The Dorothy Brett cabin is one of four built at the beginning of last century, originally for sheep herders. Both Aldous Huxley and D.H. Lawrence lived and wrote in these cabins, Frieda Lawrence and Dorothy Brett were frequent visitors as well and later Elizabeth Kubler Ross and Ram Dass stayed here. The log cabin, designed for 1-2 people, has a cozy and quiet feel. The porch overlooks a flower garden and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
The cabin is a one room efficiency/duplex with a bathroom and kitchen. It is fully furnished and equipped. There is a wood burning stove and a propane heater. The water comes from our deep wells. Only green cleaners and detergents are used.