On the town square, the Gamel Guest House is one of the first houses ever built in Mason. Erected in to 1869 by cattle baron John W. Gamel, this guesthouse has a tranquil sitting area off the back porch beneath a shady oak tree The small, two-bed, two-bathroom cabin is well appointed with antiques, including the Gamel family's original dining-room table and claw-foot bathtub. Those who love feeling like they've stepped back in time will feel right at home here. Those who
like a little more modernity may feel a bit cramped. $150 per night for the entire house with a two-night minimum.