Located just three miles north of downtown Bozeman, Montana, Cherry Creek Guest House is an eclectic four bed, three bath home featuring a spaciously comfortable interior, incredible mountain views and beautiful yard with hot tub and fire pit. With a view to the East Gallatin River and Bridger range of the Rocky Mountains, you will feel as though you are in the Montana wilderness while abundant shopping, fine dining, recreation, and entertainment options are minutes away. Originally built in 1956 with a stunning renovation, this 3200 square foot home offers truly memorable lodging. From the artistic slate and Douglas fir timber flooring to the vaulted ceilings with reclaimed wood beams and expansive picture windows, this space is something everyone should experience. The home accommodates up to eight people with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The upper level is dedicated to the master suite with two exterior decks. This luxurious suite features incredible tile floors, a lavish en-suite bathroom, comfy king bed, and walk-in closet. The main level includes two queen bedrooms and two bathrooms. Off the sunken entertainment room is a fourth bedroom with a king bed. The home boasts a cozy sitting area by the gas fireplace and a sunken entertainment room with incredible views. The retro kitchen is fully stocked with everything needed for vacation cooking. A washer and dryer are provided. The dining room table will seat eight comfortably and there is ample outdoor seating near the gas barbecue grill. A little piece of history – In 1806, William Clark and Sacajawea passed by this property via the East Gallatin River when returning to St. Louis after their journey through the rugged west. They rejoined Meriwether Lewis at the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers.