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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 reviews

  • Great family getaway outside Whitefish

    "We just got back from an amazing week at this property. Our only complaint was that we couldn't stay another week (or two). After our very urban kids got used to the hunting trophies, they settled right in and were all sad to have to leave. Ky was a welcoming host full of helpful information (and was able to give the 2 younger kids in our group a riding lesson) but left us to enjoy the solitude and natural beauty on our own. Location is a relatively quick drive 8 or so miles northwest of town--close enough for grocery store/beer runs and dinners out but remote enough to really feel like you are enjoying great outdoors that city people like us come to Montana to experience."
    Guest: mom from the Midwest Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • Fishing Galore!

    "What a great place to go! We had trout for breakfast every day and it was wonderful. Although all of us did not fish, there were so many more things to do! I watched a doe and her fawn from the front window for quite some time. We saw antelope, elk, deer, and the views were to die for. One day we took a trip to the Lez Perce Indian battle ground and learned a lot about the tribe and its tribulations, I would definitely recommend this. On Saturday we drove into the little town of Jackson and had dinner at the Jackson Hot Springs restaurant/Bar. Although they have a Mexican Food restaurant too, we did not try it."
    Guest: Shellbell Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014
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  • Wonderful cabin in a beautiful location.

    "We stayed here for the 1st week of our honeymoon at the end of July 14 and loved the place! The condo is really spacious, very well maintained and has all the comforts of home. The master bedroom is huge and the bed is massive! The hot tub was cleaned and drained on the day we arrived and we loved using it after a nice long walk in the mountains. The property has a good barbeque and tables outside so that you can enjoy the views across the town. The location is good for the resort of Big Sky is you are there in the Ski season. We were there in summer so went for many excellent walks in the area. If you like to hike we would recommend Ouzel falls (close to the condo and a nice scenic walk which is quite easy) Beehive Basin (stunning scenery with a small lake at the end of the walk), & Lava Lake (more challenging in terms of vertical walking but a big lake is the reward & the scenery is fantastic) the first you can walk straight form the condo and the other two are about 10-20mins drive away, take bear spray. The main reason we picked the condo was for the proximity of Yellowstone National Park. We ventured to the park on 2 days during the week at the condo. It’s about 45 mins drive to the park entrance which is really convenient. It’s closer to stay in west Yellowstone if you need to be closer to the park but we preferred the condo and location of Big Sky for nicer scenery and it’s less touristy than West Yellowstone. There are lots of things to do in Big Sky aside from the walking. We went white water rafting with the Geyser WWR company which is ten mins from the condo, I would highly recommend this and we also went horse riding which was great fun. I would highly recommend these trips & they are good for all ages. From start to finish the service and help provided by the owner was excellent. We had the most amazing week in the property and the town of Big Sky was great. There are a few nice places to eat and drink in the town, the local convenience store has anything you could possibly want & they had a few events on whilst we were in town such as the PBR rodeo which was great fun. We dined at the Gallatin River Restaurant & Bucks T4 just outside of town, both were really nice informal meals and Buck’s has a complimentary shuttle bus that will pick you up and drop you off when you book dinner. In Big Sky there is a pub/restaurant called Choppers that serves good beer and tasty pub food like burgers and steaks."
    Guest: Mike Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Wonderful place to stay for summer get-a-way!

    "Clean, modern, very comfortable - exactly as depicted. Well equipped kitchen if cooking-in. Beautiful views. Short walk to scenic lift, restaurants and small shops within resort. Easy drive to Glacier National Park. Clear and easy check-in directions. Best for couple - bedroom loft looks down over living room, so no privacy if more than that staying. Would definitely like to visit again and would recommend to others."
    Guest: Debbie J. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 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

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.

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