Cowboy Cabin at Tired Dog Ranch


Entire cabin hosted by Sally

  1. 5 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Cowboy Heaven! Saddle on up to this rootin' tootin' charmer with open beam high peaked knotty pine ceiling, private BR w/queen bed. Loft accessible by Lodge pole ladder to sleeping loft w/1 full bed & 1 twin sleigh bed. Cozy kitchen w/antique fridge, island w/2 saddle seats, table + 4 chairs. LR w/hardwood floor, TV, couch, rocking swivel & stuffed chair, river rock hearth & mantle wood stove w/glass face. Bathroom w/custom tile shower. Dogs allowed in dwelling: $35/dog (max of 2 dogs).

The space
Giddy Up to the Cowboy Cabin, plush with all that is western and rustic, be it the open beam vaulted ceilings with knotty pine, the post and beam construction or the distressed hardwood and large tile floors - many materials used in the construction of this dwelling are recycled or repurposed - lots of history here folks!

The colors are a mix of bright and blooming, or sage brushy and calm - with artifacts and art to settle you in, cowboy style, after a rustling day in the woods or out on the plains. This is the only dwelling with a private bedroom that features a Queen bed for the restless cowhand in all of us. The loft is accessible by pole ladder only; NO children under 10 or those prone to sleep walking in the loft (or sign a waiver holding Tired Dog Ranch, harmless).

The river rock hearth and glass faced wood stove are sweet surrender to the eyes, or plug in a good movie on the flat screen TV perched on the sewing machine your grandma's grandma once used. Saddle up to the bar featuring saddle benches and crack a cold one, or hunker down to a warm meal at the table. Pull out a good book or honky tonk to a CD. Dedicated DISH network, wi-fi with Roku to watch Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, etc or slide in a movie (compliments of TDR) using the DVD player - and if that's not enough, dance your buns off from the selection of CD's and portable player!

Tired Dog Ranch, an 18-acre farm/forest retreat at the edge of the Willamette Forest at the west end of the Cascade Range (Center for Outdoor Recreation!) with year-round Grey Creek as a west property line. Trails both on and off the property provide hiking enjoyment, while garden variety farm critters (horses, dogs, chickens, outdoor cat) can be enjoyed by young and old alike. Ask the chief cowpoke for details here.

Tired Dog Ranch features four Vacation Rentals: Cascadian Cottage (sleeps up to 6 w/three beds - Queen, Full, Full), Cowboy Cabin (sleeps up to 5 w/three beds - Queen, Full, Twin), Celestial Yurt (sleeps up to 4 w/two beds - king and queen pull out couch) and Hen House (sleeps up to 3 w/two beds - king and full futon couch), Campsites with composting toilets, potable water, mortis and tenoned "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" with cook and serve-ware for up to 20, Large fire pit with wrap seating (May through October) in open grassy meadow surrounded by a collosium of evergreens and beautiful view of the constellations. The grounds can accommodate RV parking, equine lodging (12' x 12' paneled mare motels with fresh water barrels, grain bucket, hay net, muck rake and wheelbarrow). Please call for pricing of these additional amenities.

To greet you at check-in is a fully furnished dwelling with fresh ground coffee, teas, free range eggs, real butter & oil, basic condiments, music, wood - kindling - starter and matches for the stove, DISH network, CD's and DVD movies and wi-fi to enjoy after a day of romping on the trails and in the waterways down a path that starts at the red wagon wheel and travels to the rear of the Yurt. Or if you prefer, laze around in the upper meadow, yards or orchard, kick up your paws in the hammock by the Long House and under a tree or at the edge of Grey Creek (west boundary line). Fun can be had romping around the many walking and riding trails on, around and beyond the property boundaries and into the Middle Fork Willamette Forest.

