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Recent Gold West Country reviews

  • Spring Break 2014

    "The cabin was right where we could easily access the ski area. The cabin was perfect for our group. We had a couple of families with kids and we all had plenty of space. The wood stove is very effective and we were able to leave the windows open at night to cool it off. The owners were very accomodating and helpful. The hot tub was really nice and we liked the enclosure. We will be renting it again in the future."
    Guest: The "Drifters" Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 17, 2014
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  • Perfect vacation!

    "Bob and Dallas have a beautiful home! Five guys from New Hampshire and Maine headed out for a Montana fishing trip and a great time was had by all. The house was just as advertised and very comfortable for all of us. Ennis is a great town, and thanks to Dallas, we found some great food and fun places for a beer without a lot of trial and error. Most nights though we relaxed around the house and took advantage of the beautiful kitchen and all the amenities. Can't wait for the chance to head their way again! Thanks again Bob and Dallas!"
    Guest: Evan Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014
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  • BB from Ohio

    "I'm back from vacation and already miss the "cabin" in Montana. Having passed many other cabins that were"available for rental" from campgrounds, the Professor's Cabin put them all to shame. Jeff's home was solid and made from logs, the likes of which I'd never seen before-they were HUGE. From the moment my friend and I walked in the door, we were awed. I immediately walked right through and stepped out onto the wrap around deck and heard an elk bugling...Unfortunately, hearing bugling was the only interaction I would have with the elk, as the chipmunks are very territorial and managed to run the elk off. Just kidding :) -Would I recommend this place for my friends and family? Only if they promised to take me along! I LOVED it. I guess I should say "WE LOVED it," and my friend is not a nature person-he likes to drive-ALOT! On this trip, he was actually content to sit and read for hours at a time in the peace, quiet, and tranquility of the cabin. The weather was very accommodating. We got a bit of everything...sun, rain, snow, more sun. I thought Ohio was famous for changing weather. I packed for some of everything, and found it all in Montana. I watched a fox hunting for breakfast in the meadow a couple of mornings. I saw a coyote and scads of deer in the tall grass off the deck, as well. A couple of times I heard coyotes hunting. (Being from Ohio, I know this sound well and may have misinterpreted it otherwise.) Then, as I jokingly mentioned were the chipmunks, who served as the entertainment committee-they were bouncing around everywhere and, at times, launching themselves off the gatepost through the air to (sometimes successfully) land on the hanging birdfeeder at the end of the lane. They would scamper across the deck while I had my morning coffee, and chatter at me, then dash off to harass the birds in the yard. As for the inside of Jeff's home, it was spotless upon arrival and ready to be enjoyed. I did have a real problem with the windows however...in that I couldn't tear myself away from them when I was inside supposedly doing chores. I soon learned to do my tidying when it was too dark to see outside, so I wouldn't have to run back to the windows or run out onto the deck repeatedly (and even then, the stars and moon would beckon.) If you want to get away from it all, even if you're "city folk" like my friend who can't tell a sparrow from a wren, you will love the serenity you can find at The Professor's Cabin."
    Guest: Barb B. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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  • truly isolated paradise

    "The cabin and the property far exceeded our expectations. I have never been to a more private and idyllic retreat. There is nothing but nature, a crystal clear trout river and a well appointed real log cabin with all modern day conveniences to occupy your view. The surrounding cliffs, mountains, and rock formations form a veritable 180 degree wall around the back of the cabin. We never had the slightest desire to leave the property. We will definitely be returning some day!"
    Guest: Mountain man Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 6, 2014
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