The perfect couples’ retreat.
In the 1870s 'Yankee Jim' built a toll road leading to Yellowstone National Park. In the 1880s, the Northern Pacific Railroad completed a rail line that competed with Yankee Jim's route, and eventually forced him out of business. This historic cabin, artfully restored, is along this route.
Just 17 miles north of Yellowstone, it offers a taste of a bygone era and great proximity to the treasures of south west Montana. Expertly landscaped, this property allows you privacy without the inconvenience of a remote location. Perfect for singles or a couple who value character, history and authenticity in their choice of lodging. This is truly a one of a kind property.
Studio layout- separate room for bathroom and laundry area
Full bathroom with vanity, shower, toilet, stackable washer and dryer
Surrounded by rock garden
Front porch with mountain view
Fully stocked kitchen
Moveable kitchen table for dining or projects
Flat screen TV with DVD player
April 1- November 15
$1,625/week *Plus a 7% MT Bed tax and $75 cleaning fee
November 15-March 31
“This cabin was amazing! Has everything you need in amenities and makes you feel like you should when visiting Wyoming or Montana. We would definitely stay here again!"
— Megan, June 2017
Cute and Clean Cabin
“Very clean and cute cabin. Tanya was very quick and easy to communicate with Check-in and out were very easy."
— Julia, June 2017
Secluded and Relaxing Cabin!
“This places is spectacular! The seclusion and being devoid from electronics was weird at first and than became perfect for us NYC city people to slow down. No TV excepted attached to a DVD player. Forget cellphones (ATT no, Sprint - barely works) and no wifi. We sat out at night and stargazed. You can see everything up there as you're far away from town. The decoration and attention to detail made this little cottage have such a special feel to it. Tanya is an effective communicator and leaves a book in the cottage that has all the good things to see and do. Definitely take a day off from Yellowstone and do some white water rafting. Safe for kids as nothing more than a class III. Thank you!
— Philip, July 2017