The Hideout is a luxurious cabin on the Big Horn River with a boat ramp approximately one block away. You’ll love the deck, outdoor bar, fire pit table and hot tub overlooking the river. It has a secluded mountain cabin feel, all right next to the world's largest hot springs for family fun in the sun. Plus, you have all the comforts of home. The Hideout is more than just a place to stay its an experience. A grocery store, restaurants and a bars are close as well.
“What a great cabin! The location is perfect too, it’s deceitful how secluded you actually feel considering it’s in town just off the highway. The place was very clean, was stocked well with supplies and games and the back deck is a sweet setup. This was a winter vacation but the weather was still good enough to enjoy the sunshine and the river. Thanks and we will be back!”
Furnished with a western decor and many antiques, yet has modern amenities. Close to downtown, but in a wonderful old neighborhood. A great escape to the old west.
“Jerry’s place is in a duplex in a remarkably quiet neighborhood. Everyone we encountered was friendly and the house itself is lovely with recent and extensive updates to everything. We visited the hot springs and a couple of eateries downtown, all within a short driving distance of the house. If you’re near Thermopolis, this is the place to stay.”
Small 100 year old, clean, comfortable, house in quiet neighborhood. Two bedroom and one bath, kitchen, and living room with all the furnishings of a home. There is a washer, dryer, refrigerator and window unit air conditioner. Nice yard and lots of room for parking. Four blocks from the Bighorn River, 4 miles from Wind River Canyon, 100 miles to Yellowstone National Park and just a mile away from Hot Springs State Park.
“This is a welcoming and affordable place. If you require digital entertainment, bring your own. Wifi is available. Better yet, go check out the hot springs, the dinosaur museum the local cuisine and the Thai restaurant. Plan to enjoy the peacefulness Thermopolis has to offer. One of my favorite parts, was the the guest log/diary. Read a little about previous guests and add your own story.”