What do our cabins in the woods look like on the inside?
The sixteen cabins in the woods at Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa are nestled in the pines roughly a half mile from our base area on the ridge above Ranch Creek and near one of our fly fishing ponds. Ranging in size from 675 square feet to 2,200 square feet, each has an EPA-rated wood burning fireplace, environmentally friendly geothermally heated floors, and plenty of charm. (The Environmental Protection Agency recognized our environmentally conscious efforts with an award in 2004.)
The furnishings in each cabin are unique, reflecting the colorful history of the Ranch and of raw Colorado itself. From artifacts and blankets in the tradition of the Ute Indians who walked this land, to American oak dining tables and Englemann Spruce logs harvested in Colorado, the furnishings and décor are both authentic and comfortable.
When it's time for dinner, you can work up an appetite by skiing or snowshoeing in the winter on our lighted trail to Ranch House Restaurant or Heck's Tavern in the Lodge. Or if you would rather relax and enjoy the star-filled sky, take a horse-drawn sleigh or carriage ride there and back.
The cabins offer kitchen necessities, fluffy bathrobes, board games, an IPOD docking station and hair dryers. Guests of the cabins are also provided with complimentary high-speed internet access. There are so many things to do inside and out of our cabins most guests don't even miss that they don't have televisions. We do offer portable monitors and DVDs for cozy movie nights, just ask your guest services agent at check-in.