Bed & Breakfast during the off-season November 1 – April 30th Family Friendly – kids are welcome. 2 Night Minimum – $149 per night *double occupancy. The premier equestrian destination with horse boarding available. Horse clinics daily – bring your horse with you and improve your horsemanship with the guidance of our professional wranglers. Shuttle available to and from Denver International Airport.
Call the ranch to book your stay 970-437-5345
Bed & Breakfast during the off-season November 1 – April 30th
Family Friendly – kids are welcome.
2 Night Minimum – $149 per night *double occupancy.
The premier equestrian destination with horse boarding available.
Horse clinics daily – bring your horse with you and improve your horsemanship with the guidance of our professional wranglers.
Shuttle available to and from Denver International Airport.
The main lodge is the meeting place for meals, the location of the laundry area, indoor pool, hot tub, gift shop, coffee bar and snack area.
Guests sleep in either the log bunkhouse which was the original homestead on the ranch or in one of the charming log cabin duplexes. The bunkhouse was built in 1897, added onto in 1909 and again in 1921. The bunkhouse has been refitted and modernized with five private bedrooms designed for couples. Each bunkhouse room; the Longreen, the Meadow, the Canyon, the Blackrock, and the Farside have a private bathroom, one queen size bed and a private entrance. Prices for the bunkhouses are based on double occupancy.
Newly constructed log cabin rooms are designed for singles and friends traveling together and have two comfortably sized individual beds. The cabins also have private bathrooms and entrances.
Both the bunkhouse and cabin rooms share excellent views of the meadow where the sunrise greets guests every morning. The porches are favorite gathering spots for early morning coffee or a quiet spot to read a book in the afternoons. The horseshoe pit, roping practice area, hot tub and swimming pool are located nearby.
All bunkhouse and cabin rooms have individual air conditioning and heat control for comfort in all weather. Unlimited hot water soaks away the stiffness and fluffy down filled comforters are snug and cozy. Each room has a mini coffee bar with a coffee maker and all the fixins for coffee, tea and a small refrigerator. Soda pop and baskets of goodies are also available in the main lodge for snacking. Linens and towels are furnished for all rooms including bathrobes and flip flops.
Blackrock (price based on double occupancy): The Blackrock room is located inside the bunkhouse. Decorated with ranch photos, and a saddle; this room is quite comfortable and relaxing. A log queen size bed, dresser drawers, and a rocking chair complete the decor. Despite the rustic western appeal, the bathroom is equipped with a modern sink and tub/shower.
Canyon (price based on double occupancy): The Canyon room; located in the bunkhouse, is our cowboy/trapper’s room with a queen size log bed, dresser drawers, and two comfortable chairs and ottoman. The decorations include antique traps, furs and original western art. The full tub/shower and the unique bucket sink cleverly match the Canyon room’s old tin walls.
Meadow (price based on double occupancy): The Meadow room is decorated in honor of the schoolmarm who resided in the room years ago. Dresser drawers, rocking chair, a queen size bed, and old tins create a very charming atmosphere in the Meadow room. The room also contains a full tub/shower, bucket sink and a southern exposure that ensures lots of sunshine and light.
Longreen (price based on double occupancy): The Longreen room is located in the bunkhouse. Bark on log walls and Saltillo tiles mix well with the queen size log bed and dresser drawers. This room is our most requested room. The Longreen room is also equipped with a full tub/shower and bucket sink.
Far Side: The Far Side room has a north facing entrance and its own private patio. This room also boasts the largest bathroom of all our guest accommodations with a full tub/shower and bucket sink. This room is accented with old photos, a queen size log bed, dresser drawers, two comfortable chairs and ottoman and closet for clothes.
Cabin Rooms: There are 8 log cabin rooms on the ranch. Each has a private bathroom with a shower and bucket sink. Cabin rooms all have two individual beds with down comforters, small coffee bar and refrigerator, individual air conditioning and heating, private porch and parking area. The cabins boast unlimited hot water and are in close proximity to the indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, horseshoe pitching and roping practice area.
Meals are included in the cost of your vacation. Make sure to bring your appetite because three home cooked meals are served each day and snacks are available as desired to keep you full and energized. Hungry cowboys can sit down and dig in to a real ranch meal three times a day. Breakfast meal choices range from eggs, bacon and sausage, cold and hot cereal, fruit, yogurt; occasionally biscuits and gravy or breakfast burritos are also served.
Lunch is normally served in the dining room unless we are out on the trail or at a neighbor’s for the day. Sandwiches and soups, fruit, bread and salad are typical lunch meals. Lunch on the trail is brown bag containing sandwiches, fruit, chips and a dessert.
The evening meal is served in the dining room nightly. Margarita night is on Tuesday evening where the ‘all you can drink’ Margaritas are on the house. Other evening meals may include BBQ ribs, chicken, beef or pork served with appropriate side dishes, bread, salad and dessert. Vegetarian and other special diets are happily catered to with advance notice.