Five Star Rustic- Cool Cabins at USA Dude Ranches
Like staying in historic buildings or cozy log cabins? Looking for a quintessential cabin in the woods? Want awesome diggs on your next ranch getaway? Check out the architecture and design of these cool cabins at dude ranches across the USA that you may want to visit.
At Mountain Sky Guest Ranch in Montana, guests stay in historic cabins dating back to the 1920's that have been refurbished to include modern amenities without losing their individual character or charm. Stone fireplaces, picture windows with stunning views, and falling asleep to the sounds of a mountain stream are just some of the cozy attractions.
Many of the log cabins at T Cross Ranch in Dubois, Wyoming were built in the 1930's. Each unique, cozy cabin features special touches, like private proches, stone fireplaces and wood burning stoves. Work done to repair and keep up these special buildings is done using historically accurate materials, like wooden nails.
The Ranch at Rock Creek's custom cabins combine Western ranch style with the top-notch amenities. Each cabin accommodation is unique, built to fit a variety of group sizes and personalities and located in a beautiful setting. One example is the Trapper Cabin, built using a combination of canvas, stone and wood. Guests have their own private spot on the banks of Rock Creek–– a great place for fly fishing. Special Trapper Cabin amenities include gas fireplaces, wine coolers and a custom soaking tub located on the porch for optimal relaxation and late-night star gazing after a day outdoors.
Great for families, C Lazy U Ranch in Granby, Colorado has plush cabins featuring multiple, spacious rooms decorated with rustic Colorado elegance. Special cabin additions include fireplaces, pillow top mattresses, iHome docking stations and jetted tubs. Many of the cabins have been created using environmentally friendly materials, including reclaimed beetle-kill timber milled at the ranch.
You can definitely get your own cabin in the woods at The Home Ranch, complete with your own porch and hot tub. Individually sized and decorated, cabins feature different amenities, including wood-burning stoves, armoires and writing desks, Native American rugs, and plush down comforters.