Cabins

The pioneer Carpenter family built our five cabins in the 1930s. All have electricity and a wood stove. Bathrooms: The five cabins share one full bath and one half bath in the inn. For nightly rates see the chart at the bottom of the page.

The Big Cabin, next to Little Beaver Creek, offers a king bed, an antique potbellied wood stove. Relax on its covered porch on custom aspen furniture; hops plants provide a private shade. Little Beaver Creek can provide soothing burbles.
MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA  Big Cabin 3

FrontCabins 1, 2, 3, and 4 cluster to the west of the inn’s one-story structure.

Cabin 1
Cabin 1 has two twin beds and an antique shepherd’s wood cook stove.
Cabin 2
Cabin 2 has a full bed and a Vermont Casting wood stove with a glass door to watch the fire.
Cabin 3, bed, fire
Cabin 3 has a full bed and a Vermont Casting wood stove with a glass door to watch the fire.
Cabin 4, new quilts
Cabin 4 has two twin beds and a Vermont Casting wood stove with a glass door to watch the fire.

Rates, RoomsCabins2

The custom quilts in Cabins 3 and 4 were made by Wyoming Quilts.

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