Accommodation July 17, 2016
You’ll Never Forget Your Stay In These 8 One Of A Kind Montana Cabins
Hotels are wonderful, and bed and breakfasts are amazing. But sometimes—especially in a state like Montana—nothing but a comfortable cabin stay will do. And some cabins, like these 8, offer a totally unique experience. Here are 8 Montana cabins worth checking out.
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1. Wilderness Spirit Cabins, Corvallis
Corvallis is nestled in between the Bitterroot Mountains and the Sapphire range, about 45 miles south of Missoula. The three Wilderness Spirit cabins offer all the comforts of home (like running water and mini kitchens), but they’re also designed to nudge you to enjoy nature. They all have an outdoor deck with furniture to encourage you to enjoy every sunset, and the charcoal grills and firepits allow you to spend as much time as possible outdoors. When you want to get away from it all but still enjoy a hot meal and a shower, this is your place.
2. The Cabin at the Bar W Guest Ranch, Whitefish
The Bar W Guest Ranch is an incredible place. Guests can ride horses, go fishing, go for a hike and do all sorts of other seasonal activities. For a slightly more intimate experience than the main lodge, book yourself a stay in the cabin. It’s divided into two suites, each with a full bedroom with lots of extra beds and a deck overlooking the surrounding forest. You can also rent the entire cabin, which would sleep up to 16, and get together in the common areas for an unforgettable party.
3. Black Bear Run, Bozeman
Want to wake up to a view of the Hyalite Creek, nestled among the quiet cottonwoods? Of course you do. The Black Bear Run studio cabin has two beds and enough room for four people, but it’s the perfect peaceful getaway for two (or one).
4. The R Lazy 4 Ranch Cabin, Miles City
This unique cabin was built by the property owners from timber gathered directly from the ranch properties. With two bedroom lofts as well as a bedroom on the main floor, it can host a weekend getaway for your whole family. The views from this cabin will remind you of just how beautiful Eastern Montana can be.
5. Swan Hill Lakefront Cabin, Polson
As if the idea of relaxing in a quiet cabin facing the stunning Flathead Lake isn’t appealing enough, you can rest assured you’ll be in good surroundings when you stay at Swan Hill. This bed and breakfast has a beautiful one bedroom cabin for rent with a full kitchen, a jacuzzi garden tub and a panoramic view of Big Sky Country. The porch swing is perfect for watching the sunrises, and you can watch the sun go down after enjoying dinners cooked on the electric grill.
6. Kootenai Angler Guest Cabins, Libby
If you enjoy fly fishing, you’ll love Dave Blackburn’s Kootenai Angler guided fishing trips. But no matter how you feel about fly fishing, you’ll love staying in one of the property cabins. The four cabins range from simple and rustic to large and sophisticated, and two of them have unbeatable river views.
7. A Surreal High Mountain Experience, West Yellowstone
This 400 square foot cabin gives you a “best of both worlds” kind of experience. You’ll be next to nature, catching views of deer, elk and other animals and birds, and you’ll fall asleep to the peaceful sounds of West Yellowstone. But you’ll do all of that from your cozy bed and your serene deck while enjoying all the comforts of home.
8. The Last Best Cabin, Paradise Valley
Even if you’ve spent your entire life in Montana, it’s still possible for its views to take your breath away. That’s certainly likely to happen if you stay at the Last Best Cabin, a peaceful getaway that’s close to both Chico Hot Springs and Yellowstone National Park. This 1,000 square foot cabin has a bedroom with a king-size bed, a loft with twin beds and a sleeper sofa, a fully equipped kitchen and amazing views.
Cabin stays are so relaxing. If you didn’t find your perfect choice on this list, check out 8 more unique cabin rentals in Montana.