Authentic Barn Accommodation on a Working Farm Stay in Eureka, MontanaEureka, Montana (United States)
Authentic Barn Accommodation on a Working Farm Stay in Eureka, Montana
This authentic farm stay accommodation is located in a charming converted barn in Eureka, Montana, and can accommodate up to seven guests. There are two spacious bedrooms, and two full bathrooms. The master bedroom has a queen-size bed and a cozy seating area. The decor is rustic and traditional, with wood-carved furniture and Native American patterns. The second bedroom features three single beds and a queen-size bed, in the form of two sets of bunk beds, as well as more space to sit and relax. In the each of the clean and modern bathrooms, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and a walk-in shower. Freshly-laundered linens and towels are provided by the host, and a hairdryer is also available
Both bedrooms come with their own functional kitchenettes, which include a microwave, a coffeemaker, and a mini-fridge, along with pans, dishes, and utensils. Meals and drinks can be enjoyed at one of the two dining tables. Other amenities in the property include heating and Wi-Fi access.
Outside, there is a delightful south-facing balcony leading off of the second bedroom. This is the perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee, while taking in the lovely rural views. Glampers will adore the wide, open space on the ranch, and will find a lush pasture next to the barn, with its own fire pit.
There are some great facilities on offer here. Those traveling by car will find plenty of free parking available on the premises. Outside, there is a lovely south-facing balcony, and a grassy lawn, featuring a fire pit. Also included on the property is a gazebo, with a hammock. There are three large pastures in which guests' horses can be accommodated.
Inside, the property is heated throughout. Glampers who need to stay connected can take advantage of free Wi-Fi access. This accommodation has the added benefit of being dog-friendly. Guests who wish to bring their dogs should inquire with the host before traveling. An additional fee may apply.
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Within 1 day
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Check-in: 10:00 AM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the property.
Guests should be aware that horses live on the property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Eureka, Montana (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
There are many outdoor activities for guests to enjoy close to the property. During the summer months, Lake Koocanusa is a haven for water-based pursuits. Glampers can rent affordable equipment for kayaking, paddle boarding, water skiing, and tubing from the Abeyance Bay Marina. Boat hire and boat launch facilities are available for those who wish to go fishing. The lake has a wide variety of catches, including trout, salmon, and whitefish. For winter fun, the Whitefish Mountain Resort is only an hour from the property. Here, there are opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, and sledding. Closer to the property, the Tobacco Valley offers plenty of trails for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. All year round, guests can enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding, on the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail System, which encompasses mountains, streams, and lakes. Excellent rock climbing is available at nearby Stone Hill, which has climbs of varying difficulties. The rock is quartzite and the routes are generally very safe.
As well as its outdoor adventures, Eureka also offers its own brewery, some great restaurants, a charming main street, and two golf courses. Visitors to the town should not miss the chance to see the Tobacco Valley Historical Village, with its collection of buildings and artifacts from the local area. This fascinating attraction is maintained by volunteers, and includes a general store, a schoolhouse, a church, and more. All of the buildings and artifacts date from between 1880 (when the town was founded) and 1920.