Bluebird Cabin measures 88sq m, and has one bedroom with a king-size canopy bed and twin pull-out beds. There is a living space with a hidden flatscreen TV, and the bathroom has a bath tub and an eight-person sauna. Outside, the heated porch offers up views of Rock Creek.
Nine, individually decorated, wild-west-style ranch rooms make up Granite Lodge, a standalone property overlooking Rock Creek Valley. Ranging from 29sq m to 39sq m in size, rooms are decorated with warm woods, multi-coloured fabrics and custom-made furnishings and the odd cow hide and bear skin for an air of retro Americana. The bathroom has either a bath tub or shower, and all rooms have WiFi and a minibar. Some rooms would suit a larger party or family – Mustang has two queen beds, and both Remington and Winchester have pull-out sofa beds. Colt’s double bed can be converted into two singles, and this room can interconnect with Springfield to form a two-bedroom family suite. Upper-level rooms have a vast valley view, and lower-level rooms have private courtyard access.
These 58sq m cabins are positioned close to the river, with screened porches and decks, and views of the river and mountains. The main room has a king-size bed,or two queen beds, gas fireplace, and a comfy seating area with a pull-out bed. Each cabin has a private bathroom in the bathhouse, accessed via a short walkway. The cabins are styled with a Western theme: lots of glossy golden wood, animal hide, patterned fabrics, and shots of red.
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Set in the 19th-century barn, the 36sq m Wrangler has a bedroom with a queen-size bed, a sitting area, and a covered porch with views of the meadow. The Bunkhouse measures 86sq m, and is located in the 19th-century barn. There are three sets of bunk beds and a queen-size sofa bed. There’s a sitting area with games and a game table, and a bathroom equipped with two showers. The style is distinctly Western: lots of glossy golden wood, animal hide, patterned fabrics, and shots of red.
This 69sq m cabin is a three-minute drive (or 10-minute bike ride) from Granite Lodge. The bedroom has a king-size bed, and a spacious bathroom with a tiled shower. There’s also a small kitchen with a fridge and wine cooler, and a patio with a hot tub overlooking the creek. The cabin is styled with a Western theme: lots of glossy golden wood, animal hide, patterned fabrics, and shots of red.
On the lower level of the barn, this spacious room is ideal for kids, and can sleep between six and eight people. There are three sets of twin-size bunk beds and a queen-size pullout bed, as well as a sitting area with a game table. The extra-large ensuite has two showers.
Set in the hayloft of the 19th-century barn, this 65sq m loft can sleep up to four people beneath its exposed rafters and high ceilings, and has a spacious outdoor porch. The open space has a king-size bed, queen-size pullout sofa, large TV, gaming table and stereo. The ensuite has an oversize marble shower and a slipper tub large enough to hold two people.
These 75sq m cabins are positioned close to the creek, with screened porches and a creek-facing deck, and views of the river and mountains. The main room has a king-size bed; each has a second bedroom with two twin beds. Two cabins also have a trundle bed to accommodate a fifth person. Each cabin has a private bathroom attached to the cabin, as well as a separate personal bathroom in the bathhouse, accessed via a short walkway. The cabins are styled with a Western theme: lots of glossy golden wood, animal hide, patterned fabrics, and shots of red.
Housing up to six people, this two-storey cabin is steps from Rock Creek. Downstairs, the king-size master suite has a leather headboard and wood-panelled walls, along with a full ensuite with a soaking tub and separate shower. There is also a living room with a couch, table and set of board games. Upstairs, there are two sets of twin-size bunkbeds and another ensuite. The front porch has rocking chairs, with a chef’s garden to the side. The cabin is styled with a Western theme: lots of glossy golden wood, animal hide, patterned fabrics, and shots of red. There is an iPod dock, along with a minibar and a host of Red Flower bath products.
Sleeping between four and seven, this cabin has two king-size master suites, each with a full ensuite (including a clawfoot tub) and access to a private back deck with views of the valley. Each master bedroom has a day-bed for reading, one has a trundle bed that can accommodate another guest. Set across from the Granite Lodge, the cabin has a kitchenette and a spacious living room with a large stone fireplace. The space is decorated with leather furniture, dark colours and splashes of red.
This two-bedroom luxury tent is on the banks of Rock Creek and has a private deck with an alfresco cedar soaking tub. Each of the two master suites has a king-size bed, a twin trundle bed, a gas fireplace and an in-room claw-foot bath tub; each has an ensuite bathroom with a shower too. The main living area is between the two bedrooms and has a cosy lounge area, kitchenette, dining table and wood-burning fireplace.
Set against the hill, across from the Granite Lodge, this three-bedroom house can sleep between six and eight people, and has a large screened-in porch with a fireplace. The master suite has a king-size bed, fireplace and porch with a sitting area; the ensuite has a soaking tub. The second bedroom has a king-size bed, a twin-size daybed, a sitting area and an ensuite with a tub. There is a third bedroom with two twin beds and a twin daybed; this room also has an ensuite with a tub. The cabin comes with a washer and dryer.
A secluded three-bedroom log cabin nestled in the hills, the 231sq m Moose House overlooks Rock Creek Valley and sleeps up to nine people. On the ground floor is the master suite, which has a king-size bed and an ensuite bathroom with a bath tub, shower and twin sinks, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, full kitchen and laundry facilities; and a powder room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms: one with a double bed (or twins, on request) and a day-bed, and another with two queen beds. The upstairs bedrooms share a bathroom. Outside, a sweeping deck has a seating area and a hot tub facing Mary Beth’s Peak, and a front porch which overlooks a spacious lawn. The house has free WiFi, and the kitchen fridge is restocked daily.
This 247sq m log house sleeps 6–10 in a building set slightly apart from the main lodge. There are two bedrooms downstairs, one with a double bed, one with twins, and a bathroom with a bath tub. Upstairs, there’s a master suite with a king-size bed and an ensuite bathroom. Two more bedrooms are located on this floor, each with a queen-size bed and an ensuite. Other features include a kitchen, dining area, sun porch, deck with hot tub, laundry room and a living room with a fireplace. The house is styled with a Western theme: lots of glossy golden wood, animal hide, patterned fabrics, and shots of red.
Set across from the Granite Lodge and the swimming pool area, with views of the valley, this two-storey cabin can sleep up to 10 people. The master bedroom, on the main level, has with a king bed, large windows, a private deck and an oversize leather chair. Sliding wood doors open up to the ensuite, which has a deep copper soaking tub and a shower. Across the main floor, there is another bedroom with a queen-size bed and a private bath. There is a living room, a full kitchen with a gas stove, and a dining area. Downstairs, there is a separate master suite with a full ensuite. The second downstairs bedroom has two sets of bunk beds, with a queen bed on the bottom and twin bed on top. The cabin has full laundry facilities, and is decorated in muted prairie tones, with leather furniture, animal hide and glossy golden wood.