Spend some time at the Diamond S Guest House, and you may want to call Hyattville home! The perfect location for a basecamp to do all the things we love to do in Wyoming - go hiking, fishing, hunting, you name it. The Guest House in located on the Diamond S Ranch sits in one of the oldest apple orchards in the area and features 2 bedrooms, and two full baths, a fully-equipped kitchen with stove , toaster oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator and more.
Drop us a line at email@example.com to check our availability. If your dates are available, we'll reserve them for you and request a deposit. We are eager to schedule a visit for you, but if your specific dates are not available, we'll suggest alternative dates for our place or suggestions on other places nearby.
For additional information on what to expect on a visit to the Guest House, please view our Welcome Packet.
$105 per couple per night. ($100/night plus 5% tax)
Families: $21 ($20 plus 5% tax) additional charge for each child / person
Check in time: just let us know when you'll be here. We're flexible!
There is a 50% deposit required to secure your visit. Cancellations must be made 30 days or more before your scheduled arrival, and 50% of your deposit will be refunded.
Balance due and any add-ons during your visit are due upon departure. (Add-ons could be any of the items to the right)
Fishing: $100 per day per rod (12 & older)
Children under 12 free if accompanied by paying adult
Horse Boarding: $25 per horse per week
Hunters welcome: $250 trespass fee per buck whitetail & mule deer, plus landowner coupon to be given to ranch owners for each buck or doe harvested. Hunter orientation provided.
Additional bedding (tents, porta-cribs, etc) available on request.
Some deposits can be made through PayPal on our Shop page; these payments include Paypal's 2.9% service charge and $0.30 transaction fee.
Finally, please enjoy a few 360 views from the Guest House. Click and drag to move the image as you like:
Viewing the Kitchen from the Living Room doorway
View from the West Deck. It's the end of summer, so some of the grasses have begun their dormant period.