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Waldorf A ' Story Guest Haus

...in beautiful downtown Story, Wyoming 

 

There's a brand new experience for you in Story, Wyoming... 

When you visit Story to take in the fresh mountain air, view the wildflowers & wildlife, rest, relax and recreate in the Big Horn Mountains, plan on staying at The Waldorf A'Story Guest Haus, Story's newest enterprise!

This Rustic Country Guest Haus is a great place to stay with a full kitchen, dining room, large living room with 42" TV, two bedrooms and a full bath.  

You and up to six persons can enjoy this vacation home where you can cook your own meals if you like, entertain friends, rest in the cool, quiet nights and explore the mountains, historical sites, or shop during the day. 

If you need or want to be connected to the outside world, there's cable TV and wireless internet.  If you want undisturbed time alone to write, paint, read or just vegetate that's possible, too. (Except on Story Day).

Dick and Patty Hoover, known previously as the owners of the Piney Creek General Store and the Waldorf A'Story Deli, will be your hosts and welcome you to your stay in Story.

 

LOCATION: 
Story is located just a few minutes off I-90 midway between Sheridan and Buffalo.  

From Sheridan take the Meade Creek Exit 33 ...from Buffalo take the Piney Creek Exit 44...and follow the highway signs to Story.  

Then turn west on Fish Hatchery Road - WY 194 - and go 1/2 mile.  Turn right on North Piney Road - WY 340 - and find the Waldorf A'Story Guest Haus on the right a short distance up the street.

There is plenty of parking for multiple vehicles, trailers, ATV's or RV outfits.

A BRIEF MAP OF STORY:

  

You can call Patty & Dick at 307-683-2452
or
you can email her at
patty@waldorfastory.com

PO Box 13
Story, WYoming
82842

Check us out at www.vrbo.com  #401825

 

 

 

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