Lodging

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Cabins #1, #3, #4 and #5  
(Our basic cabins) $115

Our basic cabin $95.Cabins 3,4,5 and 6 note the the benches around the campfire.Pond in front of the cabins.

Sleeps Five
Modern Bath w/ shower
Kitchenette

Kitchenette in basic cabins.Propane fuled "antique wood stove" style heater.Main bed in basic cabins.Sleeping loft in basic cabins.

For a unique, old-west experience, all of our cabins are made of solid, full round, 10 inch logs with large overhead beams.. Four cabins are 16’ X 20’ with a bathroom built onto the side and an open loft. Each of these also has a covered front deck overlooking a pond, with surrounding mountain views. Enter the sliding glass doors and you find a double bed and closet on one side, and a small sitting area on the other.

Off of the sitting area is a modern bathroom with shower. Also on the main floor are a propane stove or a propane heater, a dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette. The kitchenette has a sink, small refrigerator, 4 burner stove top, microwave oven, toaster, coffee maker, pots/pans, silverware, dishes and utensils.

Each of these cabins also has an open loft with two single beds, or one single and one double bed. We can also provide rollaway beds, cribs and cots with mattresses for additional guests. We want this to be enjoyable for everyone, so we don’t allow more than five adults or older children per cabin since it just gets too crowded. The basic cabins rent for $115 per night for one or two, and $10 for each additional person.

 

Cabin #6 (Our Big Cabin) $155

Cabin #6 (Our Big Cabin) $135

Sleeps Eight
Separate Bedroom w/ Queen Bed
Full Kitchen
Larger Dining room

Dining room in #6 CabinQueen bed in Master Bedroom in Cabin #6.Full kitchen in Cabin #6.Two beds in open loft of Cabin #6.

We have one larger cabin that sleeps up to eight guests. This is an expanded version of our basic cabin. It has a separate bedroom with a queen size bed, a full kitchen, a larger living room with a sleeper sofa, two beds in an open loft, and a larger dining room with a big table. It has a propane heater, but also has an electric heater if needed.  This cabin has a wrap-around, covered deck overlooking a pond and small stream, a deluxe sleeper sofa and its own gas grill.  It rents for $155 per night for two, and $10 for each additional person.

 

Cabin #7 (Our Deluxe Cabin) $135

Note:  This cabin is currently occupied by a family member and is unavailable to our guests.

Sleeps up to Five
Separate Bedroom w/ Queen Bed
Larger Living Room
Full Kitchen
Large Bathroom w/ Washer & Dryer
Air Conditioning

Log bed in Master Bedroom in Cabin #7.Full kitchen with stove/oven in Cabin #7.Upgraded sleeper-sofa in Living Room of Cabin #7.Large bathroom with washer & dryer in Cabin #7.

We also have a newly remodeled, larger cabin that has a separate bedroom with a queen sized log bed; a larger living room; a bathroom with shower, a full kitchen with stove/oven and large refrigerator; and a large bathroom that also includes a washer and dryer. This cabin also has its own gas grill and an uncovered deck that overlooks horse pastures and the Bitterroot Mountains. The upgraded sleeper sofa in the living room opens up for a second bed. This is a good cabin for those wanting more privacy for sleeping arrangements or for those who are staying longer and have need of laundry facilities. This cabin also has air conditioning. It rents for $135 per night for one or two, and $10 for each additional person.

 


Cabin Provisions

We provide coffee filters, dish soap, bar soap and shampoo. We also provide all linens, (but not daily housekeeping.) The cabins have electricity, clocks, radios, books, magazines, puzzles and table games, but do not have televisions or telephones. Usually, by the second or third day, our guests tell us they are glad that they don’t have phones and TV’s. Some cells phones work on the ranch. Others require a drive down the valley to reach a signal. We have a telephone in the office for guests to use, should that need arise.

 

Check-In and Check-Out Times

Check-In Time is 2:00 p.m. Check-Out Time is 10:00 a.m. unless approved in advance by the hosts. Please adhere to these times so that we can have time to clean the cabins before the next guests arrive.

 

"What a beautiful place! I really thought I would miss CNN—not a chance! The cabins are charming and the breath taking scenery is unforgettable. Thanks Tom and Brenda!"

Susan
Crown Point, Indiana
 

"Great history! Love the ’55 List of Things to Do.’ Think we did many already and came up with a few ourselves. Loved the pond…wish I had ice skates! We all enjoyed the train. It was great being so far from everything…very relaxing without cell phone service. Thank you for being great hosts and we hope to be back again."

Jennifer
Portland State Snowboard Club

 

"The cabin is great! Clean, homey and very comfy. Great scenery & the train was an added bonus. We loved it. Thanks!"

Lindsey & Sherry
Fayetteville, Tennessee

 

"This was a great dad/daughter retreat! We’ll bring the whole family next time."

Chris & Lauren
Spokane, Washington
 

"Perfect for our family to hang out and share/make memories. Thanks."

Mark & Christina and family
Ismay, Montana

 

"This is a super place to come to to see God’s awesome creation! The cabins are perfect and the hosts are so friendly and helpful. We will be making more trips here and telling our friends."

The Half Wild Rose Prayer Group Gang
Diana, Nancy, Sarah, Sally Jo, Carole and Debbie
Colbert, Washington

 

"What a totally delightful place to stay. Warm, cozy cabin that is clean and cute. Very kind and warm people who own it. Thank you for everything."

Steve, Margo, Sean and Kevin
Long Beach, California

 

"Beautiful, peaceful property you have here! We look forward to coming back in the future, hopefully when we can stay longer. Thanks much!"

Robert, Brianna, Madison, Melody, Jaidyn & Clayton
Mesa, Arizona