The architectural design of Swiftwater Cellars pays homage to the historic past of the location. Upon first glance, visitors will notice the original Roslyn No. 9 mineshaft just to the left of the entrance. Built in the style of a coal mining tipple house, every charming detail of Swiftwater Cellars has been crafted to transport visitors to another time and place.
Upon entering through the majestic wood doors ornamented with some of the original pick axes from the No. 9 mine, visitors are met by sweeping views of the remaining 120-foot Tipple Hill surrounded by the Rope Rider Golf Course. The glowing warmth of the stone fireplaces sourced from two Montana quarries coupled with soaring ceilings emulate the feeling of the original mine shaft.