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"What a great place! We stayed here for 4 nights in early February for our annual trip to Big Sky. It was the first time we stayed on the Moonlight Basin side, and I can say with certainly, we'd definitely stay here again. The place was perfect. Aside from about a 30 yard walk, it's about as ski-in/ski-out as it gets. It had a large, open floor plan that was great for hanging out, a nice sized hot tub, and plenty of space to store ski gear after a long day on the slopes. And the views were pretty amazing too! The owners left a really nice welcome basket as well...certainly a nice perk! The only small negative was that the bonus room was too narrow to fully open the day bed, so I wouldn't exactly call it a room for 2. Again, not a big deal, but just something to think about if you plan on sleeping more than 3 couples there. Can't wait to make our next trip back to Big Sky...hopefully record winds don't keep the tram closed next time around!"
Guest: Natan P.Date of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: April 15, 2015
Great House for Ski out....Ski in is another matter all together.
"My group of 17 adults skiers really enjoyed was the House had to offer in handling such a large group. Each room was well furnished and the accommodations were comfortable. Hats off to the management company for making our stay very easy and comfortable. Btw, having 5-adults stay in the bunk room on the lower floor is a bit challenging....as they had to spread out into the lower living room space to accommodate all their gear.
Otherwise, the house fit our needs pretty well, except I'd recommend the owner invest in a much better set of cutlery for the kitchen and a more robust wifi system. The preparation knives were very basic and our group has some top notch chefs. The wifi system can't handle more than 10 to 15 devices logged into the router. Since AT&T is really the only cell carrier in the mountain region, most folks on Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile had to access their smart phones via the wifi network. Hence, with a house full of 17 professional workers, we maxed out and exceeded the wifi capabilities on a daily basis.
A couple of tips for future folks to consider. (1) The house is easy to get too, but the drive-way is on a down-hill slope....meaning the main road is above the house. Hence, during the winter, 4-wheel drive vehicles are a must. Also, be cautious around the house during warm days as ice builds up on in front of the main entrance. (2) There is a good grocery store (Roxi) in the main town before you get to the mountain area. It's very well stocked with reasonable prices. Btw, most of the mountain restaurants have reasonable priced food....given it's a main tourist area. (3) If you're out hiking on warmer days, as it was back during our stay (Feb 28th to March 7th), make sure to get a pair of yak-tracks for your boots. With warm days, there was a lot of ice on the trails. Hence the need for yak-tracks which strap onto your boots. We had one gal injured in a fall on the ice trail...and spent some time with the local docs, which are great and reasonably priced services. (4) Bozeman airport is about an hour and 15 minute drive from the house....with clear roads and no snow. Easy to get from and to. (5) The Mountain is huge....and even with a light snow base of 40 inches at the bottom, there was some great skiing to be found. (6) I recommend Lone Mountain Sports for your ski rental needs. If you have a large group like I did, talk with Jeff to get a good discount for your group."
Guest: John - GlobalTrekking.netDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: April 9, 2015
"When we arrived on Saturday, August 16 we were astounded at the fabulous view of Lone Mountain, but disappointed with the unit. It had not been cleaned. There was an apparent mixup with the cleaners. The Condo itself was nice but had a musty smell.
I called Jim, the owner of the condo, and explained the problem. He was the one that found out it had not been cleaned. I told Jim that we were disappointed, Without any excuses or alibis Jimsaid he would call me back in a few minutes with a solution. He did just as he said. He told me how to get in a fourth floor unit and stayed on the phone to be sure we were satisfied. Were we satisfied? WOW! The unit was wonderful in every way. The Jim and his wife are te best. They will be sure you are taken care of. THANKS JIM"
Guest: DonDate of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
"Had the best place ever. Matt brought a new BBQ over in minutes when the original one wasn't putting out enough to cook up steaks for 18 hungry "Ravens". Everything worked perfectly. The home is solid and insulated well between floors and rooms. Slept the best on nice beds. The ski in ski out local is awesome. The hot tub was perfect and the visit from the local fox topped off a perfect day. Thanks so much.
Pat And the Eielson Raven ski club.
We will be back."
Guest: PatDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: February 22, 2015