We invite you to relax in our spacious and comfortable guesthouse. 75 miles to West Yellowstone and Jackson Hole Wy, and 5 miles to the Rexburg LDS temple.
The Sugar House would be perfect for a large family, girl's get away, out of town tourists, BYU-Idaho families or wedding guests.
Sugar House is a 3 bedroom, 2000 sq ft home. When you enter the front door you will see the living room with a piano and a gas fireplace. Cozy for visiting and musical enjoyment. Just beyond the living room is the large kitchen. There is a separate great room with a vaulted ceiling and a hide-a-bed. This is where you can enjoy entertaining large groups, playing family games or watching movies on Netflix.
Guests have access to entire home and yard.
Interakcija s gostima
For the most part I will not interact very much with the guests. However, I live close by and will be available if needed.
No pets. This is a quiet neighborhood. Quiet hours begin at 10:00 p.m. Please remove your shoes at the front door. When you are done with your stay, it is very helpful if you could put all used sheets, wash clothes and towels on top of the washing machine and remove your food from the fridge. Please respect the property and enjoy your stay at the Sugar House.
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I was raised in Sugar City, Idaho. I am a college and career counselor at the high school where I am passionate about motivating students for their future. My husband, Brett, is custom a cabinet maker. Some of his work has been showcased in local and national magazines. We have a large blended family of 11 children and we enjoy many outdoor activities that south east Idaho has to offer.
In my life I have had opportunities to live and travel around parts of the world. And and in the end I decided to settle and raise my family right back in my hometown.
In my travels, I have enjoyed so much of the world: From Europe to Africa, Israel to China, Mexico to South America, Canada and so much of the beautiful Untied States. I have fallen in love with a variety of people and their cultures. While traveling, some of my favorite places to stay are the "bed-n-breakfast" guesthouses. I love to see and experience life in small towns rather than the hotel off the freeway exit.