This cabin was hauled from the mountains near White Sulphur, MT and listed in a local paper for sale. As luck would have it, I bought it and we hauled it here. The sheepherder who lived in this cabin was Ray Wallery. His writings are framed on the walls and his name is on a bench in the cabin with the date of 1962. I only wish I had a photo of him to hang up too!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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The vibe at Sheepherder's Cabin
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We stayed here one night, and the cabin is just as charming and cozy as it appears in the picture. LaVonne has added some nice touches, such a solar lamp for light, while still maintaining a comfortable, rustic feel. We loved the fact that the cabin is situated near all the animals as well, it was great having all the sheep, chickens - and yes, even pigs and a llama! - nearby. It made for a great atmosphere!
The cabin is nice and close to both the outdoor shower and the outhouse, which were both built well and nicely maintained. Also, there's a huge field, and one of the best (and biggest!) fire pits we'd seen, complete with a pile of wood and some stumps for seating. We had a great time here, and LaVonne is an extremely pleasant and helpful hostess. Highly recommend this cabin, and LaVonne's property in general!