There is no better way to top off a trip to the stunning “big sky country” than by staying at a bed and breakfast. Also known as the “land of the shining mountains,” Montana is known for its 77 mountain ranges in the Rocky Mountains as well as over 100 mountains in the western part of the state.
Offering awesome views of the Rocky Mountains, Missouri River and the canyon, The Ranch at the Dearborn in Cascade, MT offers couples and single travelers a break from the hustle and bustle with relaxing accommodations, full breakfast and dinner, and miles of land to explore. Guests can choose from two guestrooms. Stay at the Ranch at Dearborn near Craig, Montana perfect for Missouri River Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing. No Fishing License, No Trouble, all you need is a valid drivers license call us for more info!
Voss Inn Bed & Breakfast is in the heart of Bozeman's Bon Ton historical district, just three blocks from downtown. We are walking distance from the best restaurants, shops and galleries. Montana State University is just eight blocks away and nearby is the Yellowstone National Park and Bridger Bowl Ski area to enjoy your vacation in Montana.
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This Bozeman, MT bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Montana. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and The Lodge offers an exceptional space for a wide variety of events. From small & intimate affairs to large and grand scale undertakings – the lodge can customize our venue to fit your needs. We are highly flexible with arranging space, coordinating menus, and helping organize an entire event. Our history of events has included conferences, retreats, business meetings, dinner parties, holiday functions, rehearsal dinners, & weddings; groups from 5 to 305 people.. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Bozeman, Montana.
Historic B&B on the Northern border of Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone Suites Bed & Breakfast is a three-story stone house situated just three blocks from the historic Roosevelt Arch. Activities are year-round in Gardiner. Galleries, gift shops, a theater and restaurants are just a stroll away.
This Marion, MT bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Montana. Come see the best bed and breakfast in Montana and you will simply fall in love with Cabin Creek Landing during your stay here. In addition, we are located in the Glacier Park Area of Montana as well. Furthermore, it is an easy and quick drive to the nearby city of Kalispell. In fact, we are conveniently located right off of Highway 2, specifically in Marion. By the same token, your family will certainly enjoy every minute and not want to leave here. Especially, if you’re looking for a one of a kind bed and breakfast that is uniquely located.!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Marion, Montana.
Yellowstone Basin Inn - Montana, naturally. Offering year-round hospitality in a quiet mountain setting, Yellowstone Basin Inn is located just 5 miles north of the town of Gardiner, Montana and the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park. All rooms and suites include private bath, air conditioning, satellite TV, WiFi, and a Home cooked, FROM SCRATCH, buffet breakfast*. Some units have a fully-equipped kitchen or kitchenette.
This Whitefish, MT bed and breakfast offers 6 luxurious rooms and accommodations in MT Enjoy a Full platedbreakfast, and Wi-Fi, and luxurious Baths.Our bnb in Whitefish provides King, Queen, or Twin beds without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Whitefish, MT
The Fox Hollow Bed and Breakfast, located in the heart of the Gallatin River Valley in Bozeman, Montana, combines luxury accommodations, panoramic mountain views, wide open spaces and hospitality unique to Montana. We are conveniently located near Yellowstone National Park and provide our guests with a unique lodging experience.
Enjoy comfortable elegance at our historic Coeur d’ Alene bed and breakfast. The Roosevelt Inn offers beautifully restored guest suites and rooms in the heart of beautiful downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, only a few blocks from the world famous Coeur d’Alene Lake, Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course and the Centennial Trail. Enjoy being only short walk from all the activities that abound in this outdoor paradise. Sailing, water-skiing, fishing, jet skiing, kayaking, biking, paddle boats, sea plane rides, boating and hiking the beautiful nature trails on Tubbs Hill. Each morning indulge in our fabulous breakfast buffet. Our Coeur d’ Alene inn also offers dog friendly rooms, and we are a memorable location for intimate Idaho wedding and elopements.
The Maxwell House Bed & Breakfast is located in Walla Walla, WA, and is a beautifully restored and decorated Craftsman home. Downstairs are two lovely guest rooms with private baths, and upstairs are two full suites with separate sitting rooms. A bonus room with two single beds is available for extra suite guests. All rooms have electric fireplaces. When you arrive at The Maxwell House, you are greeted by a welcoming porch where guests are welcome to relax. The entryway and staircase form a setting for a stunning living room. A sumptuous breakfast is served in the dining room. Beautiful grounds, covered patios, a gazebo with firepit, and outdoor dining areas make for a lovely stay. Bicycles are available to borrow, and events and downtown shopping are within walking distance.
Not your ordinary bed & breakfast but more like an 'auberge de campagne' - a country inn, surrounded by the westside wineries, yet just 10 minutes from downtown Walla Walla. Seven unique, elegant, luxurious rooms with en-suite bathrooms await you, each with its own private garden and outdoor hot-water shower, view of the pastoral farmlands, Blue Mountains and private entrance. A heated outdoor swimming pool and shared hot tub are available for in-house guest use only from May to October. World-class daily gourmet breakfasts and complimentary dinner on Thursdays. Delicious local wines for your welcome drink, a complimentary bottle of Walla Walla wine in your suite and warm hospitality will build memories that last and make you want to return. Where else will you find a private Zen garden with its own hot water shower (in addition to your en suite bathroom of course)?! We are thankful to our loyal guests for helping us to win the TripAdvisor Traveler's Choice Award 2020. Food & Wine Pairing, Wine Blending Experience, Golf Getaway – check out our packages on our web site.
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The state is a gem for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone else just looking to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and soak up the fresh air and natural features that the state has to offer. Montana bed and breakfast come in all shapes and sizes and with all types of varying natural views and offerings.
Montana was inhabited by Native American tribes until the United States acquired a vast expanse of land which included Montana through the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. It wasn’t until the years between 1804-1806 when the first group of white explorers entered the Montana territory as a part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Soon after this expedition fur trappers and traders arrived, bringing alcohol, disease, and a new monetary system to the native communities. The discovery of gold in the territory attracted many prospectors into the area in the 1860’s and Montana became a territory in 1864.
There is absolutely no shortage of things to do, see, and explore during your Montana getaway. If you are looking for an active adventure, visit one of the many mountain ranges, national forests, national parks, or lakes for rafting, horseback riding, biking, hiking, and fishing. Don’t miss out on the state’s most popular tourist attractions like Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone River, Flathead Lake, and more. The cities of Bozeman, Missoula, Helena, and Whitefish are all worth a visit and each offers a different list of things to do, see, and explore.
Montana is one of the best destinations in the country for adventure seekers, outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, nature lovers, and the like. It’s also the perfect place for anyone just needing to temporarily escape the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life, it’s a great destination to recharge and relax in an array of natural surroundings.
First discovered as a part of the Lewis and Clark expeditions, Montana is home to hundreds of mountain ranges, hot springs, national forest, and more. There are endless opportunities for activities throughout the state, including hiking, biking, rafting, horseback riding, fishing, mountain climbing, and more.
There are tons of activities to be had, most of which include enjoying the vast expanse of natural wonders that the state has to offer. Glacier National Park is among the state’s most visited natural wonders and is known as the crown jewel of the continent. Montana is home to a slice of Yellowstone National Park and to nearly 700 miles of the Yellowstone River, which is the longest river in the state. Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi and sits in northwest Montana; it’s a great destination for fishing, swimming, and picnicking.
Whitefish, Montana is a popular destination near Glacier National Park and attracts thousands of visitors each year during all four seasons, but mostly for the 3000+ acres of skiing in the region. The state capital Helena is a popular starting and finishing point for visitors to the state, but also offers plenty of attractions, parks, nearby natural features, architecture, and charming downtown offerings. Bozeman is considered the “most livable place” in the state, and for good reason, it is a city filled with activities during all seasons and offers an abundance of hiking, biking, fishing, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities. The charming city of Missoula is surrounded by mountains and is home to the University of Montana.
The “big sky” state is well-known for its vast abundance of natural features and outdoor activity offerings. While the state offers a seemingly endless list of natural features to be explored, these are the top rated natural attractions in Montana: Glacier National Park, Bannack State Park, Giant Springs State Park, Flathead Lake, Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park, Yellowstone River, and Gate of the Mountains.
Depending on the purpose of your visit, Montana is a 4-season destination, meaning that all four seasons have something valuable to offer. The most popular times to visit are in the summer months, between June and August, when the weather is warm. Since Montana is one of the most northerly states, the weather in the summer doesn’t reach sweltering temperatures and it remains quite sunny and pleasantly warm throughout these months. For ski lovers, the time to visit is between December and March, which are the peak ski season months. Spring and fall are nice times to visit for spring blooms and fall foliage. Temperatures, however, can feel quite chilly during these months, so make sure to bring enough layers.
Turns out that the Big Sky country is more than just stunning views and expansive natural wonders. The state produces a natural abundance of huckleberries, trout, chokeberries, bison, and top quality beef. It’s also first in the nation for producing pulse crops, including peas, chickpeas, and lentils. If you find yourself in Bozeman, make sure to try the lentil-mushroom pate at Claudia’s Mesa, a boutique food emporium. Another iconic state favorite is the Wagon Wheel, which is a burger stuffed inside of two pieces of bread which are crimped and sealed along the edges.
There’s not a more fitting accommodation option for your Montana getaway than a stay at a cozy, charming, and small-scale bed and breakfast close to nature. Bed and breakfasts are often private, small-businesses run by friendly innkeepers and offer an array of personalized offerings. They also come in all shapes and sizes: think cozy log-cabin, quaint cottage-style, or frontier-style vacation rentals with a mountainous backdrop. Whether you are staying in Bozeman, Glacier National Park, Missoula, Flathead Lake, Helena, or Whitefish, there is an option for you!
Although bed and breakfast Montana fit in seamlessly with their natural surroundings, they also offer all of the modern conveniences and amenities that you’d expect in a larger scale hotel. Spacious guest rooms, free wifi, air conditioning, and private bath are available at nearly any bed and breakfast you choose. Bed and breakfasts offer flexible cancellation policies and check-in times, as well as complimentary full breakfast and large communal areas and dining room.
Montana is a big state. This means that having a car or an RV is the most convenient and ideal option for your Montana getaway. However, if having a car during your time in the state is not an option, there are other options for traveling around the state, such as utilizing the train and the bus in the areas of the state where they are available, which is mainly in the bigger cities. The two biggest airports in the state are Missoula International Airport, Billings Logan International Airport, and Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. Car rental companies and RV rental companies are available at all major airports and cities.
Montana is home to several impressive bed and breakfasts spread throughout the state. Here are some of our top picks:
Lehrkind Mansion Bed and Breakfast is one of the top-rated bed and breakfasts in the state. The Queen Anne-style Victorian bed and breakfast is located in the heart of Bozeman and dates back to the 19th-century. Rooms are filled with antique furnishings and the lounges feature a grand piano and gramophones. The 7 charming, spacious guest rooms feature free wifi, air conditioning, private bath, claw-foot tubs, writing desks, and private patios. A full breakfast is served each morning in the dining room.
Cabin Creek Landing Bed & Breakfast is a top-rated, upscale, log-cabin-style bed and breakfast set in Marion, Montana. It features elegant guest rooms that emulate the comforts of home with decks, fireplaces, fine wood furnishings, fireplaces, free wifi, air conditioning, and private bath. A gourmet breakfast is served each morning in the communal dining room. Guests can enjoy the cozy lounge and an exercise room at this red lodge.
Coyote Bluff Estate is a luxurious log-cabin bed and breakfast located in Kalispell, Montana. The stunning rooms and suites feature majestic furnishings, twinkling star lights, private balconies, chaise lounges, plush bedding, and elegant décor. A delicious breakfast is served each morning. The natural, great location makes this top-rated bed and breakfast the perfect setting for a romantic getaway.