Feedback
Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park Glacier National Park Whitefish Lake Area West Glacier Missoula Kalispell Flathead Lake Columbia Falls Bitterroot Valley All Glacier Country Cities Glacier Country West Yellowstone Red Lodge Paradise Valley Livingston Gardiner Bozeman Big Sky All Yellowstone Country Cities Yellowstone Country Yellowstone Country Missouri River Country Russell Country Custer Country Gold West Country Idaho Wyoming South Dakota North Dakota Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia

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

  • Loved the Mini-Moose Cabin!

    "We so enjoyed our stay. The cabin is a very short drive from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. It is well appointed with a very nice kitchen, lovely living area, and comfortable bedroom and bathroom. There are hiking trails right outside the door, although bear spray is recommended. The town of West Yellowstone has an interesting museum, IMAX theatre, shops and two grocery stores. If coming from Bozeman, recommend shopping there due to better prices. We did a day trip to Craters of the Moon National Monument. Well recommended! A bit of a drive but so interesting. I would stay here again."
    Guest: Jennifer D. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 18, 2016
    View listing
  • Yellowstone Trip

    "My husband, me and three friends stayed at this vacation home while we were vacationing at Yellowstone NP. Before our trip, we all thought we can escape Texas heat, enjoy the Montana cool breeze, but unfortunately Mother Nature did not spare us. Luckily this house has the A/C to cool us down while we're at night. Besides visiting Yellowstone NP, we also explored Chico Hot Spring just about 10 minutes away from our vacation rental. Overall we enjoyed our stay, the only minor issue is one of the bed room with twin beds, the A/C is not working properly, makes the room so hot but next room is freezing cold. Thank you Kathy !"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 10, 2016
    View listing
  • Perfect condo

    "Wonderful condo. Views of mountain. Lovely lodge below. Spacious. Could not have asked for more. We will be back!"
    Guest: Ginger Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 26, 2016
    View listing
  • Buster want's to fish

    "Imagine going to nearby Virginia City, and thinking you wish you could stay at a place that takes you back to that time - with a few modern creatre comforts, like screens on the windows, really (and I've got a picky back) comfortable beds, plumbing, showers, electricity and a functioning equipped kitchen. Throw in a world famous trout stream, a family of deer or a moose as neighbors, and an alarm clock that moonlights (yes, actually - not a pun) as a great-horned owl who aswered our hoots from the porch with our morning coffee. Make no mistake, it's not the Ritz - it's Montana. No crowded campground of noisy nosey neighbors - want music - bring your guitar or your CDs, or browse the house collection. And if you want the Ritz, Google the location you desire - it isn't Montana. Personally, I thought the conversation of brothers and long - lost friends with background of wind through aspens and willows and the occasional splash of an alarmingly big fish in the Big Hole River was more than enough, but a guitar and harmonica around the fire pit would have been nice if that's your thing. We came to fish - and to visit each other. Plenty of space and opportunities for both. A reunion of brothers and friends - who share a love for the Montana outdoors and the culture of the West. In spite of closures on the Big Hole, 2 of the 3 fishermen in the group filled a Montana Grand Slam of a brook trout, brown trout, cutthroat and rainbow trout - in 5 days on the waters of the opean sections of the Big Hole and nearby waters. But that was part of the story - not the grand slams or the over 200 fish we caught in those 5 days, or the infinite number of subjects for the photographer in our group, or the countless trails for the hiker among us. As someone who lived in Montana for 4 years while in college longer ago than I care to admit (I'm a fisherman - so I lie - I'm proud to have survived as long as I have), and whose great-grandfather came through the mountains and deserts of the West and through this part of the country as a teenager - This place screams MONTANA! to anyone willing to listen."
    Guest: Drag-free Drift Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 21, 2016
    View listing
Sponsored Advertisement