Montana January 11, 2019
9 Spots To Vacation Like A Movie Star In Montana Without Breaking The Bank
If social media posts are any indication, vacationing like a celebrity is pretty great, although not exactly realistic for most of us. Some celebs even have the good sense to vacation in Montana, although they usually opt for the high-end resorts. The good news is, it’s entirely possible to have a totally unique movie star getaway here in the Treasure State without spending a fortune.
These local vacation rentals are creative, luxurious, and while they aren’t exactly cheap, you won’t have to take out a second mortgage or shoot a blockbuster film to afford them.
1. This rustic-elegant guesthouse in Livingston.
This gorgeous 2-bedroom home features reclaimed wood, black iron, and steel accents, giving it a rustic but refined look. Aside from the well-stocked kitchen, spa-like bathroom, WiFi, SmartTV and cozy queen beds, you'll find an outdoor jetted soaking tub and a garden outside. The property sits facing a creek and the entire home rents for just $145 per night on Airbnb.
2. This treetop townhouse in Whitefish.
You'll feel every bit the A-lister on this incredible property, which is located near Whitefish Mountain Resort in a 52-acre forest called Ptarmigan Village. The home has 3 bedrooms and can comfortably host up to 6 guests, plus WiFi, a pool and hot tub, an indoor fireplace, and pretty much anything you can dream of. You can rent it
for $165-$235 per night, depending on the season.
3. An amazing little lodge in Kalispell with a hot tub 5 feet from the front door.
This romantic studio makes the perfect romantic getaway for a couple who truly appreciates nature (or a set of best friends who need a break from reality). The studio is quaint but cozy, with a queen bed, an extra floor mattress, WiFi, TV, and a coffee maker, microwave, and mini-fridge. But you won't want to spend much time inside — the unparalleled views are amazing. You can enjoy them from the hot tub or the patio, which has a fire pit. And if you're adventurous enough, there are two free onsite kayaks you can use. You can rent this place for $129 or less
4. This massive cabin in Columbia Falls.
This sprawling cabin sits just minutes from Glacier National Park and all the world-class skiing at Whitefish. It can sleep up to 11 and has a massive collection of DVDs and Blu Ray, plus DirectTV and HBO, for any evenings you'd rather be inside. But you'll definitely want to take a break to step out under the stars. Rent the cabin for under $200 per night
5. An unbelievable lodge in Hamilton (yes, the whole thing).
This jaw-dropping property will host your entire family reunion. It offers 6 bedrooms and 12 beds, 4,5 bathrooms, and two of the best master bathrooms you'll ever see (good luck choosing between a shower and a bath here). The secluded property has a massive kitchen and all the comforts of home. Rates vary but split 8-12 ways, you'll be paying half the price of a hotel room. Book on
6. A luxury treehouse near Glacier National Park.
Sleeping in a treehouse doesn't always mean roughing it. Not only was this one featured on The Treehouse Guys on DIY Network, but it also happens to have everything you need for a relaxing weekend with 2-4 people. This unique experience costs $399 per night, but to be able to say you've showered and cooked a full meal from inside a treehouse is priceless.
7. A ski-in, ski-out lodge in Big Sky.
Don't be too distracted by the breathtaking views to notice the ornate details inside this spacious lodge. The 2,148-square-foot lodge has 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a private hot tub, an enviable kitchen, and everything you'll need for the perfect stay. See more impressive photos
8. This amazing guesthouse minutes from Bozeman.
Imagine soaking in this jetted tub with views of the stars after a long day. This 4-bedroom, 3-bath home is a dream come true. With an outdoor hot tub that offers incredible mountain views and all the amenities you'll find indoors, you won't want to leave. Rent this home for up to 7 of your friends for around $373 per night
9. Your own private spa getaway in Missoula.
Why spend a fortune at a fancy spa when you can rent this entire 1-bedroom apartment for around $80 per night? This place has it all: An amazing clawfoot bubbler bathtub, heated floors, a steam shower, a dry sauna, and a zen fireplace. It also has a full kitchen and the coziest queen bed ever. Treat yourself
Do you prefer these unique accommodations to traditional hotel stays? If so,
check out this list of one-of-a-kind spots.