Heward's Sheep Wagon
Transport yourselves back to the Old West, with a pure and simple stay in a cosy Wyoming wagon, plucked straight from the 1920s.
Set on a 65,000-acre family ranch in Wyoming, Heward's Sheep Wagon was used as a working sheepherders' camp from the 1920s, right up to the 1970s.
Fully refurbished, the cosy wagon now accommodates up to four guests, with all the homely, country-style facilities you'd expect. There are two beds, each sleeping two people, built-in cold boxes to keep your supplies nice and fresh, and a pull-out table to enjoy breaking bread together!
There's wood-burning cook stove, and a coffee pot to help you get your mornings off with a kick-start... and you can even plug in your own generator for lights and power inside, if you insist on modern luxuries!
Take a friendly, guided tour of the ranch to help get to know your surroundings a little better - once you've discovered all the natural delights that await you there (and met the grazing sheep and cattle, of course), you'll be converted to the good ol' simple life for good.