The Bunkhouse is perfect for inexpensive basic lodging for 8 adults.
There are 2 bedrooms with 2 sets of very sturdy bunk beds in each bedroom.
Bedroom #1 has one single bunk bed (2 single mattresses) and one double bunk bed (2 double mattresses).
Bedroom #2 has 2 single bunk beds (4 single mattresses).
The kitchen is small but efficient. It has a full sized refrigerator and dishwasher. The oven/stove combo is apartment sized. There is an antique cabinet that shelves a service for 8 in plates and silverware, mugs and glassware. The under counter cabinet has a corner ” lazy-susan” for dry food storage. The small kitchen bar, for 4, is good for informal dining.
A modest gathering area contains a comfy sofa and loveseat. A double wooden bench is there so that there is cozy seating for 8. There is a small TV/DVD with 13 local channels/CBS<NBC<ABC etc. (Normally no one really watches TV because there are so many other fun things to do.)
The Bunkhouse is used for a wide variety of adult group activities. Cyclists and runners stay here while they are training on Highway 35. Snowmobile groups stay here on their way to and from the Nobletts snowmobile trailhead.
Cold and wet campers, hunters, fishermen, motorcycles groups, and skiers/snowshoers, work crews and family reunions have all enjoyed the warmth of the Bunkhouse.
We have hosted small quilting-bees, scrapbooking workshops, snowmobile tours, and many families with ( 1-2) parents and (1-6) kids, and families in every combination.
The barnyard pasture is within 30 feet of the doorway and the kids (and adults alike) enjoy getting to know the animals. They usually like to help feed or care for the goats, pigs and chickens, after their original city-fears subside. On rare occasions they have even witnessed the birth of a baby goat.
There is a 2 night minimum stay and many people have rented for days, weeks and months.