Luxury Ranch Accommodations | Magee Homestead

Historical luxury cabins

Accommodations

Our accommodations are found in a collection of nine historically restored luxury cabin residences and suites with 12 total bedrooms for a maximum of 27 guests. A “Rent the Homestead” reservation of the entire property allows complete exclusivity and the opportunity for children to experience this otherwise adults-only collection of luxury cabins and suites in Wyoming.

Ideal for intimate group gatherings, the two luxury cabin residences feature a two or three-bedroom layout with kitchen facilities, a living area, and two or three bathrooms. Meanwhile, the restored luxury cabin suites offer the perfect romantic cottage setting. Some cabin suites are equipped with a private fireplace and a creekside deck.

Accommodations

Wiant
Tranquility and romance is felt here. Natural light peeks through the cabin’s many windows, adorned with luxurious cream drapery. An antique, white-washed cabinet houses an array of rustic accessories and books. This dreamy cabin is the epitome of modern rustic luxury and shares the same original cabin footprint of the adjacent Downie and Pearce cabin suites.
Quick Facts
1 King Bed324 Sqft.2 Guests
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Book Your Stay
Creating the trip of a lifetime takes a team of dedicated workers. We’re ready to help you plan each and every detail needed for a memorable time with friends or family. Everything from packing lists to activities available during your stay is just a call away.
Kick Your Boots Up & Relax
After a full day of exploration, you’ll be able to retreat to your accommodations, kick your feet up, and relax. Magee Homestead’s Chef de Cuisine, AJ Buchanio, employs an exquisite farm-to-table approach when crafting meals, utilizing fresh ingredients from the Ranch’s greenhouse, and Wagyu beef.
FHR
Beretta
Virtuoso
Preferred Legend
Travel Leisure
Conde Nast
Relais Châteaux
Magee Homestead
6429 WY-130
Saratoga, WY 82331
Brush Creek Ranch is an equal opportunity service provider operating under permits from Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and the State of Wyoming.

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