Ultra ranches, continued
How do you define ultra? Ask the dictionary?
1. going beyond what is usual or ordinary; excessive; extreme.
Well, when it comes to ranch resorts, we don’t need a dictionary to define ultra. Just visit The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek Ranch. Or look at the website description and it’ll get your heart pumping: “With inspired names like “Grand View” and “Rainbow,” the Wyoming cabins feature stunning views of the sprawling ranch landscape, plush furnishings, refined Western décor and modern amenities for a most luxurious and comforting stay.”
And clearly, the cabins at the Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch have it all, from sumptuous king beds to cozy bunks, the features in each of the Wyoming log cabins ensure a restful stay for your boutique resort. Nine luxurious Log Cabin Residences, range in size from 2-3 bedrooms and including full kitchens with dining areas, spacious living areas with potbelly stoves or fireplaces, washers/dryers and two bathrooms with tub/shower combos.
But a dude ranch resort is much more than a cabin, no matter how nice that cabin may be. And Brush Creek Ranch brings it. With fly fishing, hunting and shooting, riding, trail adventures (from hiking to biking and Nordic skiing), there is so much to do here. Check out some of the testimonials:
“From the moment we arrived at the Lodge we were embraced and warmly introduced to world class service. We went with no expectations and left planning the next few trips back. The setting itself was amazing, hand picked by the owner of the property as his personal & family retreat. The staff were all highly qualified & attentive to our every need. Every morning & throughout every day, the staff would greet us with an accommodating…”so what would you like your day to look like now.”
“It was the best vacation we have had since our honeymoon! While my husband spent his days adventuring around the Ranch snowmobiling, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing and at the shooting range, I spent my time enjoying the spa treatments, yoga and reading by the fire. We would reconnect at 4pm in the Saloon and catch up on each others day. Then we would listen to live music, dance and enjoy and then head out to dinner in the Lodge. The food was second to none. Each meal surpassing the previous in terms of flavor and presentation.”
Details: Season: May 25-October 20; December 21-January 1;Feb 2-March 31. Capacity: 180. 2013 Rates: from $900-$5000 per night, per unit based on standard occupancy and includes: accommodations, on-ranch activities, meals, premium beer, wines, and spirits, plus guides and gear. for more, go to Ranchweb.com