Black Mountain Guest House Fishing & Close to Yellowstone
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- Minimum stay:1-3 nights
- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Black Mountain Guest House is located at the base of the Absaroka Mountains at an elevation of about 4800 feet overlooking several mountains above 10,000 feet. Situated on 8 acres on the quieter east side of the Paradise Valley, Black Mountain Guest House includes nearly 1400 square feet of space as a base for all your adventures. Whether your interests include fishing, hiking, a visit to Yellowstone National Park, rock climbing or simply strolling through art galleries you will be perfectly situated to enjoy all your activities. At the end of the day you can enjoy the peace and quiet that this location offers. You can relax in a rocker on the covered porch with a good book, sit around the campfire making s’mores or enjoy the patio with your favorite beverage while gazing at the mountains.
If you wish to go fishing you will be only minutes away from several mountain creeks, the famous Yellowstone River or the Paradise Valley spring creeks. You will also be a short drive away from the wadeable Boulder River. You will have access to some fly tying tools and reference works on request if you need to resupply your fly boxes during your stay.
When you enter you will see the kitchen, dining room and living room on the first floor. The sleeper sofa overlooks the mountains to the south. The kitchen includes all the dinnerware, glassware, silverware and cooking utensils for your stay. You have a refrigerator, microware, toaster oven, toaster , coffee maker and grinder and gas grill. The living room is complete with satellite TV.
On the second floor you will find two bedrooms. One with a queen size bed and one with another queen size bed and a full size antique iron bed. On this floor you will also have a bathroom complete with linens and hair dryer. You also have a seating area that can be used to plan your next day’s adventures, to solve a puzzle or use the Wi-Fi internet access.
After a quite nights rest you can hike to the Pine Creek Falls which are only minutes away or you are within walking distance to the South Fork Dry Creek trailhead. There are numerous trails within 10 minutes in both the Bridger and Absaroka Mountains. If your interests include rock climbing you are only minutes away from Allenspur or the Mill Creek areas.
At Black Mountain Guest House you are only 45 minutes away from Yellowstone National Park and the north entrance. You can use this entrance to drive the Beartooth Highway. The Beartooth Highway is an All-American Road that has been called 'the most beautiful drive in America.' Pack a picnic in the available picnic basket and enjoy the day in the park or on the highway.
After a long day you can count the deer off the porch and after the sun goes down stay up to see the Milky Way and infinite stars in the night sky. If you want to let someone else cook you will only be about 15 minutes from the town of Livingston with several restaurants or from Chico hot springs, a Wine Spectator award winner. The Livingston area is home to three museums, over a dozen art galleries, several shops and spas.
If your plans include a visit during the winter, you will only be 45 minutes away from the downhill ski area of Bridger Bowl. The north entrance to Yellowstone National Park, 45 minutes away, is the only entrance open to auto traffic year ‘round. The bears might be hibernating but the rest of the animals will be active. You can also go cross country skiing, go on a snow mobile tour, ice climb a waterfall or go on a dog sled ride.
Keywords: Guest Quarters
- Vacation Rental
- Pets Not Allowed
- Non Smoking Only
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7, Beds for 7
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Convertible bed(s)
- Queen size Beds (2), Double Beds (1), Sleep Sofa or Futons (1)
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Air Conditioning
- Linens Provided
- Parking Off Street
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
- Mobile Phone
- Outdoor Grill
- Deck / Patio
- Mountain Biking
- Cross Country Skiing
- Sight Seeing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Horseback Riding
- Live Theater
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Rock Climbing
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3 night min stay
Oct 1 - Jan 2
1 night min stay
Jan 3 - May 14
1 night min stay
- Property Damage Protection: $49
- Tax Rate 7%
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- Nearest Airport: Bozeman MT at 30 Miles
- Nearest Barpub: Pine Creek Lodge at 2 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: Pine Creek Lodge at 2 Miles
Year Purchased: 2011
About the owner: We are a retired couple that will usually be on site to help you with any questions. We enjoy fly fishing and quilting.
Why the Owner Chose Paradise Valley:
The paradise valley is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Also the town of Livingston has a small town feel with friendly residents. Great restaurants and nice art community.
The Unique Benefits at this House:
We enjoy gazing at the mountains and watching the deer, geese and eagles off the porch. We like how quiet it is in this area but only minutes to shopping and nightlife. We also make frequent trips to Yellowstone Park to view the wildlife.
- Primary: 406-465-0243
- Secondary: 406-980-0786
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View of Black Mountain Guest House
Queen bed number 2.
Dresser in bedroom 1
Bedroom 2 and bath
Queen bed number 2
Game table or fly tying table
New for 2012 our pond.
Fawn drinking from our pond
Porch with rocking chairs and gas grill
Side table with microwave and toaster oven
Doors between bedroom 1 and bedroom 2
Full size bed in bedroom 1
Wardrobe in bedroom 1
Closet in bedroom 2
Elk in Yellowstone National Park in the winter
Horse shoe pits
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