Golden Arches Lodge

The 3,500 square foot grand room of the Golden Arches Lodge is anchored by a massive fireplace built with 120 tons of native stone quarried from the ranch. Designed by Glenn Marchbanks Jr. and featured in Architectural Digest in 1968, it reflects the stunning landscape with soaring ceilings some 28 feet high and multiple seating areas accommodate both large and intimate gatherings, complete with a self-serve bar.

Adjacent to the east of the grand room is a dining room with seating for over 65 people and a commercial sized kitchen for chefs. North of the grand room are 12 hotel style bedrooms with private baths and one executive two-bedroom suite with fireplace, private bar and patio. To the south are two more hotel style bedrooms with private baths.