1 Bdrm + Loft, 1 Bath, Sleeps 4-5 + Mountain Views & 5 mins from Chico Hot Spgs
About Sarah Muller
Sarah, a long time resident and former Yellowstone National Park employee, offers guidance about anything from where to eat, hike, fish, to finding the nearest hot spring. Her own cabin is located on the property, and she is happy to share her local knowledge of the area.
Sarah Muller purchased this Cabin in 2004
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - $20 per night, per pet.$20 per night, per pet.
No smoking - Only Outside PleaseOnly Outside Please
Max guests: 5
We had a lovely stay and look forward to visiting again!
What a great place to stay...Sara was right there to show us around and made sure we had everything we needed for the weekend.
Great little cabin
Stayed for a couple of days to go relax and get away. We had our 2 year old son and 7 year old golden retriever. Sarah was awesome to work with, and the cabin was great. Thanks again Sarah for accommodating us. Looking forward to coming back.
Perfect Anniversary Trip
The Homestead Cabin was sunny and cozy and filled with all the things you could need. Sarah was very easy to work with and was full of great recommendations. The Cabin was easy to get to but felt tucked away in the woods. It was a quick drive or walk to nearby Chio hot springs. and only a few miles from Emergent where you can find wonderful food and great service. We spent some time in both the Old Saloon and the Outpost the food was wonderful and the service everything you would expect from warm friendly Montana. We will definitely be back to stay again. Sarah owns two other cabins that sleep more people and was happy to give us a little tour. We will be back and bring family and friends. We can't keep this little gem to our self. We would highly recommend.
In Yellowstone National Park there are 2.5 million acres to explore. Chico Hot Springs Resort is one mile from the my cabins and offers a natural hot spring pool to soak in, horseback riding (Rocking HK Outfitters), restaurants and a saloon with live music.
Hike out your front door up the Emigrant gulch, or choose one of the many forest service hiking trails in the nearby valley.
Floating the Yellowstone River that flows the length of Paradise Valley. The Yellowstone River is river is only un-damed river in the lower 48 states. It’s the perfect way to spend a day or relaxing canoeing, fishing or whitewater rafting.
Boat rentals are available at the Rubber Ducky Rentals in Livingston. http://www.riverservices.com
Guided fishing trips that I recommend is http://troutwestflyfishing.com
Anglers West fly shop at http://www.montanaflyfishers.com can help you with all your fly fishing needs.
Yellowstone in winter is my favorite time of year, it is truly a winter wonderland.
December thru March the parks concessionaire Xanterra www.xanterra.com
offers interpreted snow coach tours into the interior of the park. They also offer ski and snowshoe rentals.
If your looking to ski locally Timber Trails www.timbertrailsmontana.com
in Livingston offers rentals too.
Dog sled treks by Absaroka Dogsled Treks www.dogsledmt.com operates out of Chico Hot Spring Resort. They trek up the Mill Creek Road, a drainage north of my cabins. Mill Creek is also one of my favorite place to cross country ski and snowshoe.
Downhill skiing at Bridger Bowl www.bridgerbowl.com is a great local ski area only one hours drive.
Restaurants and more
Chico Hot Springs has a few options, from their pool side grill to fine dining (reservations highly recommended).
Yellowstone Valley Grill has culinary fine dining, enjoy indoor dining or sit on their open patio with a view of the Yellowstone River in Paradise Valley. Dinner highly recommended and reservations are needed. www.yellowstonevalleylodge.com/fine-dining/fine-dining.htm
Wildflower Bakery and Follow Your Nose BBQ www.wildflourbakerymt.com
is my local hangout, the bakery is open for breakfast and lunch, Follow Your Nose BBQ is open during the summer with occasional outdoor music. It’s the perfect place to load up on fresh pastries, and bread for a day of exploring.
The small community of Emigrant is 4 short miles from my cabins. It has a bank, Post Office, a general store, gas station, car wash and laundromat.
Livingston is an extraordinary small town half hours drive from here. It provides galleries, antique and thrift stores, restaurants, coffee shops, brew pubs and bakeries. Some of my favorites are Out of the Blue Antiques and Curator Closet. For a nice cup of Joe, check out Coffee Crossing.