Welcome to the Hohnstead! Enjoy effortless star gazing without even lifting your head from the comforts of your own bed. This unique double see-through A-frame design allows for unparalleled views of nature and wildlife and is PET FRIENDLY! Romantic private dining awaits you on your elevated deck, overlooking acres and acres of untouched mountain forest. Feel secluded and relaxed in an outdoor hot tub, while sipping on a glass of a refreshing beverage. Pet fee =$25 for entire stay
“Wow! Words can not describe what a perfect weekend we had once we arrived at Alla and Garrett’s bnb. We were met by Donna and Jeff, the parents of these two. They were so fun and welcoming, they made us feel right at home! I could go on for days about how wonderful they were! The land and the blind bnb were out of this world. All and all very simple. We had been camping for the last 8 days so arriving at the blind was the perfect in between! The space is well built and stunning. You feel like you are camping but I’d definitely call it glamping! We were fortunate to be the only ones there mid week so we got to sit in the hot tub under the stars all night! It was MAGICAL! If you are laid back, love Mother Nature, amazing people, sleeping under the stars than this is the spot for you! If you are high maintenance and need full amenities than you should pick a hotel! Bathroom is shared with other bnbs. But everything feels very private! We will be back many more times. This is a true slice of mountain paradise!”
Welcome to this quaint rustic cabin located in a small hamlet in southern Hall. The cabin sleeps 6 comfortably, and was built by homesteader Carl Cassidy in the early 80's. His skillful primitive aesthetic and use of recycled materials gives the cabin a feeling it was built in the 1880's. The cabin has recently been remodeled from basement to roof: new electrical, plumbing, flooring, kitchen, bathroom, and appliances. A spacious 280sqft covered porch was added onto the back of the cabin.
“Great host. Beautiful location. Cabin was sparkling clean and the interior touches were to die for. Self parking is right at the front door. Nice patio on the rear and a campfire ring in the front. Beds were really confortable and Bob provides extra blankets if needed. Cabin has both ac/heat both up and downstairs and an additional electric heater in the bathroom and in the living room for those cold nights. This cabin has everything you need from the kitchen to the pots and pans to the tv. The host paid good attention to details and me and my family were not disappointed. We stayed for an entire week and did about 1500 miles of driving exploring the entire southwest of Montana. Bob gives great advice and tips of locations to explore and lives right on the property if any issues arise. One day we hope to stay at this location again because there is just so much to see and do around it's location. This was definitely one of the best airbnb locations that my family and I have stayed in to date.”
Enjoy great views from this airy well equipped freestanding cottage minutes from I 90 in the heart of elk hunting country. Hunters welcome - just 2.5 miles from Spotted Dog! This cottage boasts a comfortable queen size bed and an additional twin bed in an alcove. Modern bath. Electric heat, refrigerator, cooktop, microwave and coffeemaker. Linens and towels provided - just bring your toothbrush. Free wifi. Pets welcome for an additional fee per night. Owner lives on site.
“I arrived at night and woke up to a beautiful sunny scene of horses and mountains. I was very impressed with how clean the place was, and I appreciated the small touches here and there. Everything was very easy and functional to use. The two-burner stovetop, the fridge, the shower, everything was sparkling clean and looked brand new. There's not a conventional oven, but they do provide a toaster oven and microwave. The kitchen knives were exceptionally sharp, which I was really happy about because I cooked every meal. I loved how many soft blankets there were too. The space heater and the draft stopper on the door made it nice and cozy even when it was windy outside. No dogs came by, but there was an adorable and vocal cat that kept me company on the porch. Hardly any human interaction, made possible by the keypad entry upon arrival, which was perfect- I went here for solitude and expansiveness, and I definitely got that. Very quiet and serene. The Arrowstone park was my favorite place to go nearby for pretty views- I saw a beaver in Beaver Pond, weirdly also a house cat in the middle of the park, and on the way there, plenty of baby cows and horses. Unfortunately the closest lakes are blocked by the prison entrance (I thought the prison had shut down, but it actually moved a little ways out of town). I ended up going to Spring Meadow Lake State Park, an artificial lake in Helena. That was a great day trip about 45 minutes out. Strung up the hammock and had a picnic; watched people catch a few fish. On my way back met a very nice biker at the HWY 12 water spring on MacDonald Pass. Cool and friendly town.”