The Pilcher’s newly remodeled home has 3 guest bedrooms, each with a cozy queen sized bed and private bath, as well as a breath taking view of the surrounding countryside. Free internet access is available for any guest. Out of respect for our guests, we are a smoke-free home with pet-free, smoke-free guestrooms. The large great room/common area at Sawin Logs Bed & Breakfast is the perfect place to either gather and socialize with other guests or slip into one of the quiet seating areas to read a good book or play a board game.
Emanating sunshine, this cheerful room will brighten anyone's spirit! In pleasant blues and yellows, this country cottage oasis will take you away. Featuring a handicap friendly bathroom, the Saffron Suite offers all the amenities of home away from home. Room includes 1 queen bed, 2 desks, ceiling fan, A/C, wi-fi, alarm clock and heated blanket. Room can accommodate 2 adults and up to 2 children. Air mattresses and bedding available for children.
Nightly Rate: $95-$125
Warm and inviting, the Rustique Retreat offers welcomed rest. Elegant in its French Country theme, this room hearkens back to a simpler era. In subtle earth tones, your stay in the Rustique Retreat will leave you refreshed in mind and body. Room includes a queen bed, small desk, private bath, alarm clock, ceiling fan, heated blanket, radiant cove heat, A/C, wi-fi. Room can accommodate 2 adults and up to 2 children. Air mattresses and bedding available for children.
Nightly Rate: $95-$125
Striking color contrasts provide a contemporary ambiance to the Classic Cove. Soft lighting, plush carpeting and a feather bed mattress will invite you to an indefinite stay. This romantic room is perfect for a special getaway! Room includes a queen bed, private bath with large tile shower, ceiling fan, heated blanket, A/C, radiant cove heat, alarm clock and wi-fi. Room can accommodate 2 adults and up to 2 children. Air mattresses and bedding available for children.
Nightly Rate: $95-$125
5 on May 25, 2014
Can say nothing but great things about this B&B and Twila's welcoming personality. Our room was spacious, well appointed, and nicely decorated. The private bath was spotless and every need provided for. The grounds are quiet and spacious, well off the road, with horses grazing in the pasture. The guest area is completely separate from the owners level. The guest area has two sitting areas, a dining table, a game area, stocked book shelves, refrig, micro, sink, and all the accoutrements of home. Breakfast featured, egg dish, homemade bread, sausage, fresh fruit and assorted drinks. Twila also went out of her way to accomodate some special dietary needs we had. Do not miss an opportunity to experience this excellent B&B.
4.8 on August 21, 2013
Wonderful first time experience! We have been relunctant to try a B&B but found the experience truly fun and enjoyable. The area was quiet and peacful and the breakfasts were excellent! Roy and Twila Pilcher are gracious and attentive hosts and also observed our need for some privacy. They are seperate from the lower rooms and dining area and offer accomodations for preferred times to eat and prepare food for those with allergies. My husband and I enjoyed their lower deck and outside seating with select coffees and a great view of the beautiful land around their home. The Pilchers are only 4 miles from Devil'sTower and are fairly close to surrounding small towns with museums and fine dining. We will definately stay at Sawin'Logs next time we travel to North Eastern Wyoming and, we will try more B&B's in other locations!
5 on July 30, 2013
We were on a wonderful vacation, traveling from Chicago to Yellowstone. (and all points in between) Half camping and half hotel stays. On our visit to Devil's Tower we had a campground reserved. We were behind schedule and didn't arrive in Devil's Tower until nearly dark. Driving through the dark night we were somewhat lost and happened to see the lights from Sawin' Logs. We stopped to ask directions. Twila told us where to find our campground. She also told us she had an available room if we needed it. After driving to our campground and finding it completely abandoned and scary, we decided to go back and take Twila up on her offer to stay. This turned out the be one of the best stays of our entire vacation! Sawin' Logs is wonderful! Very clean, spacious, and homey. Twila was a fantastic hostess. I HIGHLY recommend staying here! Make sure you ask Twila to make the cinnamon chip scones for breakfast. They are to die for! (I even took a couple w/ me for the road) Thanks again Twila. I'll definitely stay again if I'm in the area!
5 on July 22, 2013
What a wonderful experience! I was visiting Devil's Tower with some friends who were RVing for 3 weeks. Found Sawin' Logs on Google Earth due to its proximity to the KOA. When I arrived I was greeted at the door by Twila, who gets that at a commercial chain hotel/motel? No one, that's who! The my room was beautiful, fluffy carpet, very comfortable bed, my own bathroom and temperature control. I had a beautiful view of some Wyoming landscape. I was only able to stay 1 night, but it was a great night! Breakfast was awesome, home cooked and healthy :)! I would definitely recommend staying at Sawin' Logs, I like supporting local businesses and with the service and hospitality that you receive here, your money will be well spent. A very happy traveler!
4.4 on July 20, 2013
This was our first stay (ever) in a bed and breakfast, so we did not really know what to expect. Twila was so warm, friendly and welcoming! The room was beautifully outfitted, but the A/C did not cool the room as well as we liked, so we were a bit warm at night. But the breakfast more than made up for it! We would love to go back, as the area was so peaceful. We watched deer on the lawn from the guests' deck in the morning. We would highly recommend this bed and breakfast.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Internet Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports
Roy & Twila Pilcher
3 horses Others
Roy has been a chainsaw artist for 9 years and continues to challenge himself to expand and improve his artistry. Roy has a wood carving studio on their property and also travels both locally and out-of-state to do on-site carvings. Twila was fortunate to have the privilege of being a stay at home mom while raising their 4 children. At present she is a library paraprofessional at the K-12 Hulett School Library.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten free