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Recent Livingston reviews

  • Double T (Time Together) River Ranch Lives up To Its Name!

    "My extended family of 28 people, from our 87 year old mom to her 3 month old great grandson, spent an unforgettable week at the Double T River Ranch in mid-July and it was better than any of us could have imagined. The pictures are accurate but don't really do justice to this wonderful place and the warmth and welcome-ness you feel the minute you step out of your car and are greeted by Addie. We gathered everyday at and around the remarkably restored barn for food, games, socializing and just plain hanging out together. We swam in the refreshing pond, played soccer games on the expansive green lawns, competed in fierce volleyball and bocce ball matches and hit endless golf balls onto the turf green. We fished in the Shields river and caught, rainbow, brown and cut throat trout. The main house, guest house and barn are beautifully restored by Mitch. If you pay attention to detail then look closely and you will like what you see. Bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and living areas are all very well constructed and furnished. The 2 cabins by the river are not run-of-the-mill log kits, they are high end and also finished with gorgeous reclaimed wood flooring and beautiful details. There are lawns and landscaping around the cabins situated just above the banks of the river. We watched a pair of bald eagles (and they watched us!) every evening as they perched in trees on the hillside across the river. Awesome. We did a day trip to Yellowstone, floated the Madison river and hiked up Sacajawea Peak, all easy drives from Clyde Park. But most of the time we stayed on the ranch. Oh there were plenty of trips into town, the purveyors of Clyde Park Tavern, Antlers Bar and Glenn's Market all got to know us. Everyone was welcoming, friendly and willing to trade stories with us. We did the majority of our food shopping at Glenn's market and found fresh meat, a good selection of fresh vegetables and pretty much all the staple items that we needed. it is located less than a mile from the Double T so steer clear of Costco if you are coming through Bozeman! Also, the kitchen in the barn is of restaurant quality and we used the heck out of it. It included everything we needed to fix meals for all 28 of us. Jeff stopped by most days and took care of whatever we needed. He even gave us a tour of the historic grain elevators. The trip really could not have been better, it felt like a once in a lifetime vacation. But we certainly hope to return soon!"
    Guest: John Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 7, 2016
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  • A beautiful home in a peaceful and picturesque setting

    "The rental house was in a peaceful and private setting with panoramic views. We watched the sunset every evening on the front porch. The house was beautiful with numerous amenities. We would enjoy renting this home in the future!"
    Guest: Diane & Tom H. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 11, 2016
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  • Very, very nice ...we loved it

    "We really enjoyed our Yellowstone experience - the log cabin is really the Best in Paradise Valley... it was so relaxing and a great place to use as a base camp for our holiday.....we loved it. It was very a special way to celebrate my 70th birthday and our 45th wedding anniversary...staying in a log cabin made it even more special. Thank you , we appreciated it very much.... bill & phyllis"
    Guest: Bill and Phyllis Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 24, 2016
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  • Great house in town! Convenient to everything!

    "We had a great stay at "The Who House" Gabriella was a terrific host and very understanding with our crazy family! Comfortable beds, awesome tv/sound system and a well appointed kitchen made for a nice place to wake up in and to return to each night. We were in town for a family wedding and our week was booked with events. Yellowstone was a short, scenic drive. Fishing mountain streams was easy ( Yellowstone river was muddied up due to recent rains) and successful. The town of Livingston is quite walkable and the locals are friendly and helpful. We had a wonderful time that was made more enjoyable by Gabriella and "The Who House" accommodations."
    Guest: scott o. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 11, 2016
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