The Log House
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The Log House is open year round for vacation visitors. It sleeps 12-16. 12 in 6 queen sized beds and 4 more on two queen sized air mattresses. See the reservation calendar for details on how to book a stay. Click here for more photos of the Log House's interior.
The Cobblestone House
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The Cobblestone House is also open year round to vacationers. The kitchen is the original homestead house of the Hudson's. Other rooms were added as the family grew and present day it has two bedrooms, an office, one bathroom and a living room. It has lots of history and charm, yet still offers the modern conveniences. See the reservation calendar on how to book a stay. Click here to see more photos of the Cobblestone House's interior.
The Ranch House
When you drive down the lane onto White Deer Ranch, the first house you come to on the lane is called the Ranch House. It is where our family lives. If you are an expected guest, there is no need to stop - unless you just want to visit or need information - then please do! If you would like a Ranch tour, just knock!!
The greenhouse was made by taking an existing building formerly a grain storage and shed combination and replacing the south facing portion of its room with poly carbonate panels. This building is now very useful not only as a greenhouse to keep food growing for the family during the winter and a place for garden starter plants, but also as a space for pottery and arts and crafts. We installed a rocket mass heater which is a highly efficient style wood stove that is made of bricks and a cob (clay/dirt/straw mixture).
The Historic Barn
You will see the historic barn in the center of it all. The barn was the heart of ranch operations for 100 years, and has animal stalls, hay storage, dairy cow feeders and a tack room with corrals. We hope to someday host classes, instruction and community events in the barn's loft, but renovations will have to take place first, which could take years.