraiseg temple.

The Megjid Janraiseg Temple:

The temple was built in 1911 - 1912 to celebrate the end of Manchu domination and, it is said, to heal the Bogd Gegeen from blindness. It is in a mixed Chinese and Tibetan style and inside is the 25.6 meter and 20 ton Avalokiteshvara-Janraiseg statue. The deity was consecrated in 1996, is hollow and contains a storehouse of precious items including sutras, medicinal herbs, bundles of Buddhist mantras and even a fully furnished ger. The statue was built with donations of Mongolian people as symbol of Buddhist revival in the mid 1990's.

National History Museum:

The museum houses a rich collection of historical and ethnographic exhibitions dating back to the period when first human beings resided in Central Asia. It has displays on several millennia of the history of Mongolia - beginning with the Stone Age, running through the Turkic and Mongol empires, the rise of Buddhism, the communist regime and ends with a colorful display of contemporary society.

Natural History Museum:

Located near the city center the museum displays exhibits on the geography, geology, botany, fauna and paleontology of Mongolia. Among the treasures on display are 800 objects from the lower Cambrian Age (500 million years ago) to the Quaternary Age (10,000 to 15,000 years ago), including fossils of vertebrates, plants, leaf prints, dinosaurs and mammals. The specimens of dinosaur skeletons and bones vary in size from a few centimeters to over 30 meters tall, and several are to be found only in Mongolia.

The Museum of Fine Arts:

Located near the city center the museum displays exhibits on the geography, geology, botany, fauna and paleontology of Mongolia. Among the treasures on display are 800 objects from the lower Cambrian Age (500 million years ago) to the Quaternary Age (10,000 to 15,000 years ago), including fossils of vertebrates, plants, leaf prints, dinosaurs and mammals. The specimens of dinosaur skeletons and bones vary in size from a few centimeters to over 30 meters tall, and several are to be found only in Mongolia.

Choijin Lama Monastery:

This complex of temples was built between 1904 and 1908 for the Choijin Lama (a monastic title) Lubsankhaidav, the State Oracle and younger brother of the eighth Bogd Gegeen, and is one of the most beautiful monasteries in Mongolia. This is the only museum where all religious objects are kept ready for Buddhist chanting ceremonies and this is why it is called a temple museum. The museum is famous for its collection of Buddhist artworks, original silk icons and tsam dancing masks.

The Art Gallery:

The Art Gallery contains a huge and impressive displays of unique modern Mongolian paintings and sculptures.

Opera and Theaters:

The Drama Theater or Opera /Ballet House and State Circus offers a fascinating array of folk shows, national or classic opera and ballet, and amazing contortionist performances.

Winter Palace of Bogd Khan:

Built between 1893 and 1903, the Winter Palace of Bogd Khan was the home of the Mongolia's last king Javzun Damba Khutagt VIII. This complex of temples and houses contains a number of Buddhist artworks and the private collection of the Bogd Khan, composed of gifts from rulers and kings from all over the world. The artworks displayed here were made by the top Mongolian, Tibetan and Chinese master-sculptors of the 18th and 19th centuries and represent the gods of the Buddhist pantheon.

Zaisan Memorial:

Located to the south of Ulan Bator, Zaisan Hill Memorial was erected on the 50th anniversary of the Communist Revolution and honors the Soviet and Mongolian soldiers who died in WWII in the fight against Japan and Nazi Germany. Next to the monumental statue of the soldier, a mosaic composition on a large circular panel in reinforced concrete illustrates the theme of friendship between Mongol and Soviet peoples. In the center of it a large granite bowl holds an eternal flame. A good view can be had over the capital.

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Web Page:  Yes

 

Languages Spoken:  English, Mongolian

 

Types of Breakfasts:  Bread, Butter, Chocolate, Coffee,Tea, Yogurt

Special Meals Available:  Yes

 

Room Types:  Rooms, Double Room / Private Apartment Ensuite With Well Equipped Kitchen

 

Private Bathrooms:  Yes

Handicap Accessible:  No

Smoking:  No

Consumption of Alcohol:  No

Children:  Yes

Pets:  No

 

Amenities/Features:  Kitchen, Satellite TV, TV, Phone, Hot Tub, Fridge, Alarm Clock, Tea & Coffee Making Facilities

 

Nearby Activities:  Bicycling, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Bird Watching, Wildlife Viewing, Shopping, Dancing, Sight Seeing, Historical Places, Museums, Castles, Farmers Market, Arts & Craft Fairs

 

Suitable For:  Pleasure, Relaxation, Business, Family, Groups, Anniversaries, Honeymoons, Cultural Experience

 

Near To:  Rivers, Mountains, Forests, Countryside, Nature & Parks

 

Sunsets:  Yes
Sunrises:  Yes
Wildlife:  Yes
Open:  Fall/Autumn, Summer, Spring

 

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