Charming Cabin Rental with a Hot Tub near Montana's Missouri RiverTownsend, Montana (United States)
Charming Cabin Rental with a Hot Tub near Montana's Missouri River
This cozy and charming cabin rental is located near the banks of the Missouri River in Townsend, Montana. It is an hour away from Bozeman, and a few hours away from both Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park. The cabin can accommodate up to 14 guests, making it a perfect alpine retreat for families and large groups. The rental comes with a wide array of sleeping arrangements to accommodate all guests comfortably, including two king-size beds (in the loft and master bedroom respectively), two queen-size beds (one in the single room and one in the family suite), and two twin beds in the family suite along with two bunks in the cowboy room. Linens and towels are kindly provided by the hosts.
Guests can relax in the living room after a day spent hiking through Yellowstone, skiing down the Rockies, or canoeing along the Missouri River. They can unwind on the couch and watch a DVD on the TV as a warm fire blazes in the fireplace as firewood is also provided. The living room opens up to an open-concept kitchen and dining area. The fully-equipped kitchen contains a fridge with a freezer, a stove and oven, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a toaster. For the mornings, guests can use the coffeemaker, tea kettle, or waffle maker. The dining table can seat up to 10 guests. Other amenities include heating, satellite TV, Wi-Fi, a stereo, and a washer and dryer. The pool table is a great spot for some evening entertainment after a day of adventures.
On the downstairs patio, guests can grill a delicious dinner on the barbecue and dine al fresco, or just sit on one of the nice patio chairs and admire the breathtaking views of the evergreen forest and snow-capped peaks. They can even soak in the private hot tub off the master suite as the sun sets behind the mountains. In the evening, couples can take long walks on the nature trails through the evergreens or along the riverbanks of Duck Creek.
The cabin's back deck features a private hot tub and a dining area with a BBQ grill. The cabin is surrounded by a beautiful landscaped garden and the Duck Creek River. It is near a picnic area and a couple of nature trails.
Inside, there is a spacious living room with a fully-equipped kitchen and a dining area. Guests can spend their evenings playing pool in the games room, relaxing on the deck admiring the views, or watching a movie in the living room while cozying up by the stone-clad fireplace.
Parking is also available.
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Pets are not allowed.
There is a minimum stay of three nights.
The cabin is family-friendly. It is also suitable for couples and solo travelers.
Rates vary by season. Additional taxes and cleaning fees may apply.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Townsend, Montana (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Hot springs
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
- Jeep tours
- Feeding animals
The cabin is tucked in the Big Belt Mountains of western Montana. Water sports fans will have easy access to the whitewater banks for canoeing, kayaking, and rafting. Additionally, guests can venture into the nearby forest for walks, hikes, and photography. They can also watch birds like eagles and hawks, or view wildlife like moose, black bears, and bighorn sheep. The forest and valleys surrounding the cabin are excellent natural retreats for yoga and meditation. Guests can go climbing, rappelling, and caving in the Big Belt Mountains overlooking the getaway.
Guests can drive over Duck Creek Pass and see the Shepherd's Rock, fish in the mountain lake, or drive all the way over and visit White Sulphur Springs. This drive has breathtaking views of the valleys on both sides of the mountain range.
In Townsend, guests can shop, eat delicious meals at local restaurants, hop between bars, or tour historic sites like old farms and log cabins. The nearby town of Helena has more shops and restaurants, as well as a few golf courses and ski resorts. There is a day spa where guests can treat themselves to massages, pedicures, and facials.
Guests can take day trips to Yellowstone National Park, one of the nation's most famous wilderness areas. Guests can hike, cycle, ride horses, or take photos along rolling plains and lush woodlands. They can view more wildlife like wolves, bison, bears, and elk. Guests can climb up the rugged Rocky Mountains, or ski and ride snowmobiles down the slopes in the wintertime. They can also go rappelling in dramatic canyons, rafting and kayaking down alpine whitewater rivers, or see the park's famous hot springs and geysers. There are a number of calm lakes and rivers where guests can fish, canoe, sail, and ride boats or paddle boards. To see more of the wilderness, guests can go on guided jeep tours, or bring their own 4x4 and ATVs.
Guests can spend the day in Bozeman, one of Montana's largest cities. Bozeman is known for its ski resorts, museums, and alpine trails for hiking and mountain biking. At Bridger Bowl Ski Area, guests can go downhill and cross-country skiing as well as snowboarding and snowmobiling. At Moonlight Basin, during the winter, guests can ski, snowshoe, snowboard, ice skate, and ride snow tubes. During the summer, guests can hike, ride horses or mountain bikes, play golf, learn archery, or head to Ulery's Lake for fishing, canoeing, and roasting marshmallows. In downtown Boseman, guests can shop, or dine at upscale restaurants with spectacular views of the Rockies. Families can see dinosaur fossils at Montana State University's Museum of the Rockies.