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The Pines Motel * Guest Haus has been in the Nielson family for over 40 years. We're John and Nancy,and our goal is to offer you true hospitality at an affordable price. The atmosphere is that of a small European guesthouse that's surrounded by an acre of tree-covered lawn. Whether your aim is a quick get-away to enjoy that famous Targhee powder, a week exploring the Teton / Yellowstone area or a family reunion (you'll want to book early), we think you'll find yourself at home with us.

 What We Offer:

      o  En-suite bathrooms in nearly every room                         o  Chemical-free outdoor Jacuzzi

      o  Now recycling with in-room recycling bins                        Gas grill and picnic area  

      o  Children and pets welcome                                               In-room refrigerators and microwaves

      o  One-block walk to downtown Driggs                                 o  Cable TV, phones, Wi-Fi

      We now have the Pines Motel * Guest Haus BlogSpot, if you'd care to see
    what's happening with us when we have the chance to tell you!                 

Where in the world are John and Nancy #1

posted Nov 30, 2013, 6:41 PM by Nancy Nielson   [ updated Dec 8, 2013, 12:23 PM ]

Who recognizes this hot springs?  The first person to correctly identify where we are will win a free room for two at our motel.  Post your response here, or drop us an email !  The pool is located in which town and state?
Winners:  Dillon and Rachel Jenkins from Montana
We were at the Lava Hot Springs Inn in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho.


posted Jul 13, 2013, 4:24 PM by Nancy Nielson   [ updated Nov 30, 2013, 6:09 PM ]

    We're moving into a new phase of recycling at last, thanks to the suggestions and encouragement of many of you.  We've put recycling "bins" in each motel room with a "RECYLE HERE" sign.  We can take aluminum, glass, plastics #1 & #2, newspapers, and corrugated cardboard--the usual small town stuff.  Thank you!

Survey Question: Should we opt for online reservations?

posted Jun 16, 2013, 2:20 PM by Nancy Nielson

We're not sure whether or not to try our hand at online reservations, and would like feedback from our guests about this idea.  Please let us know what you think in the comments section.

posted Dec 21, 2009, 6:18 PM by Mark L   [ updated Dec 21, 2009, 6:20 PM ]

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