Spahn's Bighorn Mountain B&B - Cabins

Homestead Cabin

Homestead CabinThe Homestead Cabin was built for weekending when the kids were young and we still lived in Sheridan.

  • There is a shower bath.

  • It has a main room with a cozy sitting by the Franklin stove and eating areas and modest kitchen.

  • Although cabin guests have breakfast at the main house with the other guests, there is a modest kitchen with linens and dishes provided.

  • There is a first floor separate bedroom with a queen-sized antique iron bed.

  • The second floor loft is kid-sized, but big enough for adults. It has two double beds.

The cabin is located at the edge of the pine forest where the rangeland extends across the Sheridan valley and far into Montana. From the front porch you can see Sheridan fifteen miles away, and beyond far across the Crow Indian Reservation to a place that's one hundred miles away. It's a five-minute walk from the main house (or you can drive (!)), and there are no other inhabited buildings in sight except houses in the valley far below.  The cabin is solar-powered. It runs on batteries that are powered by the sun.

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Eagles Nest Cabin

Eagles Nest CabinThe Eagles Nest Cabin is a tiny secluded romantic cabin located all by itself at the end of a ten-minute scenic forest trail. The cabin is situated in whispering pines at the upper end of a hidden canyon bounded on one side by sandstone cliffs. You can't drive there- we haul your luggage. The Eagles Nest Cabin is made to order for folks who appreciate the experience of a pristine mountain setting but don't care to give up the comforts of a hot shower and a queen-size bed.

The cabin has a shower bath with hot and cold running water. Ruffled curtains and country quilts on the queen-size bed lend genteel atmosphere to the wilderness setting.

Outside on the porch are two chairs and a view to die for looking down through the canyon across the Little Goose Valley to the mountain ridge beyond.

The Eagles Nest accommodates only one or two people. If they're feeling social they can join other guests in the main lodge or on the deck, but when it's time for solitude the cabin is a secluded retreat. Cabin guests have breakfast with the other guests in the main dining room.

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