This is our Guest-Room in the Barn
Prices for Barn and Camping
by the River
The main barn next to the farm house has a loft upstairs, that is a little, rustic & friendly guest room for our friends that have the same passion as we do, Horses! The bath room with shower is at the lower level where the tack room is. The lower level is also for ranch use, because it needs to be accessed for all the horse chores that need to be done daily.
The stay at the ranch, sleep in the barn loft
$ 80.- for 1 or 2 people per night
Cleaning fee at the end is $25.-
minimum stay is 2 nights
Ranch breakfast is available by ordering the evening ahead.
Enjoy on the porch of the ranch house (inside if weather is bad) $20.- per person
Coffee or hot Chocolate, juice, our own eggs, bacon, fresh home made bread etc.,
or enjoy french toast with warm cinnamon apples, or muesli with oats, fresh fruits, nuts and seeds for vegetarians
No pets inside the barn, and please take out what you take in! ... and please no mess left behind for these prices!
Read the site for the Ranch Rules before coming to the ranch.
Description of the loft: It has two singe beds, and is only made for one couple or for 2 close friends, because it is a small room. It is not suitable for kids and pets. You can bring your Camper and pet for camping by the river if you like to have your dog or cat with you. The guest room is set up so that 1 or 2 horse-loving friends can come to enjoy or learn more about the Icelandic horse or take riding lessons. Or maybe go sight-seeing or all of it and have a nice little vacation here. There are some links below.
Campsite by the river: on the other side of the river there is a campsite available, all private space, but NO hook-ups, and pets are allowed there. You have to bring our own gear and take out what you take in, no garbage and nothing left behind! Take out what you take in!
This is $ 50.- per night for one camper up to 4 people ( 2 adults and 2 kids) and one vehicle
Payment in cash while check-in at the ranch house. Please read our Ranch Rules first.
There are so many things to do when you stay at the ranch! Bring your camera for wildlife and nature photos, go hiking, biking and exploring in the Carson National Forest, Weminuche National Forest, and nearby Navajo Lake State Park. You can fish, or bring your own boat for paddling, rafting and kayaking the river, or bring your boat for the Navajo Lake at the state park. Go sight-seeing at the ancient ruins at Chimney Rock or Mesa Verde, or enjoy the Hot Springs in Pagosa Springs. Book a train ride on the historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, or go river rafting in Pagosa or Durango. There are some links below.Horseback trail riding lessons are available for intermediate to advanced riders.( see the info about riding and weight limits on the Riding page).
You can send me a e-mail by clicking on the link below.
Here below are links on *what to do and what to go see!*
Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
or maybe you like to go Fishing the river on the ranch