Montana Accommodation June 02, 2017
9 Little Known Inns In Montana That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay
Living in a vast state like Montana means you often require overnight accommodations while you’re exploring our beautiful places. And while some of our famous hotels, like the C’mon Inn, Bozeman’s Baxter Hotel and the Grand Union in Fort Benton, are always amazing, we’ve also got quite a few little known inns that are equally as wonderful.
Veer off the beaten path during your Montana travels and rest your head at one of these spots.
1. Outlook Inn Bed and Breakfast, 175 Boon Rd., Somers
Located in the quiet, tiny town of Somers on the north end of Flathead Lake, the Outlook Inn is an underrated gem. All five rooms here (which are themed, by the way) boast a beautiful view of the lake, and the property is totally peaceful.
2. Boothill Inn & Suites, 242 E Airport Rd., Billings
Locally owned and loved, the Boothill Inn provides clean, comfortable stays for weary travelers. Not only is the building located near some of Billings' top attractions, like the rimrocks and the historic Boothill Cemetery, their room rates include a free hot breakfast every morning and fresh cookies every evening.
3. Goldsmith's Inn, 803 E Front St., Missoula
This historic three-story brick home was built in 1911 as the University of Montana president’s house. Today's it's a charming bed and breakfast that sits right on the river and is owned by the friendly Goldsmith family.
4. Sanders B&B, 328 N Ewing St., Helena
The Sanders was built in 1875, before Montana even became a state. It has been beautifully preserved and restored, and staying there is a pleasure.
5. Horton House Bed & Breakfast, 1918 Main St,., Miles City
Spending a night here means enjoying a restful evening in a historically themed suite and waking up to the smell of a delicious breakfast cooking.
6. The Great Falls Inn by Riversage, 1400 28th St S., Great Falls
This cozy inn is cozy, comfortable and affordable. It has all the amenities you need (like free breakfast) and it has a great location in town.
7. The Crossings, 1807 Lost Creek Rd., Billings
Locals love to rent The Crossings for weddings and other special occasions. But if you're just spending a night or two in Billings, it's an amazing place to stay, offering all the amenities of a bed and breakfast, and it's located near the Yellowstone River.
8. The Miner's Boutique Hotel, 53 W Park St., Butte
Did you know that Butte has a charming historic hotel that's listed on the National Registry of Historic Places? This place once held lots of long-term lodgers, including both declared bootlegger Henry Allexis and a government Prohibition agent. Only in Montana...
9. Voss Inn Bed and Breakfast, 319 S Willson Ave., Bozeman
The Voss Inn was Montana's first bed and breakfast, and many years after its opening, it's still going strong. When you stay here, you can relax in your cozy surroundings and enjoy Victorian charm with modern amenities (and a delicious daily breakfast).
Montana has so many amazing and unique places to stay.
Check out this list before you book your next staycation.