Matfield Station

Lodging

In 2001, the historic bunkhouse was transformed from ten bunkrooms to three comfortable units with kitchens, laundry, and decks overlooking the BNSF tracks and the Valley of the South Fork.

The building is a landmark – one of the only remaining railroad bunkhouses in the United States. The building now looks as it did when it was built in nearly one hundred years ago. Hosts are Bill and Julia Fabris McBride who live a few hundred feet north of the Bunkhouse. Units are available through Airbnb.

Each apartment has heated floors, air conditioning, bathroom, kitchen, back deck, and wi-fi. The bathrooms each have a shower, toilet and vanity — hair dryer and towels are provided. The kitchens are complete with microwave, oven/range, refrigerator, toaster, coffeemaker, pots, pans, dishes, glasses and silverware.

All casitas are non-smoking. A shared front porch, grill, firepit, and laundry room are also available. Pets and children are welcome!