Cabin, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 10 Sleeps
About Tom Williams
Jim, Tom, Phil & Steve love to fish. We come to the cabin every chance we get. Contact us @ email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Williams purchased this Cabin in 2004
Why Tom Williams chose Sula
If you like the bright city lights, don't come to East Fork House. If you love the outdoors, hiking, fishing, etc., this is the place for you.
What makes this Cabin unique
Area activities include: fishing, horseback riding, downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking, four wheeling on ATVs, hunting, river rafting, bird watching, snowmobiling, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, antiquing and historic sightseeing. The river receives very little fishing pressure in this area and teems with wild trout that readily take dry flies most of the year. Big game abounds in the surrounding forest and it is not unusual to see Deer or Big Horn Sheep in the front yard in the evening or in the early morning hours. Sometimes even an Elk or A Moose may wander into the yard.
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Max guests:10 (sleeps up to 10 adults)
See Rental Agreement
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Perfect Fall Stay
This property is just as advertised with two downstairs bedrooms and three upstairs bedrooms that also work as a bunkhouse. The cabin is fully appointed with cooking cleaning items needed for everyday living and even a brand new oven. Check in was a breeze and Chuck the care taker couldn’t have been nicer. If you have any problems are questions he is right on them. Perfect place to stay right on the river for fishing. Great for groups large or small. I can’t say enough good about it! Thank you!
Great place to stay
Location! Location! Location! Will rent again next year
Great stay, had a lot of fun!
Nice but not how it was represented
We called ahead as told, before we arrived, three times and left messages about when we were arriving. After two 10 hour days if driving we arrived to find the home locked and no one to meet us as promised. We had no cell reception so we needed to travel back down the road to email the owner through Vrbo. Needless to say it was a frustrating experience. Eventually the caretakers called us and came to open the home for us. They said they didn’t have any one scheduled for the time we were scheduled to be there. That was all disturbing. Eventually we settled in. The place was ok, no too clean, but large with various add on rooms. The showers were small add-ons in the corner of the bathrooms. The flys were horrible every day on the deck, so we didn’t spend as much time there as we hoped. The flys were really horrible! There was no wading fly fishing from the house because the rocks and boulders were too big. We found a small campground upstream to wade in and fish. The setting was beautiful and we loved hearing the river at night. Overall, we think a really good cleaning job, and some furniture upgrades and professional exterminators, might go a long way.
Every client is advised to call the caretaker to set the time of arrival.
I personally have caught 100's of fish within 100 feet of the cabin. I will admit it can be tough to wade, but doable.
When all is done and said, this is a fishing cabin not a luxury hotel.
Right on the river
Great place literally steps from the east fork of the bitterroot. For the fisherman I must have caught 100 cutthroats within 50 yards of the steps to the water, mostly smallish but a few 16” plus. For the non fisherman the sound and beauty of the river is surreal. We saw a deer and fawn at rivers edge several evenings. Very relaxing stay. Would return and recommend without hesitation
Great Location and Home
Excellent home. Well equipped and perfect setting. Literally on the river with national forest 500 yards away. Everything was as described. Perfect for our group. Would definitely recommend!
We appreciate your comments and hope you return soon.
Area activities include: fishing, horseback riding, downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking, river rafting, bird watching, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, antiquing and historic sightseeing.
The river in the area of East Fork House receives very little fishing pressure and teems with wild trout that readily take dry flies most of the year. Big game abounds in the surrounding forest and it is
not unusual to see Deer or Big Horn Sheep in the front yard in the evening or in the early morning hours. Sometimes even an Elk or a Moose may wander by.
Please see our Website @ www.eastforkhouse.net for additional or Direct Contact Information.