Montana September 13, 2019
You Can Sleep Inside The Historic Stone Schoolhouse In Montana
We have some wonderfully unique vacation rentals here in Montana – you can sleep in
a covered wagon on a farm or in a treehouse, for example. But nothing quite compares to the Historic Stone Schoolhouse, a century-old building that has been lovingly converted into a cabin. The space has everything you’ll need for a relaxing vacation (with no homework).
This one-of-a-kind guest home is located in Tom Miner Basin near the town of Emigrant, about 30 minutes from the North Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
Reaching the schoolhouse is no easy task - you'll have to drive about 5.5 miles up a dirt road, but it is a well-maintained route.
The original schoolhouse was built in 1900 and has been completely restored to host guests.
You'll find all the comforts of home here, including a full kitchen with a stove, refrigerator, and coffee maker.
The old schoolhouse can host four guests comfortably.
It has a full bedroom, two beds, and 1.5 bathrooms.
As you can see, some of the character - and details - from the original building remain.
This is one schoolhouse where you won't be reprimanded for falling asleep.
Best of all, this property is in an absolutely gorgeous part of Montana. You'll love waking up to these views.
Tom Miner Basin is an underrated area full of stunning scenery and wildlife.
Of course, no one would blame you if you wanted to hang out in your cozy cabin for most of your stay.
There's no TV or WiFi here, so you can enjoy a true escape from reality. Curl up by the fireplace and get lost in a great book with your favorite beverage by your side.
The Historic Stone Schoolhouse rents for $175 per night, which is a great deal if you split it with a few friends or bring your whole family.
And luckily, that's the only math you'll have to do while you're here!
You can rent this charming schoolhouse
on Airbnb. And check out these other unique places to stay in Montana.