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We started staying in vacation rentals a few years ago. It was important to take our Great Pyrenees dogs Curley and Dante with us whenever we went traveling, and Airbnb’s and VRBO’s were the way to go.
We no longer have Curley and Dante with us. Now we have Toby, our St. Bernard. He LOVES traveling, as did Curley and Dante.
So we continue to look for great vacation rentals that the 3 of us can stay in.
Airbnb – Coyote Creek Cabin – Lindale, TX
We recently had the pleasure of staying 2 nights at Coyote Creek Cabin, in Lindale, TX. One reviewer likened Coyote Creek Cabin to a rustic 19th century cabin with all the modern conveniences. It is very cozy and comfortable, and the setting is fantastic!
Close to Tyler, TX, this is the perfect place to stay if you are you looking for a dog friendly accommodation, that is also unique and fun.
Would you like to experience some peace and tranquility for a few days? Coyote Creek Cabin is off the main road. You will need to travel down a county road to get to it. You will pass a picturesque red barn down this road, and may meet some cows and Toby’s friends the Shetland pony and donkey along the way.
Great value for money!
AMAZINGLY comfy bed!
Incredible collection of DVDs!
Great books and games!
Coffee, popcorn, and oatmeal for breakfast provided!
BBQ grill with charcoal provided!
Fireplace with firewood and fire starters provided!
Firepit to roast marshmallows!
The 2 evenings we stayed were very cold, so we made use of the fireplace and settled in to watch one of the DVDs. It was called “Egypt: Rediscovering a Lost World,” a fascinating BBC series. We did not finish it, and although I could order it through Amazon my preference is go to back to Coyote Creek Cabin and finish it there. 🙂
The highlight for me was the Scavenger Hunt. I do not want to give too much away about the Scavenger Hunt but will tell you I’m irked that we couldn’t find everything! Some of the items were easy to find, but the squirrel was elusive. Another reason to go back to Coyote Creek Cabin…I am determined to find that squirrel!
All you need to do to enjoy the Scavenger Hunt is take a few steps outside of the Cabin and walk onto the trail. The trail is approximately .5 mile long, and you will encounter a few surprises along the way.
If all you did was stay at the cabin, enjoy the scavenger hunt, and make use of the books, games, dvds, etc. that are available you would have an awesome time. I want to go back soon!
The hosts, Paul and Kari, are so friendly and available to help with anything you may need.
Toby loved staying here, and yes…we did hear coyotes at night. 🙂
If you are thinking of visiting, I do highly recommend Coyote Creek Cabin as an awesome place to stay. If interested, you can use my invitation link to stay at an Airbnb property, and get $40.00 toward your first trip.
I do hope you’ll make it out to Lindale sometime! It’s a beautiful part of our country to explore!