As the name suggests, Tired Dog Ranch is DOG & KID FRIENDLY so bring your two and four legged family members along for fun on the farm and in the forest. There is a $15/per pet/night (maximum of 2). Please notify during your booking process if you are bringing pets, and if so, how many. Additional charges and negative review will be added for non-disclosure and violation of rules of conduct. Neither dog(s) or children under 16-YO can be left in a dwelling without ADULT supervision (no teen baby sitters!) and dogs must remain on leash when on the grounds to the west of the upper meadow, and children remaining cordial around the chickens, cat, dog and horses (no chasing, etc.). You may feed the horses carrots and apples from over the fence (no access into pasture allowed), but please cut them to bite size amounts. Free range chickens amble around the grounds up to the dwellings, though do not venture to the upper meadow where you can let your dog off leash as long as they return to you when called. If a chicken is maimed or killed as a result of your dog attack, there is a charge of $50.

Bringing Pets AND/OR Children under 11 requires that you agree to a damages/security commitment through Airbnb. Please read policy for details. Any damages will be charged. Non-report of broken or damaged items will also receive negative feedback.

The CELESTIAL YURT (sleeps up to 4) features an space-age insulated 30' diameter great room with conical open beam ceiling and sky-lite dome cap, insulated plank floor, full kitchen w/deep sink, propane gas range, apartment size refrigerator; KING bed and Full bed in pull out Couch w/topper; 42" flat screen TV w/blue ray player + streaming video through Direct TV network, wi-fi, DVD, wood stove and dresser storage. $125/night - summer (May-October); $110/night winter (November - April).

The CASCADIAN COTTAGE (sleeps up to 6) features 3 beds, a downstairs great room with wood stove, couch & comfy chairs, TV/VHS/DVD, FULL French Provencial Bed with matching night stands, kitchen w/electric range, double sink, full size refrigerator and storage shelves, microwave caddy with extra cooking utensils, bathroom w/toilet, shower & sink, extra large Maytag washer & dryer, and dining area that seats 6. The upstairs loft includes 1 Queen bed and 1 Full bed. $150/night summer; $135/night winter.

The COWBOY CABIN (sleeps up to 5) features hardwood and ceramic tile floors, glass face wood stove w/custom river rock mantle, vaulted open beam ceiling in LR w/fan/light, comfy Pottery Barn leather couch, padded chair and rocker, dining area seats 4, island with 2 saddle chairs, computer desk, private bedroom w/QUEEN bed; sleeping loft with lodge pole ladder access with Full and Twin Bed. LED TV with Direct TV satellite, DVD's and VHS movies. $135/night summer; $120/night winter.

The CARRIAGE HOUSE - a perfect crash pad for a solo traveler or couple who want a private little hole in the wall. The rear is a studio with kitchen (with under counter fridge, single stainless sink, microwave, 4-burner propane stove, coffee maker and AWESOME views of the pasture and horses), living room with fold out futon couch (full bed), padded chair, table with seating for three), bathroom (toilet and shower - brush your teeth and wash your hands in kitchen sink) AND separate carpeted bedroom with King bed, desk, dresser, leather chair and ottoman, LCD TV with Dish and Wi-Fi, DVD's and VHS. The front foyer is perfect for parking the pooch or other two wheeled, non-motorized family member that will cost more than a child when all is said and done and the obsession has been extinguished. $115/night summer, $100/night winter.

All dwellings except Carriage Hen House are wood stove heated (wood, paper, matches and kindling provided). If you are unfamiliar with that process or a little rusty let me know so I can help you with "Fire-making 101." From there you are on your own so bring the scratch pad ;). Portable heaters can be used as auxiliary heat. The Cowboy Cabin and Cascadian Cottage have ductless heat pumps.

Upper Meadow Campsites at $15/night per Tent Site - One car and 1 tent (maximum of 4 in the party) - access to large fire pit, composting toilets and potable water provided. $25/night for Trailers. Trails and National Forest in immediate area. Minimum 48 hour notice - no exception - 48 hour notice RESERVATION ONLY, NO DROP IN'S - Check in & out at 12:00 p.m. Bring own wood, kindling & paper. No fires during no-burn period. "Leave no trace policy strictly enforced". Summer months only.

"Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" - The perfect solution for "Glampers" - 4 separate hot showers, full kitchen with cook and serve for up to 20 in party, garbage and recycling provided. Seasonally available summer months (April - September). No winter use available. Ask for more details.

