Montana April 16, 2019
You Can Spend The Night In An 1880s Jailhouse In Montana
We’ve got some pretty impressive places to stay here in Montana, but none of them are quite as out-of-the-ordinary as this. In the delightful little mining town of Anaconda, you can spend the night in an old jailhouse from the 1800s. Luckily, it’s a lot more comfortable than it sounds.
This extremely unique little jailhouse-turned-cabin is available for rent on Airbnb.
The rental is part of a small abandoned town from the 1800s that the hosts have converted into vacation rentals (which is absolutely genius).
Each of the two cells has its own bathroom and a double bed, one of which has a twin bed on top.
But you'll have to hire your own prison guard.
This looks pretty authentic, and it is -- but don't expect a true jailhouse experience here.
The beds are cozy and comfortable with crisp, clean linens, , and despite the bars, the room feels warm and welcoming.
During your stay, you'll also have access to the saloon, which has a TV, a piano, and a dining hall.
There's not a full kitchen in the cabin, but you're more than welcoming to bring a cooler stocked with food and beverages.
The jailhouse is part of Pinon Springs Ranch, a ghost town come to life.
It's also a wildlife refuge, so you never know what might wander by on four legs during your stay.
This one-of-a-kind jailhouse is also a bed & breakfast, so you'll have a piping hot meal awaiting you each morning.
Not many prisoners can say the same.
Rates vary for this jailhouse stay, but the cost averages $150 per night.
The jailhouse can sleep five, so you can bring your while family of jailbirds.
Would you sleep in an
old jailhouse? Sometimes it’s fun to skip the standard hotel stay and enjoy a unique experience like one of these.