Loretta Lynn’s Ranch
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Country music is what I grew up on and the name Loretta Lynn was in my vocabulary. Growing up as my Mom and Grandma were country music listeners and Loretta Lynn’s songs were always on the radio or record player. It wasn’t till recently though, when I realized I had a passion for travel, that I really thought about her and the fact that she had a ranch where fan’s could stay and tour.
Having seen her movie many times, been in love with her forever and also adding one of her songs to the list of songs we sing in our band I was just beyond the moon excited to be able to experience her ranch. So, on the list this vacation went and it was an amazing experience.
Road trips are our thing for the most part and for this particular vacation we were driving to Florida. We planned our route so we could stay close to Loretta Lynn’s Ranch because we wanted to get up early, head over and do the tour and then get back on the road to our final destination.
Booking on the fly is our thing usually as we never know how far we will feel like driving each day, or what attractions might be on the way that fit into our schedule to see. It never dawned on me to look up places close to Loretta Lynn’s Ranch to stay so while driving and about 4 hours from Loretta Lynn’s Ranch I started looking up hotels.
My search didn’t turn out so well, as there is nothing close to her ranch, except her ranch. On the website it listed there were cabins to rent. Of course that just made my face light up! Seriously I can stay at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch? To think I would be on the same property that this amazing woman called home for so many years was a dream.
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch
One call to Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and we were booked for a night. It was late when we arrived to the ranch, and our info for check in was hanging on a hook outside the front office door, and our cabin was open and ready for us. If that makes one feel so at home and comfortable right off the bat!
We sorta got lost looking for the cabin since it was dark and we had never been there. We took a tour of the whole place and before we knew it, we were right in front of Loretta Lynn’s home (the ranch home). It might have been dark out, but my heart skipped a beat just knowing I was near greatness.
Finally found the cabin we would be staying in that night and parked and proceeded to unload the truck. This is the cutest cabin I have ever stayed in.
The cabin we were in was named Honky Tonk Girl. They must have known me because it fits perfectly with me and my life.
Like I said, it was dark when we got there but here is an evening shot of our cabin for the night. Just the cutest cabin isn’t it.
Not only were we in love with the outside, the setting of it, and the fact we were not far from where Loretta actually lives, but check out how great the inside is. I swear.. I could live here! This is the inside view, from standing in the doorway. There is even a loft. Cute!!
Here is the cozy little kitchen. Just a microwave, coffee pot, toaster oven and fridge. What more does one need for a relaxing stay. There was a grill outside too.
Here is me looking down at my adorable husband, from up in the loft. I love that it had a loft, and a main floor bedroom.
The loft had a nice cozy feel, and one bed in it. I love the log beds and let me just say, it was comfy. Didn’t sleep on this one, but sat on it and bounced a bit just like a little girl.
The wall hangings and decor were even so rustic and country. These are some really neat pictures and frames.
Here was our bedroom on the main level. I just love the furniture! This bed is log, my favorite. The bathroom sink is next to the bed which might seem strange but when you see the bathroom you will understand.
Just guessing that maybe these cabins didn’t have running water or toilets/showers and such when they were first built. Not sure, but that might explain why the sink is there and the toilet is in a room of it’s own as is the shower.
Check out this door going to the toilet area. It’s like an outhouse door and so dang cool!
What’s behind the super cool looking door? Well it’s the potty of course. Just like an outhouse would be.
How about a nice hot shower in the morning? Don’t mind if I do! This shower was so neat. Had it’s own little dressing room area.
This cabin was perfect and was truly refreshing and made us feel so comfortable and like we were at home. Take a look at the goodies left on the table. All kinds of info about Loretta Lynn and the ranch.
Even a couple coffee mugs. And, you could take the mugs, but you would have a charge on your credit card. Of course, silly me forgot to take one. But I have some fun Loretta Lynn goodies in my shop.
End of the Stay
The stay was so relaxing and enjoyable and we plan to head back soon. If you have never been to her ranch, keep an eye peeled for the upcoming post about the tour. You will love all the info and pictures, I promise! Join my newsletter so you know when I post that.
Did you know I’m a Honky Tonk Girl is the first single Loretta released. I actually bought a t-shirt while we were there that said “Honky Tonk Girl” on it. Love that shirt, loved this cabin, love Loretta Lynn!
You can learn more about Loretta Lynn on Wiki if you want.
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