Open all year long!
Enjoy it even in the winter!
The large modern log cabin, is perfect for many family, church and business functions. Whether you are planning a family reunion, church group or business retreat, or a winter ski vacation, this is the ideal spot for you.
This cabin has a full kitchen, laundry room, covered deck with a barbeque, a large living area, five separate bedrooms with 11 double beds total and three baths.
Four of the bedrooms have 2 double Beds in each room and 1 bedroom with 3 double beds. Between the 3 bathrooms, there are 2 showers and 1 tub. The large living room has 4 futon couches. Bedding is provided for the 11 double beds. Bath towels, kitchen towels and bedding for the futons are not provided. Enjoy your meals in the large kitchen area with 4 banquet size tables or outside on the picnic tables.
Even during the busiest season, the Faris house is a secluded spot. With a stocked trout pond 100 yards away, horseshoe pits and campfire area, it has immediate access to fun activities for all guests.
Sorry, no pets in the Faris House.
Pricing (Open Year-Round):
- $397.00 per night
- $19.00 additional per person per night
- NO pets
- Children under 6 stay free
- For groups under 6 please call for special pricing
- Please note that all cabins are NON-SMOKING (cigarette or marijuana)
- 5% cash discount (includes checks and travelers checks)
- Taxes not included
- The Faris House requires a 50% deposit of total lodging or no less than 1 night’s rent.
- Cancellations on summer cabins & RVs: If a cancellation is made at least 60 days before reservation, your deposit will be refunded less a $20 handling fee. For cancellations made less than 60 days before a reservation, the deposit will not be refunded.
- Cancellations for Faris House: Reservation deposits are not refundable.
Faris House History
The Faris House has a totally different history than any of the other Bruce Spruce Ranch cabins. The property that the Faris House sits on was all horse pasture and all part of Bruce Spruce Ranch until the Hingers bought the Ranch from Charles G Faris in 1966. At that time Chuck and Ruth Faris retained three and one half acres from the sale of Bruce Spruce Ranch on which to build their own summer home.
This solid log structure was started in 1967 and was completed about two years later. At least it was liveable, and, as time and energy allowed, it was completed. This is a large log home with five bedrooms, a very large kitchen and living room and had two bathrooms at the time. Chuck’s wife Ruth and daughter Kay both preceded Chuck in death, and in 1988 Chuck passed on at the age of 86.
The Faris House, which was not named at the time, then went to Chuck’s next of kin and for two years their family held possession of the property. Then in 1990-91 the family finally agreed to sell the property to the Hinger family to be rejoined to the Bruce Spruce Ranch property. At that time the cabin was named Faris House, of course, in honor of the Chuck Faris family. Also, at that time, a third bathroom was added along with other modification, and the Faris House became the Large Group facility for the Ranch and has been used as such to this day.
The Faris House is the only cabin in the Ranch family of cabins that is open three hundred and sixty five days a year; open in the summer for warm weather activities and the winter for snow related activities. The Faris House has lots of room around it for horseshoes, tether ball, volley ball, a large campfire area and many picnic tables for outside eating.