Calamity Jane Cabin

The Calamity Jane is a true historic log cabin built pre-1890 and used at times for the stage coach travelers, as a guest house, and even the school teacher for the nearby mining town of Spokane. Its authenticity has kept alive the spirit of its age bringing its visitors back to a more simple and many ways cozy and romantic age of mankind.

The Calamity Jane Cabin has an outdoor deck for dining or just relaxing. This building sleeps up to three with a comfortable queen and a single bed. There is a table and chairs for nightly cards games. It has been maintained and upgraded to include a shower and toilet, and a small kitchen equipped with refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and hot plate. A hand stacked rock fireplace is the central feature of this genuine historic log building.is supplied with breakfast fixings that include fresh fruit, juice, coffee, milk, pastries and a variety of cereals.  We have access to free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, & heating. There is no cable TV in any of our cabins but upon request, a 32″ Roku TV can be provided during your stay. Check in is at 4:00pm. Given our full house and small staff, we ask that you do not arrive early. Late check in is fine but please notify us so we can make sure the cabin lights are turned on and the door unlocked.

*No Age requirement for the Carriage House; on the property is a swing set and other outdoor equipment for children to use including a large meadow on the property.

**Unfortunately, due to many considerations and despite our love of animals, we do not allow pets in our cabins.

$145/night (3 Night Minimum Reservation)

Designed by Gideon Oakes