Sweet little sheepherder's cabin we rescued. It belonged to a sheep herder named Ray Wallery in the 50's and 60's. No electricity.
We are fully-licensed farm stay.
It is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families, but the cabin only sleeps two.
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The bed is a double, which was upgraded from the single Ray Wallery would have used. It's not a huge space, but is cozy and endearing. Ray left some sweet messages on the walls, which I have framed with antique frames. His handy work is also scribed on a bench, Ray Wallery 1962. Moved from the mountains where he inhabited it, I think he'd probably shake his head at the fact that we are renting his old cabin out to people from all over the world.
There is no AC.
We have an outdoor shower house with heat-on-demand water as well as a composting outhouse. Wifi is available at the house.
Interaction with guests
As much or as little as you like! You're welcome to wander around, enjoy the animals, help with chores or not. It's entirely up to you.
Other things to note
If you need to arrive late, it's not a problem. I can give you exact directions to the farm and you can let yourself "in".
Please note: if you have Sprint or T-mobile, there is no service here in MT. You will need to print off or write down directions.
Included in the cabin.
Farmer, animal lover, farmstay host. I enjoy turning my wool into things people love. I am a home body and I really enjoy being home so I love that the world comes to me! We have had guests from 23 countries. I have found that I thoroughly enjoy preparing for guests and hope they enjoy their time here on the farm.
We are in our 7th year as hosts, 5 with airbnb. Often copied, never duplicated!
Kindness matters. The world needs more of it. I have so many friends yet to meet and I love meeting our guests!