to dwell here airbnb cowgirl magazine
Photos courtesy of To Dwell Here.……

“Our mission is to create inspiring places for people to spend intentional time together… because even the most well-designed home is meaningless if not for who we invite to dwell within. In a culture so hurried on getting “there”, we invite you to rest and enjoy being ‘here.'” – Tyler and Marie, Owners of To Dwell Here.

“There’s something magical about an A-frame.  These 20-foot windows look out over expansive forest views with hardly a house in sight.  Originally built in 1973, the cabin has been 100% remodeled to highlight the original midcentury design while adding modern and Scandinavian accents.  As beautiful as it is, you cannot find a more kid-friendly space… Your kids will fall in love with the secret play nooks in the loft, the closet full of indoor and outdoor games, and of course, the tire swing hanging from our giant oak.  It’s stocked with every baby/kid necessity you have at your own home.  Enjoy a walk to the lake trail, or relax in our *soon-to-be-added* hot tub.”

“There’s just too many options for where to relax… a wrap around deck, a seating nook on each level, a huge L-shaped couch, and game table seating 6.”

“Words and pictures can hardly do justice for the huge A-frame windows that will blow you away from your first step through the door. You wouldn’t be the first guest to ask about extending their stay, and we can’t wait for you to return on your next getaway!!!”

“Nothing says “cozy cabin” quite like the dark and moody color palette, southwest décor, and unique Malm fireplace.  With two walls of windows, you’ll enjoy all the natural light and feeling surrounded by trees.  Hang out on the wrap-around deck that looks over a seasonal creek where the kids can explore in the summer or sled in the winter.  This may be our smallest cabin, but there’s no shortage of inviting seating, with the huge L-shaped couch and two different seating nooks.  Have a movie or game night upstairs, soak in the *soon-to-be-added* hot tub under string lights, and make the hard decision of whether this cabin calls for whiskey or wine.”

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