We have four unique cabins, and four guest rooms inside the historic Butler-Cape House (pre-1850.) Combo rates for two or more rooms or cabins are available. All lodging is priced per room, not per person and it includes a hearty breakfast served in the Butler-Cape House.

The Overlook Suite

Romantic cedar cabin features handmade french doors leading to a long private balcony with the best views of the Ranch. It has a comfy queen bed and it’s the only lodging guaranteed to have a private bath. The suite is appointed with an oversized leather sofa, antique end tables, wood stove, antique kitchen table and chairs. The kitchenette has vintage dishes, a Mexican copper pot sink, a microwave, coffee pot and small refrigerator. The private bath has an 1824 claw foot tub and old stained glass windows collected around North Georgia. Wood stove and A/C. It’s our most spacious and private lodging. Pet friendly.

$195 + tax per night.

Saddle House

Built for our saddles and our cowboys, the Saddle House is perfect for families, or groups. It has four large wooden bunk beds built into the wall and a large round table and chairs great for meals, games or just relaxing. Comes with kids’ games and of course, our best saddles and tack on the walls. Big buck wood stove which originally heated the entire Butler-Cape House keeps it cozy in cool weather. A/C. Porch with hand-hewn wooden chairs. The bath, which connects to the Porch Cabin, has a large tiled shower and plenty of space.

$145 + tax per night. Pet friendly.

Porch Cabin

This cozy but rustic cabin has a queen bed, bistro table and chairs, and a seating area in front of the wood stove. Outside, adirondack chairs, a chiminea and a swing hung from one of our ancient oaks give you a place to relax. The cabin features stained glass, antiques and adjoins the bath described above. A/C. Perfect for couples on their own or adults who have children in the Saddle House.

$145 + tax per night. Pet friendly.

Cowboy Cabin

Our most primitive cabin is one of our most popular because you will truly step back in time. It’s a historic replica of what westerners would call a “line shack”, a cabin for cowboys who are wintering over on a remote part of a huge ranch. Constructed of wood from an 1832 structure, it sits on the pasture line. Shuttered windows open up to rolling pasture and stock grazing. Our horses like to stop by to check out new guests. Handmade cedar double bed, handmade table and benches and a wood stove. There is no power, so guests use candles and lamps, the old way. Full bath is the Butler-Cape House, about a three minute walk.

$85 + tax per night. Pet friendly.