Wildfin Lodge, Ashton ID

I am blessed with a lot of amazing people in my life, some of which have amazing vacation homes that they are willing to generously share with me to help support me on my journey.   I liken my stay at the Wildfin Lodge (http://wildfinlodge.com) to winning the road trip Lotto.  Paul and Cindy Nagy built their dream vacation home on the banks of the Henrys Fork (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrys_Fork_(Snake_River)) in Ashton, Idaho.  This place is a mecca for fly fishing and as I relaxed in their lovely home I saw many people float by either on tubes or fishing in small boats.  I had originally thought that I would give fly fishing a try but in the end I decided to use the time at Wildfin to relax and get caught up on my blog writing.

This home was recently completed in May of this year and has been artfully curated from the comfortable leather sofas in the living room to the custom designed log bed in the master bedroom, two places that I spent some time.  The home has custom details wherever you look, Paul designed and worked with a wood carver to create the stunning mantle over the fireplace in the upstairs living room and Cindy personally shopped for all the interiors and has a great eye for design. The home sleeps 17 people in six large spacious rooms, has two separate living room areas and a wonderful hot tub with amazing views.

There was only one thing that I didn’t like about this house….and that was that I was alone.  This home is so spectacular it is meant to be shared.

If you are looking for a great luxurious vacation rental please check out Wildfin Lodge.

Wildfin Lodge: 3660 Fishermans Drive, Ashton, ID 83420

info@wildfinlodge.com . facebook.com/wildfinlodge

Cindy & Paul Nagy, my gracious hosts!

Cindy & Paul Nagy, my gracious hosts!

View from the upstairs living room

View from the upstairs living room

View from the couch. :)

View from the couch and a glimpse at the custom mantle. :)

A stroll through Harriman State Park

A stroll through Harriman State Park

A stroll through Harriman State Park

A stroll through Harriman State Park

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