© Smith Fork Ranch
Smith Fork Ranch features rustic cabins that have been lovingly restored to their original historic state with an eye for detail. Cabins are furnished with carefully selected Native American art and crafts and primitive antiques, comfortable feather beds with fine linens, en-suite bathrooms with plush towels, handmade soaps and organic lotions. Private porches boast glorious panoramas of the surrounding rugged Rocky Mountain ranges and promise tranquil western-style retreats. Modern amenities in every cabin include handmade soaps, organic lotions and plush robes, hairdryers, and feather beds with fine linens and down comforters.
The two-story Mountain House features four guest bedrooms and a private suite each with a private bathroom, a small fully-equipped kitchenette, a spacious living area with a stone fireplace and handmade Americana furnishings and a wrap-around porch with beautiful views.
Resting on the banks of the Smith Fork River among the cottonwoods and spruce trees, the River House features three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchenette, and a spacious living room with plush sofas. This Great Room also has a river rock fireplace, original art and handmade furnishings from Western and Native American artisans, American primitive antiques, and Navajo rugs. A private summer porch has a hot tub, a daybed/settee, and magnificent views.
Aspen Cabin accommodates four to five people and features striking views from the cabin’s private deck of Smith Fork Ranch’s peaceful meadow and Sleeping Indian Mountain. The cabin features vaulted log ceilings, a gas log stove and antler chandeliers, as well as a king-size bed and a second bedroom with bunk beds.
The oldest of three original guest cabins, Oak Cabin, accommodates four people and boasts rustic, luxurious interiors with board and batten wainscoting, vaulted ceilings, gas/log stoves, two bedrooms with king and queen-size beds and a private bathroom with slate-tiled shower. Magnificent views up the Smith Fork Valley into the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains can be enjoyed from an east-facing deck, while the front porch offers panoramic vistas
The Spruce Cabin is a cozy cabin for two with a whitewashed vaulted ceiling, a spacious sitting room with an antler chandelier, handpicked furnishings and a gas stove. A charming bedroom has a queen-sized bed, and an en-suite slate-tiled bathroom with shower and a front porch and south-facing deck offer spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
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