Just two blocks from main street in downtown Bozeman, the Dahlia House is tucked away on Church Avenue, a quiet, tree-lined street in one of Bozeman’s oldest neighborhoods. Built in 1904, this historic home retains its vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows, hardwood floors, and antique finishings, while offering modern qualities such as grid-tied solar panels and core bonded insulation keeping it cool in the summer and cozy in winter.
The owner of the Dahlia House operates a small organic permaculture farm just north of town. This provides opportunities to have fresh flowers or vegetables delivered during your stay, as well as a visit to the farm!
When you’re ready to venture out, the pubs, eateries, and shops of downtown Bozeman are just around the corner. Montana State University is a five minute bike or drive or thirty minute walk away. (You’re welcome to borrow our bikes, Bozeman is a wonderful town to see on two wheels.) Our houseguests love the convenience of our location, and are also surprised at how quiet the neighborhood is, especially at night. Enjoy our peaceful and private backyard. If you’re looking for outdoor adventure and breathtaking scenery, Bridger Canyon is ten miles north of the Dahlia House, offering beautiful hikes, famous wildflowers, and our local ski resort, Bridger Bowl.
The Dahlia house has 2 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, a warm living room with a beautiful stone fireplace, and is fully equipped with a modern kitchen. The main bedroom is on the first floor with a dreamy king size bed. The second bedroom, with full-size futon bed and another full-size bed, is accessed through the main bedroom, perfect for children or infants.
The living room has a sofa, large windows with wonderful light, working fireplace, and hardwood floors and steel bar. Open to the living room, our sunny kitchen features concrete countertops, modern gas stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, and stainless steel cookware.
The quaint backyard is the perfect place to relax, eat meals, and hang out after a day exploring downtown or the mountains. It’s fully fenced with lawn, trees, deck, barbecue, picnic table.
Other amenities at the Dahlia House include a front porch where we usually keep our bikes, on-demand hot water heater that never runs out, washer, dryer, pantry, ast wifi, and oversized garage for parking and gear storage.
Pets are permitted with a $50 fee per pet and agreement to our pet rules.