La Casita Guest House is a histoical residence and is a focal point in the Great Divide 1917 photograph, displayed in the residence. The architecture of the house is unique in that the original room utilizes vertical log construction chinked with feed sacks and a plaster overlay. Original wood floors grace the main room and bedroom. Local sandstone was used for the kitchen floor and for two walls. A large wood stove takes center stage in the main room and provides a homey ambiance. A Spanish bar, back bar, and cowboy rope stools provide additional seating for cards,games or watching satellite tv on a large flatscreen TV. Writing desks and storage chests are also provided. A large ash farm table provides traditional family dining. A vintage kitchen sink, electic stove and full size refrigerator make the kitchen complete. Everything you need for a day or extended stay is provided. Complimentary snacks and coffee are provided. The guest house has one complete bathroom with a tiled tub and shower. Fresh towels are provided daily. Ceiling fans provide gentle cooling in the cathedral-ceilinged main room and bedroom. Two sets of handcrafted cedar bunkbeds and a queen size bed provide sleeping accomodations in the sole bedroom separated from the main room by double French doors. A daybed/sofa provides additional beds in the living area. If you have additional guests, cowboy teepees are available for rent on a daily basis with sleeping bags provided, if needed.