1. Select the dates and how many are staying.
2. Once you select a room, choose from the list of services you may want to add.
3. You will receive a confirmation email with details on your room booking at the Nome Schoolhouse.
If you do not receive these emails, or have any questions, feel free to email [email protected] or call (701) 850-7764.
Terms of Booking:
Payment in full due at time of Booking. We accept all major credit cards.
Refunds available up until 10 days before arrival. 50% Refund up until 4 days before arrival. 25% Refund if cancelled by midnight the day before arrival.
No show forfeits full payment.
Nome Schoolhouse welcomes one dog of any size for an additional fee of $35 per stay. Dogs are only permitted in rooms 1, 2 and 3. Please ask us to point out the designated areas on the grounds to walk your dog. Current vaccination records are required at check-in.
When booking your room, please inform the Nome Schoolhouse that your dog will be traveling with you.
Dogs must be kept on a leash, in a carrier, or otherwise restrained when in public areas of the School. Pets are not allowed in the dining room.
You are financially responsible for any and all damages caused to the Nome Schoolhouse by your Dog.
In the event of a noise complaint you will be allowed the opportunity to respond. If you are unable to satisfy this request you will be required to make other arrangements.
Come stay in our beautifully restored 100-year old schoolhouse! Whether attending an event or just coming to enjoy the area, we welcome your visit.
Various room configurations available, please check the listing. We have roll-aways available upon request, select at time of booking.
Free breakfast for all guests that are staying in the rooms.
Add meals at booking to enjoy during your stay!
Guest rooms 1, 2 and 3 are pet friendly.
Amenities, Services, & Travel Guide
In house Chef
Retail Store offering our Made in ND Wool products
Sheep, Alpaca and Llamas
11 unique guest rooms
Retreats, Classes, Mill Tours
We realize that even with our amazing in house chef you may still want to get out and enjoy some area restaurants. Here are a few we recommend:
TOWER CITY, ND
Tower Travel Cafe: I-94 Ex. 304
Old 10 Saloon: 407 Main St
FORT RANSOM, N.D.
Thor’s Bar/The Old Mill Grill: 104 E. Main St
The Lunchbox Eatery: 101 E. Main St
Cattleman’s Club & Lounge: 409 Main Street
First and Last Chance Bar: 1202 Main Street
I Scream U Scream: 517 Main St.
Lisbon Bissell Golf Course: Hwy. 32 N
Pizza Ranch: 520 Main St.
Route 32 Cafe: 1018 Main ST
Subway: 502 Main Street Unit B
Phone: 701-683-7827Valley City Dining
BRIDGES BAR & GRILL: 264 Winter Show Rd
BUDGET BURGER: 931 W Main St
BURGER KING: 1425 W Main St
CHINESE PALACE: 849 W Main St
CITY LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB: Exit 290 on hill
DAIRY QUEEN: 909 N Central Ave
JIMMY’S PIZZA: 340 E. Main St
KIRIN HOUSE (CHINESE BUFFET): 1155 E Main St
PIZZA CORNER: 202 E Main St
PIZZA RANCH: 1066 W Main St
SABIR’S (FINE DINING): 338 Winter Show Rd
SUBWAY: 1240 W Main St
TACO JOHN’S: 148 2nd St. NE
TAVERN 94 (BAR & GRILL): 455 Winter Show Rd
TRESTLES/COUNTRY CLUB (BAR & GRILL): 500 12th Ave. NE
VICKY’S VIKING ROOM (FAMILY): 253 N Central Ave
WILD PRAIRIE BAKERY: 142 Main St. E
WOODLAND STEAKHOUSE: 1241 14th St. SE
Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway
The Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway stretches 63 miles along the breathtaking Sheyenne River Valley, from Baldhill Dam to Lisbon, following ancient Native American foot paths and pioneer wagon trails.
Along the way you will find Little Yellowstone Park, two log cabins, 27 award winning interpretive panels, many unique bird species and 6 dams. We will provide step on guides for bus tours– check at the Rosebud Visitor Center.
Midwest Living magazine suggests this roadway as a “Fall Color Drive” and the route was also listed in National Geographic’s Guide to Scenic Highways and Byways.
Birding in the Sheyenne River Valley
347 species of birds travel through North Dakota.
Want to see a hundred bird species in one day? It’s possible in the Sheyenne River Valley. Birders in the Fort Ransom State Park have reported seeing over 140 species in the park. 15 of these species are on the National Heritage Program’s state rare species list.
The Sheyenne River Valley includes national grasslands with native prairie remnants of mixed and tall grass prairies and oak savannah river riparian areas. Target species in this area include: Prairie sparrows (10 species), abundant ducks and waterfowl, wrens, mockingbirds and thrashers, phoebes and flycatchers, prairie chickens, sharp-tailed grouse, gray partridge, and more.
This prairie pothole region features long days and short nights in the summer, making it possible to get the most out of a day. Prairie sparrows sing into the early afternoon. The trick is knowing where to find the birds. Experience the backroads of the valley and maneuver around the area to get the most out of your birding experience.
City of Bridges Tour
Winding through Valley City is the meandering Sheyenne River. Take the Historic Bridge Tour. Walk or drive and find out why Expedia Viewfinder named Valley City the “Most Beautiful City in North Dakota.”
North Country National Scenic Hiking Trail
The North Country Trail, a 4,600 mile premier hiking trail that stretches across 8 states from the Appalachian Trail in Vermont to Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota, follows the northern boundary of the park following an abandoned rail bed from the park into Kathryn. There is also a very picturesque 2 mile loop around the lake.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRAIL CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE NORTH COUNTY TRAIL ASSOCIATION WEBSITE.
Located 12 miles north of Valley City, Lake Ashtabula is a recreational secret full of great fishing, excellent boating and skiing, and is developing into a cabin resort area as well. This 27 mile fun filled waterway is maintained by the Corps of Engineers and hosts many camping and recreational spots.
Rosebud Visitor Center
Walk through railroad history at the Rosebud Visitor Center. An 1881 Superintendent’s Railcar with the original furnishings is housed here along with history of the Sheyenne Valley. Learn about farming in the valley and see the North Dakota Agriculture Hall of Fame. Get the information you need as you start your tour of beautiful Valley City!
Medicine Wheel Park
Medicine Wheel Park is 30 acres of fun and learning with Native American history, colorful gardens, hiking and many events. Retired Chemistry professor, Dr. Joe Stickler, with the help of many students and community volunteers created the park. Celebrations occasionally occur at the solstices and equinoxes.
We’re Chris and Teresa.
2 Shepherds that joined our successful fiber arts businesses, purchased a 100 year old abandoned school building and are poured all of our money, thoughts, energy and love into restoring this beautiful historical structure. We look forward to sharing our love of the fiber arts as well as many other arts with everyone who visits our facility.