Krista Kramer & Nils Peterson2014 rates
841 Travois Way (map)
Moscow, ID 83843
Sunday - Thursday: $110/night* ( * plus 8% sales & lodging tax)
Friday - Saturday: $130/night*
(Advance reservations require a 2 night minimum. I will accept single night stays within the week of an available date if my schedule allows. Single night stays will have a $10 surcharge for each extra bed used.)
$675/week* (first week)
$525/week* (2nd & 3rd weeks)
$1725/month* (4th week free)
$170/night * (2 night minimum)
• Jazz Festival • Graduations • Mom's & Dad's Weekends (U of I and WSU)
• Home football weekends (U of I and WSU)
$180/night * (2 night minimum)
• Graduations • Mom's & Dad's Weekends (U of I and WSU)
$170/night * (2 night minimum)
• Jazz Festival • Home football weekends (U of I and WSU)
Check-in / check-out
Check-in is after 2 p.m. and check-out is by 11 a.m. unless otherwise negotiated.
For short stays, we ask for a deposit in the amount of the first night’s stay to hold a reservation. The deposit will be returned in full if a cancellation is made more than a month before the scheduled date. Beyond that, return of a deposit will depend on our ability to rebook the canceled dates.
For stays longer than a week, we ask for a deposit of 30% of the total, refundable if cancellation is made more than a month in advance. A refund for cancellation less than a month in advance will happen only if we are able to rebook stays of equivalent total value during that time period.
Map and parking tips
Food & Cooking:
Cooking is self-service. We stock coffee, teas, sugar, salt and pepper. Your fellow guests have stocked the spice rack and refrigerator with an ever changing set of spices, salad dressing and condiments. The Moscow Food Co-op is located downtown with a wide range of organic, local and hypoallergenic items. Safeway has a store within walking distance of the Barn.
The Peterson Barn is a fully furnished 750 sq. ft. guesthouse in southeast Moscow, Idaho, available by the night, week or month.
In the tradition of English cruck frames, the Peterson Barn was built by hand in 1997 from curved timbers. We felled the trees, cut the joinery by hand, and did a barn raising with about a hundred of our closest friends. Many of the timbers are rescued urban hardwoods and each has a story.
See slideshow of additional photos.
Fully furnished 750 sq. ft. apartment
Loft bedroom (1 queen & 1 double bed)
Queen air mattress available
Kitchen (gas cooktop, microwave, toaster, toaster oven, coffee maker, tea kettle & refrigerator)
Living room/ Gas fireplace
Bathroom with tiled shower
DVD player but no TV signal (leave it all behind)
Smoke-free & pet-free (service animals will be accommodated)
Nearby mall with Safeway and restaurants
On Latah Trail for easy bike/walking access to U of I
Easy bus access to downtown, U of I
Ask about laundry for long stays
From the end of our driveway you can go east 14 miles on the Latah Trail's paved railbed to Troy, ID or west 8 miles via Moscow's Paradise Path to the Chipman Trail's paved railbed to Pullman, WA. There is also off-road biking on Moscow Mountain.
This structure was never actually a barn. It was constructed as a guest house above a two car garage and greenhouse. It was built by hand using a timber frame technique from England called “cruck” frame, where long curved pieces support a ridge pole. Other timber frame projects by Nils Peterson can be seen here.