Hulett is a small town, and everything is within a half mile. This includes the grocery store, three cafe/restaurants, a deli, bank, hardware store, and two bars. The town library is just across the street.
Devils Tower is about 15 miles away. You can easily visit Mt. Rushmore and the Crazy Horse memorial in a day trip, and come back to a quiet and comfortable evening.
This is a single-wide mobile home with an attached extra room. It was made in 1974, so if you want the "hotel experience", please go to a hotel. We keep it clean and comfortable. You get a real kitchen, refrigerator, dishes, and washer & dryer.
This home is on the quiet side of town, but only half a mile from "everything" in town. The single bed is still ON THE FLOOR (if my son falls out he won't get hurt), but the king bed is regular height. The sofa bed is not comfy but I have never met one that is. There is a tent that kids can put up inside by the couch that is way more fun. People who travel with sleeping bags might appreciate camping inside. Extra room has its own AC.
Zugang für Gäste
We do not live in this home (unless massive snow storm), so you will have full access and privacy. You have a full kitchen, so you can cook your own meals and snacks as you wish.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We live about five miles away, so we do not stay with our guests. But we are usually available by phone if there is a question or request. We will give you a door code so there is no key to keep track of, and you can let yourself in immediately when you arrive.
Weitere wichtige Infos
There is no TV reception, but there is a variety of movies you can watch on DVD.
For routine communication, the Airbnb message system and email are fine. If you need quick information, please CALL us. We do NOT do texting. The back door is an emergency exit only. There is nothing to see or do back there, so please don't use it. You may smoke outside if you wish.
There is a small mud room before entering. We would appreciate it if you remove your shoes there. Thanks!
I like making things. Things might be software, electronics, wood, metal, moving dirt with my Bobcat, to building a garage and office. I always seem to have a long list of projects on my list.
Past hobbies and interests include photography and darkroom, foreign languages, beer brewing, and flying (Cessna 150 and 175). Current hobbies include programming, electronics, networking, and ham radio.
I am semi-retired, but my wife and I are starting a hobby business making and selling homemade, sorry... "hand crafted" soap.
My German and Russian are horrible from decades of neglect, but I might possibly communicate slowly with a dictionary in hand.