Summer months - May - October
Winter months - November - April

The surrounding area boasts of lakes, the North and Middle Fork Willamette River, creeks and streams, hot springs, hundreds of miles of mountain biking and hiking trails, the quiet communities of Oakridge and Westfir playing host to fun and festive summer and winter events. To the east approximately 26 miles is the Willamette Pass Ski Resort with ski lift, featuring a bounty of downhill slopes for all ages and skill levels, and cross country trails that would rival a cougar's tracks. See (URL HIDDEN) for other interesting and inviting events, features of the area, and activities throughout the year.

Diamond Express, a subsidiary of the Lane Transit District (LTD) bus system provides transportation to all points west to urban growth areas surrounding the cities of Eugene/Springfield. Catch the bus at various locations for $5/day pass.

Summer rates apply starting May 1st and extend through October 31st. There is additional charge for rental of a sleeping cot at $10/night. Additional guests over the designated capacity is requested, there is a $15/person/night charge. No sleeping on the floor (fire marshall and insurance rules). NO Dogs on furniture (including chairs, couches and beds). Bring your own dog bed, leash and dog dish.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 single bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Central air conditioning
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer
Fire pit

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4.85 out of 5 stars from 170 reviews


Where you’ll be

Westfir, Oregon, United States

I love that Tired Dog Ranch is it's own little village - three separate dwellings and fun, usable auxiliary buildings on diverse 18 acres surrounded by national forest, and bordered by year-round Grey Creek (Dogfather of this gloriously diverse land). It is the perfect combination of woodland and pasture, with orchard, lawn, chickens, horses, dogs and farm cat to entertain daily. The neighborhood is rural, but the grounds are very private.

For those who want to camp and "glamp", there are a number of campsites in the upper meadow with composting toilets and a "Cadillac Campsite Kitchen and Shower Shelter" so you can cook without charring your meal on a propane 4-burner stove, wash the dishes (set of 12 plates, plastic and ceramic cups, 20 silverware, towels, S & P, utensils, pots and pans on hand) in a real live sink (hot water and soap on hand) and dry them in a rack. Two private hot shower stalls with dressing area and hooks for towels are dreamy when the day of play is done and sleeping sweaty in a sleeping bag feels sticky and smells stinky with the sunrise(no sea shells by the seashore were harmed in the making of that sentence). The central fire pit with wrap seating is magical for roasting hot dogs, marshmellows and warming tootsies while howling at the moon and constellation of other noteworthy stars with a collosium of second and old growth trees nestling you to sleep as owls croon you to stay an chat a spell.

Hosted by Sally

  1. Joined in August 2012
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Hi, I'm Sally Harmon, owner/operator of Tired Dog Ranch, an 18+ acre vacation retreat in the rurals of Westfir, tucked against the Cascade Range and 26 miles west of the Willamette Pass Ski Lodge, in a region best known for it's hiking and mountain biking trails and other year round outdoor recreation activities. Once a bustling logging town, the area has transformed into a retirement community and destination tourist spot for the weekend warriors who love the great outdoors. I am also a Real Estate Broker at Oakridge Real Estate (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , as a rural specialist serving the Willamette and lower Willamette Valley (Eugene/Springfield, Cottage Grove, Creswell, Pleasant Hill, Dexter, Lowell, Jasper, Oakridge/Westfir). If your travels find you curious about investing in the quiet lifestyle this area has to offer, or are looking for the perfect cottage to purchase as a get-away of your own, I'm at your service with knowledge, experience, integrity and common sense!
Hi, I'm Sally Harmon, owner/operator of Tired Dog Ranch, an 18+ acre vacation retreat in the rurals of Westfir, tucked against the Cascade Range and 26 miles west of the Willamette…

During your stay

I live on the grounds, in a separate house next door, so am nearby, but not in your space. Please help yourself in and make yourself at home. There is a key on the support beam of the awning to the right of the door (near the porch light). Please return it to that place each time you leave the dwelling. Do not take the key with you during your outings.
I live on the grounds, in a separate house next door, so am nearby, but not in your space. Please help yourself in and make yourself at home. There is a key on the support beam of…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with building staff
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Climbing or play structure
Carbon monoxide alarm

Cancellation policy