A guided golf-cart tour with Goat's father, Rich, reveals there's more to the ranch than one tidy B&B.; Just up the hill there's the Whippoorwill, a nicely restored cabin on 15 acres complete with generous master bedroom, two bathrooms, modern kitchen, wood-burning stove and a big-screen TV, capable of housing up to eight tired riders after a day in the dirt for $150 per night. Over yonder is the Hill Street Cabin with a king-sized kitchen and epic views of the valley from a deck that was made for post-ride relaxation. This one sleeps five for $125 a night. I'm doing the math and going through my mental Rolodex on the way back to my room at the hotel: queen-sized bed, theme décor any significant other will love plus wireless Internet service, satellite TV and a tasty breakfast for $85. You won't find a more hospitable place to bed down for the night around these parts.