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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"The home is incredibly beautiful, all the custom work is just amazing and it overlooks the Yellowstone River, and Electric Peak and Sepulchre Mountain beyond the Yellowstone. It is very clean, well maintained and decorated wonderfully. The small cabin right on the river provided two excellent nights of sleep during my week there with the sound of the running water making for the best sound to fall asleep to. The location is perfect for forays south into Yellowstone NP which is just beyond the river. We had a group of 12, 10 adults and 2 children, and had plenty of room. And the owners are super nice and great to talk to for ideas on where to hike, fish and places to visit in the park. We will definitely be going back, it's just a matter of time!!"
Guest: National Park EnthusiastDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 1, 2015
"Our family of four stayed in this property for a week and we could not have asked for a better place to spend a relaxing vacation. The mountain vistas from the home and from the deck are spectacular and the home has everything a family needs for a stress-free week. We spent most of our days sight-seeing and fishing, both of which are very accessible at the highest level from this location. And each day we looked forward with anticipation the comfort awaiting us back at condo. We are hoping to come back and stay again next year."
Guest: bjdelaneyDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 23, 2015
"It doesn't get much better than this! We stayed in this house for a week as a base for visiting Gallatin / Big Sky, Yellowstone and Grand Teton. The house is an amazing 3 level log cabin with everything you could hope for in terms of amenities, decoration and lovely location in the hills. The kids spent countless hours swinging on the porch while I spent the early mornings sitting by the fire-pit and summer house area relaxing and reading in the morning rays. Several nights were also spent with a nice fire watching the Perseid Meteors, followed by a quick visit to the sauna. Proximity to Big Sky allowed for grocery shopping and plenty of nearby restaurants and activities as well, including some nice fly fishing on the Gallatin river just moments away. We also saw numerous deer in the yard on several occasions and could often hear the hawks as well.
Much of our time was spent in Yellowstone, a bit of ride each day but it is such a massive area that this was expected. We certainly had our fill of wildlife, geysers, and incredible landscapes, although there is never enough time to see it all!
Favorites in the area included the River House restaurant for BBQ and Pool, Ousel Falls for a hike, swimming for the kids and fishing, and Roxy's Market for breakfast and lunch supplies.
We would highly recommend this cabin to anyone looking for this type of great outdoors vacation spot, with good access to many local attractions and national parks. We have rented many many houses from HomeAway and this was right there among the best!"
Guest: TomDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 21, 2015
"What a view! The condo had everything we needed. It was just a minute away from grocery stores and short walk to the Lone Peak Brewery. We rode Big Sky three days and Bridger Bowl one. It was awesome to come home and jump in the hot tub and look up at the peak of Lone Mountain and relive the days achievements. The kitchen had everything we needed, even Siracha! All the amenities let us feel like kings in a castle!"
Guest: BobbyDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 12, 2015