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Originally sited outside of Helena, this wonderfully rebuilt 1800's log cabin still holds all the magic and mystery of the old gold mining days. Owner, Sarah Muller bought the cabin, moved it and re-stacked it at its present location in the historic gold mining town of Old Chico.
Each cabin sleeps four comfortably. Wireless internet is included. Full bathroom with shower, fully equipped kitchen; microwave, coffee maker, blender, stove, pots and pans, and a beautiful marbled gas fired stove.
A perfectly situated cabin in the middle of Paradise Valley, where you can gaze at the night stars in the peaceful serenity of the Emigrant Gulch.
Close enough to Yellowstone for day trips in the park and back home to enjoy a nice BBQ on the back deck or treat yourself to dinner out at one of the fine restaurants in the area.
Please check my website for additional information at montanahomesteadcabins.com
Keywords: Mountain cabin, historic cabin, cabin, Yellowstone National Park, Chico Hot Springs Resort.
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
Our second visit to your Homestead Cabin and Yellowstone was just as memorable as the first. It felt like yesterday being here, whereas it's been 2 years ago already! The quiet, cozy cabin and the beautiful surroundings felt like an extension of the national park. Thanks again for your hospitality and the use of the incredible cabin. If we ever make it a third time, we definitely know where to find you!
My wife and myself stayed with Sarah 2 very short nights in October. We had a guided fishing tour on the Madison River and a guided your of Yellowstone. While Ennis was a very nice little town in the Madison Valley and Yellowstone was something to see, it is our first national park and all; but there is something very special about The Paradise Valley. The people, the views, the gravel roads and not to mention the history, this area has a very magical pull to our hearts. And staying at Sarah's truly amazing cabin didn't hurt none. I was blown away by the attention to detail, and the beauty of the chinking and woodworking; even down to the horseshoe handles on the ladder leading to the loft, truly awesome. So your next trip to Montana, take your time in Emigrant and Chico, take a drive out Colin Rd & Chico Cemetery Rd at sundown, fish the Yellowstone and go horseback riding; don't rush to Yellowstone as fast as everyone does, you'll miss a very special place.
My family of four(kids 11 and 8 years old) stayed in the Schoolhouse for three nights and absolutely loved our time there. The cabin was unbelievable and restored with class and detail! We spent the mornings in the Hot Springs and the evenings fishing and delicious local eating. Sarah was an unbelievable host with great knowledge of the area and extremely welcoming. We loved listening to her stories and she had great advice on things to do around Chico. Thanks so much for the great getaway!
My fiancé and I stayed in the homestead cabin and it by far has been one of my favorites! It was the perfect home away from home. Everything thing was perfect and Sarah the owner made us feel right at home. We can't wait to go back!
The Homestead Cabin was booked so my girlfriend and I stayed at the Schoolhouse for 3 nights. We've stayed in a lot of cottages, cabins, and hotels in the US and across Europe, and the Schoolhouse turned out to be the best place we have ever stayed in, absolutely, hands down. Sarah has beautifully restored the building and it's done to the highest specification, down to the last detail. The decorations, linens, rugs and furniture were all very tasteful and added to the relaxing atmosphere. The sinks and other fittings were incredibly nice and unique (we especially liked the bathroom sink and the lights over the kitchen), and the bed was huge and so comfortable. The whole cabin was so clean and inviting and cosy; the perfect romantic respite from a day's long hike or the hustle and bustle of Yellowstone. We had a great time stargazing from the porch, with the sound of the creek running close by. Although there are other cabins/houses nearby, it still felt very secluded and private, which was just perfect for our trip. Sarah was a brilliant host; she was helpful, kind and friendly - she made us feel so welcome. We honestly didn't want to leave, and would come back in a heartbeat.
I never imagined anything could distract my three tween/teen kids from their "devices" - but after 5 unplugged days in this beautiful cabin they did not want to return home. There is internet and cell service... but, my kids were so captivated by the location they completely forgot all about their phones and iPads! They were actually reading these things called "books"! The cabin was cozy, but there was plenty of room for our family of five. The location was convenient while still being secluded. Sarah is kind, helpful, funny, welcoming, and inspirational. I sincerely hope we are able to return, but if not, we have memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you, Sarah!
Hi Sarah, just a note to let you know we arrived home safely and also to thank you again for our absolutely wonderful visit to Montana. The cabin was fantastic, a place I could live out my life, but it would need some closet space for my "stuff" either that or I would have to get rid of my "stuff" which I probably should do anyhow. As we were leaving the forest, yes we went thru Yellowstone on the way out I got to see my wolf, I was so excited because the whole purpose of the visit was to see the wolves. With the stay at the cabin which by the way was beautiful during the snowstorm, then looking out to see the deer in the field next to the cabin, the additional viewing of the wolves, the entire visit was beyond our expectations. Yes we will be planning another visit in the future, until then stay well, be safe and thank you for everything.
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.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
Standard rates are for two people, each additional person is $15 per night.
50% Deposit is Required to Reserve. Full Payment Upon Arrival. Not accepting credit cards at this time. Cancellation policy requires a 4-week notice for a full refund.