Part of what makes Steen’s Mountain Guest Ranch unique is that you really become part of the crew.   We eat at the same table, work under the same sky, and sleep under the same roof.  Tim, Seth, Dan, and Susan O’Crowley worked together to build their “home on the range,” and are pleased to offer you a room under their own roof.  Built in 2011, the home is “headquarters” to the guest ranch; it is open, comfortable and spacious.  Guests will stay in one of three upstairs bedrooms, each of which has its own door leading outside. Rooms are comfortable, but not plush, as little in a cowboy’s experience can truly be considered “cushy.”

A washer and dryer are also available for your use (no, not even real cowboys use washboards anymore).  A bathroom upstairs (shared by all guests) is outfitted with basic toiletries, and there is a separate room with a shower and jetted tub.  Personal “extras,” such as hair dryers, etc., are not provided—if you can’t live without it, you’d better pack it and bring it!