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Recent Gold West Country reviews

  • Beautiful view, clean home, and spacious.

    "My family and I loved this place. It is clean and comfortable. The pictures do not do justice for this property. It was really nice and a lot more spacious than I thought. It also had a beautiful view and we liked how it was tucked away from neighbors. Lots of privacy. We are planning to stay at the same cabin in the future."
    Guest: Morgan H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 23, 2016
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  • Cozy cabin in great location

    "This cabin was so cozy and centrally located to great downhill and x-country skiing and hiking. Gretchen is absolutely wonderful; she is so accommodating and easy to get in touch with. I really enjoyed my stay and will be happy to visit again in the future."
    Guest: Ashley H. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 8, 2016
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  • Spectacular Cabin; Perfect Montana Scenery

    "This place is absolutely wonderful. I went in with high expectations, and my expectations were were exceeded. The cabin is well maintained, and the owners could not be more friendly. We enjoyed walking the property and fires down by the river. If you are looking to disconnect and relax, this is the place for you. I'll be back."
    Guest: Stuart A. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 8, 2016
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  • Buster wants 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 creature comforts, of course. It’s nice to have things 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 regular visitors or neighbors, and an alarm clock that moonlights (yes, actually - not a pun) as a great-horned owl who answered 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 in 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 "Hoot Owl" 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 open sections of the Big Hole and nearby waters. But that was part of the story - the whole story was more than 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. It has all the privacy you want, without the need to hike 5 miles off the road. It has just the right balance of comfort and rustic features for a really Western feel."
    Guest: Drag-free Drift Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 27, 2016
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