Rustic Cabin Retreat Nestled by Cedar Trees near Troy, MontanaTroy, Montana (United States)
Rustic Cabin Retreat Nestled by Cedar Trees near Troy, Montana
This rustic cabin retreat is surrounded by cedar trees near Troy, Montana, and can accommodate up to four guests. The cabin features a loft area with one full-size bed and one queen-size bed, both of which are appointed with cozy linens and extra blankets. The cabin has an ensuite bathroom with a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Towels, bathrobes, toiletries, and a hairdryer are kindly provided by the host.
For indoor entertainment, guests will have complimentary Wi-Fi, a Bluetooth speaker for music, a vinyl record player, and a flat-screen TV with a VCR and a selection of movies. The kitchen is equipped with cooking utensils, a two-burner hotplate, a microwave, a refrigerator, a toaster, and a toaster oven. Additionally, guests will have coffee and tea making facilities and basic cooking supplies such as salt and pepper, sugar, and butter.
Other amenities include heating, complimentary use of kayaks, plus access to a shared washer and dryer. Outside, guests will find a private fire pit with lounge chairs on a beach area, as well as a 16-foot communal yurt equipped with another fire pit, seating, and an additional barbecue grill.
Guests will be able to immerse themselves in the spectacular natural beauty of their surroundings while still enjoying access to modern amenities and conveniences. The property features direct access to the Kootenai River, and the host kindly provides kayaks for guests to use. There is also a horseshoe pit, disks for disk golf, and a cozy fire pit perfect for roasting s'mores and exchanging stories of the day's adventures.
Each accommodation has heating and air conditioning, either an ensuite bathroom or easy access to a shared bathroom and shower, access to a washer and dryer, and coffee making facilities. For meals, guests will have a private kitchen as well as a barbecue grill with picnic tables outside. Guests will also have access to an inviting communal yurt with seating where guests can meet other travelers and enjoy breathtaking views of the river.
- Sauna/Steam room
- Private Barbecue
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
A waiver must be signed before use of the kayak or canoe. This is a release of liability.
Pets may be welcome. Please inquire with the host prior to arrival.
A cleaning fee applies.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Troy, Montana (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
Positioned between two national forests and situated directly on the Kootenai River, guests will have a seemingly endless array of outdoor experiences to choose from during their stay at this wonderful property. The area is surrounded by the Cabinet Mountains and skirts the Percell Mountain range, which has peaks reaching over 8,000 feet. Guests can embark on one of many nature trails and hike their way to vistas offering awe-inspiring views of snow-capped peaks, stunning waterfalls, and picturesque valleys. For a more laidback activity, guest can enjoy a friendly round of disc golf together on Callahan Creek.
There are many majestic lakes and icy streams that provide excellent conditions for water sports and activities such as fishing, swimming, kayaking, floating, and canoeing. Mountain biking, horseback riding, or driving and motorcycling through the region's renowned scenic byways are also great ways to explore the landscape. During winter months, guests can head to the Turner Mountain Ski Area for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. Other must-see stops for nature lovers include Kootenai Falls Swinging Bridge as well as the Ross Creek Cedar Trail, which is home to towering Western red cedar trees up to 200 years old.