Cabins at our Luxury Cabin Resort in Colorado
Take a look at the map of the Ranch. You can get an idea of where the cabins are located compared to others. Everything is a short 5 minute walk to the lodge.
Studio Cabin with Sleeping Loft
Ideal for a couple or a family of 3 or 4
Charming and whimsical Roo, named after the sweet little character from “Winnie The Pooh”, is a cozy studio cabin with a queen bed, a wonderful sleeping loft with a twin bed, and another twin bed in the alcove. It includes a small seating area, a wood stove, a writing desk and its own jacuzzi on the deck. Roo is an ideal cabin for a couple or a family of three or four. Roo has the advantage of being the closest cabin to the lodge and is always stocked with homemade chocolate chip cookies.
1 Bedroom Cabin
Just Right For A Couple or a Family of 3 or 4
Kanga is a cozy one-bedroom cabin nestled in the trees overlooking the horse pasture, with a living room and a lovely loft. The bedroom has an ample king bed and a woodstove. The loft has two twin beds, perfect for kids & friends. The living room has two loveseats, an antique dry sink, an armoire and a writing desk. The little desk – modeled after a Molesworth original – is one of Ann Stranahan’s favorite pieces of furniture at the ranch. It makes the perfect little home for a family vacation or a couple’s getaway.
Studio Cabin with Views
Perfect for a Couple or Family of 3 or 4
The Birdhouse cabin is a well-appointed, cozy and complete when it comes to Guest Ranch cabins. The fireplace in the corner is wonderfully romantic. It is surrounded by aspens, with a great view of the horses. It features a queen bed, a snug sitting area, a sleeping alcove with a writing desk and twin bed, and a very special loft with its own twin bed. The alcove configuration makes it work well for a single parent and child, or two adult friends. The loft is highly prized by children of all ages. One of our earliest guests is now through college and grad school and is a highly paid professional. She counts the days until she can come back to Birdhouse, climb up the ladder, and set up house in her loft.
Wonderful for a couple or family of 4
Whistler is a one-bedroom cabin in the aspens, with a living room that looks out over the horses and the pasture. It features a big bedroom with a king-size bed, and a cozy living room with two sofas that can be converted to daybeds. Whistler is the farthest cabin from the Lodge, so it is much loved by those who want privacy amid the aspens and a long walk after dinner.
Happily Accommodates up to a family of 5
Lovely little Sundown sits by itself on the edge of the meadow, looking west towards Sand Mountain, with spectacular views of sunsets across the valley; hence its name. It has one-bedroom with a queen and a twin bed, a living room, and a loft with two twin beds. Sundown was recently remodeled to allow more space in its living room – and also offers a very comfortable sofa bed, if the need arises. It has true treasures on its walls: six fine portraits of Native American chiefs. Part of the famed McKenney-Hall series of lithographs made from the History of Indian Tribes of North America, a collection of oil portraits done from 1837 to 1844. The original oils burned in the Smithsonian fire of 1865, the lithographs are the only record of the remarkable images.
Cheerfully Houses up to a Family of 5
Although it’s the prettiest little cabin, tucked deep amid the Aspens and easy on the eyes, guests always roll their eyes when we tell them they are going to be in Compromise. The name came about because the founders of The Home Ranch, Steve and Ann Stranahan, couldn’t agree on where to place the cabin: Steve wanted it in the aspen grove; Ann wanted it in the meadow. So they compromised.
Comp has its share of inquisitive wildlife. Don’t be surprised if a deer stops by to visit when you are in the hot tub. With one bedroom, a living room, and a loft nestled above, Compromise can accommodate a family of five. The bedroom features a queen bed and twin bed and the loft has two twin beds. Stay here and enjoy the best of both meadow and aspens. No need to compromise.
Accommodates Up to a Family of 6
You smile when you walk into Bunkhouse. Its painted headboards poke loving fun at the cowboy culture and the bedspreads in Bunk have always been a cherry bandana red. “Bunk” is a grand, high-ceilinged Western cabin with two full bedrooms and two baths, separated by a spacious and comfortable living room. The south bedroom has two queen beds; the north bedroom has a queen bed and, of course, a bunkbed. We made a promise to one of our earliest and most loyal guest families to leave the spirit and layout of Bunkhouse intact. And so we have, for 30 years!
An Ample Home For 3 Couples or a Family of 6
Columbine is our Dowager Countess: tall, imposing, impeccably turned out. It has handsome Arts and Crafts tiles and paneling, and a staircase copied from Stickley’s own. The ceilings are high, the proportions ample. It is a house, not a cabin. There are breathtaking views of Sand Mountain from the upstairs front bedroom and from the big wraparound porch.
Our largest and most luxurious cabin features a spacious living room with a stone fireplace and three bedrooms, each with its own bath. The master bedroom downstairs has a king bed and the bathroom has a steam shower. The front bedroom upstairs also has a king bed. The “kid’s room” has two twin beds. The twin beds may be converted into one king bed if needed.