Cozy Up in One of Our Favorite Bed and Breakfasts!
Staying in a Bed and Breakfast is a lovely option for peaceful retreats or romantic getaways. It’s a home away from home, well-appointed, with exceptional hospitality and a delicious breakfast to send you on your way. Most have comfortable living and dining rooms, perfect for reading, board games, or good conversation. And they are generally located in the heart of neighborhoods, giving guests the feeling of living like a local.
B&Bs are generally more intimate and quieter, with personalized service. Owners are usually on-site and an excellent resource for area activities or dining suggestions. Plus, most B&Bs have a limited number of rooms, making it an ideal location for meeting other guests.
Montana’s Yellowstone Country has several fine B&Bs, with styles ranging from the Victorian era to cabins in the woods. We’ve picked a few of our favorites, but you can’t go wrong with any of the choices.
This custom-designed home was built specifically as a bed and breakfast, with lovely bedrooms, private bathrooms, and two porches to enjoy. There are several spaces for guests to enjoy socializing, working, reading, or relaxing in this adult-only respite. Guests rave about the creative breakfasts, including Cedar Plank Salmon, Pad Thai Spring Rolls, and Maple Bourbon Baguette French Toast. If you’re visiting in the winter, check out their fully guided winter ski package.
Nestled on 42 acres in Bridger Canyon, just outside Bozeman, Howler’s Inn is one of the more unique B&Bs in the area. A sanctuary for wolves who were captive-born and unable to survive in the wild, guests can spend time observing the packs and going to sleep to their howls. In addition, they have a sauna, pool table, home theater, and fitness center. Travel and Leisure call it “the best lodging in Bozeman.”
Founded in 1890, The Grand is as popular today as it was back in the day. The rooms have Victorian décor with fabulous antiques. Their formal dining room has a delicious menu featuring locally raised beef and lamb and an exceptional Sunday brunch. Or, enjoy more relaxed dining in their saloon, which is always fun!
This beautiful and stately home built in 1910 is conveniently located within walking distance of restaurants, shopping, and the theatre. While the house has a historical feel, they have added modern comforts such as spa tubs in the private bathrooms and individual gas fireplaces in the rooms. Enjoy a full gourmet breakfast or a bowl of fruit with one of their fresh baked goods for a lighter fare. Larger groups can rent the house in its entirety.
Located in Gardiner, the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, Gardiner Guest House is an excellent option for those exploring the Park. The road from Mammoth Hot Springs to Cooke City remains open to vehicles throughout the winter and is ideal for wildlife watching since most of the wolf packs live in the Lamar Valley. The dining and sitting areas are warm and inviting, and during the summer, you can enjoy a lovely covered porch and perennial gardens.
Just 4.5 miles from the West entrance to Yellowstone, West Yellowstone Bed and Breakfast is tucked up in the lodgepole pines of the Gallatin National Forest. Enjoy abundant wildlife watching, log rooms with private entrances and bathrooms, and lush gardens with a fountain and pergola during the summer. They offer several breakfast selections that can be ordered for whatever time you like and can be served in your room, the garden, or the new breakfast solarium.
Explore all of the Bed and Breakfasts in Montana’s Yellowstone Country!