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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

Recent Montana property reviews

  • UC Davis College Annual Reunion

    "This guest house was a great gathering place for our 13 member reunion. Being minutes away from Yellowstone National Park made it wonderful. We particularly enjoyed the location (being close to Yellowstone River) and the all wood construction of this huge log cabin. The managers were very helpful in answering all our questions. The listing description was accurate, and property was clean and well maintained and all supplies were provided, as advertised on VRBO. The outside hot tub needed maintenance as the water was dirty and did not have chlorine. A few light bulbs in the tall ceilings need changing, and it would have been great to have a modern wide screen flat panel TV and internet Wi-Fi availabilty! Since this place is close to small towns (such as Livingston), we were able to get all supplies we needed. All in all, we all enjoyed our stay very much. We highly recommend this property to anyone who wishes River and Yellowstone Park proximity and the feeling of open, beautiful surroundings."
    Guest: Violet Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: August 30, 2012
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  • This Needs a 10-STAR Rating!!!

    "We stayed here for one awesome week the last week of April and couldn't have asked for better accommodations, scenery or owners!! The pictures they show don't do it justice, as I probably looked at those pictures 1,000 times or more over the 2-1/2 months after making our reservations until our arrival date, and NEVER would have pictured just how ROOMY this cabin is! Seeing it from the outside it looks small but inside it is a very-roomy 1,600+ square feet, with two master suites on opposite sides of the great room with very nice upgrades throughout. We really enjoyed the gas fireplace, steam shower and deep-jetted jacuzzi tub. Although the owners live 20-30 yards away in their own cabin, the few times we happened upon them were always nothing but pleasant conversations. They were very helpful in suggesting places to eat, hikes to take and even left the local newspaper's page for church services in the area on our windshield Sunday morning after hearing us mention the previous evening about our plans to attend a church. We gained two really neat friends during this vacation, (plus their three Springer Spaniels). After experiencing this cabin in person, and daily walks around their 35 acres, I'm still amazed at what a true 'gem' this is. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS CABIN FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION!!!"
    Guest: Lisa Date of Stay: April 2013 Review Submitted: May 1, 2013
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  • Wonderful Retreat!

    "Ahh Madison River, it has to be the prettiest river we've traveled to for fly fishing so far to date. The tall grasses with it’s golden hues of late September, the curve of the river as it meanders is more beautiful than I remembered from the previous road trip to this valley number of years ago. I even enjoyed working on countless tangles on my fly line as I watch the light changes on the river from morning to dusk. Thank you so much for providing us with your lovely comfortable home! We found the house to be very clean (this we consider very important!) and thoughtfully furnished. We loved cooking in the well equipped gourmet kitchen and sipping morning coffee on the deck with comfy rocking chairs. The river behind the house is just lovely and the sound of the river is very relaxing and magical. We've stayed at several vacation rentals in Montana for fly fishing and skiing over the years but this house and the location is by far our favorite!"
    Guest: Suni D. Date of Stay: September 2012 Review Submitted: October 15, 2012
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  • Fly Fishing

    "We had a group of nine guys in the home for three days for a fly fishing trip. The home was great, and well laid out for a group of this size. The house sleeps 12, however if everyone wants a separate bed, 8 is a better number. Great location with a lot of privacy. A few stores for last minute necessities are located within a mile of the home."
    Guest: Gerry Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 8, 2014
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Montana Travel Tips

Things to See and Do at Montana Vacation Rentals

Montana cabin rentals and homes offer up wide open spaces, tall mountain ranges and abundant wildlife. It is often referred to as the Big Sky State because of its wilderness appeal. Perhaps Montana's most famous natural attraction is Yellowstone National Park and the tall geyser named "Old Faithful" that erupts on a regular basis. Yellowstone vacation rentals are close to great wildlife viewing. It is home to grizzlies, wolves, and various species of deer, elk and other antelope. There are several hiking trails in the park and one of the highlights is the hike up the Iceberg Trail. The route visits the Ptarmigan Falls and then traverses the southern shore of the glacial lake known as Iceberg Lake.

For those that enjoy water sports, Montana cabin rentals along the river offer many adventure opportunities. There is whitewater rafting, paddling and fishing to be enjoyed. Another favorite way to explore the landscapes is on horseback. There are numerous road and mountain bike trails available for cyclists. For technical riders, there are miles of forest and mountain single-track sections. When the season turns, it isn't the end of the adventures. Instead, when the snows blanket the mountains, it attracts even more visitors. Montana cabins are also close to some of the best ski resorts in North America and they are also some of the more affordable to visit. There are miles of downhill ski runs catering to beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. There are also Nordic and cross country skiing trails and various snowboarding terrain parks. Snowshoeing is a popular pastime and many of the parks offer winter snowshoe hikes. There are also snow coach tours that take you sightseeing and wildlife viewing in the cozy comfort of a heated all-terrain vehicle.

Visitors to Montana Cabins

If you love getting away to cabin rentals, Montana has your number: the state attracts those who like wide open spaces, nature and the outdoors. It is the ideal adventure playground in all seasons for those that enjoy an active vacation. In the winter months, many people are attracted to the many excellent ski resorts. It is also a great family vacation destination, especially if you want to instill in your children an appreciation for nature and the outdoors. You can choose your summertime adventure depending on your interests. Most people like to head out on the various hiking trails. Others like to explore on horseback or mountain bikes. There are also strong western traditions with rodeos and shows taking place throughout the season.

Seasons to Visit Montana Vacation Homes

There are two favorite seasons for booking Montana vacation homes, depending on your interests. The summer months are generally the most popular for those who want to participate in outdoor activities and wildlife viewing. It is also the ideal time of year to explore some of the cultural and historic attractions. The peak season in summertime is during July. The second most popular travel season coincides with the annual snowfalls. The ski season starts in December and, if the weather conditions are good, can last until April. The peak ski season is during December and January.

Traveling to Montana

Many families who travel to Montana do so as part of a road trip. There is an extensive road network throughout Montana that is well maintained. If you are traveling from further afield, the primary airport is Billings Logan International Airport. The airport hosts flights on most major North American airlines and has regular commercial flights to the major cities in the United States. The second major airport is the Great Falls International Airport. Missoula International Airport also has frequent commercial flights to most major U.S. cities.

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