Reserve this charming Twin Falls castle for your vacation guests
We were talking today on the radio station about all the construction going on around Twin Falls. There’s a boom going on, and it’s not really fair because there are still so many cool old buildings that I haven’t seen yet. One of those that just appeared on my social feed, it’s a lovely castle-like house that you can rent for reunions, visiting guests so they’re not in your house, or for you when you have to stay close but feel like you have a way.
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Charming storytelling castle for rent in Vrbo
The house of the castle offers a breathtaking view of the canyon and the proximity of the walking / cycling path.
I admit that I normally look at vacation rentals on Airbnb, but I’ve seen a lot of ads for Vrbo. I just never looked at their site until today. On Facebook, someone posted that they had just stayed this vacation rental over the canyon and it was amazing. It’s just an added bonus that looks like a castle.
Twin Falls Vrbo rental on the edge of the canyon
The house of the castle offers a breathtaking view of the canyon and the proximity of the walking / cycling path. In the rental station, they call it a “storybook house on the edge of the Snake River Canyon.” Based on the photos I would say they are right. The house looks charming and modern.
It can accommodate six people in three bedrooms. There are also three bathrooms which should reduce disputes over access to the shower and toilet. Rent the house is $ 258 per night on average, and this price may vary depending on when you choose to book.
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