Built in the 1920's, the historic Summer Cabin features unparalleled rustic charm. There are four comfortable bedrooms - two with king beds and two with twin beds - some featuring stone fireplaces and spectacular mountain views. Sit on one of the beautiful porches and read a book or just enjoy the view. In addition to the authentic western living room, the Summer Cabin offers three bathrooms and a kitchenette with a washer/dryer. Just steps away, in the main barnyard, you will have exclusive use of the Cook House, featuring a well-appointed commercial kitchen and dining room where you can prepare meals at your leisure. With advance notice, arrangements can be made to have a local chef coordinate and prepare your meals.
The historic Russell Cabin is a one-room log structure located in the heart of the main barnyard. The rustic charm is found in every detail, from the beautiful stone fireplace with Russell mantle to the western decor featuring saddles, trunks and western art. A queen-sized bed and additional twin, plus a private en-suite bathroom, comfortably sleeps 2 to 3 people. After an active day, enjoy a quiet evening in the rocking chairs on the front porch.
Named after neighboring early homesteader, Sam Stokke, this cabin is a fully-appointed two bedroom, 1 full bath, home. The Stokke Cabin offers a comfortable living room, a dining area with a wood burning stove, a mudroom with washer/dryer and a full kitchen. Just across Morris Creek from the main barnyard, this cabin affords beautiful views of the mountains.