Wyoming, United States
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch is an exclusive, independent guest ranch set amid a century-old working cattle ranch outside of Saratoga in south central Wyoming's North Platte River Valley. Sitting on 13,000 acres and bordering a million acres of federal wild lands, Brush Creek Ranch's Grand Lodge and collection of new and renovated historic guest cabins and quarters are open to destination weddings, private corporate events as well as group and family retreats. Offering an unsurpassed, all-inclusive adventure experience, The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek Ranch provides a genuine Western spirit of hospitality and a vast array of outdoor activities that, coupled with an inspiring landscape and a dedication to sustainable ranching, come together to create a new icon in luxury Western destinations.
|Location:||Four hours northwest of Denver, one hour west of Laramie, 13 miles northeast of Saratoga.|
|Rates:||•Lodge Rooms ranging from $720 per night to $1,300 per night, dependent on season.
•Cabin Rooms & Suites ranging from $720 per night to $1,600, dependent on season.
•Log Cabin Residences ranging from $1,800 per night to $6,600, dependent on season.
*Rates are all-inclusive and include accommodations, on-ranch activities, meals, premium beer, wines, and spirits. Excludes spa services and off-ranch activities, 10% ranch fee and taxes.
|Minimum Stay:||Two nights during low season, three nights during peak season.|
|Fly Fishing:||All guests at The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch have limitless access to the private blue ribbon waters of Brush Creek, known for its award-winning trout fishing, and adjacent private waters access on the Platte River. The fly-fishing excursions are guided and all equipment is provided. In order to ensure individual attention, Brush Creek Ranch provides one guide for every two people. In-depth instruction is provided on casting for those who need it. For those who don’t, experienced anglers are welcome to venture out on their own for a more solitary experience after just one trip with a guide. Also available is pond fishing, float fishing and off-site elite fly-fishing experiences. As part of the fly-fishing experience, each angler is given an introduction to Brush Creek itself and information about how the Ranch has restored the area and given significant time and consideration to creating a sustainability plan to protect its waters. After a day spent in waders, guests are often invited to join guides back at the Ranch’s Saloon for fish-swapping stories and refreshments.|
|Transportation:||Airport transfers from Laramie, Cheyenne, & Saratoga upon request. Additional fees may apply, please call for information.|
|Lodging:||The luxurious accommodations (composed of newly constructed rooms, as well as restored century-old log cabins) and refined western decor at The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch have their own personality and thoughtful touches, inspired by the natural beauty of the Ranch and it’s Wyoming heritage. The accommodations are among the most impressive and varied in the West, with a total of 37 refined spaces for 150 guests that include Log Cabin Residences, Trailhead Lodge Rooms and Cabin Rooms & Suites all complete with luxury amenities.
Off the main Lodge are 13 Trailhead Lodge Rooms, featuring panoramic views of the Medicine Bow, single or double beds with 400 thread count sheets, granite topped coffee stations and easy access to all Lodge amenities.
Additionally, 15 Log Cabin Residences range in size from 2- to 3-bedrooms and include full kitchen with dining area, spacious living area with potbelly stove or fireplace, washer/dryer and two bathrooms with tub/shower combo.
The 9 Cabin Rooms & Suites offer unique, themed rooms that incorporate a Western vibe and décor within their ample space. The accommodations at Brush Creek Ranch have been thoughtfully designed by award-winning interior design firm Simeone Deary Design Group.
|Food/Dining:||A variety of dining options are available from casual to sophisticated and the culinary team can create unique and unusual culinary experiences for any group in a variety of settings throughout the Ranch. From cookouts along Brush Creek, to picnic lunches and “sundowner” cocktails, they’ll ensure guests enjoy inspired culinary experiences.
The Trailhead Great Room is located in the Lodge and boasts 28-foot ceilings, including a huge open-hearth fireplace, bar, culinary exhibition kitchen, dining and lounge area with expansive views and windows looking towards Bennett Peak. It leads to expansive wrap around decks and to patios and lawn games.
For family-style dining, The Chuck Wagon is a spectacular three-season log structure that features a full kitchen, barbeque and open fire pit for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
For some old fashioned western fun, The Saloon is quintessential western gun slinging saloon, complete with a swinging door, cozy fireplace, billiards, piano, jukebox, 50-inch plasma TV and Karaoke.
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