Comfortable, Pet-Friendly Safari Tents on Working Dude Ranch, Washington StateKettle Falls, Washington (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
These amazing, pet-friendly safari tents in Washington provide camping at the next level. There is room for four people to sleep on two queen-sized beds in each rental, and they have warm covers and fluffy pillows. The tents also have electricity, a wood-burning stove, a gas heater, and a coffeemaker. Inside, there are linens, towels, and bath soaps, although it is advised to bring extra towels. There is also a laundry service upon request.
If glampers and their pet want to get outside, they can go to the spacious covered porch outside their tent that has lodge pole railings to see the astonishing views of the countryside, river, mountains, and valley. Read More
- Dining table
- Linens provided
- Towels provided
- Wood-burning stove
All day long, guests can stop by the Cookhouse to pick up a cool glass of iced tea or refreshing lemonade. There is always something being prepared for the guests at the Cookhouse, from hearty breakfast to filling dinner. After an adventure, all guests can go to the Cookhouse to enjoy a well-stocked bar, an entertainment section, and a large deck and a patio to see all the stunning views of the ranch and valley.
At the ranch, there is a gift shop where all campers can buy logo apparel, disposable cameras, and more. There is also a horse barn for special events, weddings, dances, and corporate parties for up to 350 people.
- Body treatment
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Email/Fax service
- Fire pit
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Laundry service
- Patio furniture
- Shared bathroom
- Shared kitchen
Location + Surroundings
Take a walk on the wild side while being surrounded by luxury. These lovely country cabins sit on an authentic cattle ranch at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in northeastern Washington. The upscale ranch affords incredible views of neighboring Idaho, Lake Roosevelt and Canada. Enjoy a day filled with exciting outdoor activities - ride your personal horse, or go fishing, boating, and swimming in a natural lake. After a busy day, relax with a revitalizing body treatment. This resort ranch is for people looking for an Old-West adventure with a luxury twist. Read More
Have horseback riding during lunchtime? The Cookhouse will provide a sack lunch.
After a long day, glampers can get a body treatment provided by an internationally-certified Esthetician who has 27 years of experience. The Esthetician is also specialized in therapeutic skincare.
- Bird watching
- Body treatments
- Cattle herding
- Feeding animals
- Game drive
- Horseback riding
- Paddle boarding
- Skeet shooting
- Spa treatments
- Wine tasting
The cabins are located close to a prehistoric, privately-owned, spring-fed lake called Ansaldo Lake. On this lake, glampers and their pet can participate in swimming, fishing, and boating. This lake has a catch and release policy and is only accessible to guests. It is a sport fisherman’s paradise because it is filled with rainbow trout. This feisty fish can weigh up to 10 pounds, and this is a great opportunity for dry-fly casting if guests decide to take advantage of early evening hatches. The ranch does ask that guests bring their own fishing gear. The perfect times to fish are in May, June, and October whereas swimming is best from June to September.
Want a day away from the lake? There are plentiful opportunities for guests and furry friends to barbecue, hike, go on a hayride, view wildlife, and go on tours.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Small- to medium-sized dogs that are well-behaved are welcome at this glamping site for a non-refundable $25 pet cleaning fee, per pet. Also, dogs are not allowed in public areas described by the host. The closest veterinarian is about 40 miles away.
Listed rates are per person, per night. The rates include three meals daily, beer/wine/spirits, unlimited ranch activities, all resort attractions, horseback riding, fishing, trap shooting, and cattle drives. There is a two-night minimum stay. Read More