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Recent Bozeman property reviews
"My husband and I met my brother and his girlfriend for the weekend in Bozeman and stayed at the Northside Hideaway. It was perfect for a quick weekend get-away! Fireplace was wonderful, kitchen was small but efficient and has high-end appliances, house was cozy and comfortable! Perfect for hanging out with easy access to downtown and easy drive to hiking, skiing, anything outdoors. We'll be staying here again!"Guest: redhatMT Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 17, 2014View listing
"Hi Merry and Barry. We had a great time in Bozeman and should have made plans to stay longer! We left on a United flight at 12:40pm yesterday and landed in Ct at 10:40pm last night. Although it is always good to be home, it would have been a lot more fun to wake up this morning in Happy Trails! What a lovely condo you have!!! It was so clean and quiet and fully furnished. The bed we slept in was very comfortable and the air conditioning was a real bonus!!! The location was also central to everything. One evening we walked to Kirk Park and watched some boys at the skateboarding park and then onto U-Swirl Yogurt! Thank you for such grand hospitality!!!! I hope we left the condo as you requested. Enjoy what remains of the summer! Fondly, Carol and Doug"Guest: Carol M. Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: August 25, 2013View listing
"This place is very comfy, and the management was extremely helpful and easy to work with. The location is slightly on the outskirts of town, but not more than a 5 minute drive. The unit sits on the corner - very quiet. Very nice to have a garage to park the vehicle out of the sun, and for safety (although it's Bozeman - does crime even happen there?) I am on-call for my job and was worried about the WiFi. Internet was fast, and the WiFi was strong enough in every room, with a dual 2.4/5 Ghz access point. The kitchen has plenty of pots/pans and other cooking utensils. "No fussin', no fightin', no fartin'." (You'll get it when you visit this place!!)"Guest: Brian H. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014View listing
"Enormous picture windows in every room of this house. Quality finishing touches and all the space you could need. This home made our stay in Bozeman so very comfortable. Our every need was met and we were sad when our time there was over. Thank you so much for the home away from home experience. We will return again and as often as possible."Guest: MT Bound Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 9, 2014View listing
Bozeman Travel Tips
The Advantages of Staying at Bozeman Vacation Rentals
Bozeman is in the scenic Gallatin Valley in the mountains of southwest Montana. It was named after the pioneer, John Bozeman, who made his living guiding settlers through the mountains in the 19th century. This unspoiled area is a natural paradise for those who enjoy the great outdoors as it is surrounded by national forest and stunning scenery. This beautiful area of the Rockies is nicknamed the “Garden of Montana.” Those wanting the convenience of shops, restaurants, museums and evening entertainment will not be disappointed as Bozeman caters for all tastes.
Choosing a log cabin or vacation home is the best way to experience rural life in Montana. Whether there are two or 10 of you, there is plenty of room in a Bozeman vacation rental home. A cabin makes the ideal base for exploring the area each day, returning home to a comfortable bed and warm fire on chilly evenings. Full amenities include a useful washer/dryer unit and fully equipped kitchen. Pick up supplies in nearby Bozeman and eating in will be fun and save money for other extravagancies such as rafting, horseback trekking or a visit to the hot springs in the area.
Things to do From Your Bozeman Lodging
Bozeman offers great skiing in the mountains during the winter months. It is just 43 miles from Montana’s Big Sky resort and a two-hour drive from Yellowstone National Park. Hiking, fishing and horseback riding are the most popular activities, along with hunting, fishing and rock climbing. More unusual activities such as llama-guided treks and whitewater rafting can be enjoyed here too. Bozeman also has plenty to offer those looking for theater and art museums. It hosts several cultural events including art and food festivals during the year.
Getting to Bozeman, Montana
The nearest international airport from Bozeman is Salt Lake City Airport which is 341 miles away. The Bozeman Airport at Gallatin Field is served by Delta, Northwest, United Express and Horizon Airlines, making it very easy to reach this northwesterny corner of the states. The airport is eight miles from Bozeman and a rental car is advisable for getting around. Driving to Bozeman is straightforward along the I-90, US 191 and MT 84 routes.
Places to Visit From Your Bozeman Cabins
Bozeman is well located within easy reach of Gallatin which is a sizeable town along the banks of the Gallatin River. Bridger Bowl Ski area and Bohart Ranch Nordic Center are around 20 miles away. Big Sky and Moonlight ski areas and Lone Mountain Nordic Center are 48 miles drive from Bozeman.
The natural beauty and attractions of Yellowstone Park are 87 miles away but a visit to this top national park is a must. The famous Museum of the Rockies is close and the Lewis and Clark caverns are a 45-minute drive from your vacation rental in Bozeman.
The Local Weather in Bozeman
Bozeman’s weather is affected by its mountain location. Summer days are pleasantly warm, in the 70s and 80s F but nights are chilly. It is ideal for outdoor activities as it is rarely hot and humid. Summer sunshine lasts into October but the temperatures are in the 50s F. Winters may be mild at times, with light winds making it ideal for outdoor snowsport activities from mid-December to early April.