The Cowboy Bunkhouse is a Western Hostel (Private rooms with shared kitchens, bathrooms, and showers) where guests can experience the Old West by sleeping in bunks, visiting with other travelers, and getting suggestions on where to go from the Trail Boss. You can relax with a book in the Parlor, sing around the old piano in the Sarsaparilla Saloon, and pick your own fresh veggies from the garden for dinner. Learn the history of REAL American Cowboys. Where weary travelers leave as friends.
This room is furnished with 1 double bed and 1 twin bed & mattresses, 2 chairs, and a small desk. Also a mattress cover & sheets, blanket, pillow & pillowcase, and 1 towel per guest. If you need an extra blanket, just ask. Keep in mind, we are a “Green" facility and would like to keep the laundry to a minimum. So you will be given one towel and one set of sheets per person for your stay.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to lounge areas, kitchens, living room, library, dog walking area, playground, and game room. There are also hiking areas behind the building to see a great view of town.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live on site and are available 24/7 if needed. It is a large building so I can be found through my cell phone at any time.
A fully equipped Self-catering kitchen is open at any time with standard kitchen staples provided. Pantry and refrigerator space are available to store food supplies purchased at the local grocery store. NOTE: Alcohol is not permitted on the premises. A Free Breakfast Bar is served between 8 and 10 am.
Please be aware: Because we cater to youth groups, NO alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or public displays of affection are permitted on the premises. You will be asked to sign an agreement to this at check-in.
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I grew up on a cattle ranch in the heart of the National Parks: Zion, Bryce, Lake Powell, Grand Canyon, Capitol Reef, and the Grand Staircase. I love camping, hiking, biking, and traveling. Meeting new people and being of service is why I opened The Cowboy Bunkhouse.