Set on a 140,000-acre working ranch in central Oregon, this remote, family-owned golf resort has just 34 guest accommodations. One- and two-bedroom luxury log cabins feature living rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, a Western décor with Native American blankets and antler chandeliers, fully equipped mini-kitchens and small decks with two-person hot tubs. There are also 18 beautifully designed Ranch House lodgings, however, they are smaller and lack uninterrupted views. The resort’s golf courses include a rare reversible course with two 18-hole tracks, and McVeigh’s Gauntlet, a fun seven holes on which you can opt for a goat caddy. The Lodge building houses the restaurant, a large bar, a saloon and an outdoor terrace. Recently added is a 17,000-square-foot spa encompassing a lap pool, hot tub, fitness center and rock-climbing wall. Usual dude-ranch activities, including wagon rides, horseback riding, target shooting, cattle roundups and goat herding, are offered, as well as Indian cave tours, hiking and biking trails, wine- and scotch-tasting sessions, snowshoeing and fishing. Note that there is no cell service on the property, however, Wi-Fi is available in the rooms.
Luxury Cabin Suite, $820.
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.