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Rustic Rental on Ranch near John Day Fossil Beds Monument in Oregon

Fossil, Oregon (United States)

Rustic Rental on Ranch near John Day Fossil Beds Monument in Oregon

New accommodation
Nature Lodge
4 guests
Bathroom
Private room

Located about an hour away from the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, this rustic room rental on a century-old ranch in Oregon is perfect for the ultimate rural getaway. With knotty pine paneling, horseshoe hangers, and horn lamps, the rustic elegance of this room accompanies the overall essence of the cattle ranch.

Featuring a king-size bed, as well as a queen-size bed, this rental can accommodate up to four guests comfortably. The room also has private, full bathroom perfect for taking a steaming hot shower after a day helping out on the ranch and exploring the beautiful terrain. If guests want to spend the afternoon relaxing, they can kick back and switch on the TV before dozing off for an afternoon nap.

Glampers will also have access to the living room in the main part of the house, which has an extensive collection of films, novels, and board games.

Located on a historic cattle and hay ranch, this rustic glamping site affords guests with a majestic setting to enjoy a getaway unlike other. Towels and linens are provided and there is Wi-Fi located throughout. Additionally, there is plenty of parking on the property.

Onsite, guests have access to a communal living room great for relaxing after a long day exploring Oregon’s beautiful rolling pastures. There is a TV with satellite along with an extensive movie library. For those who prefer a good page-turner, there are also several books located in the living room. Guests can also find many different board games in this area.

Glampers also have access to a refrigerator where they can store all their food, a microwave and a BBQ grill great for roasting marshmallows. While guests are responsible their own lunch and dinner, the daily rate includes a delicious ranch breakfast complete with farm fresh eggs and freshly baked pastries. There is complimentary tea, apple cider, and hot chocolate available all day long.

Finally, guests have access to cowboy gear for the duration of their stay. Gear includes boots, hats, and saddlebags, which are a must for many activities, such as horseback riding and cattle herding.

Features and Services

  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Television
  • Shower
  • Deck/Patio
  • Toilet
  • Sink
  • Satellite/Cable
  • Lounge/Living room
  • Dining room

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Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in: 02:00 PM
  • Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No parties
  • Some spaces are shared
Rates are based on double occupancy, thus there is an additional fee of $15 per night per additional person. Additional children are charged the same as adults.

Breakfast is included in the room rate. Breakfast is served family-style at 7:30 am Monday through Friday and at 8:00 am on the weekends. Early breakfast is available upon request. When booking, please alert the staff of any food allergies or special dietary needs.

Smoking is only allowed outside and pets are not allowed under any circumstances.

Cancellations must be communicated via email. All cancellations are subject to a $25 administrative processing fee per room per night. Guests will be responsible for the full reservation amount if they cancel and will have to pay if the manager is unable to fill the room.

Transportation from Pauling Field Airport is available upon request.

Horseback riding is available, but guests must reserve a horse and saddle for the scenic ranch ride in advance. The staff is unable to guarantee horseback riding unless prior arrangements have been made. The rate is $55 for the first hour and $30 for each additional hour. If guests need to cancel their ride, cancellations must be received by 6 pm the day before the scheduled ride. Evening rides need to be canceled by 10 am on the same day. If notice is not provided, then the guest is responsible for the cost of their ride.

Check out is at 11 am, however, guests can make special arrangements for late check out.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 7 days
Moderate: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
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Location & Surroundings

Fossil, Oregon (United States)

Detailed location provided after booking

Activities

  • Horseback riding
  • Biking
  • Wildlife watching

From helping out on cattle drive in the open plains to horseback riding through the high dessert hills of Eastern Orgeon, getting in touch with nature and admiring the stunning scenery is unavoidable in this rural oasis. Apart from getting a feel for ranch life by helping complete the daily chores of a cattle ranch, glampers can explore the extensive grounds by cycling and hiking through the rugged terrain. With spectacular views of the juniper and sage covered dessert, guests are sure to spot various animals in their natural habitat making for fantastic photographs.

Taking a sunset horseback ride is the best way to take in the breathtaking sights of the surrounding area, including Cascade Mountain Range, as well as Mt. Hood. Glampers will be awe-inspired as the sky changes to hues of pink and orange as they take in the spectacular views.

For guests who want to venture off the property, the John Day Fossil Beds National monument is about an hour away. Comprised of Clarno, Painted Hills, and Sheep Rock and spread out across a sprawling 19,000 acres, this national treasure conserves the past 55 million years of Earth’s geology, paleontology, and climate. When at the Sheep Rock, glampers can visit the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center, which showcases different fossils, as well as replicas of animals and plants from long ago. There are even exhibits for children to learn about the Earth’s history through time.

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