About Denise Shirley
We have always wanted to live in Wyoming, or Montana area. Once we were able to retire we began to look for a place in Cody. Feels like we are on vacation everyday. The views are breath taking.
Denise Shirley purchased this Cabin in 2015
Why Denise Shirley chose Cody
The minute we stepped foot on this property we knew this is where we wanted to be. Never before thought of doing VBRO rentals, but knew this was a diamond in the rough. Can't wait to make this our very own, and can't wait to share it with our loved one and visitors.
What makes this Cabin unique
The locations is so close the Yellowstone and Cody, it makes it the perfect place in between both. The North Fork Shoshone River is know for its Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing. Trophy hunting within miles of the cabin.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 7 days before arrival date.
The bunkhouse was a very nice place to stay. Though we weren't there much during the day as we were in Cody or in Yellowstone, we were very happy with our stay and were well cared for.
The place was so cute. It was secluded with great deck and steam right beside it. Shirley and family were so nice. Totally enjoyed our week.
I had a wonderful time.
Denise was a wonderful host. The place was Clean and neat, the surroundings Were beautiful. I got treated great and I enjoyed every minute. Thank you again
Cute little cabin
We rented this cabin for 4 days while we explored Yellowstone. Beautiful area, right on a creek with mountains all around. Small kitchenette meant we could save money by making our own breakfast and dinners.
Nice stop on my wild west tour.
Cozy and warm place to relax with the creek rushing behind the bunkhouse. Had everything we needed and the folks that own the cabins had me thinking they were from Tennessee. If you get a chance go back into Cody and catch the Triple C Cowboys at The Cody Cattleman Co and a rodeo. Take a big group with you if you hike the Paheska Trail though. Wife and I reversed course when we saw that Grizzly.