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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
"I enjoyed a wonderful few days in this delightful, well-appointed cabin set on a plain at the foothills of the Absaroka Mountains. The view from the porch -- in every direction -- is breath-taking, and the location (walking distance from where Pine Creek meets the Yellowstone River) is amazing. The cabin is small but big enough, and furnished artfully, with a collection of readable books, a very comfortable bed, a piano, a telescope, a wood-burning stove, and a kitchen that has everything you might need -- including counter space. The photos can't capture the way the golden sunlight falls in the evening, or the sound of light summer rain, or how clean the air smells. It's truly a magical, restorative place, and I can't wait to go back."
Guest: MT loverDate of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
"We recently spent five days at Mission Ranch Lodge and could have stayed many more. Six adults with much more room than we needed. The home is immaculate and beautifully decorated. Such a comfortable home, gorgeous kitchen with everything you could possibly want. The view out the back is amazing. The creek on the side of the house is beautiful. We had whitetail deer visit every morning and evening. The house is located in a beautiful area with lots to do. Only an hour away from the north entrance to Yellowstone, a few minutes to the quaint towns of Livingston and Big Timber. Rich, the ranch manager, gave us a very informative tour. Darcy, one of the owners, was amazing to work with...always very reachable and so pleasant. I would highly recommend this property."
Guest: SusanDate of Stay: May 2014Review Submitted: June 8, 2014
"We just returned from a wonderful Montana vacation. This house made our stay very enjoyable! We had three couples and 3 of our adult children staying there and we can report there was plenty of room and privacy for everyone! Private baths in 3 of the bedrooms were perfect for the "older generation". Our group came from the east coast, the west coast and the Midwest. What great fun we had meeting up in this beautiful Montana house, enjoying dinners together and catching up with all. The kitchen had everything we needed. It was well stocked with all of the basics, spices and many extras. The kitchen was a joy to cook in with every modern appliance and convenience you might need. Any additional food we needed was easily purchased at the grocery, just 5 minutes from the house. This home was the perfect location for relaxing each evening after a day of fly fishing or rafting on the beautiful nearby rivers. It was also a nice location to head out for day trips to Yellowstone National Park. The views from every window and balcony were spectacular. Wild life came through the property regularly. We especially enjoyed a group of deer that stopped by one evening during a brief, but beautiful, early snow. They made a perfect picture! Adele was great to work with and very attentive before, during and after our stay. I felt like I made a new friend. I highly recommend this home to anyone visiting Montana."
Guest: Linda S.Date of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: September 19, 2014
"Our family stayed at this location, for a week, the pictures on the site does not give enough praise on how wonderful this place is. We loved it, it has everything we need and the location is spectacular. We plan to come back next year, thank you Brook for this beautiful opportunity. Sincerely the Price family Flagstaff Az"
Guest: PricesDate of Stay: June 2014Review Submitted: June 22, 2014