About the property
- Cabin420 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
1 bedroom Cabin in the woods at the base of the Crazy Mountains
Charming cabin on an artist’s 21 forested acres with stream and pond. This gem is perfect for a solo escape or a romantic journey for two and the amenities abound: fully functional galley kitchen; comfortable queen bed; new 3/4 bathroom with custom cabinets and counter top, equipped with shampoo/conditioner/hair dryer/1st aid kit; charming gas fireplace; handcrafted cabin interior brings the woods inside and is accented with antiques; VCR/DVD players with monitor and small library of videos and DVD's; CD player; large deck with great views; gas grill; hiking on the property with views of two mountain ranges and possible sightings of moose, bear, elk, deer and maybe even a mountain lion. Enjoy breath-taking sunrises & sunsets - great for artists who paint, sketch or photograph! To further your Montana experience, activities abound from visiting Yellowstone National Park, rodeos, art galleries, hot springs, visit a ghost town, fishing, skiing, hunting, wildlife viewing and more – most within one hour's drive or less! Historic Hwy 89 delivers you to other small Western towns to be explored by the curious and by those who want to experience the true West.
Ed & Diane Grunseth
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 20, 2018
About Ed & Diane Grunseth
Ed & Diane have been self-employed artists throughout their life. Diane paints in oil. Ed makes furniture and sculpture. Their small family business - The Kristian Brunsdale Studio - is named after Ed's Norwegian grandfather.
Ed & Diane Grunseth purchased this Cabin in 2001
Why Ed & Diane Grunseth chose Wilsall
We moved from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Montana to turn the clock back in a rural alpine setting with mountains, water and trees - the Montana dream! We're still near civilization with the towns of Livingston (35 miles away) & Bozeman (50 miles away) that have amenities such as the university in Bozeman, a very good hospital, excellent art galleries and great dining. Our place has allowed us to build and expand our studio, enjoy the outdoors with its abundant wildlife - it's a 24/7 vacation for us!
What makes this Cabin unique
One walk on the property and we were sold because of the one acre pond, Horse Creek running along its border and the heavy Doug Fir forest for us to play in. An additional bonus is the great neighbors doing a wide variety of things from ranching to the arts (painters, writers, photographers & more) to cowboys and the fun and excitement that Wilsall brings with it's seasonal events and just hanging out. And there's road trips!
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Please ask the owner or check their rental agreement when booking the property.
It was awesome
Property was well kept, and beautiful
Lovely private cabin
The cabin was perfect for two. Very quiet and comfortable. It was nicely furnished with attention to detail and very clean. Diane was very helpful and easy to reach. Close to Livingston and about one and a half hour to Yellowstone national park.
Thanks very much to the owners for a wonderful stay.
Were simply so happy your happy. Montana had something to do with it ,right! Thanks for come-in by and being such great guests. Best to you all ,Ed and Diane
Beautiful setting and comfy cabin :-)
Very glad you had nice stay.Thank you for coming to our woods !
Sweet cabin, artfully crafted with many small touches to delight in. Private and peaceful.
Excellent little cabin. Quaint and beautiful.
We had a wonderful experience. The cabin was well-made and outfitted. Overall, a great place!
Quite, cozy, clean and well designed cabin!
My husband and I spent 2 nights here. The cabin had everything that we needed. Beautiful designed! Great attention to details. Perfect place for relaxing and enjoying nature in a comfortable place!
Hiking & mountain fishing in the beautiful Crazy & Bridger Mountains, blue ribbon fishing along the Shields & Yellowstone rivers, downhill and cross country skiing, Frisbee golf, catch a local rodeo, see museums and art galleries, dine in small town cafes or finer dining in Livingston or Bozeman. See Yellowstone Park just 90 minutes away!